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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 (1332 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, Keith A Friedman, Fredric C Colman: Analyte monitoring device and methods of use. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, May 20, 2003: US06565509 (964 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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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 (896 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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Nigel F Carter, Geoffrey R Chambers, Graham J Hughes, Steven Scott, Gurdial S Sanghera, Jared L Watkin: Electrochemical sensor. MediSense, Fish & Richardson P C, May 13, 1997: US05628890 (864 worldwide citation)

An electrode strip for use in an electrochemical sensor for measuring a compound in a sample is provided, including an electrode support, a reference or counter electrode disposed on the support, a working electrode spaced from the reference or counter electrode on the support, a covering layer defi ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Rajiv Shah: Electrochemical sensor and integrity tests therefor. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Abraham N Seidman, July 11, 2000: US06088608 (758 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical sensor includes electronic circuitry for automatically performing on a periodic basis, e.g., every 1 to 24 hours, specified integrity tests which verify proper operation of the sensor.


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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco, Jay D Audett, Hyun Cho, Duane O Yamasaki, Adam Heller: Mass transport limited in vivo analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, November 25, 2003: US06654625 (738 worldwide citation)

An in vivo electrochemical sensor including a working electrode, and an analyte-responsive sensing layer proximate the working electrode. The sensing layer is exposed at an edge of the sensor, wherein the sensor signal is limited, at least in part, by mass transport of analyte to the sensing layer. ...


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W Kenneth Ward, Eric S Wilgus: Device for monitoring changes in analyte concentration. Kolisch Hartwell Dickinson McCormack & Heuser, January 27, 1998: US05711861 (677 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an electrochemical sensor system for measuring analyte concentrations in a sample fluid. The invention is particularly useful for measuring analytes such as glucose in a patient. An implantable glucose sensor includes a disc-shaped body containing multiple anodes on opposing s ...


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Eric R Diebold, Richard J Kordal, Nigel A Surridge, Christopher D Wilsey: Electrochemical sensor. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, August 1, 1995: US05437999 (641 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating high-resolution, biocompatible electrodes is disclosed, allowing production of an electrochemical sensor which is capable of precise analyte concentration determination on a very small sample size. Electrically conducting material is affixed to a first insulating substrate. ...


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W Kenneth Ward, Eric S Wilgus: Device for monitoring changes in analyte concentration. Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center, Stoel Rives, April 3, 2001: US06212416 (589 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an electrochemical sensor system for measuring analyte concentrations in a fluid sample. The invention is particularly useful for measuring analytes such as glucose in a patient. An implantable glucose sensor includes a disc-shaped sensor body containing multiple anodes on opp ...


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Thomas C Maley, Paul A D Orazio, Bonnie C Dalzell, Peter G Edelman, James E Flaherty, Richard W Mason, Robert R McCaffrey: Electrochemical sensors. Ciba Corning Diagnostics, Nicholas I Slepchuk Jr, Arthur S Morgenstern, Judith A Roesler, February 27, 1996: US05494562 (550 worldwide citation)

A solid state, multi-use electrochemical sensor having an electrically nonconductive substrate, a working electrode, and a semi-permeable membrane covering the working electrode. The working electrode includes an electrically conductive material adhered to a portion of the substrate. A first portion ...



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