US 10,888,272 B2
Systems, devices, and methods for meal information collection, meal assessment, and analyte data correlation
Gary A. Hayter, Oakland, CA (US); Timothy C. Dunn, San Francisco, CA (US); and Nathan Crouther, San Francisco, CA (US)
Assigned to ABBOTT DIABETES CARE INC., Alameda, CA (US)
Filed by ABBOTT DIABETES CARE INC., Alameda, CA (US)
Filed on Jul. 8, 2016, as Appl. No. 15/206,095.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/307,346, filed on Mar. 11, 2016.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/307,344, filed on Mar. 11, 2016.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/191,218, filed on Jul. 10, 2015.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/191,262, filed on Jul. 10, 2015.
Prior Publication US 2017/0128007 A1, May 11, 2017
Int. Cl. G09G 5/02 (2006.01); A61B 5/00 (2006.01); G09B 19/00 (2006.01); G09B 5/02 (2006.01); A61B 5/145 (2006.01); A61B 5/1486 (2006.01); A61B 5/1495 (2006.01)
CPC A61B 5/4866 (2013.01) [A61B 5/0002 (2013.01); A61B 5/1495 (2013.01); A61B 5/14532 (2013.01); A61B 5/14542 (2013.01); A61B 5/14546 (2013.01); A61B 5/14865 (2013.01); A61B 5/486 (2013.01); A61B 5/4839 (2013.01); A61B 5/6849 (2013.01); A61B 5/6898 (2013.01); A61B 5/7246 (2013.01); A61B 5/7282 (2013.01); A61B 5/742 (2013.01); A61B 5/7475 (2013.01); G09B 5/02 (2013.01); G09B 19/0092 (2013.01)] 20 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. A method of processing analyte data using an in vivo analyte monitoring system comprising a sensor control device and a reader device, the method comprising:
detecting a meal event with the reader device by processing the analyte data received from the sensor control device having an in vivo analyte sensor, wherein the reader device has an adjustable sensitivity for detecting the meal event;
associating, by the reader device, meal information with a range of analyte data received from the sensor control device, the range of analyte data reflecting an analyte response of the individual to the meal;
displaying, by the reader device, information about the analyte response;
automatically determining, by the reader device, whether a sensitivity setting for detecting the meal event is either too sensitive or not sensitive enough for detecting the meal event; and
if it is determined by the reader device that the sensitivity setting is either too sensitive or not sensitive enough for detecting the meal event, then automatically adjusting, by the reader device, the sensitivity setting.