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Paul J Anderson, Ross A Jessen, David R Linde, Richard E Jones, Bert Walter, Paul E Christenson: Medical diagnostic system. Cascade Medical, Hugh D Jaeger, January 18, 1994: US05279294 (819 worldwide citation)

Hand-held shirt-pocket portable instrument for quantitative measurement of glucose or analysis in biological fluids. The system accepts a disposable diagnostic reagent test device which has a reagent carrier and mode of identifying to the instrument the reagent lot characteristics. The instrument in ...


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Fernando S Garcia, Hartmut Ginnow Merkert, Paul J Anderson, Bertram J Hudson: Glucose medical monitoring system. Garid, Hugh D Jaeger, January 20, 1987: US04637403 (769 worldwide citation)

Hand-held shirt-pocket portable medical diagnostic system for checking measurement of blood glucose, urea nitrogen, hemoglobin, blood components or other body qualities. The system includes the engagement of a disposable needle or lance probe package which carries a chemical reagent strip such as bl ...


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Fernando S Garcia, Hartmut Ginnow Merkert, Paul J Anderson, David E Linde, Bertram J Hudson: Glucose medical monitoring system. Garid, Hugh D Jaeger, December 9, 1986: US04627445 (725 worldwide citation)

Hand-held shirt-pocket portable medical diagnostic system for checking measurement of blood glucose, urea nitrogen, hemoglobin, blood components or other body qualities. The system includes the engagement of a disposable needle or lance probe package which carries a chemical reagent strip such as bl ...


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Fernando S Garcia, Hartmut G Merkert, Paul J Anderson, David E Linde, Bertram J Hudson: Glucose medical monitoring system. Garid, Hugh D Jaeger, November 29, 1988: US04787398 (548 worldwide citation)

Hand-held shirt-pocket portable glucose medical monitoring system for checking measurement of blood glucose or other body qualities. The system includes a disposable diagnostic reagent-lancet unit which carries a chemcial reagent strip of blood reacting chemistry. The system includes a housing struc ...


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Robert L Kaster: Anastomotic fitting. Hugh D Jaeger, January 18, 1983: US04368736 (427 worldwide citation)

Anastomotic fitting for coronary artery bypass graft surgery having an assembly of components including a flanged tube having a longitudinal hole running therethrough and projections extending outwardly therefrom, an aortic wall attachment ring having a plurality of dual-tined anchors positioned abo ...


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Alfred A Iversen, William J Eastman, Allen L Van Beek: Tissue expander system. PMT Corporation, Hugh D Jaeger, August 11, 1987: US04685447 (353 worldwide citation)

Tissue expander system including a tissue expander, an injection port, and a tube connecting the tissue expander to the injection port. The tissue expander is of a one piece molded body of a pancake to waffle like configuration. Within the one piece molded body is a member of non-stick material of a ...


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Robert L Kaster: Anastomotic fitting. Hugh D Jaeger, January 4, 1983: US04366819 (333 worldwide citation)

Anastomotic fitting for coronary artery bypass graft surgery having an assembly of four components including a cylindrical tube having at least one ringflange locking indentation in an inflow end and a plurality of locking ring grooves in an outflow end, a ringflange having a central aperture and pl ...


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William J Drasler, Robert G Dutcher, Mark L Jenson, Joseph M Thielen, Emmanuil I Protonotarios: Thrombectomy device. Possis Medical, Hugh D Jaeger, December 6, 1994: US05370609 (243 worldwide citation)

A method of and apparatus for removing a thrombus deposit from the cardiovascular system of a patient without the need to surgically access the location of the thrombus deposit via a cut-down or other surgical procedure. A catheter is inserted percutaneously into the patient at a convenient location ...


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J G F Worst: Gonio seton. Hugh D Jaeger, January 19, 1993: US05180362 (213 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for treating patients suffering from glaucoma. A hollow needle is inserted into the eye and advanced across the anterior chamber until the tip punctures the opposite anterior chamber angle wall, exiting the eye under the conjunctiva. The excess pressure is acutely relieved by ...


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Dennis T Grendahl: Intraocular lens. Hugh D Jaeger, November 29, 1988: US04787903 (205 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens including an annular Fresnel lens for implant in the anterior chamber, the posterior chamber or in the cornea of the eye. The Fresnel lens can be made of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) or a high index of refraction material. The lens is an annular lens with centers of curvature of ...