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Ronald E Betts, Douglas R Savage, Matthew J Leader: Portable analyte measuring system for multiple fluid samples. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, April 11, 1995: US05405510 (250 worldwide citation)

A portable, ready-for-use analyte measuring device is provided for the measurement of multiple sequential fluid samples. The device has a disposable cartridge, a calibrating fluid external to the cartridge and an analyzer. The cartridge has a housing, inlet for introduction of fluids into the housin ...


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Harald Kronberg, Helmut Leist: Apparatus and method for monitoring respiration. PPG, Andrew C Siminerio, Kenneth J Stachel, December 28, 1993: US05273036 (230 worldwide citation)

The apparatus for monitoring respiration comprises a photoplethysmographic sensor whose LED transmitter element(s) is/(are) excited by a monitoring unit with a specified control power and/or control signal sequence or frequency. By means of a signal processing unit, both the frequency and depth of r ...


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Douglas R Savage, Ronald E Betts, Richard J Koerner, Douglas R Hillier: Fluid sample analyte collector and calibration assembly. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, February 8, 1994: US05284570 (195 worldwide citation)

A fluid sample collector, sensing, and calibration device contains a collector like a syringe, with one or more analyte sensors, and a calibrator for calibrating the sensor. These can be pre-assembled and are particularly adapted to be disposable after a single use; the analyte sensor may be connect ...


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Ronald E Betts, David W Deetz: Sensor assembly for measuring analytes in fluids. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, September 10, 1991: US05046496 (163 worldwide citation)

A sensor assembly for measuring analytes in fluids, e.g., blood, is described. The sensor assembly comprises a housing in the form of a flow-through cell containing one or more microsensors the housing disposed on the distal end of a hypodermic syringe.


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Charles B Greenberg, Caroline S Harris, Vincent Korthuis, Luke A Kutilek, David E Singleton, Janos Szanyi, James P Thiel: Photocatalytically-activated self-cleaning article and method of making same. PPG Industries Ohio, Kenneth J Stachel, February 22, 2000: US06027766 (91 worldwide citation)

A method and article are disclosed wherein a substrate is provided with a photocatalytically-activated self-cleaning surface by forming a photocatalytically-activated self-cleaning coating on the substrate by spray pyrolysis chemical vapor deposition or magnetron sputter vacuum deposition. The coati ...


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Chia Cheng Lin, Thomas G Rukavina, Yu Jiao: Electrochromic transparency incorporating security system. PPG Industries Ohio, Andrew C Siminerio, Kenneth J Stachel, March 18, 2003: US06535126 (90 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic window assembly includes a security system for monitoring breakage of the electrochromic window assembly. Control circuitry is connected to the electrochromic window assembly for monitoring an electrical characteristic of one or more conductive coatings within the electrochromic wi ...


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Peter C Gaa, Jerry C Hedden, Donald L Motsinger, H Kenyon Watkins: Treated glass fibers and aqueous dispersion and nonwoven mat of the glass fibers. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, March 7, 1989: US04810576 (65 worldwide citation)

Chemically treated glass fibers of the present invention perform well as wet chopped strands of glass fibers and are useful in producing glass fiber paper. In one aspect the chopped strands of glass fibers have an aqueous chemical treatment comprised of at least one water soluble, ungelled polymer h ...


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Mikhail M Girgis, Ernest L Lawton: Flexible, chemically treated bundles of fibers and process. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, August 9, 1988: US04762750 (61 worldwide citation)

More flexible bundles of high modulus, low elongation fibers are produced by the impregnated bundles and process of the present invention. The flexible bundle of fibers comprise a plurality of fibers having a first treatment of a moisture-reduced residue of an aqueous chemical composition and a seco ...


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Matthew J Leader, Kee V Sin: Electrochemical sensor storage device. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, June 6, 1995: US05421981 (61 worldwide citation)

A sensor apparatus is provided that is the sensor with or without accompanying sample collector means and calibration means in a hermetically sealed layer that contains at least one preconditioning fluid. The preconditioning fluid is an activating fluid when the sensor is in an unsealed housing and ...


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Mikhail M Girgis, Ernest L Lawton: Flexible, chemically treated bundles of fibers, woven and nonwoven fabrics and coated bundles and fabrics thereof. PPG, Kenneth J Stachel, August 9, 1988: US04762751 (59 worldwide citation)

More flexible bundles of high modulus, low elongation fibers are provided by the impregnated bundles of the present invention. The flexible bundle of fibers comprise a plurality of fibers having a first treatment of a moisture-reduced residue of an aqueous chemical composition and a second treatment ...