Kirk W Johnson, John J Mastrototaro: Techniques to improve the performance of electrochemical sensors. Eli Lilly and Company, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, May 2, 1995: US05411647 (744 worldwide citation)

A method of improving the utility of electrochemical glucose sensors by decreasing either or both their settling time and their sensitivity to interfering compounds. In particular, the settling time of an electrochemical glucose sensor is improved by pretreating the operating electrode with a negati ...

John J Mastrototaro: Apparatus and method for implantation of sensors. Eli Lilly and Company, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, April 5, 1994: US05299571 (690 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for implantation of in vivo sensors includes a housing, a dual-lumen tube extending therefrom, and an in vivo sensor received within one of the lumen of the tube. A needle is received within the other lumens of the tube, and is used to insert the tube through the skin. After implantatio ...

Douglas J Allen, Kirk W Johnson, Robert S Nevin: Hydrophilic polyurethane membranes for electrochemical glucose sensors. Eli Lilly and Company, Woodward Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, June 21, 1994: US05322063 (688 worldwide citation)

Homogeneous membranes permeable to oxygen and glucose composed of hydrophilic polyurethanes that are capable of absorbing from 10 to 50% of their dry weight of water. Variations in the composition of the hydrophilic polyurethanes make possible the fabrication of membranes in which the ratios of the ...

James W Heller, David Lipson, Kirk W Johnson: Thin film electrical component. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, April 28, 1992: US05108819 (432 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible thin film electrical component is configured for use in a human body or other ionic liquid environment. A polyimide substrate is bonded to a glass carrier plate sized for handling by automatic equipment and a multiple-layer metal conductor is deposited on the substrate and patterned ...

Charles D Jones: Antiestrogenic and antiandrugenic benzothiophenes. Eli Lilly and Company, Joseph A Jones, Arthur R Whale, November 29, 1983: US04418068 (390 worldwide citation)

6-Hydroxy-2-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-3-[4-(2-piperidinoethoxy)benzoyl]benzo[b]thio phene, its ethers and esters, and the physiologically acceptable acid addition salts thereof, are valuable antiestrogens and antiendrogens.

C David Jones, Tulio Suarez: 2-Phenyl-3-aroylbenzothiophenes useful as antifertility agents. Eli Lilly and Company, William C Martens Jr, Arthur R Whale, January 9, 1979: US04133814 (347 worldwide citation)

Derivatives of 2-phenyl-3-aroylbenzothiophenes and 2-phenyl-3-aroylbenzothiophene-1-oxides are useful as antifertility agents. Certain of these compounds also are useful in suppressing the growth of mammary tumors.

Douglas J Allen, Robert S Nevin: Acrylic copolymer membranes for biosensors. Eli Lilly and Company, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, February 8, 1994: US05284140 (325 worldwide citation)

Homogeneous membranes are disclosed which are composed of acrylic copolymers and are capable of absorbing 10% to 50% of their dry weight of water. The copolymers include a hydrophilic component which comprises acrylic esters having a poly(ethylene oxide) substituent as part of the alcohol moiety. Th ...

Robert M Morris: Magnetically-localizable, biodegradable lipid microspheres. Eli Lilly and Company, James L Rowe, Arthur R Whale, May 25, 1982: US04331654 (270 worldwide citation)

Drug carrier formulation consisting of magnetically-localizable, biodegradable lipid microspheres.

Timothy Hemenway Button, Scott Forster Percy: Vial and cartridge reading device providing audio feedback for a blood glucose monitoring system. Eli Lilly and Company, Michael T Bates, David E Boone, July 28, 1998: US05786584 (235 worldwide citation)

A device for reading the labeled contents of an insulin container and then providing an audible message informing the user of the labeled contents. The device includes a recessed surface, such as a cylindrical well, into which an insulin container is insertable by a vision impaired person. An optica ...

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