US 11,654,236 B2
Systems and methods for automated insulin delivery for diabetes therapy
Jacob Kearns, San Diego, CA (US); Michael Michaud, San Diego, CA (US); Geoffrey A. Kruse, San Diego, CA (US); Thomas R. Ulrich, Oceanside, CA (US); Paul Harris, San Diego, CA (US); Scott Leas, San Diego, CA (US); Betsy Dokken, San Diego, CA (US); Garrett Marin, San Diego, CA (US); and Nicholas Sherer, Escondido, CA (US)
Assigned to Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc., San Diego, CA (US)
Filed by Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc., San Diego, CA (US)
Filed on Nov. 19, 2020, as Appl. No. 16/952,478.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/939,015, filed on Nov. 22, 2019.
Prior Publication US 2021/0154405 A1, May 27, 2021
Int. Cl. A61M 5/172 (2006.01)
CPC A61M 5/1723 (2013.01) [A61M 2205/18 (2013.01); A61M 2205/3584 (2013.01); A61M 2205/3592 (2013.01); A61M 2205/505 (2013.01); A61M 2205/52 (2013.01); A61M 2230/201 (2013.01)] 20 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
1. An ambulatory infusion pump system, comprising:
a pump mechanism configured to facilitate delivery of insulin to a user;
a user interface;
a communications device adapted to receive glucose levels from a continuous glucose monitor; and
a processor functionally linked to the pump mechanism, the user interface and the communications device, the processor configured to:
automatically calculate insulin doses with a closed loop delivery algorithm based on glucose levels received from the continuous glucose monitor;
receive user input through the user interface programming a meal bolus configured to deliver insulin to counteract carbohydrates consumed in a meal;
determine if the meal bolus is programmed within a predetermined time of one or more automatically calculated insulin doses that increased an amount of insulin delivered to the user; and
automatically modify the meal bolus if the meal bolus was programmed within the predetermined time of the automatically calculated insulin dose that increased the amount of insulin delivered to the user.