Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
- Personal Care Products
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IPSCIO Record ID: 3322
The Lasette is a compact, lightweight, portable crystal laser that utilizes laser light to vaporize a small hole in the finger for capillary blood sampling. At nine ounces, the Lasette is slightly larger than a handheld cellular telephone and it fits into a suit-coat pocket or a purse. The Lasette is a better alternative for capillary blood sampling for many diabetics because, for many patients, it causes less pain and residual soreness than the traditional steel lancet. The Lasette may be a better alternative for children with diabetes, newly diagnosed diabetics and needle-phobic or needle-adverse individuals.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1986
The Lasette(-TM-) product was originally developed using the multifaceted crystal resonator patent technology acquired by the Company.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25985
The term Lasette II shall be used generally to mean the laser finger perforator device intended for human use, to be utilized by consumers in non-clinical settings, and designed and constructed to incorporate and exploit the patents, know-how, and engineering technologies more specifically defined.
The terms Lasette I Disposable Lens Shield and Lasette II Disposable Lens Shield (sometimes collectively referred to as Lasette Disposables) shall mean devices designed and constructed to protect the Lasette unit laser lenses from vapor and particulate caused as a by-product of the laser finger perforation, incorporating and exploiting the patents, know- how, and engineering technologies more specifically defined.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29387
The taking of blood samples is a very important part of the process of diagnosing and controlling disease. The traditional method used for taking small blood samples for blood formula and glucose measurement is to puncture the skin of a finger with a sharp object like a needle or pointed blade. For the taking of larger samples for other blood analysis a vein is usually punctured with a syringe needle. These methods are almost always painful and frightening, especially for children. In addition there is growing concern regarding the possibility of contracting AIDS by a contaminated needle or blade.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2288