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physicist

Patrick Eberhard, Swiss physicist. Achievements include patents for transcutaneous blood gas measurement and pulse oximetry; development of transcutaneous PO2 sensor; development of intravascular PO2 sensor; development of O2 sensor; development of transcutaneous P02 sensor; development of pulse oximetry; development of combined PCO2-Sp02 sensor. Member of Swiss Society for Sensor Technology, Swiss Society biomedical Engineering.

Background

Eberhard, Patrick was born on November 20, 1943 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Son of Théo Eberhard and Edmée Bercher-Eberhard.

Education

Master of Science in Physics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Nijmegen, Netherlands, 1976.

Career

Research and Development fellow department bio-el Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel, Switzerland, 1969—1972, Research and Development project manager Switzerland, 1972—1985, Research and Development manager Switzerland, 1985—1992. Director, board member Kontron Institute Medical Sensors, 1992—1999, Linde Medical Sensors AG, Basel, 1999—2005, director Research and Development, Chief Executive Officer, board member. Director research and development, CSO, board member Radiometer Basel AG, since 2006.

Assistant professor Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for transcutaneous blood gas measurement and pulse oximetry. Development of transcutaneous PO2 sensor. Development of intravascular PO2 sensor.

    Development of O2 sensor. Development of transcutaneous P02 sensor. Development of pulse oximetry.

    Development of combined PCO2-Sp02 sensor.

Membership

Member of Swiss Society for Sensor Technology, Swiss Society biomedical Engineering.

Connections

Married Maria-Chatrina Meyer-Eberhard, 1968. Children: Stefan, Corinne.

father:
Théo Eberhard

mother:
Edmée Bercher-Eberhard

spouse:
Maria-Chatrina Meyer-Eberhard

children:
Stefan Eberhard

Corinne Eberhard