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Martin Y Magram

from Baltimore, MD
Age ~73

Martin Magram Phones & Addresses

  • 3611 Gardenview Rd, Pikesville, MD 21208
  • Baltimore, MD

Work

Address: 3611 Gardenview Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208

Education

School / High School: University of Maryland At Baltimore / Professional Schools 1973

Languages

English

Awards

Healthgrades Honor Roll

Ranks

Certificate: Cardiovascular Disease, 1977

Specialities

Cardiology • Critical Care Medicine

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Dr. Martin Y Magram, Baltimore MD - MD (Doctor of Medicine)

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Specialties:
Cardiology
Critical Care Medicine
Address:
3611 Gardenview Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208
(301) 733-1031 (Phone)
Certifications:
Cardiovascular Disease, 1977
Critical Care Medicine, 2005
Internal Medicine, 1977
Nuclear Medicine, 2002
Awards:
Healthgrades Honor Roll
Languages:
English
Education:
Medical School
University of Maryland At Baltimore / Professional Schools
Graduated: 1973
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Martin Magram, Hagerstown MD

Work:
Nuclear Medicine
11116 Medical Campus Rd, Hagerstown, MD 21742
University of Maryland
22 S Greene St, Baltimore, MD 21263

Lawyers & Attorneys

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Martin Yale Magram, Baltimore MD - Lawyer

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Address:
3611 Gardenview Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208
(410) 486-7688 (Office)
Licenses:
Maryland - Active 1991

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Martin Magram
Medical Doctor, Principal
Martin Margram MD PA
Medical Doctor's Office
3611 Gardenview Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208
Martin Yale Magram
Martin Magram MD
Radiology · Internist
419 W Redwood St, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 328-7877
Martin Magram
Principal
Martin Magram Dr
Medical Doctor's Office
400 Reisterstown Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208

Publications

Us Patents

X-Ray Shield Arrangement For Operating Room

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US Patent:
7465947, Dec 16, 2008
Filed:
May 1, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/381028
Inventors:
Martin Yale Magram - Baltimore MD, US
International Classification:
G21F 3/00
US Classification:
2505151, 2505051, 378203
Abstract:
Back-scattered x-rays incident on a person working with a patient on an operating table are reduced by upper and lower x-ray shield panels mounted so they can be turned relative to each other about a common vertical axis. The panels are thick enough and have proximate horizontal edges close enough to each other to substantially attenuate the back-scattered x-rays incident on front faces of the panels and a gap between the edges while the panels are aligned. The panels pivot about the vertical axis to form an opening enabling the person's hand(s) and forearm(s) to extend through. A hinge connects the upper and lower panels to a third panel. In a second embodiment, the upper and lower panels are moved up and down together, while the lower panel remains aligned with a fixed fourth panel for protecting the person's legs.

X-Ray Shielding Apparatus

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US Patent:
51857782, Feb 9, 1993
Filed:
Aug 13, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/744169
Inventors:
Martin Y. Magram - Baltimore MD
International Classification:
H05G 102
US Classification:
378196
Abstract:
A bar mounted on an operating table on a platform fixedly mounted on a floor carries a switch adapted to be grasped by the hand of a surgeon operating on a patient on the table while x-rays are back-scattered from the table or patient. When the switch is activated to a first state the table is braked. When the switch is activated to a second state, forces manually imparted to an end of the bar by the surgeon are imparted to the table to move the table relative to the platform with the aid of a motor and linkage arrangement. An x-ray shield is interposed between the end of the bar and the table so the body of the operator, including the hand and arm, can be shielded from x-rays back-scattered from the table and/or patient while the hand is grasping the end of the bar and/or the switch. The shield and bar are arranged and dimensioned so that: (1) the operator can stand behind the bar when high intensity cine x-ray radiation is irradiating the patient and (2) the surgeon can stand between the shield and the end of the bar and manipulate an instrument, such as a heart catheterization tool, in proximity to the patient while low intensity fluoroscopy x-ray radiation is irradiating the patient.
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