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James A Mawhirt, Catherine M Cimini, Anthony Kuklo: Blood sampling device. International Technidyne, Plevy & Associates, May 21, 1996: US05518006 (357 worldwide citation)

A blood sampling and transferring device including a disposable auto-pricking lancet and a reservoir integrated together for creating a skin incision and collecting a blood sample therefrom in a one-step operation. The reservoir is preferably funnel shaped with a large opening at one end for receivi ...


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Pamela Abbruzzese, Paul Bailey, Denise L Fritz, John Lawler, Rick Manning, Russ Pollnow, Anthony Retartha, Mary J Round, Marc Schardt, Barbara Synodinos, Robert Tanner: Computerized system and method for work management. Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Plevy & Associates, September 17, 1996: US05557515 (343 worldwide citation)

A computerized system and method for managing work in process is provided. Case specific information, including information from an initial transaction is electronically entered into a database and automatically linked with a work source index which includes basic client information. Input informati ...


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John M Boyle, Eric S Maiwald, David W Snow: Apparatus and method for providing multi-level security for communication among computers and terminals on a network. ITT Corporation, Patrick M Hogan, Plevy & Associates, November 19, 1996: US05577209 (304 worldwide citation)

A multi-level security apparatus and method for a network employs a secure network interface unit (SNIU) coupled between each host or user computer unit and a network, and a security management (SM) architecture, including a security manager (SM) coupled to the network, for controlling the operation ...


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Richard J Hertel: Accountability and theft protection via the global positioning system. ITT, Plevy & Associates, May 12, 1998: US05751246 (263 worldwide citation)

A system is provided which includes a GPS receiver which determines its location as defined by three spatial coordinates and an associated time reference. The system includes a control logic unit which determines whether the location of GPS receiver is outside the permitted boundaries configured int ...


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Michael Gavin, Catherine M Cimini, Ming Huang, Anthony Kuklo Jr, James A Mawhirt, Eduardo Marcelino, Albert Simone: Blood sampling device. International Technidyne Corporation, Plevy & Associates, September 1, 1998: US05800781 (229 worldwide citation)

A portable device for performing coagulation tests on a patient's blood. Blood is first drawn from a patient using a lancet. The blood is then supplied to a disposable cuvette placed within the testing device. The blood is drawn into multiple conduits within the cuvette. Each of the conduits contain ...


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Robert Cusack, Robert Samo: Disposable slicing lancet assembly. International Technidyne Corporation, Plevy & Associates, May 24, 1994: US05314441 (224 worldwide citation)

A lancet device uses a planar blade that implements an incision in the skin of a patient using a slicing action. There is a blade support arm pivotably secured within a hollow housing. The pivot connection between the blade support arm and the housing is formed by a pivot pin which extends from the ...


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James M Holden, Stephen E Levin, James O Nickel, Edwin H Wrench: System and method for providing multi-level security in computer devices utilized with non-secure networks. ITT, Plevy & Associates, November 3, 1998: US05832228 (212 worldwide citation)

A multi-level network security system is disclosed for a computer host device coupled to at least one computer network. The system including a secure network interface Unit (SNIU) contained within a communications stack of the computer device that operates at a user layer communications protocol. Th ...


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James A Mawhirt, Nikki S Thompson: Adjustable skin incision device. International Technidyne Corporation, Plevy & Associates, August 25, 1998: US05797940 (198 worldwide citation)

A device for making an adjustably sized incision in skin. The device comprises a housing having a slotted opening; a blade disposed within the housing for making an incision in skin; a blade triggering mechanism disposed within the housing, for propelling the blade through the slotted opening of the ...


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Michael Gavin, James A Mawhirt, Donald W Allen: Test apparatus and method for testing cuvette accommodated samples. International Technidyne Corporation, Plevy & Associates, March 24, 1998: US05731212 (184 worldwide citation)

A cuvette based testing device for use in testing or otherwise analyzing a fluid sample. A cuvette is provided that defines at least one conduit, wherein the fluid sample is introduced into the various conduits. Reagents are disposed within the conduits that are intended to be mixed with the fluid s ...


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James A Mawhirt, Anthony F Kuklo Jr, Christopher R Vander Wal, Peter J Sklenar: Incision device capable of automatic assembly and a method of assembly. International Technidyne Corporation, Plevy & Associates, June 30, 1998: US05772677 (172 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for implementing a skin incision has a torsion spring and a method of assembling the apparatus. The apparatus has a housing having a pair of housing sections, each of the housing section having a base and a plurality of walls. The housing defines an inner space and an exterior. A pivot ...