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Tad Decatur Simons, Michael Greenstein, Dominique Freeman, Leslie Anne Leonard, David A King, Paul Lum: Integrated system and method for sampling blood and analysis. Hewlett Packard Company, October 26, 1999: US05971941 (575 worldwide citation)

A blood sampling apparatus for sampling blood from the skin of a patient for analysis. The apparatus includes a cartridge and a housing with a driver. The cartridge has a cartridge case, lancet, and a compartment associated with the cartridge case for receiving blood. The lancet is housed in the car ...


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Tad Decatur Simons, Michael Greenstein, Dominique Freeman, Leslie Anne Leonard, David A King, Paul Lum: Cassette of lancet cartridges for sampling blood. Hewlett Packard Company, March 14, 2000: US06036924 (556 worldwide citation)

A cassette containing cartridges for sampling blood from a patient. The cassette includes a container for storing a plurality of cartridges and at least one cartridge in the container. The cartridge includes a cartridge case and a lancet. The lancet has a tip and is housed in the cartridge case. The ...


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Tad Decatur Simons, Michael Greenstein, Dominique Freeman, Leslie Anne Leonard, David A King, Paul Lum: Lancet cartridge for sampling blood. Agilent Technologies, June 6, 2000: US06071294 (426 worldwide citation)

A cartridge for sampling and analyzing blood from the skin of a patient. The cartridge has a cartridge case, a lancet, and associated with the cartridge case an analytical region for analyzing the property of blood. The lancet has a tip for lancing the skin and is housed in the cartridge case. The l ...


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Tad Decatur Simons, Michael Greenstein, Dominique Freeman, Leslie Anne Leonard, David A King, Paul Lum: Reproducible lancing for sampling blood. Hewlett Packard Company, Philip S Yip, February 16, 1999: US05871494 (292 worldwide citation)

A blood analysis apparatus for obtaining blood for analysis from the skin of a patient with a controlled degree of lancing. The apparatus including a cartridge and a driver. The cartridge includes a cartridge case and a lancet. The lancet has a tip and is housed in the cartridge case. The lancet can ...


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Tad Decatur Simons, Michael Greenstein, Dominique Freeman, Leslie Anne Leonard, David A King, Paul Lum: Method of using cassette of lancet cartridges for sampling blood. Agilent Technologies, October 29, 2002: US06472220 (214 worldwide citation)

A cassette containing cartridges for sampling blood from a patient. The cassette includes a container for storing a plurality of cartridges and at least one cartridge in the container. The cartridge includes a cartridge case and a lancet. The lancet has a tip and is housed in the cartridge case. The ...


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David A King, Jens Peter Seher: Evanescent scanning of biochemical array. Hewlett Packard Company, May 27, 1997: US05633724 (212 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detecting a target substance in a pixel array is provided. The apparatus has a light source to emit a light suitable for exciting the target substance in the array, a total internal reflection (TIR) member, and a light detector. The TIR member has a TIR surface on which the array is ...


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David A King, Nicholas Sampas, Carol T Schembri: Apparatus and method with tiled light source array for integrated assay sensing. Hewlett Packard Company, Philip S Yip, September 22, 1998: US05812272 (106 worldwide citation)

A technique for analyzing target chemicals is provided. The apparatus of the technique contains an array of two or more light sources. Each of the array elements includes a light source. The light source has an emitting surface from which light can be emitted. Two or more binder chemical moieties ar ...


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David A King, Jens Peter Seher: Apparatus for intracavity sensing of macroscopic properties of chemicals. Hewlett Packard Company, Jeffrey Slusher, August 1, 1995: US05437840 (61 worldwide citation)

The presence of trace materials in a sample is detected using both macroscopic and microscopic properties. A detector includes a light source and an optical resonator. The light source may be located either inside the resonance cavity of the resonator or outside the cavity, in which case it may be a ...


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David A King, Jens Peter Seher: Surface plasmon resonance measuring instruments. Hewlett Packard Company, September 27, 1994: US05351127 (58 worldwide citation)

A measuring instrument utilizing surface plasmon resonance is described. The instrument employs no moving mechanical part because it produces the resonance by changing the parameters either electrically or acoustically, and it detects the reflection by a stationary detector.


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David A King, William F Carlsen, Damien F Gray, Richard J Pittaro: Diode-pumped power build-up cavity for chemical sensing. Hewlett Packard Company, Jeffrey Slusher, July 11, 1995: US05432610 (42 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor laser power build-up system includes a semi-conductor laser. An optical resonance cavity is defined between at least two reflective elements and has an intracavity light beam along an intracavity beam path. A return light beam, which is a portion of the intracavity light beam, is tra ...



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