# Totterman

## Eric Mikael Totterman, Tahtela FI

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20120248897 | POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS USING DISTRIBUTED CURRENT SENSING - A system includes a plurality of power conversion devices, for example, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) devices, having inputs coupled in common to a power input line and each including a control circuit configured to operate the power conversion device responsive to a current sense signal at a current sense input thereof. The system further includes a first current transformer having a primary winding inductively coupled to the power input line, a current sense line coupled in series with a secondary winding of the first current transformer and a plurality of second current transformers, each including a primary winding inductively coupled to the current sense line and including respective secondary windings coupled to respective ones of the current sense inputs. | 10-04-2012 |

## Jan Mikael Totterman, Rochester, NY US

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20090082680 | PERSONALIZED CARDIAC SAFETY RISK - A cardiac safety risk model for use in drug safety testing and/or pharmacological agent development is disclosed. The cardiac safety risk model has at least one baseline function based on at least one baseline biomarker. The cardiac safety risk model also has at least one follow-up function based on at least one follow-up biomarker. The cardiac safety risk model further has at least one overall function based on the at least one baseline function and the at least one follow-up function. A method of generating a cardiac safety risk model and a method of drug safety testing are also disclosed. | 03-26-2009 |

## Saara Totterman, Rochester, NY US

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20080200840 | Structural quantification of cartilage changes using statistical parametric mapping - The analysis of the focal changes in the morphology of a tissue such as cartilage is completed through statistical parametric mapping by first detecting the amount of thickness changes; followed by the point by point estimation of the variance in the thickness delta estimation. Once the change and the variance are estimated, the z-map is computed. The z-map is used to compute single change parameters. i.e: volume significant change, area of significant change, average thickness of the significant changes, and D values from the probability distributions. That can be used for treatment decisions. | 08-21-2008 |