ANALYTE SENSORS HAVING A SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO SUBSTANTIALLY UNAFFECTED BY NON-CONSTANT NOISE

  • US 20070235331A1
  • Filed: 05/18/2007
  • Published: 10/11/2007
  • Est. Priority Date: 07/25/2003
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. An electrochemical analyte sensor for determining a concentration of an analyte in a host, the sensor configured for insertion into a host, wherein the sensor comprises at least one electrode configured to measure an analyte concentration substantially continuously;

  • and electronics configured to provide a signal measured at the electrode;

    wherein the signal comprises an analyte-related component and a noise component, wherein the noise component comprises a substantially non-constant non-analyte-related component; and

    wherein the sensor is configured such that the substantially non-constant non-analyte related component does not substantially contribute to the signal, after sensor break-in, for at least about one day.

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