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Eric B Shain, Michael G Lowery, David D Cunningham, Timothy P Henning, Douglas F Young: Method and apparatus for obtaining blood for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, February 22, 2000: US06027459 (531 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of blood from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g., glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of:


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David D Cunningham, Timothy P Henning, Eric B Shain, Douglas F Young, Michael G Lowery, Thomas G Schapira: Method and apparatus for obtaining blood for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, March 27, 2001: US06206841 (459 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of blood from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g., glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of:


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David D Cunningham, Timothy P Henning, Eric B Shain, Douglas F Young, Michael G Lowery, Thomas G Schapira: Method and apparatus for obtaining blood for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, June 6, 2000: US06071251 (453 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of blood from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g., glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of:


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David D Cunningham, Timothy P Henning, Eric B Shain, Douglas F Young, Michael G Lowery, Hugh W Graham: Method and apparatus for obtaining blood for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, June 6, 2000: US06071249 (425 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of blood from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g., glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of:


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Timothy P Henning, Michael G Lowery: Device and method for obtaining interstitial fluid from a patient for diagnostic tests. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, March 25, 2003: US06537243 (178 worldwide citation)

A device for obtaining a sample of interstitial fluid from a patient for use in monitoring the level of blood glucose in the patient. The device comprises a hollow tube having a wall surrounding a cavity, wherein the wall of the tube contains a multiplicity of pores.


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John P Grace, Neil W Loomis, Thomas G Schapira, Sie Ting Wong, Kristin M Noonan, Michael G Lowery, Pete M Bojan, Daniel P Schmidt, Tung Ming Huang, Robert G Hiltibran, Mark R Pope, John J Kotlarik, Brian Joseph Tarkowski, David Dean Cunningham: Apparatus and method for the collection of interstitial fluids. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, September 7, 2004: US06786874 (147 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves apparatus and methods for use in collecting bodily fluids, such as interstitial fluids, from the epidermal layer of an animal. A preferred apparatus includes a pressure head and, optionally, a holder therefor for supplying a positive pressure to the head. The methods i ...


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Omar S Khalil, Frits F M de Mul, Charles F Hanna, Arnold F Stalder, Shu jen Yeh, Xiaomao Wu, Michael G Lowery, Johannes S Kanger, René A Bolt: Non-invasive sensor having controllable temperature feature. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, December 9, 2003: US06662030 (111 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for non-invasively measuring at least one parameter of a sample, such as the presence or concentration of an analyte, in a body part wherein the temperature is controlled. The present invention measures light that is reflected, scattered, absorbed, or emitted by the sample from a ...


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Douglas D Hansmann, John P Grace, Michael G Lowery, Gary M Oosta, Neil W Loomis, Eric B Shain, Thomas G Schapira: Devices and methods utilizing arrays of structures for analyte capture. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, Gregory W Steele, January 13, 1998: US05707799 (110 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to analytical devices for determining the presence or amount of an analyte in a test sample. The analytical devices comprise an inlet port, a vent, a channel, and an array of structures. The structures have immobilized reagent covalently or non-covalently attached to th ...


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Douglas D Hansmann, John P Grace, Michael G Lowery, Gary M Oosta, Neil W Loomis, Eric B Shain, Thomas G Schapira: Devices and methods utilizing arrays of structures for analyte capture. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, Gregory W Steele, September 14, 1999: US05952173 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to analytical devices for determining the presence or amount of an analyte in a test sample. The analytical devices comprise an inlet port, a vent, a channel, and an array of structures. The structures have immobilized reagent covalently or non-covalently attached to th ...


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Richard L Columbus, Harvey J Palmer, John Brian Barclay, Ted J Hanagan, Michael G Lowery, Edward J Gutierrez, Douglas Duroux Hansmann, Daniel Patrick Schmidt: Blood collection device. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, April 28, 1998: US05743861 (64 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a fluid collection device wherein multiple, individual, samples of fluid can be withdrawn simultaneously. The device includes an evacuated chamber and an adapter which substantially simultaneously distributes the blood to each individual chamber.