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Bylund Adam David, Durban William Jefferey, Wardle Michael D, Long Karen M, Mcclusky Joseph, Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias: Systems for remotely controlling medication infusion and analyte monitoring. Lifescan, August 27, 2003: EP1338295-A1 (234 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods are provided for remotely controlling medication delivery to a patient by means of a medication infusion pump, such as a subcutaneous infusion pump, and for remotely controlling the monitoring of one or more physiological fluid analytes such as by a percutaneous measurem ...


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Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias, Mccluskey Joseph: Methods of monitoring the concentration of an analyte. Lifescan Scotland, January 4, 2006: EP1611839-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

Methods are disclosed for remotely monitoring an analyte concentration of an individual by one or more other individuals.


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Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias, Mccluskey Joseph: Analyte monitoring system with wireless alarm. Lifescan Scotland, January 4, 2006: EP1611838-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

Systems are disclosed for remotely monitoring an analyte concentration of an individual by one or more other individuals.


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Bylund Adam David, Durban William Jefferey, Wardle Michael D, Long Karen M, Mcclusky Joe, Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias: System and method for remotely controlling dose of infusion and monitoring of specific component. Lifescan, October 14, 2003: JP2003-290345 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a device, system and method for remotely controlling feeding of a medicine to a patient by an infusion dosing pump such as a hypodermic injection pump and monitoring of one or more specific components of a physiological fluid by a percutaneous measuring device or the ...


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Bylund Adam David, Durban William Jefferey, Wardle Michael D, Long Karen M, Mcclusky Joe, Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias: Systems and methods for remotely controlling medication infusion and analyte monitoring. Lifescan, FIELD Bret E, September 4, 2003: WO/2003/071930

The systems of the present invention include a medication infusion pump (4) and a hand-held 'fob' (6) for the remote control of the infusion pump and/or measurement device (300). In addition to remotely controlling the insulin pump and the measurement device, the fob provides for the consolidation o ...


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Moerman Piet, Mcaleer Jerome F, Steine Matthias: Combined lancet and electrochemical analyte-testing apparatus. Inverness Medical Technology, Moerman Piet, Mcaleer Jerome F, Steine Matthias, LARSON Marina T, September 7, 2001: WO/2001/064105

An apparatus for detection and quantitation of an electrochemically-detectable analyte, such as glucose, in blood or interstitial fluid includes a meter unit, a lancet and an electrochemical sensor. Of these components, the meter is preferably reusable, while the lancet and the electrochemical senso ...


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Moerman Piet, Mcaleer Jerome F, Steine Matthias: Combined lancet and electrochemical analyte-testing apparatus. Inverness Medical Technology I, December 18, 2002: EP1265530-A1

An apparatus for detection and quantitation of an electrochemically-detectable analyte, such as glucose, in blood or interstitial fluid includes a meter unit, a lancet and an electrochemical sensor. Of these components, the meter is preferably reusable, while the lancet and the electrochemical senso ...


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Bylund Adam David, Durban William Jefferey, Wardle Michael D, Long Karen M, Mcclusky Joe, Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias: System and method for remotely controlling medication infusion and anayte monitoring. Lifescan, September 2, 2003: KR1020030012064

PURPOSE: Provided are systems and methods for remotely controlling medication infusion and analyte monitoring, which provide even greater flexibility to accommodate the real-time, immediate needs of each patient and to particularly control the real-time delivery of such medication. CONSTITUTION: The ...


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Kraft Ulrich, Ebner Manfred, Steine Matthias, Mc Cluskey Joseph: Method for monitoring concentration of analyte, capable of controlling concentration of persons analyte by another person in remote. Lifescan Scotland, May 18, 2006: KR1020050057912

PURPOSE: A method for monitoring concentration of analyte is provided to transmit data of a patient and generate a warning signal by monitoring remote monitoring a patient. CONSTITUTION: A method for monitoring concentration of analyte includes the steps of: detecting a concentration of a persons an ...