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Gary Hayter, Erwin S Budiman, Kenneth J Doniger, John C Mazza: Method and system for dynamically updating calibration parameters for an analyte sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, November 17, 2009: US07618369 (316 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatuses including determining a calibration parameter associated with a detected analyte value, calibrating the analyte value based on the calibration parameter, and dynamically updating the calibration parameter are disclosed. Also provided are systems, kits, and computer program pr ...


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Gary Hayter, Kenneth J Doniger, Erwin S Budiman, Songbiao Zhang, John C Mazza: Method and system for providing calibration of an analyte sensor in an analyte monitoring system. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, January 26, 2010: US07653425 (115 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for providing calibration of analyte sensor including applying a control signal, detecting a measured response to the control signal, determining a variance in the detected measured response, and estimating a sensor sensitivity based on the variance in the detected measured resp ...


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Gary Hayter, Kenneth J Doniger, Erwin S Budiman: Analyte sensor with lag compensation. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, February 12, 2013: US08374668 (25 worldwide citation)

In particular embodiments, methods, devices and systems including calibrating analyte data associated with a monitored analyte level received from an analyte sensor based on a reference measurement, determining a lag time constant associated with the calibrated analyte data, and performing lag corre ...


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Erwin Satrya Budiman, Kenneth J Doniger, Timothy Christian Dunn, Wesley Scott Harper: Analyte sensor calibration management. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, November 12, 2013: US08583205 (22 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices, and systems for calibrating an analyte sensor are provided. Embodiments include determining a sensitivity value associated with an analyte sensor, retrieving a prior sensitivity value associated with the analyte sensor, determining whether a variance between the determined sensitiv ...


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Stephen S Rosenblum, Kenneth J Doniger: Production of ion beams by chemically enhanced sputtering of solids. Varian Associates, Peter J Sgarbossa, February 18, 1992: US05089746 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for producing an ion beam for ion implantation by chemically enhanced bombardment of solids. The method is carried out in a reaction chamber having an anode and cathode and a cathode liner rich in a selected element, namely boron, arsenic, phosphorus or antimony. A non-poisonous feed gas is ...


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Wesley Scott Harper, Annie C Tan, Timothy Christian Dunn, Mark Kent Sloan, Kenneth J Doniger, Geoffrey V McGarraugh, Michael Love, Phillip Yee, Gary Alan Hayter, Marc Barry Taub, Thomas A Peyser, Michael A Pani, R Curtis Jennewine, Glenn Howard Berman: Displays for a medical device. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, August 20, 2013: US08514086 (19 worldwide citation)

Embodiments described herein relate to an analyte monitoring device having a user interface with a display and a plurality of actuators. The display is configured to render a plurality of display screens, including a home screen and an alert screen. The home screen is divided into a plurality of sim ...


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Wesley Scott Harper, Timothy Christian Dunn, Erwin S Budiman, Kenneth J Doniger, Gary Hayter: Analyte sensor calibration management. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, January 1, 2013: US08346335 (18 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices to detect analyte in body fluid are provided. Embodiments include positioning an analyte sensor in fluid contact with an analyte, detecting an attenuation in a signal from an analyte sensor after positioning during a predetermined time period, categorizing the detected attenuatio ...


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John C Helmer, Kenneth J Doniger: Inverted re-entrant magnetron ion source. Varian Associates, Stanley Z Cole, Kenneth L Warsh, Peter J Sgarbossa, September 27, 1988: US04774437 (14 worldwide citation)

An ion source for an intense ion beam from a solid source is formed with a cathode around a central anode. A source of magnetic field with closely spaced poles is formed around a central region of the cathode so that the most intense region of the magnetic field is a torus on the inside of the catho ...


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