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Peyser Thomas, Heller Adam: Analyte monitoring device and methods of use. Abbott Diabetes Care, Peyser Thomas, Heller Adam, OH Kuni, May 10, 2007: WO/2007/053832 (212 worldwide citation)

An analyte monitor includes a sensor, a sensor control unit, and a display unit. The sensor has, for example, a substrate, a recessed channel formed in the substrate, and conductive material disposed in the recessed channel to form a working electrode. The sensor control unit typically has a housing ...


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Manfred Franetzki, Klaus Gagneur, Karl Prestele: Device for the pre-programmable infusion of liquids. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, August 11, 1981: US04282872 (211 worldwide citation)

Particularly for diabetes therapy, it is desirable to continuously infuse insulin in different rates into the body of the patient, because the insulin requirements of the diabetic are subject to great fluctuations. Therefore, a control device serves as the program transmitter for a microdosing unit. ...


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H Benjamin Diaz, M Inez Genera: Personalized hand held calorie computer (ECC). March 30, 1999: US05890128 (204 worldwide citation)

A novel hand held individually customized interactive integrated circuit device for nutrition and exercise management. Featuring built in Random Access Memory (RAM) Storage of extensive food lists with associated caloric and fat contents. The device also incorporates RAM storage of exercises with as ...


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Sloan Mark, Hayter Gary: Method and system for providing basal profile modification in analyte monitoring and management systems. Abbott Diabetes Care, Sloan Mark, Hayter Gary, OH Kuni, May 18, 2007: WO/2007/056638 (204 worldwide citation)

Method and system for providing basal profile modification in insulin therapy for use with infusion devices includes periodically monitoring the analyte levels of a patient for a predetermined period of time in order to determine, based on the monitored analyte levels, an appropriate modification fa ...


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Wayne Front March: Non-invasive automatic glucose sensor system. Alter and Weiss, May 25, 1976: US03958560 (198 worldwide citation)

A unique glucose sensor to determine the glucose level in patients, for example, for use in treating or diagnosing diabetes. The patient's eye is automatically scanned using a source of radiation at one side of the patient's cornea. A sensor located at the other side of the cornea detects the radiat ...


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Jonathan David Bortz: Device for diabetes management. Solefound, Haverstock Garrett & Roberts, December 7, 1999: US05997475 (195 worldwide citation)

A device for management of diabetes using a programmable microprocessor based unit having a display, keyboard, and memory. The keyboard is for inputting information concerning carbohydrates ingested by a user. The microprocessor is programmed to determine an amount of insulin to be used by a user ba ...


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Mccann James Michael, Treidl Bernhard Ludwig, Zwanziger Ron: Diagnostic aid. Genetics Int, August 29, 1985: GB2154003-A (186 worldwide citation)

A pen-shaped holder 1 is used to mount detachable strip, or needle, electrode carriers, its shape and nature permitting delicate manipulation to attach and detach the small carriers from an electrical socket 3 at one end. On these strips or needles are small electrodes sensitive, e.g. to blood gluco ...


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Reid M Rubsamen: Method of administration of insulin. Miris Medical Corporation, Fish & Richardson, November 15, 1994: US05364838 (181 worldwide citation)

A method for treating a patient suffering from diabetes mellitus and a programmed, portable, hand-held device and formulations used in such treatment methodology is disclosed. The programmed device is loaded with a container which includes a formulation comprised of insulin dispersed in a suitable p ...


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Robert S Galen, John F Burd, Talei Hoblitzell, Gebhard Neyer: Apparatus for combined assay for current glucose level and intermediate or long-term glycemic control. LXN Corporation, Campbell & Flores, February 22, 2000: US06027692 (180 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a single test system and method for determining the integrated glycemic condition of a subject by measuring the concentration of glucose and the level of protein-bound glucose in a subject's body fluid, such as whole blood. The glucose concentration is indicative ...



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