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The ambIT or techn ico is r efiere to couple devices to the m AMPLING Deu na substan aq ue deb and be a nished and more specifically to methods and dis positive for storing the sampling of a substance to be analyzed and with measuring devices in a usable condition safe. Typically, a drop of blood for this type of analysis is obtained by making a small incision in the fingertip, creating a small b.mose, which generates a small blood droplet on the surface of the skin.
Some early methods of lancing included piercing or cracked skin with a needle or razor. The actu methods use a signal I d evices unction q ue p c ontienen estadisticx multitude of springs and masses ctuadores cams and to handle the lancet. These include cantilever springs, diaphragms, coil springs, themselves as a gravity os pom used for the ma Nejar the nceta. El d ispositivo p uede s er The d ispositivo p er s ou.
In addition to vibratory stimulation of probailidad skin by the driver impacts the end stop of a launcher, the onocidos c d evices bas ed on Ortes res have pos ibility firing lancets qu e osc ilan harmonically against the patient’s tissue, causing multiple impacts from redounded.
This resulted and the multiple impacts of the lancet are a major obstacle to the implementation of a structured glucose control the patient’s regimen. La s angre puede aparecer The angre s may appear. The “command or” gene eralmente involves pressing the side of the digit or in proximity to the wound to draw blood to the surface. In estaistica methods, the drop of blood produced by puncturing action must reach the surface skin to be viable for testing.
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When existing methods often blood flows from the severed blood vessels are used, but then it becomes trapped below the skin surface, forming a hematoma. Estwdistica otros casos, se crea una herida, pero la sangre no fluye desde la herida. In other cases, a wound is created, but blood does not flow from the wound. In any case, the lancing process can not be combined probabilidqd sample acquisition and testing stage. Pitching mechanics will only provide the means to achieve integrated acquisition and sample test if one of two impacts not get spontaneous blood sample.
The gra nn umber of steps in the m traditional ethods test glucose extend from the puncture milking blood, applying the blood to the strip holds the test and obtaining measurements from the strip for testing discourages many diabetic patients to test glucose levels in their blood as often as they are recommended.
In addition, the pain associated with each lancing event discourages patients from elemetos. In addition, the channel of the wound left in patients known systems can also be a non-tama that des encouraged here them elmef so n os with m years or those who text are preoc upados around the healing channels wound resulting from testing their glucose levels. For those patients, the management of the lancet Y on samples test equipment can be a challenge.
Una vez creada una gotita de sangre, esa Once you b.mde a droplet of blood, that. If the placement of the sample on the strip is unsuccessful, repeating the whole procedure is required including cutting into the skin to obtain a drop of fresh blood.
This large blood requirement makes control experience a painful experience for the user because the user may need a deeper understanding of what is probabipidad comfortable to get enough blood generation cut. Alternatively, if insufficient blood is spontaneously generated, the user may need to “milk” the wound to squeeze enough blood to the skin surface. Discomfort and discomfort associated with these events lancing may deter a user to perform checking their glucose levels in blood and rigorous enough to control their diabetes manner.
The itivos dispos or tilizados for Medici on the level of hydrophilic substances is to be ana d ebe ized normally stored in a humidity controlled environment or other secure environment to maintain estaxistica life of the device.
A menudo esto implica el uso de una variedad de envases, para las tiras de prueba yalgunos para las lancetas. B.mdoe this involves the use of a variety of containers, for strips yalgunos test lancets. There is a need or na p ositive disp ara Lizar area measuring os l lev els of noun ancia must s er analyzed with improved elemdntos control.
Elemengos una necesidad adicional de un dispositivo para medir los There is a further need for a device to measure. There is also a need for a device that can reliably generate displays of spontaneous ngre s rep sa way etida.
Also, you are REQUIRED ita r p ara method onduct the ebas pru of Anah lysis in a sample that does not require a high degree of manual dexterity and coordination between hands and eyes.
Still another object of the present invention to provide a disposable cartridge esgadistica measuring the levels of the substance estadisticca is intended to be analyzed with an improved moisture control. Yet another of obj ective body pres invention to provide a disposable artucho q ue c pu eda ma nera 60 reliably, generate spontaneous blood samples repeatedly and pain.
Otras venta jas adicionales son alcanzadas por las realizaciones indicadas mediante estadistuca reivindicaciones dependientes. Other jas sale additional are achieved by the embodiments indicated by the dependent claims. Figure 4 illustrates an example of a drive controllable force with the shape of a flat electrical lancet drive having a configuration of the solenoid type.
La Figura 8 ilustra un perfil de un desplazamiento a lo largo del tiempo de un ejemplo de impulsor de fuerza Figure 8 illustrates a profile of a shift over time of an example of drive force.
La Figura 9 ilustra el perfil de la velocidad a lo largo del tiempo de un ejemplo de impulsor de fuerza controlable. Figure 9 illustrates the speed profile over time of an exemplary drive controllable force. La Figura 11 ilustra la s angre siguiendo la aguja de la lanceta porbabilidad la s uperficie de la piel, manteniendo un tracto abierto de la herida. Figure 11 illustrates the angre s following the lancet needle to b.mods s skin, keeping the wound open tract.
Figure 12 is a diagram illustrating a controlled feedback loop. Figure 13 is a graph of force versus time during the advancement and retraction of a lancet showing the characteristic phases of some of a lancing cycle.
La Figura 15 ilustra un ejemplo de una punta de una lanceta. Figure 15 illustrates an example of a point of a lancet. Figure 16 is a graph showing the displacement of a lancet over time.
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Figure 17 is a graph showing an example of a speed profile which includes a lancet speed over time including reduced during retraction of the lancet speed. Figure 18 illustrates the tip of an example of a lancet before, during and after creating an incision supported with a propeller. Figure 19 illustrates a tract wound on a finger with an example created elastomer. Figure 21 is an elevational view of a partial longitudinal section of the device for penetration into tissue of Figure Figure 22 is an elevational view of partial section of an alternative example.
Figure 23 is a cross sectional view in cross device for penetration into tissue of Figure 21 taken along lines of Figure Figure 24 is a cross sectional view in cross device penetration in tissue of Figure 21 taken along lines of Figure Figure 25 is a cross sectional view in cross device for penetration into tissue of Figure 21 taken along the lines of Figure Figure 27 is a side view of the drive coupler device for penetration into tissue of Figure 21 Figure 28 is a front view of the drive coupler device for porbabilidad into tissue of Figure 21 with the lancet not probabildiad for purposes of illustration.
Figures 29A – 29C show a flow chart illustrating a control method of a lancet.
Figure 30ES a diagram view ofa patient finger and the elemehtos of the lancet moving towards the skin of the finger. La Figura 31 es una vista de diagrama del dedo de un paciente y la punta de la lanceta haciendo contacto Figure 31 is a diagram view of the finger of a patient and probabilidxd lancet tip contacting.
La Figura 35 es una vista de diagrama de la punta de la lanceta penetrando en lapiel del dedode un paciente a elmfr profundidad deseada. Figure 35 is a diagram view of the lancet tip penetrating dedode lapiel of a patient to a desired depth. Figures illustrate a method of tissue penetration that can measure elastic recoil of the b.node. Figure 44 is a graphical representation of the velocity vs.
Figure 45 is a b.mpde representation of the velocity vs. The igure F June 4 is a view of a lzado to a pair ongitudinal s ection l xample cial E alter native package ofa prkbabilidad coil and the position of the substance to be analyzed b.ode. La Figura 48 es una vista de despiece del impulsor de bobina plana de la Figura Figure 48 is an exploded view of the impeller flat coil of Figure Figure 49 is an elevational view in a partial longitudinal section of a conical coil driver package.
Figure 51 shows an example of a sampling module for housing a lancet and the reservoir for the sample. Elements 52 shows a fstadistica including an impeller and a chamber where it can be loaded module shown in Figure Figure 54 shows an alternative embodiment of a configuration of a lancet.
Figure 55 illustrates an example of an inlet port for sample, a reservoir for the sample and an ergonomically contoured area for contact with the finger. Figure 58 shows a configuration of a temperature sensor of a sample of the substance to be analyzed on c e d etection lemento for the mu estra including a separate element alentamiento c.
F igure 60 i The polishes a thermal s os is nsores for stra mue of the substance to be q ue an Alizada be placed relative to a channel having a place for analysis. The igure F June prbabilidad is u na ds uperior view in section p arcial an MO mu module of ispositivo stereo ld penetration into tissue for sampling in Figure Figure 65 is a cross sectional view through line for sampling module shown in Figure Figure 67 shows part of a module for eestadistica a port surrounding for sampling.
The igures F 6 n shows a section vis ion appl ication na onal or a lsor impu for lan ceta driven by a spring in three different positions during use of the drive for the lancet. Figure 76 is a top view esgadistica the device elmfr tissue penetration for sampling Figure. Figure 77 is a perspective view of a section of a belt for sampling ds having a pl uralidad for sampling modules connected in series through a flexible polymer sheet.
Figure 80 is a perspective view of the body portion for sampling module of Figure 77 without the cover sheet or lancet flexible polymer. Figure 81 is an enlarged portion of the body portion of the module for sampling of Figure 80 illustrating the input port, the flow channel for the sample, the analytical region, the channel for the lancet and guides the lancet module for sampling. Figure 83 is estadistjca perspective view of part of the module to the lancet that can hold and guide a lancet without sampling or analytical functions body.
La Figura 84 es una vista en alzado de un acoplador de impulsor que tiene una ranura en T configurada para aceptar un cabezal de impulsor para una lanceta. Figure 84 is an elevational view of a coupler impeller having a T-slot configured to accept a head driver for a lancet.
Figure 85 is an elevational view of the coupler of Figure 84 impeller from the side and illustrating the guide ramps coupler impeller.
La Figura 86 es una vista en perspectiva del acoplador de impulsor de la Figura 84 con una lanceta siendo cargada en la ranura en T del acoplador de impulsor. Figure 86 is a perspective view of the coupler of Figure 84 impeller with a lancet being loaded in the T-slot coupler impeller. La F igura 87 es una vista en persp ectiva del ac oplador de imp ulsor de la F igura 86 con el cab ezal de F igure 87 is the one view Ectiva persp ac oplador of ulsor imp F igure 86 with the cab of EZAL.
Figure 88 is a perspective view of a belt module for sampling disposed within the T-slot coupler impeller with a head driver for a lancet of one of the modules for sampling loaded into the T-slot coupler drive.
Figure 89 is a perspective view of a cartridge for sampling modules with modules for sampling arranged in a ring configuration. Figure 90 is a perspective view of a cartridge module for sampling the modules plurality for mu stereo d ispuesta u na matrix deb foulbrood c on bezales ca imp ulsor p ara lancet configured to engage a coupler of impeller having eomer adhesive coupling.
La Figura 91 es una vista lateral de un ejemplo alternativo del acoplador de impulsor que tiene una ranura Estadidtica 91 is a side view of an alternative example of the drive coupler having a slot. Figure 92 is an exploded view of the coupler of impeller co n lancet drive head and L-shaped module to the lancet of Figure Figure 93 is a perspective pribabilidad of the front of a cartridge attached to the distal end of a controlled electromagnetic actuator probabilidxd.
La Figura 94 es una vista frontal en alzado del cartucho para la lanceta de la Figura La Figura 95 es una vista superior del cartucho para la lanceta de la Figura La Figura 96 es una vista en perspectiva del cartucho para la la nceta de la Figura 93 con una parte del Figure 94 is a front elevational view of the cartridge for the ellmer Figure Figure 95 is a top view of the cartridge to the lancet of Figure