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Joel Racchini, Michael Hilgers, Phil Stout, Thomas Rademacher, Joel Mechelke, Cass A Hanson: Devices, systems and methods for extracting bodily fluid and monitoring an analyte therein. Lifescan, August 21, 2007: US07258673 (208 worldwide citation)

An interstitial fluid (ISF) extraction device includes a penetration member configured for penetrating a target site of a user's skin layer and, subsequently, residing in the user's skin layer and extracting an ISF sample therefrom and at least three concentrically-arranged pressure rings, each adap ...


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Phil Stout, Todd Melander: Analytical device with prediction module and related methods. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, December 16, 2004: US20040253736-A1

An analytical device for predicting a subject's whole blood analyte concentration based on the subject's interstitial fluid (ISF) analyte concentration includes an ISF sampling module, an analysis module and a prediction module. The ISF sampling module is configured to sequentially extract a plurali ...


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Joel Mechelke, Thomas C Rademacher, Michael Edward Hilgers, Phil Stout: Method for extracting interstitial fluid. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, February 15, 2007: US20070038147-A1

A method for extracting interstitial fluid from a target site of a user includes adhesively attaching a floating ring of a sampling module for extracting interstitial fluid to the user in the vicinity of a target site and then mounting the sampling module to the floating ring and attaching the sampl ...


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Joel Mechelke, Thomas C Rademacher, Michael Edward Hilgers, Phil Stout: Sampling module for extracting interstitial fluid. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, February 15, 2007: US20070038148-A1

A sampling module for extracting interstitial fluid (ISF) from a user's body includes a housing assembly and a pressure ring assembly operatively contained within the housing assembly. The pressure ring assembly includes a penetration member configured for penetrating a target site of the user's bod ...


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Joel Racchini, Michael Edward Hilgers, Phil Stout, Thomas Rademacher, Joel Mechelke, Gass A Hanson: Devices, systems and methods for extracting bodily fluid and monitoring an analyte therein. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, February 7, 2008: US20080033320-A1

An interstitial fluid (ISF) extraction device includes a penetration member configured for penetrating a target site of a user's skin layer and, subsequently, residing in the user's skin layer and extracting an ISF sample therefrom and at least three concentrically-arranged pressure rings, each adap ...


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Phil Stout, Geoffrey Lillie, James Moffat: Method for feedback control of a microfluidic system. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, December 1, 2005: US20050266571-A1

A method for the feedback control of a microfluidic system includes measuring an electrical characteristic (such as impedance or resistance) of a position electrode(s) of the microfluidic system with a meter of the microfluidic system. A feedback controller is then employed to control the flow of bo ...


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Joel Racchini, Michael Hilgers, Phil Stout, Thomas Rademacher, Joel Mechelke, Cass A Hanson: Devices, systems and methods for extracting bodily fluid and monitoring an analyte therein. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, December 9, 2004: US20040249253-A1

A system for extracting a bodily fluid sample (e.g., an interstitial fluid [ISF] sample) and monitoring an analyte therein includes a disposable cartridge and a local controller module. The disposable cartridge includes a sampling module adapted to extract a bodily fluid sample and an analysis modul ...


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Joel Racchini, Phil Stout, Michael Edward Hilgers, Thomas Rademacher, Joel Mechelke, Cass A Hanson: Devices, systems and methods for extracting bodily fluid and monitoring an analyte therein. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, December 9, 2004: US20040249254-A1

A system for extracting a bodily fluid sample (e.g., an interstitial fluid [ISF] sample) and monitoring an analyte therein includes a disposable cartridge and a local controller module. The disposable cartridge includes a sampling module adapted to extract a bodily fluid sample and an analysis modul ...


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Phil Stout, Geoffrey Lillie, James Moffat: Microfluidic system with feedback control. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, January 19, 2006: US20060013731-A1

A microfluidic system for extracting a bodily fluid sample (e.g., an interstitial fluid sample) and monitoring an analyte therein includes an analysis module, a sampling module, a meter and a feedback controller. The analysis module has a micro-channel(s) for receiving and transporting the bodily fl ...