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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 (114 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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Cunningham David D, Henning Timothy P, Shain Eric B, Young Douglas F, Lowery Michael G, Schapira Thomas G, Graham Hugh W, Muetterties Andrew J, Chambers Geoffrey R, Hughes Graham J, Watkin Jared L, Prokop Gary F, Goldfarb Joshua P: Method and apparatus for obtaining blood for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, WEINSTEIN David L, June 11, 1998: WO/1998/024366 (3 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of blood from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g., glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of: (a) forming an unobstructed opening in the area of the skin from which the sample of blood is to be extrac ...



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