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Freeman Dominique M, Boecker Dirk, Alden Don, Mauze Ganapati: Method and apparatus for a point of care device. Pelikan Technologies, Freeman Dominique M, Boecker Dirk, Alden Don, Mauze Ganapati, TUNG Hao Y, December 29, 2004: WO/2004/112602 (167 worldwide citation)

A plurality of Point-of-Care (POC) tests on a single cartridge (300) is provided such that sequential or nonsequential tests may be performed in an integrated fashion without changing the test cartridge. Each cartridge can contain a penetrating member sensor (302) combination in a radial disk format ...


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Dominique M Freeman, Dirk Boecker, Don Alden, Ganapati Mauze: Method and apparatus for a point of care device. Pelikan Technologies, Paul Davis, Goodwin Procter, October 20, 2009: US07604592 (156 worldwide citation)

A plurality of Point-of-Care (POC) tests on a single cartridge (300) is provided such that sequential or nonsequential tests may be performed in an integrated fashion without changing the test cartridge. Each cartridge can contain a penetrating member sensor (302) combination in a radial disk format ...


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Freeman Dominique M, Boecker Dirk, Alden Don, Mauze Ganapati: Method and apparatus for a point of care device. Pelikan Technologies, March 22, 2006: EP1635700-A1

A plurality of Point-of-Care (POC) tests on a single cartridge (300) is provided such that sequential or nonsequential tests may be performed in an integrated fashion without changing the test cartridge. Each cartridge can contain a penetrating member sensor (302) combination in a radial disk format ...


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Dominique M Freeman, Dirk Boecker, Dop Alden, Ganapati Mauze: Method and apparatus for a point of care device. Heller Ehrman, December 7, 2006: US20060276724-A1

A plurality of Point-of-Care (POC) tests on a single cartridge (300) is provided such that sequential or nonsequential tests may be performed in an integrated fashion without changing the test cartridge. Each cartridge can contain a penetrating member sensor (302) combination in a radial disk format ...


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Method and Apparatus for Autonomous Minimally-Invasive Capillary Blood Extraction. April 18, 2019: US20190110725-A1

The present invention provides method and apparatus for minimally-invasive capillary blood extraction comprising an apparatus capable of the harnessing the energy from frequent natural mammalian movements and then converting it into forces needed to execute skin lancing, specifically an insertion of ...