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Dennis Alexander Figueroa, Alok Nigam, Thomas Michael Heyman, Henry W Oviatt Jr: Device for inserting a flexible intraocular lens. Bausch & Lomb Surgical, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, January 8, 2002: US06336932 (70 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens insertion device having a tubular member for receiving the lens and a plunger for pushing the lens into the eye. The lens is held in a suspended position by its haptics so that the optic portion of the lens does not contact the interior of the tubular member. The plunger tip is p ...


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Henry W Oviatt Jr, Cary J Reich: Silicone reactive/fluorescent silane dye compositions. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Perman & Green, May 24, 1988: US04746751 (36 worldwide citation)

The preparation of particular fluorescent silane dye compositions is disclosed. These silane dye compositions have particular utility as reactants in the preparation of silicone polymeric fluorescent dyes which can be ideally used as chemical indicators in biological sensors.


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Joseph N Mitchell, Spring M Haby, Dennis S Rushforth, Mark E Van Dyke, Henry W Oviatt Jr, Andrew J Philips, Ralph H Hill Jr, Mary C Marshall: Indicators for early detection of potential failures due to water exposure of polymer-clad fiberglass. Electric Power Research Institute, Dergosits & Noah, February 21, 2006: US07002079 (21 worldwide citation)

A composite insulator containing means for providing early warning of impending failure due to stress corrosion cracking, flashunder, or destruction of the rod by discharge activity conditions is described. A composite insulator comprising a fiberglass rod surrounded by a polymer housing and connect ...


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Henry W Oviatt JR: Analyte Sensor Offset Normalization. Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, September 2, 2010: US20100219085-A1

Measurements of current from a working electrode and current from a blank electrode are received and a ratio corresponding to the ratio of surface areas of the working electrode and the blank electrode is determined. This ratio is used to correct any differential current offset between an analyte (w ...


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James R Petisce, Kenneth M Curry, Henry W Oviatt JR: Analyte sensor. Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, June 4, 2009: US20090143658-A1

Electrochemical sensors for measuring an analyte in a subject are described. More particularly, devices for measurement of an analyte are disclosed incorporating a sensor comprising an enzyme layer in contact with an interference layer and a membrane comprising vinyl ester monomeric units covering a ...