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1. (WO2001049343) A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AUTOMATICALLY RECORDING ANIMAL INJECTION INFORMATION
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CLAIMS
I claim:
1. A system for automatic recordation of information relating to administration of medicines to animals, comprising:
a transmitting syringe for simultaneously injecting an animal and transmitting, responsive to actuation of the transmitting syringe, a first signal containing information relating to the actuation of the transmitting syringe and the resulting injection of the animal; an EID, attached to the animal, for providing an electronic identification of the animal;
a receiver for receiving the first signal from the transmitting syringe and the electronic identification of the animal; and
a computer database for maintaining the first signal and the electronic identification.

2. The system of Claim 1, whereby the transmitting syringe transmits
information relating to the amount of medicine injected.

3. The system of Claim 1, whereby the EID is an active device.

4. The system of Claim 1 , whereby the EID is a passive device.

5. The system of Claim 4, whereby, responsive to an EID stimulus signal, the electronic identification of the animal is provided.

6. The system of Claim 5, whereby the EID stimulus signal is generated by the transmitting syringe.

7. The system of Claim 5, whereby the EID stimulus signal is generated by a stimulus signal transmitter.

8. The system of Claim 7, whereby the ELD stimulus signal transmitter is triggered to transmit the stimulus signal by a trigger event.

9. A method for automatically recording information relating to the
administration of medicines to animals, comprising the steps of:
positioning a transmitting syringe in sufficient proximity to an animal so as to effect injection of a medicine from within the transmitting syringe into the animal;
actuating the transmitting syringe to inject the medicine into the animal;
responsive to actuating the transmitting syringe, the transmitting syringe transmitting a first signal;
responsive to a triggering event, an EID attached to the animal providing an electronic identification of the animal; and
receiving the first signal and the electronic identification by a receiver.

10. The method of Claim 9, comprising the further step of automatically storing the first signal and the electronic identification received by the receiver in a computer database.

11. A system for automatically recording information relating to the
administration of medicines to animals, comprising:
a transmitting syringe means for simultaneously injecting an animal and transmitting, responsive to actuation of the transmitting syringe, a first signal indicating actuation of the transmitting syringe and the resulting injection of the animal;an EID, attached to the animal, for providing an electronic identification of the animal;
an ELD means, attached to the animal, for providing an electronic identification of the animal;
a receiver means for receiving the first signal from the transmitting syringe and the electronic identification of the animal; and a computer database means for maintaining the first signal and the electronic identification.