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Hans Lange, Herbert Argauer: Blood lancet device for withdrawing blood for diagnostic purposes. Boehringer Mannheim, September 10, 1996: US05554166 (404 worldwide citation)

Blood lancet device (1) for withdrawing blood from a patient for diagnostic purposes comprises a housing (10), a lancet holder (11) movable within the housing (10) for retaining a non-rotatable lancet (4) having a plastic lancet body (31), a lancet needle (33) fixed in the lancet body (31), a lancet ...


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Hans Lange, Dirk Bocker, Hermann Edelmann, Wolfgang Rudinger, Herbert Argauer: Blood lancet device for withdrawing blood for diagnostic purposes. Boehringer Mannheim, Barnes & Thornburg, June 7, 1994: US05318584 (367 worldwide citation)

Blood lancet device for withdrawing blood for diagnostic purposes, in which with the aid of a lancet drive (3) in a housing (1) a lancet holder (6) with a lancet (34) positioned in it and moveable along a predetermined, straight puncture path is moved until the tip (35) of the lancet emerges from th ...


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Walter J O Brien: Blood lancet device. Alvin S Blum, May 15, 1990: US04924879 (348 worldwide citation)

A blood letting lancet assembly for puncturing the skin of the finger tip for home use that causes less pain includes a mechanism for reproducibly orienting the assembly on the finger tip. The blade may be moved to any of a plurality of indexed positions within the device. By indexing the blade to t ...


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John D Harding: Adjustable tip for lancet device. Palco Laboratories, Bruce H Johnsonbaugh, March 25, 1997: US05613978 (270 worldwide citation)

An adjustable tip for a blood lancet device for causing different depths of skin puncture is provided. An inner sleeve has a partially enclosed distal end which forms a stop for the shoulder of the lancet. An outer sleeve is pressed together with a cylindrical ring to form an internal camming surfac ...


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Dieter Meinecke, Werner Schmidt, Rudolf Schussler, Rainer van Rijckevorsel: Blood lancet device. Clinicon Mannheim, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, April 17, 1984: US04442836 (219 worldwide citation)

A blood lancet device for taking blood for diagnostic purposes, having a housing with an exit opening for the lancet, a lancet guide for guiding the puncturing and return movement of the lancet, a spring drive for movement of the lancet and a stop by means of which the lancet is held in a position r ...


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Lange Hans, Argauer Herbert: Blood lancet device for obtaining blood samples for diagnosis purposes.. Boehringer Mannheim, December 28, 1994: EP0630609-A2 (102 worldwide citation)

Blood lancet device for obtaining blood samples for diagnostic purposes, comprising a housing (10), a lancet holder (11) which is movable in the housing (10) for mounting of a lancet (4), and a lancet drive for driving the puncturing and withdrawal movement of the lancet holder (11). At the front en ...


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Lange Hans, Boecker Dirk Dr Dr, Edelmann Hermann, Ruedinger Wolfgang Dr Dr, Argauer Herbert: Blood lancet device for obtaining blood samples for diagnosis purpose.. Boehringer Mannheim, October 20, 1993: EP0565970-A1 (49 worldwide citation)

Blood lancet device for obtaining blood samples for diagnosis purposes, in which a lancet holder (6) movable along a predetermined straight puncturing path and containing a lancet (34) is moved with the aid of a lancet drive (3) in a housing (1) until the tip (35) of the lancet emerges from the emer ...


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Norbert Leopoldi, William P Heinrich: Sanitary blood lancet device. Cloverline, McWilliams Mann Zummer and Sweeney, June 5, 1984: US04452243 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises a blood lancet device for puncturing the fleshy part on the inner side of a finger tip, or an ear lobe, in order to draw blood for a hemoglobin test, or other type of blood test and which is completely sanitary to avoid any possibility of contamination of the blood drawn for ...


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Kuhr Hans Juergen Dr, Argauer Herbert: Blood lancet device for obtaining blood samples for diagnosis purposes. Roche Diagnostics, April 11, 2001: EP1090584-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

The lancet unit for taking blood samples for diagnostic purposes comprises a drive spring (17) and a rotor which has a working surface (23) with vertices (27) at a maximum distance from its axis of rotation, and is connected to lancet holder in such a way that the lancet point emerges from the lance ...


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Charles D Starnes: Adjustable tip with integrated detent for blood lancet system. Caribbean Medical Brokers, Thomas C Saitta, March 2, 2010: US07670352 (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an adjustable tip for a blood lancet device that is adjustable between several distances for varying the depth of skin puncture by a lancet needle. The adjustable tip includes a sleeve having a helical groove with spaced depressions and an end cap placed over and attached to the sleeve. ...



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