Stafford Gary Ashley: Inserter and methods of use. Abbott Diabetes Care, OH Kuni, February 8, 2007: WO/2007/016399 (225 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for providing a housing integrated with a sensor introducer and a sensor in analyte monitoring system to deploy the sensor and retain the introducer within the housing upon sensor deployment, and mounting a transmitter to the housing to receive the sensor data is described. The ...

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 (223 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 ...

Stafford Gary Ashley: Analyte sensor introducer and methods of use. Abbott Diabetes Care, Stafford Gary Ashley, OH Kuni, March 8, 2007: WO/2007/027788 (222 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for providing an introducer for transcutaneous placement of at least a portion of an analyte sensor through the skin of a patient is provided.


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 (214 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 ...

Wayne Front March: Non-invasive automatic glucose sensor system. Alter and Weiss, May 25, 1976: US03958560 (209 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 ...

Jonathan David Bortz: Device for diabetes management. Solefound, Haverstock Garrett & Roberts, December 7, 1999: US05997475 (201 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 ...

Matthew J Schurman, Walter Jeffrey Shakespeare: OCT based method for diagnosis and therapy. GlucoLight Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, Charlton Shen, Nutter McClennen & Fish, March 31, 2009: US07510849 (200 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of diagnosing or treating a biological subject, such as a person or animal, comprising the steps of subjecting at least a microsample of the subject's tissue to a physiological perturbation and measuring the response of the microsample to the perturbation using opt ...

Manfred Franetzki, Klaus Gagneur, Karl Prestele: Device for the pre-programmable infusion of liquids. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, June 2, 1981: US04270532 (199 worldwide citation)

Particularly for diabetes therapy, it is desirable to continuously infuse insulin in varying installments into the body of the patient. A control device serves as a program transmitter for a microdosing unit. The physician should be able to pre-program the daily profile of the infusion and, if neces ...

Mccann James Michael, Treidl Bernhard Ludwig, Zwanziger Ron: Diagnostic aid. Genetics Int, August 29, 1985: GB2154003-A (192 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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