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Eric First, M.D.
FIRST ERIC B: Method and composition to improve absorption of therapeutic agents. BAYER HEALTHCARE, Bullitt Richard S, November 18, 2010: WO/2010/132095 (1 worldwide citation)

A tablet with an enhanced dissolution profile for a medicinally active ingredient such as aspirin and methods for making the tablet. The tablet comprises a blend of crystals of the medicinally active ingredient and a dissolution aid such as sodium or calcium carbonate or bicarbonate that coats the c ...


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Eric First, M.D.
DURKEE Shane E, BEKE Pradnya, FIRST Eric R, PATEL Ashish: SUPPLÉMENT EN CALCIUM, CALCIUM SUPPLEMENT. BAYER HEALTHCARE, DURKEE Shane E, BEKE Pradnya, FIRST Eric R, PATEL Ashish, BULLITT Richard S, October 4, 2012: WO/2012/134590

An oral dosage form for administration to an animal comprising a biologically utilizable form of calcium and a extended release system that maintains the calcium level in the animal's bloodstream at a substantially beneficial level for a defined period of time.


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Eric First, M.D.
FIRST Eric R, PATEL Ashish Bipin, TONG Hung huar: Forme galénique solide pouvant être mâchée, avalée et effervescente pour une administration orale de principes actifs pharmaceutiques, Chewable, swallowable and effervescent solid dosge form for oral delivery of pharmaeutical actives. Bayer Healthcare, BULLITT Richard S, December 8, 2011: WO/2011/152875

A tablet comprising: (a) an active ingredient; and (b) at least one member of an effervescent couple, wherein said tablet dissolves in water in not more than three minutes and in the mouth in not more than thirty seconds, and wherein said tablet is capable of acting as an effervescent tablet, a rapi ...


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Robert C Whitson: Thin lance and test sensor having same. Bayer Healthcare, Jerome L Jeffers, May 13, 2003: US06561989 (242 worldwide citation)

A lance is provided for puncturing skin and producing a sample of blood. The lance comprises a spring having a first end and a second end disposed between a needle and a base wherein the first end of spring is coupled to the base and the second end of the spring is coupled to the needle.


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Matthew K Musho, J Oakey Noell, Andrew J Edelbrock, Dijia Huang: Electrochemical-sensor design. Bayer HealthCare, October 24, 2006: US07125481 (191 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical test sensor adapted to assist in determining the concentration of analyte in a fluid sample is disclosed. The sensor comprises a base that assists in forming an opening for introducing the fluid sample, a working electrode being coupled to the base, and a counter electrode being c ...


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Yingping Deng, Amy H Chu: Methods of determining the concentration of an analyte in a fluid test sample. Bayer HealthCare, November 7, 2006: US07132041 (163 worldwide citation)

A method of determining the concentration of an analyte in a fluid test sample that includes providing an electrochemical sensor adapted to measure the analyte in the test sample. The test sample sufficiently covers a counter and working electrode of the electrochemical sensor. A first potential is ...


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Yingping Deng, Sherry J Jamison, Andrew J Edelbrock: Electrochemical test sensor. Bayer HealthCare, October 17, 2006: US07122110 (147 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved electrochemical sensor for the detection of an analyte in a fluid test sample. The electrochemical sensor is of the type in which the fluid test sample is drawn into a capillary space and the improvement to the sensor involves an arrangement where a portion of the sensor's c ...


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Vreeke Mark S, Charlton Steven C, Mccleary Alan R, Flora Bruce A: Sensor with integrated lancet. Bayer Healthcare, January 2, 2004: EP1374770-A1 (133 worldwide citation)

A fluid collection apparatus adapted to test a concentration of an analyte in a fluid, including a lid and a base. Further included is a spacer disposed between the lid and the base. The spacer forms a capillary channel, which has an opening and is designed to collect the fluid. The capillary channe ...


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Andrew J Edelbrock, Matthew K Musho, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical test sensor. Bayer HealthCare, October 10, 2006: US07118668 (128 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an electrochemical sensor for the determination of analytes in body fluids, e.g. glucose in blood. The sensor involves a non-conductive base which provides a flow path for the body fluid with the base having a working and counter electrode on its surface which are in electrical communic ...


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G Lamar Kirchhevel, Russell J Micinski: Button layout for a testing instrument. Bayer HealthCare, Nixon Peabody, January 29, 2008: US07323141 (127 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument adapted to handle a sensor pack containing a plurality of sensors and to perform a test using one of the sensors. The sensor dispensing instrument includes an outer housing and display disposed on the outer housing for showing items. The sensor dispensing instrument fu ...