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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte. E Heller & Company, Merchant & Gould P C, October 17, 2000: US06134461 (1107 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor formed using conductive traces on a substrate can be used for determining and/or monitoring a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. For example, an implantable sensor may be used for the continuous or automatic monitoring of a level of a ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, November 19, 2002: US06484046 (938 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor having conductive traces on a substrate is used to determine a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. The electrochemical analyte sensor includes a substrate and conductive material disposed on the substrate, the conductive material formi ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Merchant & Gould P C, February 21, 2006: US07003340 (396 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor formed using conductive traces on a substrate can be used for determining and/or monitoring a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. For example, an implantable sensor may be used for the continuous or automatic monitoring of a level of a ...


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Buck Harvey B Jr: System and method for operating an electrochemical analyte sensor. Roche Diagnostics, F Hoffmann La Roche, Buck Harvey B Jr, ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS, September 4, 2008: WO/2008/104397 (12 worldwide citation)

A method of operating an electrochemical analyte sensor having one or more electrodes may comprise applying a time-varying input signal to at least one of the one or more electrodes, monitoring a time-varying output signal produced by the sensor in response to application of the time-varying input s ...


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Harvey B Buck Jr: System and method for operating an electrochemical analyte sensor. Roche Diagnostics Operations, Barnes & Thornburg, July 6, 2010: US07751864 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of operating an electrochemical analyte sensor having one or more electrodes may comprise applying a time-varying input signal to at least one of the one or more electrodes, monitoring a time-varying output signal produced by the sensor in response to application of the time-varying input s ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, June 11, 2013: US08463351 (1 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor formed using conductive traces on a substrate can be used for determining and/or monitoring a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. For example, an implantable sensor may be used for the continuous or automatic monitoring of a level of a ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, August 9, 2011: US07996054 (1 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor having conductive traces on a substrate is used to determine a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. The electrochemical analyte sensor includes a substrate and conductive material disposed on the substrate, the conductive material formi ...


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Udo Hoss, John Charles Mazza, Phu Le: Continuous analyte measurement systems and systems and methods for implanting them. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, October 24, 2017: US09795326

Low profile continuous analyte measurement systems and systems and methods for implantation within the skin of a patient are provided.


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Apurv Ullas Kamath, John Michael Dobbles, Aarthi Mahalingam: Systems and methods for processing sensor data. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 1, 2017: US09717449

Systems and methods for processing sensor data are provided. In some embodiments, systems and methods are provided for calibration of a continuous analyte sensor. In some embodiments, systems and methods are provided for classification of a level of noise on a sensor signal. In some embodiments, sys ...


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Wesley Scott Harper, Timothy Christian Dunn, Erwin Satrya Budiman, Kenneth J Doniger, Gary Alan Hayter: Analyte sensor calibration management. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, August 15, 2017: US09730623

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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