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Mace Chad H, Nicolaisen Andrea, Dehart Damon H: Integrated lancing and analyte test device. Abbott Laboratories, Mace Chad H, Nicolaisen Andrea, Dehart Damon H, WEINSTEIN David L, January 5, 2006: WO/2006/001973 (111 worldwide citation)

An analyte test device is constructed as an integrated, single-use, disposable cartridge which can be releasably installed into a compatible analyte test monitor. In use, the device can be used in conjunction with the monitor to lance the skin of a patient to create a blood sample and, in turn, calc ...


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Mace Chad H, Yang Paul S, Shahrokni Farzad: Analyte test device. Abbott Laboratories, Mace Chad H, Yang Paul S, Shahrokni Farzad, WEINSTEIN David L, November 17, 2005: WO/2005/107594 (19 worldwide citation)

An analyte test device (11) is constructed as an integrated, single-use, disposable cartridge which can be releasably installed into a compatible analyte test monitor. In use, the device can be used in conjunction with the monitor to lance the skin of a patient to create a blood sample, express the ...


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Kanayama Shoichi, Itsumi Kazuhiro, Khalil Omar S, Kantor Stanislaw: Method and apparatus for non-invasive measurement of living body characteristics by photoacoustics. Abbott Laboratories, Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Kanayama Shoichi, Itsumi Kazuhiro, Khalil Omar S, Kantor Stanislaw, WEINSTEIN David L, May 21, 2004: WO/2004/042382 (14 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for non-invasive measurement of living body information comprises a light source configured to generate light containing a specific wavelength component, an irradiation unit configured to irradiate a subject with the light, and at least one acoustic signal detection unit inclu ...


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Karinka Shridhara A, Tess Mark E: Sensor strip having a capillary flow channel with a flow terminating interface. Abbott Laboratories, WEINSTEIN David L, April 22, 2004: WO/2004/034053 (12 worldwide citation)

A device having a flow channel (14), wherein at least one flow-terminating interface (122) is used to control the flow of liquid in the flow channel. The flow-terminating interface (122a) prevents the flow of the liquid beyond the interface. In one aspect, the invention provides a sensor (100), such ...


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Zocchi Michael R: Sensor array. Abbott Laboratories, Zocchi Michael R, WEINSTEIN David L, February 23, 2006: WO/2006/019665 (9 worldwide citation)

A sensor array designed to be continuously indexed through a compatible blood glucose test monitor for the purpose of conducting multiple consecutive blood glucose measurements. The sensor array can be configured to substantially conform to a non-planar surface. In one embodiment, the sensor array i ...


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Ghesquiere Alexander G, Tonks Simon X: Analyte sensor and method of manufacturing the same. Abbott Laboratories, Ghesquiere Alexander G, Tonks Simon X, WEINSTEIN David L, July 6, 2006: WO/2006/072089 (9 worldwide citation)

An analyte test sensor for use in measuring the concentration of a particular analyte in a test sample includes a non-conductive substrate, a reference electrode deposited on the substrate, a working electrode deposited on the substrate and a compensation electrode deposited on the substrate. The co ...


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Zocchi Michael R: Blood glucose monitoring kit. Abbott Laboratories, Zocchi Michael R, WEINSTEIN David L, March 2, 2006: WO/2006/023241 (7 worldwide citation)

A blood glucose monitoring kit (11) includes a case (13) constructed in the form of a bi-fold wallet which comprises an upper flap and a lower flap that are connected together through a fold. The case includes an outer layer (17) constructed out of a water resistant and soft fabric and an inner laye ...


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Wang Yi, Karinka Shridhara A, Sanghera Gurdial: Analyte test instrument having improved versatility. Abbott Laboratories, WEINSTEIN David L, September 10, 2004: WO/2004/077052 (6 worldwide citation)

An analyte test instrument that has a test strip circuitry that can be configured using information provided by a calibration strip to perform assays with test strips having two electrodes and test strips having three electrodes. The analyte test instrument of this invention comprises: (a) a test po ...


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Lowery Michael G, Shain Eric B, Khalil Omar S: Method for detecting artifacts in data. Abbott Laboratories, Lowery Michael G, Shain Eric B, Khalil Omar S, WEINSTEIN David L, August 18, 2005: WO/2005/074811 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for identifying artifacts occurring during a measurement of the concentration of an analyte in a biological sample by means of an apparatus that employs optical probes, introduces electromagnetic radiation into tissue, and collects and detects radiation emitted at a distance from the point ...


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Henning Timothy P, Hiltibran Robert G, Cunningham David D, Shain Eric B, Tarkowski Brian J, Young Douglas F: Method and apparatus for obtaining interstitial fluid for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, WEINSTEIN David L, June 10, 1999: WO/1999/027852 (2 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of interstitial fluid from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g. glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of: (a) treating an area of the skin with vacuum or heat or both vacuum and heat to increase the a ...



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