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David K Wong, Kenneth M Curry: Calibration solutions useful for analyses of biological fluids and methods employing same. VIA Medical Corporation, Pretty Schroeder Brueggemann & Clark, July 19, 1994: US05330634 (570 worldwide citation)

Novel calibration solutions are provided which are useful, for example, with sensor assemblies used for analysis of CO.sub.2, especially in combination infusion fluid delivery/blood chemistry analysis systems which include a sensor assembly with each of the assembly electrodes mounted in an electrod ...


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David K Wong, Joseph Y Lucisano: Electrode assembly for assaying glucose. Via Medical Corporation, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, September 8, 1998: US05804048 (339 worldwide citation)

An improved electrode assembly is disclosed for use in assaying glucose in solution, e.g., in undiluted whole blood. The assembly includes a sensor electrode and a special overlaying multi-layer membrane that can be sterilized by gamma radiation without reducing the activity of a glucose oxidase enz ...


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David K Wong: Method for measuring glucose. VIA Medical Corporation, December 21, 1993: US05271815 (299 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an electrochemical sensor capable of measuring the glucose level of body fluids, especially blood. More particularly, this invention also relates to the use of such a glucose sensor in an automated bedside blood chemistry system which facilitates the operation of the sensor.


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David K Wong, James E Gharib, Kenneth Curry, Luis Retana: Method and apparatus for monitoring blood chemistry. Via Medical Corporation, James R Brueggemann, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, June 2, 1998: US05758643 (275 worldwide citation)

An improved system is disclosed for monitoring a patient's blood chemistry, wherein the system intermittently draws blood samples from the patient into a special sensor assembly having a plurality of analytical sensors, each sensitive to a particular parameter of the blood. After signals produced by ...


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David K Wong, David Buse, Laurel Savage, Daiting Rong: Method for calibrating sensors used in diagnostic testing. Via Medical Corporation, James R Brueggemann, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, September 26, 2000: US06123827 (268 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for reliably calibrating a sensor used in diagnostic sensing of a predetermined parameter, e.g., CO.sub.2 partial pressure, O.sub.2 partial pressure, or pH, of a solution such as blood, the method compensating for expected variations over time in the value of the parameter in a ...


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David W Carroll, James L Carroll, Steven V Case: Touch screen systems and methods. ViA, Patterson Thuente & Skaar P A, September 19, 2000: US06121960 (265 worldwide citation)

A screen peripheral system according to an embodiment of the invention includes a computing device for producing a main image and a touch-activated input device for generating and displaying a composite image visible to a user. The composite image simultaneously includes a representation of at least ...


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David W Carroll, Wendell L Carroll, James L Carroll, Steven V Case, Matthew H Rust: Interactive devices and methods. ViA, Dicke Billig & Czaja P A, September 4, 2001: US06285757 (243 worldwide citation)

A body-wearable interactive device with a retractable earbud and a microphone provides data, audio and voice communication with a wearable personal computing or other remote device. Full voice and display interface with a personal computer can be achieved with the use of a wireless link between the ...


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David K Wong, Kenneth M Curry: Calibration solutions useful for analysis of biological fluids and methods employing same. Via Medical Corporation, Stephen E Reiter, Pretty Schroeder Brueggemann & Clark, April 9, 1996: US05505828 (216 worldwide citation)

Novel calibration solutions are provided which are useful, for example, with sensor assemblies used for analysis of CO.sub.2, and optionally, for concurrent analysis of O.sub.2, especially in combination infusion fluid delivery/blood chemistry analysis systems which include a sensor assembly with ea ...


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Craig M Janik: Flexible wearable computer. ViA, Patterson & Keough P A, August 22, 2000: US06108197 (199 worldwide citation)

A wearable computing device includes computing-device component modules and flexible circuitry passing into the modules. The modules can include a top module portion and a bottom module portion, the flexible circuitry passing between the top and bottom portions. Wireless communication, e.g. by radio ...


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David K Wong: Electrochemical sensor apparatus and method. Via Medical Corporation, Pretty Schroeder Brueggemann & Clark, November 24, 1992: US05165406 (138 worldwide citation)

A sensor assembly for a combination infusion fluid delivery system and blood chemistry analysis system includes a sensor assembly with each of the assembly electrodes mounted in an electrode cavity in the assembly. Each electrode cavity includes a circular ridge that defines a cylindrical inner cavi ...