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Flock Stephen T, Marchitto Kevin S: Optical imaging of subsurface anatomical structures and biomolecules. Flock Stephen T, Marchitto Kevin S, ADLER Benjamin A, November 8, 2001: WO/2001/082786 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides various methods/systems of optical imaging of subsurface anatomical structures and biomolecules utilizing red and infrared radiant energy. Also provided are various applications of such methods/systems in medical diagnosis and treatment.


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Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T: Electromagnetic energy driven separation methods. Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T, May 15, 2002: EP1204469-A1

The present invention provides electromagnetic energy driven separation methods, including methods for separating molecules in a mixture, for increasing diffusion rate of a substance in a medium, and for moving fluids on a substrate. Such methods work with extremely small volumes of target and may b ...


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Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T: Remote and local controlled delivery of pharmaceutical compounds using electromagnetic energy. Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T, February 20, 2002: EP1180053-A1

The present invention provides a method/system for remote and local controlled delivery of pharmaceutical compounds or biomolecule collection using electromagnetic energy. Controlled electromagnetic energy driven systems are integrated into patches and other delivery devices. Also provided is a drug ...


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Flock Stephen T, Marchitto Kevin S, Vestal Charles H, Lehmann Paul: Laser adapted to assist topical anesthetic permeation. Transmedica International, February 5, 2003: EP1281367-A2

Laser adapted to assist topical anesthetic permeation. The laser device, comprising a housing and a laser element in the housing adapted to emit one or more light beams onto the skin of a patient, the one or more light beams having a predetermined energy such that the permeability of the stratum cor ...


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Flock Stephen T, Marchitto Kevin S: Optical monitor of anatomical movement. Flock Stephen T, Marchitto Kevin S, ADLER Benjamin A, December 7, 2000: WO/2000/072748

The present invention provides an apparatus, and means for non-invasive measuring of the real time movement of external or internal body parts; thereby improving the diagnosis of, for example, respiratory disease, and the monitoring of therapy. The apparatus comprises a source of illumination (20), ...


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Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T: Remote and local controlled delivery of pharmaceutical compounds using electromagnetic energy. Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T, ADLER Benjamin A, November 23, 2000: WO/2000/069515

The present invention provides a method/system for remote and local controlled delivery of pharmaceutical compounds or biomolecule collection using electromagnetic energy. Controlled electromagnetic energy driven systems are integrated into patches and other delivery devices. Also provided is a drug ...


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Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T: Electromagnetic energy driven separation methods. Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T, ADLER Benjamin A, November 23, 2000: WO/2000/069554

The present invention provides electromagnetic energy driven separation methods, including methods for separating molecules in a mixture, for increasing diffusion rate of a substance in a medium, and for moving fluids on a substrate. Such methods work with extremely small volumes of target and may b ...


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Flock Stephen T, Marchitto Kevin S, Vestal Charles H, Lehman Paul: Laser assisted topical anesthetic permeation. Transmedica International, sSCHNEIDER Carol A, August 6, 1998: WO/1998/033444

The present invention provides an improved method of administering a pharmaceutical composition, such as an anesthetic through the skin of a patient without the use of a sharp or needle. This method includes the step of irradiating the stratum corneum of a region of the skin of the patient using a l ...


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Marchitto Kevin S, Flock Stephen T: Irradiation enhanced permeation and collection. Transmedica International, sSCHNEIDER Carol A, April 4, 2002: WO/2002/026148

The present invention provides a method of collecting biomolecules via permeation through the skin of a subject, by energizing the stratum corneum in conjunction with various collection means including gels and dressing materials. Permeability enhancement or reduced electrical impedance of the skin ...