Patents by Inventor Disha B. Sheth

Disha B. Sheth has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10932709
    Abstract: Sensor devices including dissolvable tissue-piercing tips are provided. The sensor devices can be used in conjunction with dissolvable needles configured for inserting the sensor devices into a host. Hardening agents for strengthening membranes on sensor devices are also provided. Methods of using and fabricating sensor devices are also provided.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 9, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 2, 2021
    Assignee: DEXCOM, INC.
    Inventors: Peter C. Simpson, Jennifer Blackwell, Sebastian Bohm, Michael J. Estes, Jeff Jackson, Jason Mitchell, Jack Pryor, Daiting Rong, Sean T. Saint, Disha B. Sheth, Shanger Wang
  • Patent number: 10827955
    Abstract: Sensor systems can be used to measure an analyte concentration. Sensor systems can include a base having a distal side configured to face towards a person's skin. An adhesive can couple the base to the skin. A transcutaneous analyte measurement sensor can be coupled to the base and can be located at least partially in the host. A transmitter can be coupled to the base and can transmit analyte measurement data to a remote device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2017
    Date of Patent: November 10, 2020
    Assignee: DexCom, Inc.
    Inventors: Peter C. Simpson, Minglian Shi, Sebastian Bohm, John Patrick Majewski, Maria Noel Brown Wells, Leah Morta Edra, Disha B. Sheth, John Michael Gray, Shanger Wang, Ted Tang Lee, Michael L. Moore, Jason Mitchell, Jennifer Blackwell, Neel Narayan Shah, Todd Andrew Newhouse, Jason Halac, Ryan Everett Schoonmaker, Paul V. Neale, Jiong Zou, Sean T. Saint
  • Publication number: 20200330006
    Abstract: Sensor devices including dissolvable tissue-piercing tips are provided. The sensor devices can be used in conjunction with dissolvable needles configured for inserting the sensor devices into a host. Hardening agents for strengthening membranes on sensor devices are also provided. Methods of using and fabricating sensor devices are also provided.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 30, 2020
    Publication date: October 22, 2020
    Inventors: Peter C. Simpson, Jennifer Blackwell, Sebastian Bohm, Michael J. Estes, Jeff Jackson, Jason Mitchell, Jack Pryor, Daiting Rong, Sean T. Saint, Disha B. Sheth, Shanger Wang
  • Publication number: 20200205701
    Abstract: Various examples described herein are directed to systems and methods for determining an analyte concentration using an analyte sensor. A method may comprise disconnecting an analyte sensor from a measurement circuit and reconnecting the analyte sensor to the measurement circuit after an accumulation period. The method may comprise receiving a signal from the analyte sensor. The signal may be indicative of an amount of charge accumulated on the analyte sensor during the accumulation period. The method may also comprise determining an estimated analyte concentration level based on the received signal.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 27, 2019
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Inventors: Sebastian Bohm, Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Daiting Rong, Rui Ma, Wenjie Lan, Minglian Shi, Disha B. Sheth, Nicholas Kalfas
  • Publication number: 20200205702
    Abstract: Various examples are directed to systems and methods of and using analyte sensors. An example analyte sensor system comprises an analyte sensor and a hardware device in communication with the analyte sensor. The hardware device may be configured to perform operations comprising applying a first bias voltage to the analyte sensor, the first bias voltage less than an operational bias voltage of the analyte sensor, measuring a first current at the analyte sensor when the first bias voltage is applied, and applying a second bias voltage to the analyte sensor. The operations may further comprise measuring a second current at the analyte sensor when the second bias voltage is applied, detecting a plateau bias voltage using the first current and the second current, determining that the plateau bias voltage is less than a plateau bias voltage threshold, and executing a responsive action at the analyte sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 27, 2019
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Inventors: Sebastian Bohm, Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Daiting Rong, Rui Ma, Wenjie Lan, Minglian Shi, Disha B. Sheth, Nicholas Kalfas, Vincent P. Crabtree, Kamuran Turksoy
  • Publication number: 20200205694
    Abstract: Various examples are directed to systems and methods for operating an analyte sensor system using sensor electronics. An example method may comprise applying a bias voltage change to an analyte sensor bias voltage and measuring a current value for each of a plurality of time periods after application of the bias voltage change. The example method may also comprise determining an estimated impedance using the current values for the plurality of time periods and determining a characteristic of the analyte sensor using the estimated impedance. The example method may further comprise receiving from the analyte sensor a signal indicative of an analyte concentration, and determining an estimated analyte concentration level using the determined characteristic of the analyte sensor and the received signal.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 27, 2019
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Inventors: Sebastian Bohm, Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Daiting Rong, Rui Ma, Wenjie Lan, Minglian Shi, Disha B. Sheth
  • Publication number: 20200209179
    Abstract: Various examples described herein are directed to systems and methods of detecting damage to an analyte sensor using analyte sensor impedance values. In some examples, a method of assessing sensor membrane integrity using sensor electronics comprises determining an impedance parameter of an analyte sensor and determining a membrane integrity state of the analyte sensor based on the impedance parameter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 27, 2019
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Inventors: Sebastian Bohm, Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Daiting Rong, Rui Ma, Wenjie Lan, Minglian Shi, Disha B. Sheth, Vincent P. Crabtree, Kamuran Turksoy
  • Publication number: 20190339221
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided that address the need to frequently calibrate analyte sensors, according to implementation. In more detail, systems and methods provide a preconnected analyte sensor system that physically combines an analyte sensor to measurement electronics during the manufacturing phase of the sensor and in some cases in subsequent life phases of the sensor, so as to allow an improved recognition of sensor environment over time to improve subsequent calibration of the sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 2, 2019
    Publication date: November 7, 2019
    Inventors: Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Becky L. Clark, Vincent P. Crabtree, Chris W. Dring, Arturo Garcia, Jason Halac, Jonathan Hughes, Jeff Jackson, Lauren Hruby Jepson, David I-Chun Lee, Ted Tang Lee, Rui Ma, Zebediah L. McDaniel, Jason Mitchell, Andrew Attila Pal, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Stephen J. Vanslyke, Matthew D. Wightlin, Anna Leigh Davis, Hari Hampapuram, Aditya Sagar Mandapaka, Alexander Leroy Teeter, Liang Wang
  • Publication number: 20190339223
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided that address the need to frequently calibrate analyte sensors, according to implementation. In more detail, systems and methods provide a preconnected analyte sensor system that physically combines an analyte sensor to measurement electronics during the manufacturing phase of the sensor and in some cases in subsequent life phases of the sensor, so as to allow an improved recognition of sensor environment over time to improve subsequent calibration of the sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 2, 2019
    Publication date: November 7, 2019
    Inventors: Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Becky L. Clark, Vincent P. Crabtree, Chris W. Dring, Arturo Garcia, Jason Halac, Jonathan Hughes, Jeff Jackson, Lauren Hruby Jepson, David I-Chun Lee, Ted Tang Lee, Rui Ma, Zebediah L. McDaniel, Jason Mitchell, Andrew Attila Pal, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Stephen J. Vanslyke, Matthew D. Wightlin, Anna Leigh Davis, Hari Hampapuram, Aditya Sagar Mandapaka, Alexander Leroy Teeter, Liang Wang
  • Publication number: 20190339224
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided that address the need to frequently calibrate analyte sensors, according to implementation. In more detail, systems and methods provide a preconnected analyte sensor system that physically combines an analyte sensor to measurement electronics during the manufacturing phase of the sensor and in some cases in subsequent life phases of the sensor, so as to allow an improved recognition of sensor environment over time to improve subsequent calibration of the sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 2, 2019
    Publication date: November 7, 2019
    Inventors: Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Becky L. Clark, Vincent P. Crabtree, Chris W. Dring, Arturo Garcia, Jason Halac, Jonathan Hughes, Jeff Jackson, Lauren Hruby Jepson, David I-Chun Lee, Ted Tang Lee, Rui Ma, Zebediah L. McDaniel, Jason Mitchell, Andrew Attila Pal, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Stephen J. Vanslyke, Matthew D. Wightlin, Anna Leigh Davis, Hari Hampapuram, Aditya Sagar Mandapaka, Alexander Leroy Teeter, Liang Wang
  • Publication number: 20190339222
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided that address the need to frequently calibrate analyte sensors, according to implementation. In more detail, systems and methods provide a preconnected analyte sensor system that physically combines an analyte sensor to measurement electronics during the manufacturing phase of the sensor and in some cases in subsequent life phases of the sensor, so as to allow an improved recognition of sensor environment over time to improve subsequent calibration of the sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 2, 2019
    Publication date: November 7, 2019
    Inventors: Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Becky L. Clark, Vincent P. Crabtree, Chris W. Dring, Arturo Garcia, Jason Halac, Jonathan Hughes, Jeff Jackson, Lauren Hruby Jepson, David I-Chun Lee, Ted Tang Lee, Rui Ma, Zebediah L. McDaniel, Jason Mitchell, Andrew Attila Pal, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Stephen J. Vanslyke, Matthew D. Wightlin, Anna Leigh Davis, Hari Hampapuram, Aditya Sagar Mandapaka, Alexander Leroy Teeter, Liang Wang
  • Publication number: 20190223766
    Abstract: This document discusses, among other things, systems and methods to compensate for the effects of temperature on sensors, such as analyte sensor. An example method may include determining a temperature-compensated glucose concentration level by receiving a temperature signal indicative of a temperature parameter of an external component, receiving a glucose signal indicative of an in vivo glucose concentration level, and determining a compensated glucose concentration level based on the glucose signal, the temperature signal, and a delay parameter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 22, 2019
    Publication date: July 25, 2019
    Inventors: Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Sebastian Böhm, Rui Ma, Disha B. Sheth, Minglian Shi, Kamuran Turksoy
  • Publication number: 20190223765
    Abstract: This document discusses, among other things, systems and methods to compensate for the effects of temperature on sensors, such as analyte sensor. An example method may include determining a temperature-compensated glucose concentration level by receiving a temperature signal indicative of a temperature parameter of an external component, receiving a glucose signal indicative of an in vivo glucose concentration level, and determining a compensated glucose concentration level based on the glucose signal, the temperature signal, and a delay parameter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 22, 2019
    Publication date: July 25, 2019
    Inventors: Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Sebastian Böhm, Rui Ma, Disha B. Sheth, Minglian Shi, Kamuran Turksoy
  • Publication number: 20190227022
    Abstract: This document discusses, among other things, systems and methods to compensate for the effects of temperature on sensors, such as analyte sensor. An example method may include determining a temperature-compensated glucose concentration level by receiving a temperature signal indicative of a temperature parameter of an external component, receiving a glucose signal indicative of an in vivo glucose concentration level, and determining a compensated glucose concentration level based on the glucose signal, the temperature signal, and a delay parameter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 22, 2019
    Publication date: July 25, 2019
    Inventors: Anna Claire Harley-Trochimczyk, Sebastian Böhm, Rui Ma, Disha B. Sheth, Minglian Shi, Kamuran Turksoy
  • Publication number: 20190150803
    Abstract: Systems and methods disclosed here provide ways to discriminate fault types encountered in analyte sensors and systems and further provide ways to process such discriminated faults responsively based on sensor data, clinical context information, and other data about the patient or patient's environment. The systems and methods thus employ clinical context in detecting and/or responding to errors or faults associated with an analyte sensor system, and discriminating the type of fault, and its root cause, particularly as fault dynamics can appear similar to the dynamics of physiological systems, emphasizing the importance of discriminating the fault and providing appropriate responsive processing. Thus, the disclosed systems and methods consider the context of the patient's health condition or state in determining how to respond to the fault.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 29, 2019
    Publication date: May 23, 2019
    Inventors: Stephen J. Vanslyke, Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Sebastian Böhm, Leif N. Bowman, Michael J. Estes, Arturo Garcia, Apurv Ullas Kamath, Andrew Attila Pal, Thomas A. Peyser, Anna Leigh Davis, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Dmytro Sokolovsky
  • Patent number: 10238322
    Abstract: Systems and methods disclosed here provide ways to discriminate fault types encountered in analyte sensors and systems and further provide ways to process such discriminated faults responsively based on sensor data, clinical context information, and other data about the patient or patient's environment. The systems and methods thus employ clinical context in detecting and/or responding to errors or faults associated with an analyte sensor system, and discriminating the type of fault, and its root cause, particularly as fault dynamics can appear similar to the dynamics of physiological systems, emphasizing the importance of discriminating the fault and providing appropriate responsive processing. Thus, the disclosed systems and methods consider the context of the patient's health condition or state in determining how to respond to the fault.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 20, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 26, 2019
    Assignee: DexCom, Inc.
    Inventors: Stephen J. Vanslyke, Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Sebastian Böhm, Leif N. Bowman, Michael J. Estes, Arturo Garcia, Apurv Ullas Kamath, Andrew Attila Pal, Thomas A. Peyser, Anna Leigh Rack-Gomer, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Dmytro Sokolovsky
  • Patent number: 10238324
    Abstract: Systems and methods disclosed here provide ways to discriminate fault types encountered in analyte sensors and systems and further provide ways to process such discriminated faults responsively based on sensor data, clinical context information, and other data about the patient or patient's environment. The systems and methods thus employ clinical context in detecting and/or responding to errors or faults associated with an analyte sensor system, and discriminating the type of fault, and its root cause, particularly as fault dynamics can appear similar to the dynamics of physiological systems, emphasizing the importance of discriminating the fault and providing appropriate responsive processing. Thus, the disclosed systems and methods consider the context of the patient's health condition or state in determining how to respond to the fault.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 20, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 26, 2019
    Assignee: DexCom, Inc.
    Inventors: Stephen J. Vanslyke, Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Sebastian Böhm, Leif N. Bowman, Michael J. Estes, Arturo Garcia, Apurv Ullas Kamath, Andrew Attila Pal, Thomas A. Peyser, Anna Leigh Rack-Gomer, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Dmytro Sokolovsky
  • Patent number: 10238323
    Abstract: Systems and methods disclosed here provide ways to discriminate fault types encountered in analyte sensors and systems and further provide ways to process such discriminated faults responsively based on sensor data, clinical context information, and other data about the patient or patient's environment. The systems and methods thus employ clinical context in detecting and/or responding to errors or faults associated with an analyte sensor system, and discriminating the type of fault, and its root cause, particularly as fault dynamics can appear similar to the dynamics of physiological systems, emphasizing the importance of discriminating the fault and providing appropriate responsive processing. Thus, the disclosed systems and methods consider the context of the patient's health condition or state in determining how to respond to the fault.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 20, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 26, 2019
    Assignee: DexCom, Inc.
    Inventors: Stephen J. Vanslyke, Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Sebastian Böhm, Leif N. Bowman, Michael J. Estes, Arturo Garcia, Apurv Ullas Kamath, Andrew Attila Pal, Thomas A. Peyser, Anna Leigh Rack-Gomer, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Dmytro Sokolovsky
  • Patent number: 10231659
    Abstract: Systems and methods disclosed here provide ways to discriminate fault types encountered in analyte sensors and systems and further provide ways to process such discriminated faults responsively based on sensor data, clinical context information, and other data about the patient or patient's environment. The systems and methods thus employ clinical context in detecting and/or responding to errors or faults associated with an analyte sensor system, and discriminating the type of fault, and its root cause, particularly as fault dynamics can appear similar to the dynamics of physiological systems, emphasizing the importance of discriminating the fault and providing appropriate responsive processing. Thus, the disclosed systems and methods consider the context of the patient's health condition or state in determining how to respond to the fault.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 20, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 19, 2019
    Assignee: DexCom, Inc.
    Inventors: Stephen J. Vanslyke, Naresh C. Bhavaraju, Sebastian Böhm, Leif N. Bowman, Michael J. Estes, Arturo Garcia, Apurv Ullas Kamath, Andrew Attila Pal, Thomas A. Peyser, Anna Leigh Rack-Gomer, Daiting Rong, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Dmytro Sokolovsky
  • Patent number: 10169539
    Abstract: Methods and apparatus, including computer program products, are provided for backfilling. In some example embodiments, there is provided a method that includes receiving, at a receiver, backfill data representative of sensor data stored, at a continuous blood glucose sensor and transmitter assembly, due to a loss of a wireless link between the receiver and the continuous blood glucose sensor and transmitter assembly; generating, at the receiver, at least one of a notification or a graphically distinct indicator for presentation at a display of the receiver, the at least one of the notification or the graphically distinct indicator enabling the backfill data to be graphically distinguished, when presented at the display, from non-backfill data; and generating, at the receiver, a view including the backfill data, the non-backfill data, and the generated at least one of the notification or the graphically distinct indicator. Related systems, methods, and articles of manufacture are also described.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 6, 2016
    Date of Patent: January 1, 2019
    Assignee: DexCom, Inc.
    Inventors: Eli Reihman, Sebastian Bohm, Leif N. Bowman, Katherine Yerre Koehler, Disha B. Sheth, Peter C. Simpson, Jim Stephen Amidei, Douglas William Burnette, Michael Robert Mensinger, Eric Cohen, Hari Hampapuram, Phil Mayou