Supplemental Vitae - Awards, Patents, Publications
Awards:
    2009, Research Development Grant: £180,000, East of England Development Authority
    Highly competitive award of funds for feasibility research, to CamStent Ltd for asessing the effectiveness
    of a proprietary coating that resists attachment of organisms implicated in Urinary Tract Infections.

    2007, “Proof of Concept” Development Grant: East Of England Development Authority
    Competitive award of funds for market analysis, to CamStent, LLC, for characterizing the coronary stent
    and urinary catheter sectors with 4D Biomedical Ltd, Cambridge, UK
          
    2006, Certificate of Distinction, Institute of Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK.
    Thesis: “Creating global business opportunities from investment arbitrage in intellectual property” created
    a valuation model for assessing corporate spin-outs to venture-funded startups.

    2006, First Runner-Up, European Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Paris, FR.

    2006, Winner, Cambridge University Entrepreneurs Business Competition, Cambridge, UK.
       Runner-up, Biotechnology Pitch Competition, London, UK
    Leader of team that secured rights to a proprietary ‘non-stick’ coating material created at the University of
    Sheffield with the potential to prevent restenosis in cardiac stents.
        
    2006, Finalist, i10 Business Plan Competition, Hertfordshire, UK
       Runner-up, Business Pitch Competition, London Eye, UK.
    Leader of a team creating a derivative business of CamStent around an improved urinary catheter.

    2006, Finalist, United Kingdom Research Council Business Plan Competition, London, UK
    Leader of a team creating a derivative business of CamStent around an antifouling marine coating.

    2006, Fellow, Cambridge Philosophical Society, Cambridge, UK.

    2005, First Runner-up, East Of England Business Plan Pitch Competition, Cambridge UK
        
    2004, Bakken Fellow, Medtronic Bakken Society. “For distinguished achievement in furthering the
    technical and scientific progress of Medtronic.”  Minneapolis, MN.
        
    2004, AIMBE Fellow. “For major innovations and contributions to the development of novel techniques for
    assessing and monitoring patients requiring resuscitative care”, Washington, DC.
        
    2003, Top Technical Contributor Award, Medtronic Inc, for outstanding contributions in clinical diagnostics
    research.
        
    2003, Quest Award “A novel sensor for providing feedback during CPR”. Medtronic Science and
    Technology Committee, Minneapolis, MN.
        
    2000, Quest Award, “An out-of-hospital device for measuring cerebral oxygen saturation”. Medtronic
    Science and Technology Committee, Minneapolis, MN.
        
    2000, Quest Award, “Selective non-invasive brain hypothermia for brain injury and stroke”. Medtronic
    Science and Technology Committee, Minneapolis, MN.
        
    1981, Young Investigator’s Award, “Fusional Responses to Peripheral Retinal Disparities”. Optical Society
    of America, Annual Meeting, Sarasota, FL.
        
    1977 to 1980, NIH Graduate Study Award, Northwestern University.


PATENTS
    Patent 6,171,256 (2001) Joo T, Hampton D, Schmitt P, Medema D, Niskanen R.  Method and apparatus
    for detecting a condition associated with acute cardiac ischemia.

    Patent 6,217,525 (2001) Medema D, Joo T, Schmitt P, Hampton D, Niskanen R.  Reduced lead set device
    and method for detecting acute cardiac ischemic conditions.

    Patent 6,440,082 (2002) Joo T, Hampton D, Taylor J, Stickney R. Method and apparatus for using heart
    sounds to determine the presence of a pulse.

    Patent 6,594,634 (2003) Hampton D, Briscoe K, Smith R.  Method and apparatus for reporting emergency
    incidents

    Patent 6,648,833 (2003) Hampton D, Krauss B.  Respiratory Analysis with Capnography
        
    Patent 7,308,304 (2007) Hampton D, Stickney R, Nova C, Edwards C, Jayne C, and Sullivan J.
    Cooperating defibrillators and external chest compression devices.

    Published Applications:
            Apparatus and methods for documenting myocardial ischemia                 
            Apparatus, software, and methods for cardiac pulse detection using accelerometer data
            Apparatus, software, and methods for cardiac pulse detection using a piezoelectric sensor
            Automated interpretive medical care system and methodology
            Cooperating defibrillators and external chest compression devices
            Defibrillators customized for anticipated patients
            Defibrillator with overridable CPR-first protocol
            Defibrillators capable of adapting to a concurrent therapy not performed by the defibrillator
            Defibrillators learning of other concurrent therapy
            Detection of acute myocardial infarction.
            External defibrillation and transcutaneous pacing device and methods for operating the device
            Integrated external chest compression and defibrillation devices and methods of operation
            Method and apparatus for interpreting capnographic data
            Method and apparatus for reporting emergency incidents
            Nonlinear analysis of capnography waveforms
            Personal alerting device for use with implanted diagnostic sensors.
            Pulse detection apparatus, software, and methods using patient physiological signals
            Pulse detection method and apparatus using patient impedance
            Respiratory analysis with capnography
            System and method for improved ischemia and acute myocardial infarction detection
            System and method for using diagnostic pulses in connection with defibrillation therapy
            System for diagnosis and alert initiated by patient symptoms


    
PUBLICATIONS:
    Walcott GP, Melnick SB, Killingsworth CR, Hampton DR, and Ideker RE (2009) Comparison of ‘Low-
    Energy’ versus ‘High-Energy’ Biphasic Defibrillation Shocks Following Prolonged Ventricular Fibrillation.  
    (in press)

    van Dam P, van Groeningen C, Houben RPM, and Hampton DR (2009) Improving sensing performance
    by optimizing implant location in ILR monitors. Journal of Electrocardiology 42(6): 580-3.

    Frendl D, Palmeri S, Clapp J, Hampton D, Sejersten M, Young D, Drew B, Farrell R, Innes J, Russell J,
    Rowlandson G, Purim-Shem-Tov Y, Underhill B, Zhou S, Wagner G and on behalf of the Prehospital 12-
    lead ECG Working Group (2009). Overcoming barriers to developing seamless ST-segment elevation
    myocardial infarction care systems in the United States: recommendations from a comprehensive
    Prehospital 12-lead Electrocardiogram Working Group. Journal of Electrocardiology 42(5): 426-431.

    Sejersten M, Sillesen M, Hansen PR, Nielsen SL, Nielsen H, Trautner S, Hampton DR, Wagner GS, and
    Clemmensen P (2007)  Marked reduction of treatment delay by pre-hospital teletransmission of the ECG
    to a cardiologist or immediate triage of patients with ST-segment elevation AMI to primary PCI.  Circulation
    (In Press)

    Clemmensen P, Sejersten M, Sillesen M, Hampton D, Wagner GS, and Loumann-Nielsen S. (2005)
    Diversion of ST-elevation myocardial infarction patients for primary angioplasty based on wireless
    prehospital 12-lead electrocardiographic transmission directly to the cardiologist's handheld computer: a
    progress report. J Electrocardiol, Oct 2005; 38(4 Suppl): 194-8.

    Krauss B, Deykin, A, Lam, A, Ryoo, J, Hampton, D, Schmitt, P, and Falk, J. (2005) Capnogram shape in
    obstructive lung disease  Anesthesia and Analgesia,100(3):884-8

    Macfarlane P, Browne D, Devine B, Clark E, Miller E, Seyal J, and Hampton D. (2004) Modification of
    ACC/ESC criteria for acute myocardial infarction.  J Electrocardiol 37 (S-2004): 98-103.

    Macfarlane P, Browne D, Devine B, Clark E, Miller E, Seyal J, Hampton D. (2004) Effect of Age and
    Gender on Diagnostic Accuracy of ECG Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction. Computers in
    Cardiology 2004. IEEE Press, Volume 31 (In press).

    Atkinson E, Mikysa B, Conway J, Parker M, Christian K, Deshpande J, Knilans T, Smith J, Walker C,
    Stickney R, Hampton D, and Hazinski, M (2003) Specificity and Sensitivity of Automated External
    Defibrillator Rhythm Analysis in Infants and Children Ann Emerg Med 42(2), 185-196.

    Booker K, Drew B, Lux R, Johanson P, Krucoff M, Hampton D, Hubelbank M, Field D, Stadler R, and
    Mortara D  (2002)  Out of Hospital Ischemia Monitoring: State of the Art.  J Electrocardiol, 35 Suppl: 207-
    30.

    Hampton D. (2003) Prehospital ST-Segment Monitoring J Electrocardiol  35(S-2002), 220-223.

    Briscoe K, Friedman C, and Hampton D. (2001) Extraction Of Information From Emergency Medical
    Services Incident Narratives. in Medinfo 2001, Patel VL (ed.), IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp 1493.

    Hampton D, Briscoe K, and Smith R. (1998) Enhanced Methods for the Collection of On-Scene
    Information by Emergency Medical System Providers. Computers in Cardiology, 25, 221-224.

    Joo T, Schmitt P, Hampton D, Briscoe K, Valenzuela T and Clark, L. (1998) Enhanced Acute Myocardial
    Infarction Detection Algorithm Using Local and Global Signal Morphology.  Computers in Cardiology, 25,
    285-288.

    Valenzuela T, Judkins D, Clark L, Fritz, M, Hampton D, Spaite D, and Jarrell B. (1994) Relative risk of
    injury by Hispanic status in a southwestern metropolitan area.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 9, S52.

    Valenzuela T, Spaite D, Clark, L, and Hampton D. (1994) Survival of Hispanics after out-of-hospital
    cardiac arrest. Circulation, 90(4), 287.

    Valenzuela T, Hampton D, Keep M, Clark L, Finkel E, Spaite D, and Smith R (1993) Effect on treatment
    time of paramedic-acquired and transmitted 12-lead electrocardiograms (ECGs).  Circulation, 88(4), 17.

    Valenzuela T, Hampton D, Clark L, Finkel E, Geare E (1993) Gender differences in the diagnosis of
    acute, non-traumatic chest pain and thrombolytic treatment of acute myocardial infarction. Ann. Emerg.
    Med,  22(5),  933-934.

    Hampton D, Valenzuela T, Butman S, Lyster T, Clark L, Iseman T, Spaite D, Meislin H, and Olsufka M.
    (1992) Physician versus algorithm interpretation of electrocardiograms in prehospital diagnosis of acute
    myocardial infarction,  Ann. Emerg. Med, 21(5), 648-649.

    Hampton D. (1987) Evoked Potential Monitoring.  Medical Electronics, 18(1), 108-111.

    Hampton D. (1986) Expert systems in audiology:  The Cadwell Adviser.  Hearing Instruments, 37(11), 31-
    34.
      
    Hampton D.  (1984) Central auditory disorder evaluation.  Hearing Instruments, 35(8), 26-28.

    Hampton D. (1984) Evoked response audiometry:  New methods for determining hearing thresholds.  
    ACM-SIGBIO Newsletter, 6(4), 6-9.

    Hampton D. (1983) Evoked potential testing:The 40-Hertz technique. Hearing Journal 36, 12-15.

    Hampton D and Kertesz A. (1983) The extent of Panum's area and the human cortical magnification
    factor.  Perception, 12, 161-165.

    Hampton D and Kertesz A. (1983) Fusional vergence response to local peripheral stimulation.  J. Opt.
    Soc. Am, 73, 7-10.

    Kertesz A and Hampton D. (1983) The unreliability of subjective probe estimates of cyclofusional
    vergence performance.  Graef. Arch. Ophthalmol, 220, 100-101.

    Kertesz A, Hampton D, and Sabrin H. (1983). The unreliability of nonius line estimates of vertical fusional
    vergence performance.  Vision Research, 23, 295-297.

    Hampton D and Kertesz A. (1982) Human response to cyclofusional stimuli containing depth cues.  Am. J.
    Optom. Physiol. Optics, 59, 21-27.

    Hampton D and Kertesz A. (1981) Fusional response to local peripheral stimulation.  Invest. Ophthalmol.
    Vis. Sci, 22, Suppl, 104.

    Kertesz A and Hampton D. (1981) Fusional response to extrafoveal stimulation. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis.
    Sci, 21, 600-605.

    Hampton D and Kertesz A (1980) Cyclofusional responses to stereoptic stimuli. J.Opt.Soc.Am, 70, 1634.

    Kertesz A and Hampton D. (1980) Motor response to peripheral fusional disparities. Invest. Ophthalmol.
    Vis. Sci, 18, Suppl, 79.


PRESENTATIONS:
    Hampton D and Walker R (2009).  “New opportunities to improve out of hospital defibrillation success.”  
    6e Nationale Reanimatie Congres, Nieuwegein, the Netherlands.

    Hampton D and Stadler, R (2009).  “The medical device development process.” University of Applied
    Sciences, Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

    Hampton D and Houben R (2009). “Improving Sensing and Detection Performance in Subcutaneous
    Monitors”  International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, Panama City, FL.

    Winkel T, Hampton D, Flu W, Pietersma A, Schouten O, Oomen J, Verhagen H, and Poldermans D
    (2009). “The detection of new-onset atrial fibrillation in vascular surgery patients with a implantable
    continuous electrocardiography monitoring device.”  European Society for Cardiology, Barcelona, Spain.

    Musley S, Wesselink W, Splett V, Hampton D, and Warman E (2009).  “Subcutaneous Detection of Acute
    Myocardial Infarction”  Heart Rhythm Society, Boston, MA.

    Hampton D (2008).  “The use of wireless technology in telemonitoring, remote diagnostics and event
    alerting; impacts on implanted devices.” Invited speaker, Wireless Applications in Medicine, Computers in
    Cardiology, Bologna, Italy.

    Tsintzos S, Murthy A, and Hampton D (2008).  “Economic appraisal of a concept implantable monitoring
    system for early detection of acute STEMI.”  European Society for Cardiology, Munich, Germany.

    Winkel T, Pietersma A, van Dam P, Hampton D, and Poldermans D (2008) “The use of single lead bipolar
    electrode during vascular surgery for detection of cardiac arrhythmia and ischemia.” European Society for
    Cardiology, Munich, Germany.

    Wesselink W, Hampton D, Splett V, and Musley S (2008). “Subcutaneous AMI detection: Preliminary
    results.” Sensing Technology for Disease Management: Body Surface Networks 2008 Conference, Hong
    Kong, China.

    Boute W, Hampton D, and Wesselink W (2008). “Subcutaneous monitoring of acute myocardial infarction
    – Can We Save More Muscle?” 16th World Congress in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiac
    Techniques, Nice, France.

    Hampton D (2008). “Achieving the knowledge economy: Integrating technology, management and policy
    in graduate education.” The Cambridge-MIT Institute, Cambridge, UK.

    Hampton D and Song Z (2007). “Performance estimation of bipolar ECG-based AMI detection.”
    International Society of Electrocardiology Scientific Congress, Istanbul, Turkey.

    Macfarlane P, Hampton D, Clark E, Devine B, and Jayne C (2007). “Computer and cardiologist diagnosis
    of ST elevation myocardial infarction.” International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology
    Conference, Cancun, Mexico.

    Koster, R and Hampton, D (2005) “VF waveform characteristics predict defibrillation success” European
    Society of Cardiology, Scientific Conference, Stockholm.

    Hampton, D. (2005) “Minimizing Delays in the Treatment of ST-Elevated Myocardial Infarction”, Invited
    Lecture, North Hawaii Community Hospital, Lihue, HI.

    Hampton D, Schmitt P, Joo T, Walker R, Koster R, Callaway C, Sherman L, and Menegazzi J (2004)
    “Ventricular Fibrillation Waveform Characteristics Can Guide Therapy in Cardiac Arrest.”  RESS / AHA
    Conference, New Orleans.  Circulation 110(17) 1959.

    Joo T and Hampton D  (2004)  “Use of an optimized reduced-lead ECG for detecting out-of-hospital AMI”
    ERC Resuscitation conference, Budapest.  Resuscitation 62(3): 357.

    Hampton D and Krauss B (2004)  “Capnography predicts the cause of acute respiratory distress” ERC
    Resuscitation conference, Budapest. Resuscitation 62(3): 347.

    Smith R and Hampton D (2004) “Audio design for AED Voice Prompts” ERC Resuscitation conference,
    Budapest.  Resuscitation 62(3): 399.

    Macfarlane P, Devine B, Clark E, Miller E, Seyal J, Browne D, Hampton D. (2004)  Age and Sex
    Dependent ST-T criteria for ST elevation myocardial infarction.  In: Advances in Electrocardiology 2004.
    (Eds) M. Hiraoka, S. Ogawa, I. Kodama, H Inoue, H. Kasanuki, T. Katoh.  Singapore, World Scientific
    Publishing. 2005, pp 654-657.

    Macfarlane P, Browne D, Devine B, Clark E, Miller E, Hampton D. (2004) Enhanced ACC/ESC
    electrocardiogram criteria for ST elevation myocardial infarction. Eur J Cardiol; 25 (Suppl 1): 344.

    Macfarlane P, Browne D, Devine B, Clark E, Miller E, Seyal J, Hampton D. (2004) Effect of Age and
    Gender on Diagnostic Accuracy of ECG Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction. Computers in
    Cardiology 2004. IEEE Press, 31:165-168.

    Drew B, Dempsey E, Sommargren C, Joo T, and Hampton D   (2004)  “Tele-electrocardiography in Acute
    Coronary Syndromes: Preliminary Results of the ST SMART Study”  International Society for
    Computerized Electrocardiography, Spring Meeting, West Palm Beach, FL

    Macfarlane P, Browne D, Devine B, Clark E, Miller E, Seyal J, and Hampton D (2004) “Modification of
    ACC/ESC Criteria for Acute Myocardial Infarction ”  International Society for Computerized
    Electrocardiography, Spring Meeting, West Palm Beach, FL

    Hampton D. (2003)  “Optimization of the use of ECG for emergency assessment of acute coronary
    syndromes”  Duke ECG Core Lab Meeting, Orlando, FL

    Hampton D. (2003)  “New Diagnostic Approaches to Resuscitation Emergencies”  Northwest Emerging
    Technology Symposium, SIS 2003 Cardiac Care Conference, Seattle, WA.

    Krauss B, Deykin A, Lam A, Ryoo J, Hampton D, Schmitt P, and Falk J. (2003)  “FEV1 in Restrictive Lung
    Disease Does Not Predict the Shape of the Capnogram.”  Annual Meeting, American Thoracic Society,
    May 2003, Seattle, WA.

    Hampton D. (2002) “Opportunities to enhance patient care with tele-medicine.” European Resuscitation
    Council, 2002 Scientific Conference, Florence, Italy.

    Hampton D. (2002) “Prehospital ST Segment Monitoring”. International Society for Computerized
    Electrocardiography, Spring meeting, Ahrnem, The Netherlands.

    Hampton D. (2001)  “Medical Device Implications From Urban EMS Experiences”  Defense Sciences
    Research Council (DARPA) Summer Conference: Next Wave of DoD Medical Innovations for MOUT.  
    Portland, OR.

    Hampton D. (2000). “Advances in Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Technology“ NHLBI Workshop
    on Post Resuscitation and Initial Utility in Life Saving Efforts (PULSE), Leesburg, VA.

    Hampton D. (2000). “Telecommunications and Data Management Technology “ NHLBI Workshop on Post
    Resuscitation and Initial Utility in Life Saving Efforts (PULSE), Leesburg, VA.

    Hampton D, Joo T, and Schmitt P. (1999).  “New approaches to the detection of acute cardiac ischemic
    events.”  Invited paper presented to the Medtronic Cardiac Rhythm Management Research Symposium,
    Minneapolis.

    Hampton D. (1986)  "Quantitative EEG in psychiatric diagnosis."  Invited paper presented to the
    Washington State Neurologic Institute, Seattle.

    Hampton D. (1985) "Techniques for distinguishing nerve fiber subpopulations."  Invited paper presented
    to AA-PMR conference Facing the Technological Revolution in Electrodiagnosis, Kansas City.

    Hampton D.  (1984).  "Digital signal processing in electromyography."  Invited paper presented to the
    AAEE conference on Computers in Electromyography, Kansas City.

    Hampton D (2009).  The use of Reveal XT for detecting new-onset AF among vascular surgery patients.
    Medtronic 10th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Stadler R, de Melis M, Hampton D, Houben R (2009). Performance of Reveal DX/XT Noise Rejection.
    Medtronic 10th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Cornelussen R, Smeets P, van Ginneken M, Pannemans D, Hampton D, Musley S, Song Z, Stadler R,
    Warman E, and Beske S (2009). EGM-monitoring for detection of cardiac ischemia: ST DETECT.
    Medtronic 10th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Musley S, Wesselink W, Splett V, Hampton D, and Warman E (2008).  Subcutaneous AMI Detection –
    Preliminary Results. Medtronic 27th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis MN.

    Quek GWR and Hampton D. (2008) The impact of risk sharing on medical device innovation.  Medtronic
    27th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis MN.

    Hampton D (2008). Future trends in medical diagnostics and monitoring. Keynote address, Medtronic 5th
    Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Wesselink W, Hampton D, and Musley S (2008). Subcutaneous AMI detection: Preliminary results
    Medtronic 5th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL

    Pietersma A, Hampton D, Winkel T, and Poldermans D (2008). The use of Reveal during non-cardiac
    vascular surgery for detection of cardiac arrhythmia and ischemia. Medtronic 5th Annual European
    Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

IN-HOUSE PUBLICATIONS:

    De Melis M, Winkel T, Hampton D, Rieger G, Verhagen HJM, and Poldermans D. (2009) Reveal XT for
    detecting new-onset arrhythmias among vascular surgery patients: the Prism 2 study. Medtronic 28th
    Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis MN.

    Hampton D (2009).  The use of Reveal XT for detecting new-onset AF among vascular surgery patients.
    Medtronic 10th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Stadler R, de Melis M, Hampton D, Houben R (2009). Performance of Reveal DX/XT Noise Rejection.
    Medtronic 10th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Cornelussen R, Smeets P, van Ginneken M, Pannemans D, Hampton D, Musley S, Song Z, Stadler R,
    Warman E, and Beske S (2009). EGM-monitoring for detection of cardiac ischemia: ST DETECT.
    Medtronic 10th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Musley S, Wesselink W, Splett V, Hampton D, and Warman E (2008).  Subcutaneous AMI Detection –
    Preliminary Results. Medtronic 27th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis MN.

    Quek GWR and Hampton D. (2008) The impact of risk sharing on medical device innovation.  Medtronic
    27th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis MN.

    Hampton D (2008). Future trends in medical diagnostics and monitoring. Keynote address, Medtronic 5th
    Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Wesselink W, Hampton D, and Musley S (2008). Subcutaneous AMI detection: Preliminary results
    Medtronic 5th Annual European Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL

    Pietersma A, Hampton D, Winkel T, and Poldermans D (2008). The use of Reveal during non-cardiac
    vascular surgery for detection of cardiac arrhythmia and ischemia. Medtronic 5th Annual European
    Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Hampton D. (2007) Valuing spin-out opportunities from corporate projects.  Medtronic European Annual
    Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Hampton D. (2007) Performance Estimation of Bipolar ECG-based AMI Detection.  Medtronic European
    Annual Science and Technology Conference, Maastricht, NL.

    Jayne C, Hampton D, Stickney R, and Owen M. (2005) Sensor-Guided Resuscitation in AEDs.  Medtronic
    24th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Hampton D. (2004) CPR Feedback Systems. Medtronic 23rd Annual Science and Technology
    Conference, Minneapolis.

    Hampton D, Schmitt P, Joo T, Walker R, Koster R, Callaway C, Sherman L, and Menegazzi J. (2004)  
    Ventricular Fibrillation Waveform Characteristics Can Guide Therapy in Cardiac Arrest. Medtronic 23rd
    Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.  (Featured Poster)

    Briscoe K, Hampton D, and Chance, B. (2003) Stroke Diagnosis Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy
    (NIRS), Medtronic 22nd Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis. (Featured Poster)

    Callaway C, Sherman L, Taylor J, Hampton D, and Menegazzi, J. (2003)  The Scaling Exponent of the
    Ventricular Fibrillation Waveform can Guide the Timing of Defibrillation and Other Therapies, Medtronic
    22nd Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.  (Featured Poster)

    Joo, T, Hampton D, Dempsey E, and Drew B. (2003)  Synthesizing The 12-lead Electrocardiogram Using
    A Five-Lead System, Medtronic 22nd Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Briscoe K, Hampton D, Smith R, and Friedman C. (2003)  Voice Recognition and Natural Language
    Parsing of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System Incident Narratives, Medtronic 22nd Annual
    Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Seyal J, Clark E, Browne D, Hampton D, and MacFarlane P. (2003) A Neural Network Based Approach to
    the Potential Detection of Acute Myocardial Infarction in the Out-Of-Hospital Setting, Medtronic 22nd
    Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Smith R and Hampton D. (2003) Audio Design for AED Voice Prompts, Medtronic 22nd Annual Science
    and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Miller E, Devine B, Browne D, Hampton D, and MacFarlane P. (2003) Use of Age and Gender Improves
    the Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction, Medtronic 22nd Annual Science and Technology
    Conference, Minneapolis.

    Hampton D, Schmitt P, Briscoe K, Flugstad B, Krauss, B. (2003)  Capnography Predicts The Cause Of
    Acute Respiratory Distress, Medtronic 22nd Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Walker C, Hazinski M, Stickney R, Purdy S, and Hampton D. (2000).  Sensitivity and Specificity of
    Automated External Defibrillator Rhythm Analysis with Pediatric Rhythms. Medtronic 19th Annual Science
    and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.
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    Briscoe K and Hampton D. (2000).  Extraction of Information From Emergency Medical Services Incident
    Narratives. Medtronic 19th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Browne D, Walker C, Hampton D, and Saltzstein W. (2000).  Early ST Monitoring, Trending, and
    Assessment. Medtronic 19th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Hampton D. and Saltzstein W (1999).  Detection of abnormal ventilation by automated interpretation of
    capnograms. Medtronic 18th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Briscoe, K, Smith R, and Hampton D. (1999).  Collection of on-scene information using voice recognition.  
    Medtronic 18th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Chapman F, Hampton D, Smith R, Stickney R, and Niskanen R (1999).  Increasing survival from sudden
    cardiac death. Medtronic 18th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Joo T, Schmitt P, Hampton D, Briscoe K (1999).  Cardiac ischemia stratification using the 12-lead
    electrocardiogram.  Medtronic 18th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Smith R, Joo T, Taylor J, Medema D, and Hampton D. (1999)  Automatic detection of pulseless states
    using heart sounds. Medtronic 18th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Minneapolis.

    Schmitt P, Hampton D, and Finkel, E. (1998).  Significant Change: Using statistics to assess the clinical
    impact of new procedures.  InSync, 5(2), 18-19.

    Hampton D. and Briscoe K (1996).  Simplify event review. InSync, 3(3), 20-21.

    Hampton D. and Briscoe K (1996).  Implementing a data management system. InSync, 3(2), 20-21.