Biostable glucose permeable polymer

T Dang Tri (Inventor), Henrik Egesborg (Inventor), Jakob Janting (Inventor), Rajiv Shah (Inventor), Daniel Aaskov (Inventor), F Hall Joseph (Inventor), Soren Aasmul (Inventor)

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Abstract

A new biostable glucose permeable polymer has been developed which is useful, for example, in implantable glucose sensors. This biostable glucose permeable polymer has a number of advantageous characteristics and, for example, does not undergo hydrolytic cleavage and degradation, thereby providing a composition that facilitates long term sensor stability in vivo. The versatile characteristics of this polymer allow it to be used in a variety of contexts, for example to form the body of an implantable glucose sensor. The invention includes the polymer composition, sensor systems formed from this polymer composition, and methods for making and using such sensor systems.

Original languageEnglish
IPCC08G 71/ 02 A I
Patent numberUS2017172471
Filing date22/06/2017
CountryUnited States
Priority date18/12/2015
Priority numberUS201514974250
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2017

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Dang Tri, T., Egesborg, H., Janting, J., Shah, R., Aaskov, D., Hall Joseph, F., & Aasmul, S. (2017). IPC No. C08G 71/ 02 A I. Biostable glucose permeable polymer. (Patent No. US2017172471).