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Steven C Charlton, Anne T Miller, Joseph L Moulton, Matthew A Schumann, Dennis Slomski, Frank W Wogoman: Dispensing instrument for fluid monitoring sensors. Bayer Corporation, Jerome L Jeffers, May 20, 1997: US05630986 (352 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument is adapted to receive a generally circular sensor pack containing a plurality of blood glucose sensors. Each of the sensors are disposed in sensor cavities, each of which is in fluid communication with a corresponding desiccant cavity and has a support wall that assist ...


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Frank W Wogoman: Electrode for electrochemical sensors. Miles, Roger N Coe, July 3, 1990: US04938860 (342 worldwide citation)

A disposable, inexpensive electrode for an electrochemical sensor includes a laminated anode and a laminated cathode. The anode is a film substrate with anodic material such as platinum deposited on the substrate. The cathode is also a film substrate with cathodic material such as silver deposited o ...


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Steven C Charlton, Anne T Miller, Joseph L Moulton, Matthew A Schumann, Dennis Slomski, Frank W Wogoman: Dispensing instrument for fluid monitoring sensors. Bayer Corporation, Jerome L Jeffers, November 19, 1996: US05575403 (332 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument is adapted to receive a generally circular sensor pack containing a plurality of blood glucose sensors. Each of the sensors are disposed in sensor cavities, each of which is in fluid communication with a corresponding desiccant cavity and has a support wall that assist ...


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Joseph L Moulton, Frank W Wogoman: Means of handling multiple sensors in a glucose monitoring instrument system. Bayer Corporation, Jerome L Jeffers, May 27, 1997: US05632410 (262 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument (20) includes a sensor magazine (26) that contains a plurality of blood glucose sensors (38) disposed in sensor slots (30A-J). Each of the sensor slots (30A-J) is in fluid communication with a desiccant cavity (50A-J) in which desiccant material is disposed. The front ...


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Steven C Charlton, Anne T Miller, Joseph L Moulton, Matthew A Schumann, Dennis Slomski, Frank W Wogoman: Dispensing instrument for fluid monitoring sensors. Bayer Corporation, Jerome L Jeffers, December 29, 1998: US05854074 (231 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument is adapted to receive a generally circular sensor pack containing a plurality of blood glucose sensors. Each of the sensors are disposed in sensor cavities, each of which is in fluid communication with a corresponding desiccant cavity and has a support wall that assist ...


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Steven C Charlton, Anne T Miller, Joseph L Moulton, Matthew A Schumann, Dennis Slomski, Frank W Wogoman: Dispensing instrument for fluid monitoring sensors. Bayer Corporation, Jerome L Jeffers, April 14, 1998: US05738244 (211 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument is adapted to receive a generally circular sensor pack containing a plurality of blood glucose sensors. Each of the sensors are disposed in sensor cavities, each of which is in fluid communication with a corresponding desiccant cavity and has a support wall that assist ...


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Steven C Charlton, Anne T Miller, Joseph L Moulton, Matthew A Schumann, Dennis Slomski, Frank W Wogoman: Dispensing instrument for fluid monitoring sensor. Bayer Corporation, Jerome L Jeffers, September 22, 1998: US05810199 (201 worldwide citation)

A sensor dispensing instrument is adapted to receive a generally circular sensor pack containing a plurality of blood glucose sensors. Each of the sensors are disposed in sensor cavities, each of which is in fluid communication with a corresponding desiccant cavity and has a support wall that assist ...


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Joel M Blatt, Robert Heiland, James R Morris, Jerry Pugh, Frank W Wogoman: Volume metering capillary gap device for applying a liquid sample onto a reactive surface. Miles, Roger N Coe, August 2, 1988: US04761381 (133 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling a liquid volume flowing onto a reactive surface which includes a sample application port, two systems of capillary channels, a reaction chamber, and an overflow chamber. The liquid sample to be analyzed is applied to the sample application port which gives the liquid entry t ...


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Frank W Wogoman: Electrochemical sensor. Bayer Healthcare, October 17, 2006: US07122102 (112 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical sensor with a capillary channel is formed by placing a sacrificial insert on a sensor base and applying casting material. After the casting material is cured, the sacrificial is removed leaving a capillary channel in the sensor. The insert may be removed by a tool including a clam ...


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Allen J Brenneman, Frank W Wogoman: Electrochemical sensor. Bayer HealthCare, Alice A Brewer, June 28, 2005: US06911130 (107 worldwide citation)

An optical reagent format with a precise capillary channel is made by molding a format on a carrier of a precise predetermined thickness. The carrier includes an insert at least a portion of which is molded in the format. Once the format is made, the insert is detached from the carrier and removed f ...



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