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Somakumar R
ROSS ALEXANDER SETH, TIWARI ARVIND, MEETHAL MANOJ KUMAR KOYITHITTA, PANICKER SOMAKUMAR RAMACHANDRA, MAHALINGAM SAKETHRAMAN: [fr] Système et procédé pour la génération dexcitation dans une tomographie de terrain mou, [de] System und Verfahren zur Erzeugung von Reizen bei der Soft-Feld-Tomographie, [en] System and method for excitation generation in soft-field tomography. GEN ELECTRIC, January 9, 2013: EP2543311-A1

[en] A system and method for excitation generation in soft-field tomography are provided. One method includes applying a plurality of phase modulated (or phase and amplitude modulated) excitations to a plurality of transducers of a data acquisition system positioned proximate a surface of an object ...


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Marek Brejl
Samuel W Peterson, Thomas J Gleeson, Marek Brejl, Marguerite Kirkby: Systems and methods for virtual identification of polyps. Vital Images, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 21, 2012: US08249687 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of operating on volumetric imaging data representing organ anatomy includes determining whether a polyp location within a specified range from a viewing point is visible, or hidden by an anatomical feature, and marking the polyp as visible or hidden with a viewable indicator.


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke, Keith A Friedman, Fredric C Colman: Analyte monitoring device and methods of use. Therasense, Merchant & Gould P C, January 16, 2001: US06175752 (1535 worldwide citation)

An analyte monitor includes a sensor, a sensor control unit, and a display unit. The sensor has, for example, a substrate, a recessed channel formed in the substrate, and conductive material disposed in the recessed channel to form a working electrode. The sensor control unit typically has a housing ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte. E Heller & Company, Merchant & Gould P C, October 17, 2000: US06134461 (1172 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor formed using conductive traces on a substrate can be used for determining and/or monitoring a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. For example, an implantable sensor may be used for the continuous or automatic monitoring of a level of a ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Orville R Rule III, David I Whitmoyer, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann: Glucose monitoring system. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 12, 1996: US05497772 (1108 worldwide citation)

A glucose monitoring system continuously measures the glucose concentration in a patient's blood, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset limits. If not, an audible and/or visua ...


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Peter C Lord, William P Van Antwerp, John J Mastrototaro, Paul S Cheney II, Nannette M Schnabel: Transcutaneous sensor insertion set. MiniMed, Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, February 21, 1995: US05390671 (1099 worldwide citation)

An insertion set is provided for transcutaneous placement of a sensor such as a glucose sensor at a selected site within the body of a patient. The insertion set comprises a slotted insertion needle extending through a mounting base adapted for mounting onto the patient's skin. A flexible thin film ...


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Edgardo C Halili, John J Mastrototaro: Transcutaneous sensor insertion set. MiniMed, Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, December 24, 1996: US05586553 (1043 worldwide citation)

An insertion set is provided for transcutaneous placement of a sensor such as a glucose sensor at a selected site within the body of a patient. The insertion set comprises a slotted insertion needle extending through a mounting base adapted for mounting onto the patient's skin. A flexible thin film ...


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Adam Heller, Steven H Drucker, Robert Y Jin, Jeffery V Funderburk: Analyte monitoring device and methods of use. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, May 6, 2003: US06560471 (1026 worldwide citation)

An analyte monitor includes a sensor, a sensor control unit, and a display unit. The sensor has, for example, a substrate, a recessed channel formed in the substrate, and conductive material disposed in the recessed channel to form a working electrode. The sensor control unit typically has a housing ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, November 19, 2002: US06484046 (1001 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor having conductive traces on a substrate is used to determine a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. The electrochemical analyte sensor includes a substrate and conductive material disposed on the substrate, the conductive material formi ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Small volume in vitro analyte sensor with diffusible or non-leachable redox mediator. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, July 8, 2003: US06591125 (998 worldwide citation)

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...