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Ok Kyung Cho, Yoon Ok Kim, Katsumi Ouchi, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Blood sugar level measuring apparatus. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, July 31, 2007: US07251514 (104 worldwide citation)

Blood sugar levels are measured non-invasively based on temperature measurement. Non-invasively measured blood sugar level values obtained by a temperature measurement scheme are corrected by blood oxygen saturation and blood flow volume, thereby stabilizing the measurement data. If the measured blo ...


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Ok Kyung Cho, Yoon Ok Kim, Koji Nagata, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Blood sugar level measuring apparatus. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, July 31, 2007: US07251515 (102 worldwide citation)

Blood sugar levels are measured non-invasively based on temperature measurement. Non-invasively measured blood sugar level values obtained by a temperature measurement scheme are corrected by blood oxygen saturation and blood flow volume, thereby stabilizing the measurement data. The shape or color ...


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Ok Kyung Cho, Yoon Ok Kim, Hideharu Hattori, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Blood sugar level measuring apparatus. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, May 8, 2007: US07215983 (102 worldwide citation)

Blood sugar levels are measured non-invasively based on temperature measurement. Non-invasively measured blood sugar level values obtained by a temperature measurement scheme are corrected by blood oxygen saturation and blood flow volume, thereby stabilizing the measurement data.


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Ok Kyung Cho, Yoon Ok Kim, Nobuhiko Sato, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Blood sugar level measuring apparatus. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, August 7, 2007: US07254428 (102 worldwide citation)

Blood sugar levels are measured non-invasively based on temperature measurement. Non-invasively measured blood sugar level values obtained by a temperature measurement scheme are corrected by blood oxygen saturation and blood flow volume, thereby stabilizing the measurement data. A guide is provided ...


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Ok Kyung Cho, Yoon Ok Kim, Kurazo Maruoka, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Blood sugar level measuring apparatus. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, July 31, 2007: US07251517 (101 worldwide citation)

Blood sugar levels are measured non-invasively based on temperature measurement. Non-invasively measured blood sugar level values obtained by a temperature measurement scheme are corrected by blood oxygen saturation and blood flow volume, thereby stabilizing the measurement data.


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Hiroshi Mitsumaki, Katsuaki Takahashi: Method and apparatus for automatically analyzing a plurality of test items. Hitachi, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, July 18, 1995: US05434083 (86 worldwide citation)

An annular train of reaction vessels is formed on an intermittently rotatable turntable. In order to measure test items requiring different analysis times, samples and necessary reagents are successively added to the reaction vessels. The analysis times for the test items assigned to the respective ...


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Tadashi Ohishi, Masaaki Hanawa, Susumu Kai, Hiroshi Mitsumaki, Hideyuki Yanami: Sample analysis system. Hitachi, Beall Law Offices, February 1, 2000: US06019945 (86 worldwide citation)

A sample analysis system includes blood serum analysis units, blood plasma analysis units and urine analysis units which are arranged along a main conveyor line. The width size of each analysis unit on the side along the main conveyor line is the same. Each analysis unit can be removed integral with ...


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Taku Sakazume, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Sample processing system. Hitachi, Mattingly Stanger & Malur P C, September 3, 2002: US06444171 (82 worldwide citation)

Waiting areas for allowing a plurality of sample racks to stop and wait are provided on by-pass line in each analysis unit. Sample racks introduced from ordinary sample inlet section or emergency sample inlet section, after waiting in the waiting area, are subjected to sample pipette operation by sa ...


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Miyoko Watanabe, Hiroshi Mitsumaki: Automatic analyzing apparatus. Hitachi, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, September 15, 1992: US05147610 (77 worldwide citation)

An automatic analyzing apparatus includes a drainage line for conveying a reaction liquid which has been subjected to an analysis and water used to clean a reaction vessel from the reaction vessel to a waste liquid reservoir. The drainage line includes a vacuum tank, a vacuum pump for sucking a gas ...


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Tomonori Mimura, Hiroshi Mitsumaki, Tadashi Ohishi, Taku Sakazume: Analyzer system having sample rack transfer line. Hitachi, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, May 11, 1999: US05902549 (74 worldwide citation)

A plurality of analyzer units for serum, a plurality of analyzer units for blood plasma, and a plurality of analyzer units for urine are arranged along a main transfer line for transferring a sample rack from a rack providing portion to a rack storage portion. A reagent bottle for inspecting liver f ...