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Bernhard Schaffar, Heinz Kontschieder, Andreas Dolezal, Christoph Ritter: Planar sensor for determining a chemical parameter of a sample. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Stevens Davis P L L C, November 4, 1997: US05683562 (362 worldwide citation)

A planar sensor for determining a chemical parameter of a sample, includes a substrate whose surface is at least partly plane and is provided with at least one potentiometric or amperometric and, possibly, an optical transducer, and one or more biochemical components. The transducer and the biochemi ...


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Otto S Wolfbeis, Wolfgang Trettnak: Method for the determination of the concentration of an enzyme substrate and a sensor for carrying out the method. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, August 23, 1994: US05340722 (344 worldwide citation)

A method for the continuous and reversible determination of the concentration of an enzyme substrate such as glucose in an specimen, wherein the specimen is brought into contact with a corresponding enzyme selected from oxidases and oxygenases and to which a flavin coenzyme (FMN, FAD) is bonded, the ...


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Helmut Offenbacher, Bernhard Peter Harald Schaffar, Nicole Wiedner, Gabriela Pestitschek, Andreas Martin Dolezal: Sensor with PVC cover membrane. AVL Medical Instruments, Baker Botts L, April 10, 2001: US06214185 (253 worldwide citation)

The invention is concerned with a sensor for the determination of the concentration and the detection of an enzyme substrate in a liquid sample, the sensor comprising an enzyme capable of reacting with the enzyme substrate while producing a substance directly or indirectly detectable, a detection de ...


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Hermann Marsoner, Helmut List, Heinz Kontschieder, Falko Skrabal: Sensor device. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, July 14, 1992: US05130009 (202 worldwide citation)

In order to produce a small-volume flow measuring cell with good flow characteristics in a sensor device for determining the concentration of a substrate in a sample medium, comprising an enzyme electrode which is covered by a membrane and a reference electrode, both of which are in contact with the ...


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Rudolf A Hatschek: System for measuring the saturation of at least one gas, particularly the oxygen saturation of blood. AVL Medical Instruments, Spencer Frank & Schneider, April 5, 1994: US05299570 (196 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring the saturation of at least one gas in blood has a sensor which is, intended to be placed on a living body. Light is emitted from the sensor and into the body at a light radiating zone. The sensor has a plurality of light receiving zones, serving to receive light backscattered ...


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Rudolf A Hatschek: Blood pressure measuring device and method. AVL Medical Instruments, Spencer Frank & Schneider, May 10, 1994: US05309916 (119 worldwide citation)

A device for measuring blood pressure includes a sensor arrangement which is releasably attached to the exterior of a body and which is electrically conductively connected with electronic circuit. The sensor arrangement and the circuit are configured to determine, in at least one measuring region of ...


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Marco Jean Pierre Leiner, James K Tusa: Method for quality control of an analyzing system. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Grindle Watson P L L C, March 14, 2000: US06037178 (108 worldwide citation)

Quality control of an analyzing system that includes a portable analyzer with insertable single-use cartridges whose sample chamber contains optical and/or electrochemical sensors is accomplished by bringing the sensors in the single-use cartridge into contact, or are in contact with, a calibrating ...


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Otto S Wolfbeis, Tobias Werner, Ingo Klimant, Ute Kosch, Marco Jean Pierre Leiner: Luminescence-optical method and sensor layer for quantitative determination of at least one chemical component of a gaseous or liquid sample. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Grindle Watson P L L C, August 24, 1999: US05942189 (106 worldwide citation)

In a sensor layer for quantitative determination of at least one chemical component in a gaseous or liquid sample medium containing a chromophore which is directly or indirectly responsive to the component being determined by changing its absorption spectrum, and a luminophore which is not responsiv ...


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Otto S Wolfbeis, Tobias Werner, Ingo Klimant, Ute Kosch, Marco Jean Pierre Leiner: Luminescence-optical method and sensor layer for quantitative determination of at least one chemical component of a gaseous or liquid sample. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Grindle Watson P L L C, April 4, 2000: US06046055 (103 worldwide citation)

In a sensor layer for quantitative determination of at least one chemical component in a gaseous or liquid sample medium containing a chromophore which is directly or indirectly responsive to the component being determined by changing its absorption spectrum, and a luminophore which is not responsiv ...


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Falko Skrabal: Process and device for determining parameters of interest in living organisms. AVL Medical Instruments, Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, August 24, 1993: US05237993 (95 worldwide citation)

In order to determine at least one parameter of interest in a living organism, a perfusion is directly introduced in the tissues. After its partial balancing by the tissue parameter of interest, the perfusion fluid is collected and analyzed for the parameter of interest, as well as for endogenous or ...