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Arthur P DeMarzo: Blood glucose monitoring system. Welsh & Katz, September 4, 1990: US04953552 (1068 worldwide citation)

A blood glucose monitoring system includes a generally planar disposable adhesive patch having a needle type glucose sensor and a second electrode mounted thereon, as well as first and second electrode connectors projecting from an upper surface of the patch and being in electrical connection with t ...


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James M Lepper Jr, Mohamed Kheir Diab: Blood glucose monitoring system. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 28, 1998: US05743262 (903 worldwide citation)

A blood glucose monitoring system includes a broadband light source and a specially fabricated optical filter for modulating optical radiation to be transmitted through a fleshy medium. Optical radiation which passes through the fleshy medium is detected by an optical detector which generates an ele ...


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Esmaiel Kiani Azarbayjany, Mohamed Kheir Diab, James M Lepper Jr: Active pulse blood constituent monitoring. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear L, June 17, 1997: US05638816 (516 worldwide citation)

A blood glucose monitoring system is disclosed which provides for inducing an active pulse in the blood volume of a patient. The induction of an active pulse results in a cyclic, and periodic change in the flow of blood through a fleshy medium under test. By actively inducing a change of the blood v ...


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James M Lepper Jr, Mohamed Kheir Diab: Blood glucose monitoring system. Masimo Laboratories, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 29, 2000: US06110522 (433 worldwide citation)

A blood glucose monitoring system includes a broadband light source and a specially fabricated optical filter for modulating optical radiation to be transmitted through a fleshy medium. Optical radiation which passes through the fleshy medium is detected by an optical detector which generates an ele ...


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Esmaiel Kiani Azarbayjany, Mohamed Kheir Diab, James M Lepper Jr: Active pulse blood constituent monitoring. Masimo Laboratories, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 16, 2005: US06931268 (399 worldwide citation)

A blood glucose monitoring system is disclosed which provides for inducing an active pulse in the blood volume of a patient. The induction of an active pulse results in a cyclic, and periodic change in the flow of blood through a fleshy medium under test. By actively inducing a change of the blood v ...


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Timothy Hemenway Button, Scott Forster Percy: Vial and cartridge reading device providing audio feedback for a blood glucose monitoring system. Eli Lilly and Company, Michael T Bates, David E Boone, July 28, 1998: US05786584 (253 worldwide citation)

A device for reading the labeled contents of an insulin container and then providing an audible message informing the user of the labeled contents. The device includes a recessed surface, such as a cylindrical well, into which an insulin container is insertable by a vision impaired person. An optica ...


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Emil W Ciurczak, Kevin P Bynum, Howard Mark: Near infrared blood glucose monitoring system. Euro Celtique, Davidson Davidson & Kappel, January 6, 2004: US06675030 (150 worldwide citation)

An individualized modeling equation for predicting a patient's blood glucose values is generated as a function of non-invasive spectral scans of a body part and an analysis of blood samples from the patient, and is stored on a central computer. The central computer predicts a blood glucose valu ...


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Ciurczak Emil W, Mark Howard, Bynum Kevin P: Near infrared blood glucose monitoring system. Euro Celtique, Ciurczak Emil W, Mark Howard, Bynum Kevin P, DAVIDSON C M, February 28, 2002: WO/2002/016905 (30 worldwide citation)

An individualized modeling equation for predicting a patient's blood glucose values is generated as a function of non-invasive spectral scans of a body part and an analysis of blood samples from the patient, and is stored on a central computer. The central computer predicts a blood glucose value for ...


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John N Border, John Haddick, Joseph Bietry: Eye imaging in head worn computing. Osterhout Group, GTC Law Group PC & Affiliates, January 3, 2017: US09532714 (27 worldwide citation)

Aspects of the present invention relate to methods and systems for imaging, recognizing, and tracking of a user's eye that is wearing a HWC. Aspects further relate to the processing of images reflected from the user's eye and controlling displayed content in accordance therewith. Aspects further rel ...


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John N Border, John Haddick, Joseph Bietry: Eye imaging in head worn computing. Osterhout Group, GTC Law Group PC & Affiliates, January 10, 2017: US09538915 (25 worldwide citation)

Aspects of the present invention relate to methods and systems for imaging, recognizing, and tracking of a user's eye that is wearing a HWC. Aspects further relate to the processing of images reflected from the user's eye and controlling displayed content in accordance therewith. Aspects further rel ...