Displays for a medical device

  • US 10,123,752 B2
  • Filed: 11/10/2017
  • Issued: 11/13/2018
  • Est. Priority Date: 08/31/2009
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A method for displaying healthcare information to a user using a hand-held computing device, comprising:

  • displaying on a touch-sensitive display of a computing device a first window comprising a plurality of charts including at least one glucose trend line and a target range, the target range comprising a lower boundary and an upper boundary, the lower boundary associated with a first glucose concentration value and the upper boundary associated with a second glucose concentration value, wherein the second glucose concentration value is greater than the first glucose concentration value, wherein the at least one glucose trend line and the target range are displayed simultaneously in the first window, wherein the trend line is indicative of a glucose level of a host over a first time period;

    generating a first event indicator on the plurality of charts in response to a first user input, wherein the first event indicator is positioned on the plurality of charts proximate to the at least one glucose trend line of the plurality of charts to indicate when an insulin delivery event occurred in time;

    generating a second event indicator on the plurality of charts in response to a second user input, wherein the second event indicator is positioned on the plurality of charts proximate to the at least one glucose trend line of the plurality of charts to indicate when a meal event occurred in time;

    detecting on the touch-sensitive display a user selection of at least one of the first or second event indicator;

    displaying on the touch-sensitive display information associated with the selected at least one of the first or second event indicator in a second window in response to detecting the user selection of the at least one of the first or second event indicator, wherein the second window is separate from the first window, wherein the second window replaces the first window; and

    changing a time period of the chart from the first time period to a second, different time period in response to a third user input detected by the computing device, wherein changing the time period causes the first and second event indicators to move on the plurality of charts so that the first and second event indicators continue to indicate when the insulin delivery event and the meal event occurred in time.

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