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Ronald T Stanko: Method for improving the glucose metabolism of an animal having diabetic tendencies. Montefiore Hospital Association of Western Pennsylvania, Harry B Keck, October 17, 1989: US04874790 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for treating animals having diabetic tendencies to improve the glucose metabolism of the animal by oral administration of therapeutically effective amounts of pyruvate and dihydroxyacetone. The treatment lowers Glucose Tolerance Test Values and lowers Fasting Blood Glucose Test values.


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J Craig Barnett: Glucose level measuring apparatus. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Walter C Farley, January 5, 1988: US04717546 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for automatically performing a blood glucose test includes a cylindrical carrier with a holder for receiving a reagent pad. Upon receiving the pad, the carrier holds the pad for a predetermined reaction time and then rotates the pad successively to washing and de-watering stations. Afte ...


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Kenneth Nipp: Container for storing materials for use by diabetics. Harry M Weiss, July 18, 1989: US04848587 (15 worldwide citation)

An improved container for storing medical supplies most commonly used by diabetics is described. Five compartments are provided arranged within an openable rectangular box with substantially no waste space. A first longitudinal compartment runs the entire length of the box for receiving packaged ste ...


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Carmine Greene, Ibrahim A Ismail, Wen H Wu: Nonenzymatic glucose test. Miles, Roger N Coe, May 26, 1992: US05116763 (11 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a nonenzymatic method useful for the semiquantitative determination of glucose, a test composition and test device. Glucose concentration in an aqueous test sample can be determined by preparing a test solution by contacting an aqueous test sample and a dihydroxide component, ...


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Stephen J Brown: System for performing diabetes self-care. Health Hero Network, Christopher P Maiorana PC, March 8, 2011: US07901625 (9 worldwide citation)

A system for performing diabetes self-care using at least two devices in communication with one another, comprising (a) a blood glucose monitoring device, including (i) a receptacle for receiving an amount of blood sufficient for the monitoring device to run a blood glucose test sequence, (ii) proce ...


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Zocchi Michael R: Sensor array. Abbott Laboratories, Zocchi Michael R, WEINSTEIN David L, February 23, 2006: WO/2006/019665 (9 worldwide citation)

A sensor array designed to be continuously indexed through a compatible blood glucose test monitor for the purpose of conducting multiple consecutive blood glucose measurements. The sensor array can be configured to substantially conform to a non-planar surface. In one embodiment, the sensor array i ...


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CHA Kyoung Ha, JENSEN Gary C, COHAN Bruce E, MEYERHOFF Mark E: [fr] PROCÉDÉ POUR DÉTERMINER LA CONCENTRATION EN GLUCOSE DES LARMES À LAIDE DES BÂTONNETS DIAGNOSTIQUES DE LA GLYCÉMIE, [en] METHOD FOR DETERMINING TEAR GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION WITH BLOOD GLUCOSE TEST STRIPS. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MANSFIELD Stephanie M, October 2, 2014: WO/2014/160210 (9 worldwide citation)

[en] A method for determining glucose concentration in tear fluid includes providing a blood glucose test strip having glucose dehydrogenase as an active enzyme provided therein, receiving a tear fluid sample via fluid communication of the blood glucose test strip with an eye region of a subject, an ...


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Harttig Herbert Dr, List Hans, Roesicke Bernd, Kocherscheidt Gerrit, Thoes Bruno, Asfour Jean Michel: Analytical consumables and arrangement for reading information. Hoffmann La Roche, Roche Diagnostics, August 29, 2007: EP1826705-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

The unit has a test band (18) for application of a sample, and an information carrier (14), which includes a two-dimensional code, which is formed of graphical symbols, for machine readable provision of test specific information. The code includes a basis code surface containing the information, and ...


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Jurik Franklin, Stubbs Andrea, Dao Mimi Diemmy, Chang Carol: Visual blood glucose test strip. Lifescan, March 15, 2000: EP0985930-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

A visual blood glucose test strip (10), comprises: a) a spreading layer (12) for accepting a blood sample on a major surface and passing the sample to a second major surface, opposite; b) an intermediate layer (14) comprising first and second membranes (14a,14b), substantially side-by-side, each hav ...



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