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Daniel S Goldberger, Timothy A Turley, Kirk L Weimer: Universal pulse oximeter probe. BOC Health Care, Roger M Rathbun, Larry R Cassett, R Hain Swope, October 5, 1993: US05249576 (422 worldwide citation)

The universal pulse oximeter probe [of the present invention] utilizes an inexpensive sensor connector configuration to enable the cable section of the probe to be used numerous times. The [sensor connector is mechanically simple and electrically reliable to interconnect the sensor elements with the ...


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James R Braig, Gary E Hewett, Michael A Munrow, Julian M Cortella, Kamrava Azizi, Daniel S Goldberger: Glucose monitoring instrument having network connectivity. OptiScan Biomedical Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 11, 2003: US06645142 (315 worldwide citation)

A glucose monitoring instrument having network-based communication features which provide a link between patient and practitioner. The glucose monitoring instrument comprises circuitry for communicating data with one or more destination sites on the network which are configured to transmit and recei ...


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Daniel S Goldberger, James E Corenman, Kenneth R McCord: Durable sensor for detecting optical pulses. Nellcor Incorporated, Robert M Isackson, August 11, 1987: US04685464 (296 worldwide citation)

A sensor for use with instruments that non-invasively measure blood constituents, particularly oxygen saturation of arterial blood from the patient's tissue. The sensor has two rigid housings adapted for arrangement in opposition and secured about a patient's tissue. Each housing has a deformable pa ...


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David E Goodman, Daniel S Goldberger: Tissue penetrating apparatus and methods. Sextant Medical Corporation, Davis Hoxie Faithfull & Hapgood, October 24, 1995: US05460182 (291 worldwide citation)

A tissue penetrating apparatus including a surgical appliance having a sharp tip for penetrating tissue, a first optical element for emitting one or more selected monochromatic wavelengths of light, and a second optical element for sensing light corresponding to the one or more selected monochromati ...


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David A Benaron, Daniel S Goldberger, David E Goodman, Robert S Smith: Noninvasive system for characterizing tissue in vivo. Sextant Medical Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, September 15, 1998: US05807261 (286 worldwide citation)

A tool for nondestructive interrogation of the tissue including a light source emitter and detector which may be mounted directly on the surgical tool in a tissue contacting surface for interrogation or mounted remotely and guided to the surgical field with fiber optic cables. The light source may b ...


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David A Benaron, Daniel S Goldberger: In vivo tissue analysis methods and apparatus. Sexant Medical Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, July 28, 1998: US05785658 (180 worldwide citation)

A tool for nondestructive interrogation of the tissue including a light source emitter and detector which may be mounted directly on the surgical tool in a tissue contacting surface for interrogation or mounted remotely and guided to the surgical field with fiber optic cables. The light source may b ...


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Daniel S Goldberger, Timothy A Turley, Kirk L Weimer: Pulse oximeter probe connector. Ohmeda, Roger M Rathbun, Larry R Cassett, James M Graziano, February 7, 1995: US05387122 (177 worldwide citation)

The pulse oximeter probe uses an inexpensive connector to electrically interconnect the sensor elements with the pulse oximeter. One segment of the probe connector contains a set of connector pins that are wired to the sensor elements. Another segment of the probe connector is equipped with a mating ...


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James R Braig, Daniel S Goldberger, Roger O Herrera, Bernhard B Sterling: Self-emission noninvasive infrared spectrophotometer. Optiscan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, May 14, 1996: US05515847 (175 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring glucose, ethyl alcohol and other blood constituents in a noninvasive manner. The measurements are made by monitoring infrared absorption of the desired blood constituent in the long infrared wavelength range where the blood constituent has a strong and distingui ...


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Bernhard B Sterling, Philip C Hartstein, Ken I Li, Mark D Agostino, David C Klonoff, Robert D Gaffney, Jennifer H Gable, Ken G Witte, Mike A Munrow, Daniel S Goldberger, Julian M Cortella, James R Braig, Peter Rule: Reagent-less whole-blood glucose meter. Optiscan Biomedical Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 25, 2005: US06958809 (157 worldwide citation)

A reagentless whole-blood analyte detection system that is capable of being deployed near a patient has a source capable of emitting a beam of radiation that includes a spectral band. The whole-blood system also has a detector in an optical path of the beam. The whole-blood system also has a housing ...


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James R Braig, Daniel S Goldberger: Noninvasive pulsed infrared spectrophotometer. Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, May 24, 1994: US05313941 (150 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring glucose, ethyl alcohol and other blood constituents in a noninvasive manner. The measurements are made by monitoring infrared absorption of the desired blood constituent in the long infrared wavelength range where the blood constituent has a strong and distingui ...