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Monitoring the concentration of a substance or a group of substances in a body fluid


, : Monitoring the concentration of a substance or a group of substances in a body fluid. Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1230(2), Jan 11

The concentration of a substance or group of substances in a body fluid is monitored by means of an interface held in contact with a living human or animal body and a detector is positioned downstream from the interface. A profusion fluid is passed from the interface to and along the detector at a flow rate of less than 60 mul/hour. A constant flow is maintained at the low flow rate with very little or no supply of energy, allowing for a compact construction and reduced measurement delay.

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