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Inventor:
Huggins; George Richardson
Address:
Wallingford, PA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4010738 Method of predicting and detecting ovulation March 8, 1977
A method of monitoring the concentration of a given volatile organic compound, or of urea, or both, which compound(s) is commonly found in vaginal secretions is described as providing a reliable diagnostic indication of ovulation, and more particularly is described as providing a sim
3986494 Method of predicting and detecting ovulation October 19, 1976
A method of monitoring the concentration of a given volatile organic compound commonly found in vaginal secretions is described as providing a reliable diagnostic indication of ovulation, and more particularly is described as providing a simple home-test method of predicting the onset










 
 
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