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David W Burke, Lance S Kuhn, James Maxwell: System and method for determining an abused sensor during analyte measurement. Roche Diagnostics Operations, Roche Operations, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, July 12, 2011: US07977112 (84 worldwide citation)

A method of measuring an analyte in a biological fluid comprises applying an excitation signal having a DC component and an AC component. The AC and DC responses are measured; a corrected DC response is determined using the AC response; and a concentration of the analyte is determined based upon the ...


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James Maxwell, Rodney Raabe: Sliding spring latch. Siemens Energy & Automation, James G Morrow, December 13, 1988: US04790579 (76 worldwide citation)

A two-piece spring latch assembly operable as a closure device for a load center cabinet, wherein the latch assembly is slidably engagable with the door of a load center cabinet. The latch assembly includes a sliding latch body having a top surface with a depression for facilitating engagement of th ...


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David W Burke, Lance S Kuhn, James Maxwell: System and method for determining an abused sensor during analyte measurement. Roche Diagnostic Operations, Roche Operations, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, February 10, 2009: US07488601 (48 worldwide citation)

A method of measuring an analyte in a biological fluid comprises applying an excitation signal having a DC component and an AC component. The AC and DC responses are measured; a corrected DC response is determined using the AC response; and a concentration of the analyte is determined based upon the ...


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Rory James Maxwell Smith, Paul Stephen Bird: Ostomy bag filters. Welland Medical, Anthony A Laurentano, Lahive & Cockfield, November 25, 1997: US05690622 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a drainage bag for receiving bodily waste, the drainage bag comprises a water-impermeable inner bag (1) enclosed therein; means (6, 7) defining an orifice to enable bodily waste to be received by the inner bag (1); the outer (2) and inner (1) bags being detachably secured toge ...


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Rory James Maxwell Smith: Ostomy bag liner. Welland Medical, Anthony A Laurentano, Lahive & Cockfield, August 17, 1999: US05938647 (30 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a biodegradable, flushable ostomy bag liner including: inner walls (3, 4) formed from polyvinylacetate/polyvinylalcohol film of a grade which disintegrates within 60 seconds in water at 50.degree. C., but retains its structural integrity in water at 25.degree. C. for at least ...


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Donald Seielstad, Henry Tyrpin, Kevin Broderick, James Maxwell, David Record: Chewable product including active ingredient. Wm Wrigley Jr Company, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, August 5, 2003: US06602518 (30 worldwide citation)

Products and methods of delivering medicaments are provided. The product includes a consumable center and a compressible powder that is compressed around the center. The powder includes a medicament that may or may not be encapsulated.


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Smith Rory James Maxwell: Detergent compositions having improved bleaching effect.. Procter & Gamble, May 16, 1979: EP0001853-A1 (28 worldwide citation)

A neutral to mildly alkaline detergent composition based on a particulate crystalline aluminosilicate builder and containing a low level of a polyphosphonic acid, especially ethylene diamine tetramethylene phosphonic acid, or salt thereof. The composition exhibits excellent all-round detergency, esp ...


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Kerr James Maxwell Bp Chemical, Mcmahon John Bp Chemicals Ltd, Scotland James Mann Bp Chemica: Production of polybutenes.. Bp Chem Int, September 13, 1995: EP0671419-A1 (25 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of producing polyisobutenes from a feedstock comprising a mixture of C4 hydrocarbons and containing isobutene and at least 5% by weight of 1-butene using a cationic polymerisation catalyst, characterised in that prior to polymerisation, the feedstock is subjected t ...


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Rory James Maxwell Smith: Filter device for a tracheostoma. Kapitex Healthcare, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, September 16, 1997: US05666950 (24 worldwide citation)

A device for filtering air that is to be breathed through a tracheostoma, to simulate the role of the nose particularly in patients who have received a tracheostomy comprises a filter (20). The filter comprises a pre-filter (21) formed from electrostatically charged fibers, a first layer (22) formed ...


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Barson Craig, Smith Rory James Maxwell: Adhesive pad for a medical device. Focus Product Developments, August 23, 2006: GB2423267-A (21 worldwide citation)

An adhesive pad for securing a medical device, such as an ostomy appliance, urine leg bag or wound and fistula management products or products to contain the output of highly exuding wounds, to a body surface of a patient, comprises an interfacing layer 6, a layer of silicone bioadhesive 2 and a rel ...