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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Armstrong Malcolm Gordon, Longden Donald Roderick, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcolm: Method of manufacture of electrochemical sensors. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Armstrong Malcolm Gordon, Longden Donald Roderick, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcolm, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/040287 (112 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method and apparatus for manufacturing an electrochemical sensor comprising transporting a web of a substrate past one or more print stations and printing one or more electrodes on the substrate at one or more print stations splicing a second roll of substrate mater ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke: Preconditioning of a substrate in a continuous process for manufacture of electrochemical sensors. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/040285 (112 worldwide citation)

The present invention described a method of preconditioning a substrate in a web manufacturing process wherein the web manufacturing process includes a plurality of printing steps, the method comprising the steps of moving the substrate through the web manufacturing process under tension; heating th ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Mitchell Darren, Whyte Lynsey, 0 Reilly Thomas Joseph: Apparatus and method for controlling registration of print steps in a continuous process for the manufacture of electrochemical sensors. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Mitchell Darren, Whyte Lynsey, 0 Reilly Thomas Joseph, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/040948 (112 worldwide citation)

In a method according to the present invention, the method includes the printing of a first registration mark at the first print station (e.g. the print station where the carbon electrodes are deposited), the printing of a second registration mark over the first registration mark during printing of ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Baskeyfield Damian Edward Haydon, Whyte Lynsey, Leiper Elaine: Electrochemical test strip for reducing the effect of direct interference current. Lifescan Scotland, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Baskeyfield Damian Edward Haydon, Whyte Lynsey, Leiper Elaine, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 19, 2005: WO/2005/045414 (19 worldwide citation)

This invention describes an electrochemical sensor which is adapted to reduce the effects of interfering compounds in bodily fluids when measuring an analyte in such fluids using an electrochemical strip (62). The sensor includes a substrate (50), a first and second working electrodes (10, 12), and ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Hallford John Thomas, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcolm: Enzyme print humidification in a continuous process for manufacture of electrochemical sensors. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Hallford John Thomas, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcolm, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/039600 (12 worldwide citation)

In a web manufacturing process according to the present invention, the process includes at least one print station adapted to print enzymes on a moving substrate. In one embodiment, the web manufacturing process includes continuously moving the substrate, depositing enzyme ink onto the substrate thr ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Armstrong Malcolm Gordon, Marshall Robert, Mitchell Darren Iain, O Reilly Thomas Joseph, Robertson Emma Louise, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcolm: Process for making an electrochemical sensor. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Armstrong Malcolm Gordon, Marshall Robert, Mitchell Darren Iain, O Reilly Thomas Joseph, Robertson Emma Louise, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcolm, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/039897 (8 worldwide citation)

An ink composition for use in a continuous web process for the manufacture of electrochemical sensors in accordance with the present invention includes graphite, carbon black, a resin and at least one solvent (e.g., at least one solvent with a boiling point between 120 °C and 250 °C). The ink compos ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Hallford John Thomas, Marshall Robert, Mcneilly Brian Andrew, Yeudall Robert Malcolm: Cooling stations for use in a web printing process for the manufacture of electrochemical sensors. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Hallford John Thomas, Marshall Robert, Mcneilly Brian Andrew, Yeudall Robert Malcolm, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/040005 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method and apparatus of manufacturing an electrochemical sensor comprising a substrate, and at least two layers to be printed on the substrate, the method comprising transporting a web of the substrate past first and second print stations, a drying station, position ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Mcneilly Brian Andrew, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcom: Manufacture of electrochemical sensors by moveable flat screen printing. Inverness Medical, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Mcneilly Brian Andrew, Sim Andrew Graham, Yeudall Robert Malcom, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/040290 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method and apparatus for manufacturing an electrochemical sensor comprising transporting a web of a substrate past one or more print stations and printing one or more electrodes on the substrate at one or more print stations by screen printing electrically conductiv ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Baskeyfield Damian Edward Haydon, Whyte Lynsey, Leiper Elaine: Method of reducing the effect of direct and mediated interference current in an electrochemical test strip. Lifescan Scotland, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Baskeyfield Damian Edward Haydon, Whyte Lynsey, Leiper Elaine, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 19, 2005: WO/2005/045417 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method of reducing interference in an electrochemical sensor (800) wherein the method includes the step of measuring a first current at a first working electrode (808), the first working electrode (808) being covered by an active reagent layer (820), the step o ...


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Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Baskeyfield Damian Edward Haydon, Whyte Lynsey, Leiper Elaine: Method of reducing the effect of direct interference current in an electrochemical test strip. Lifescan Scotland, Davies Oliver William Hardwicke, Marshall Robert, Baskeyfield Damian Edward Haydon, Whyte Lynsey, Leiper Elaine, MERCER Christopher Paul, May 19, 2005: WO/2005/045412 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention describes a method of reducing the effect of interfering compounds in a bodily fluid when measuring an analyte using an electrochemical sensor (62). In particular, the present method is applicable to electrochemical sensors where (62) the sensor includes a substrate (50), first and se ...



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