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Todd D Alleckson, Energy Cruse II, Karyn Grant, Robert C Leichner, Gaurang C Mehta, James M Rueter, Thomas A Shoup, Alexander L Tudor, Ronald T Yamada: Home hub for reporting patient health parameters. Agilent Technologies, January 8, 2002: US06336900 (567 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for reporting a patient's health parameter to a remote data management center. The apparatus has measurement units and a home hub. A measurement unit includes a sensor for sensing measurements of a health parameter and a transmitter for transmitting wirelessly data derived from the ...


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Tad Decatur Simons, Michael Greenstein, Dominique Freeman, Leslie Anne Leonard, David A King, Paul Lum: Lancet cartridge for sampling blood. Agilent Technologies, June 6, 2000: US06071294 (441 worldwide citation)

A cartridge for sampling and analyzing blood from the skin of a patient. The cartridge has a cartridge case, a lancet, and associated with the cartridge case an analytical region for analyzing the property of blood. The lancet has a tip for lancing the skin and is housed in the cartridge case. The l ...


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Edward D Verdonk, Paul Lum: Lancet device with skin movement control and ballistic preload. Agilent Technologies, October 23, 2001: US06306152 (300 worldwide citation)

A device for puncturing the skin of a patient. The device includes a lancet for puncturing the skin and a skin stabilizer associated with the lancet for stabilizing the skin to reduce its freedom of movement when the lancet strikes it. The skin stabilizer has an opening through which the lancet can ...


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Ganapati R Mauze, J Fleming Dias: Apparatus and method for efficient blood sampling with lancet. Agilent Technologies, April 3, 2001: US06210420 (299 worldwide citation)

A technique for efficiently sampling blood from body tissue by reducing pressure on the body tissue. In the present technique a body tissue is placed under reduced pressure to improve perfusion of blood in the body tissue before lancing. An embodiment of this apparatus includes a lancet carried by a ...


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Paul Lum, Hewlett E Melton Jr, Tad Decataur Simons, Michael Greenstein: Apparatus and method for penetration with shaft having a sensor for sensing penetration depth. Agilent Technologies, May 21, 2002: US06391005 (291 worldwide citation)

An apparatus having a shaft that can sense the depth of penetration, for penetrating into an object (the substrate). The substrate being penetrated has impedance that varies according to the depth under a surface of the substrate. The shaft has a tip for penetration and has conductive ends near to t ...


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James R Sheats, Mark R Hueschen, Karen L Seaward, Daniel B Roitman, George Andrew Davidson Briggs: Transparent, flexible permeability barrier for organic electroluminescent devices. Agilent Technologies, November 14, 2000: US06146225 (267 worldwide citation)

A barrier for preventing water or oxygen from a source thereof from reaching a device that is sensitive to water or oxygen. The barrier is constructed by depositing a first polymer layer between the device and the source. An inorganic layer is deposited on the first polymer layer of the device by pl ...


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Jeffrey N Miller, Danny E Mars: Efficient phosphor-conversion led structure. Agilent Technologies, December 5, 2000: US06155699 (261 worldwide citation)

A light emitting device and a method of fabricating the device include a wavelength selective reflector that is formed between a light source and a layer of phosphorescent material. The light emitting device is a phosphor-conversion light emitting diode (LED) that outputs secondary light that is con ...


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Paul Lum, Leslie A Leonard, Edward D Verdonk, Dominique M Freeman, Michael Greenstein, Catherine Keely Templin: Extraction and transportation of blood for analysis. Agilent Technologies, Michael J Beck, April 2, 2002: US06364890 (239 worldwide citation)

A device for sampling blood from the skin of a patient by puncture. The device includes one or more lancets for lancing the skin and a fluid-conducting plate unit for transporting blood from the lancing wound. The plate unit has one or more channels for conducting fluid to one or more target locatio ...


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Ganapati R Mauze, Paul Lum, Dominique Freeman: Physiological fluid extraction with rapid analysis. Agilent Technologies, April 23, 2002: US06375627 (236 worldwide citation)

A device for sampling and analyzing a physiological fluid from the skin of a patient by puncture. The device includes a body and sensors. The body has a needle with a point for puncturing a physiological tissue and a channel in the body for conducting the physiological fluid away from the point. The ...


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Ganapati R Mauze, Bo Curry: Optical sensor for sensing multiple analytes. Agilent Technologies, April 30, 2002: US06379969 (235 worldwide citation)

A device for analyzing simultaneously multiple analytes in a fluid of unknown composition. The device includes a plurality of sensors, a light source for providing light to shine on the sensors, light detectors, and a processor. The sensors are exposed to a sample of the fluid of unknown composition ...