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Piet H C Moerman, Jerome F McAleer, Matthias Stiene: Combined lancet and electrochemical analyte-testing apparatus. Diabetes Diagnostics, March 16, 2004: US06706159 (283 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detection and quantitation of an electrochemically-detectable analyte, such as glucose, in blood or interstitial fluid includes a meter unit, a lancet and an electrochemical sensor. Of these components, the meter is preferably reusable, while the lancet and the electrochemical senso ...


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Elizabeth A Cummings, Mary E McEvoy, Lars H Berger, Ulrich Kraft, Rainer R Teucher, John C Davis: Analyte testing device. Diabetes Diagnostics, Bernard E Shay, July 10, 2007: US07241265 (240 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a testing device for testing analyte levels in bodily fluids. The testing device comprises memory (202) for storing data, said data being analyte data related to analyte measurements carried out by the meter and lifestyle data; initiation means (102) for initiating immediate ...


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Piet H C Moerman, Jerome F McAleer, Matthias Stiene: Combined lancet and electrochemical analyte-testing apparatus. Diabetes Diagnostics, May 27, 2008: US07378007 (129 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detection and quantitation of an electrochemically-detectable analyte, such as glucose, in blood or interstitial fluid includes a meter unit, a lancet and an electrochemical sensor. Of these components, the meter is preferably reusable, while the lancet and the electrochemical senso ...


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Christopher John Stanley, Anders Weber: Optical sensor for in situ measurement of analytes. Torsana Diabetes Diagnostics, Nixon & Vanderhye, December 19, 2000: US06163714 (43 worldwide citation)

An implantable sensor for use in the detection or quantitative measurement of an analyte in subcutaneous fluid, the sensor being biodegradable or hydrolysable in vivo. The sensor incorporates an assay for the analyte, the readout of which is a detectable or measurable optical signal which can, when ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwick, Beckingham Helen Elizabeth, Hall Geoffrey F: Meter with rapid response glucose sensor. Diabetes Diagnostics, March 3, 2004: EP1394535-A1 (32 worldwide citation)

A disposable electrochemical sensor for the detection of an analyte such as glucose in a liquid sample is formed with a working electrode and a reference electrode disposed within a sample-receiving cavity, and a reagent layer disposed within the sample-receiving cavity and over the working electrod ...


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Cummings Elizabeth Anne, Mcevoy Mary Ellen, Berger Lars Helmut, Kraft Ulrich, Teucher Rainer Rudolf, Davis John Christopher: Analyte testing device. Diabetes Diagnostics, December 10, 2003: EP1369688-A2 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a testing device for testing analyte levels in bodily fluids. The testing device comprises memory (202) for storing data, said data being analyte data related to analyte measurements carried out by the meter and lifestyle data; initiation means (102) for initiating immediate ...


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Anders Weber, Christopher J Stanley: Optical sensor for in situ measurement of analytes. Torsana Diabetes Diagnostics, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, September 23, 2003: US06625479 (21 worldwide citation)

An implantable sensor for use in the detection or quantitative measurement of an analyte in subcutaneous fluid, the sensor being biodegradable or hydrolysable in vivo. The sensor incorporates an assay for the analyte, the readout of which is a detectable or measurable optical signal which can, when ...


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Bryan Windus Smith, John Allen: Medical device package, kit and associated methods. Diabetes Diagnostics, Wayne Jaeschke Jr, November 17, 2009: US07617932 (13 worldwide citation)

A medical device package for receiving, and securely and removably retaining, a medical device includes main and minor cap members. The main cap member has a proximal end, a distal end and a cavity with a cavity opening at the proximal end. The cavity is configured to receive, and to securely and re ...


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Eric M Nelson, Matthew A Coe: Air gap for controlling sample absorption and hematocrit dependence. Diabetes Diagnostics, December 2, 2003: US06656741 (7 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for controlling the absorption of a liquid sample through an absorbent layer (


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Cummings Elizabeth Anne, Mcevoy Mary Ellen, Berger Lars Helmut, Kraft Ulrich, Teucher Rainer Rudolf, Davis John Christopher: Specific component testing device, data storage method and data processing method. Diabetes Diagnostics, June 3, 2004: JP2004-154547 (6 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve a problem that there is no electronic apparatus for recording and analyzing lifestyle data in a diary in addition to measured data of a specific component such as glucose data for a patient of diabetes, for example.SOLUTION: The specific component testing device for te ...



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