Sensors for Medicine & Science, Inc.
|Sensors for Medicine & Science, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120034717||LIGHT EMITTING DIODE FOR HARSH ENVIRONMENTS - A light emitting diode for harsh environments includes a substantially transparent substrate, a semiconductor layer deposited on a bottom surface of the substrate, several bonding pads, coupled to the semiconductor layer, formed on the bottom surface of the substrate, and a micro post, formed on each bonding pad, for electrically connecting the light emitting diode to a printed circuit board. An underfill layer may be provided between the bottom surface of the substrate and the top surface of the printed circuit board, to reduce water infiltration under the light emitting diode substrate. Additionally, a diffuser may be mounted to a top surface of the light emitting diode substrate to diffuse the light emitted through the top surface.||02-09-2012|
|20100298674||PROTECTIVE SHELL FOR AN IN VIVO SENSOR MADE FROM RESORBABLE POLYMER - An implantable device with in vivo functionality, where the functionality of the device is negatively affected by the inflammation reaction generally associated with tissue injury, encapsulated by a protective coating that prevents damage to the device from any inflammation reactions. The protective coating is designed to persist for a set period of time, generally until after the inflammation reaction of the surrounding in vivo environment in response to the injury caused by the implantation procedure has concluded. The protective coating is further designed to “resorb” (i.e. to dissociate from the device, dissolve, and be absorbed into the surrounding environment) after a set period of time, allowing the device to perform its in vivo functionality unhindered without loss of performance.||11-25-2010|
|20100073669||OPTICAL SENSOR ASSEMBLY - The present invention provides systems and methods for measuring an analyte in a medium without exposing the medium to contamination. The systems and methods employ a novel combination of a small sensor device embedded in a Luer cap and capable of wirelessly transmitting data to a reading device.||03-25-2010|
|20100024526||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR OPTICAL MEASUREMENT OF ANALYTE CONCENTRATION - A method and sensor for measuring the concentration of an analyte about radiantly excitable indicator molecules. A stimulus waveform is used to drive a radiant source. The indicator molecules are exposed to the radiant source. A response waveform is generated to represent photoluminescent radiation emitted by the indicator molecules. A phase difference between the stimulus waveform and the response waveform is a function of the concentration of the analyte that enables determining the analyte concentration.||02-04-2010|
Patent applications by Sensors for Medicine & Science, Inc.