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Benjamin J Feldman, Adam Heller, Ephraim Heller, Fei Mao, Joseph A Vivolo, Jeffery V Funderburk, Fredric C Colman, Rajesh Krishnan: Small volume in vitro analyte sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease, February 13, 2018: US09891185

A sensor utilizing a non-leachable or diffusible redox mediator is described. The sensor includes a sample chamber to hold a sample in electrolytic contact with a working electrode, and in at least some instances, the sensor also contains a non-leachable or a diffusible second electron transfer agen ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Integrated sample acquisition and analyte measurement device. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Brian E Davy, Bozicevic Field & Francis, April 28, 2015: US09017259

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 ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Method for integrated sample acquisition and analyte measurement device. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Brian E Davy, Bozicevic Field & Francis, March 1, 2016: US09271669

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 ...


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Yi Wang, Benjamin J Feldman: Methods of making a test sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Bozicevic Field & Francis, April 18, 2017: US09625411

A sensor, and methods of making, for determining the concentration of an analyte, such as glucose, in a biological fluid such as blood or serum, using techniques such as coulometry, amperometry, and potentiometry. The sensor includes a working electrode and a counter electrode, and may include an in ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Integrated Sample Acquisition and Analyte Measurement Device. TheraSense, Jackson & Co, January 31, 2008: US20080027302-A1

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 ...


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Integrated Sample Acquisition and Analyte Measurement Device. January 15, 2015: US20150018655-A1

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 ...


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Integrated Sample Acquisition and Analyte Measurement Device. September 3, 2015: US20150245791-A1

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 ...


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Integrated Sample Acquisition and Analyte Measurement Device. August 18, 2016: US20160235350-A1

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 ...


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Analyte Sensors and Methods of Use. April 6, 2017: US20170097316-A1

Analyte sensors for determining the concentration of an analyte in a sample. The sensors have a sample chamber having an inlet with a projection extending from an edge of the sensor for facilitating flow of sample into the sample chamber.


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Methods of making a test sensor. September 21, 2017: US20170269020-A1

A sensor, and methods of making, for determining the concentration of an analyte, such as glucose, in a biological fluid such as blood or serum, using techniques such as coulometry, amperometry, and potentiometry. The sensor includes a working electrode and a counter electrode, and may include an in ...