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Scott A Safier

from New York, NY
Age ~58

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  • 601 57Th St, New York, NY 10019 (212) 582-0152
  • 507 Gettysburg St, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (412) 362-4685
  • White Oak, PA
  • 601 W 57Th St APT 36K, New York, NY 10019 (212) 582-0152

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Scott Safier

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Location:
United States

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Device To Enable Quick Entry Of Caloric Content

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US Patent:
7959567, Jun 14, 2011
Filed:
Oct 22, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/876623
Inventors:
John Stivoric - Pittsburgh PA,
Christopher Pacione - Pittsburgh PA,
Eric Teller - Pittsburgh PA,
David Andre - Pittsburgh PA,
Christopher Kasabach - Pittsburgh PA,
Scott Boehmke - Wexford PA,
Suresh Vishnubhatla - Wexford PA,
Scott Safier - Pittsburgh PA,
Jonathan Farringdon - Pittsburgh PA,
Raymond Pelletier - Pittsburgh PA,
Assignee:
BodyMedia, Inc. - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600300, 434127, 128921
Abstract:
A monitoring apparatus that includes a sensor device and an I/O device in communication with the sensor device that generates derived data using the data from the sensor device. The derived data cannot be directly detected by the associated sensors. Alternatively, an apparatus that includes a wearable sensor device and an I/O device in communication with the sensor device that includes means for displaying information and a dial for entering information. Alternatively, an apparatus for tracking caloric consumption and caloric expenditure data that includes a sensor device and an I/O device in communication with the sensor device. The sensor device includes a processor programmed to generate data relating to caloric expenditure from sensor data. Alternatively, an apparatus for tracking caloric information for an individual that utilizes a plurality of classification identifiers for classifying meals consumed by the individual, each of the classification identifiers having a corresponding caloric amount.

Method And Apparatus For Auto Journaling Of Body States And Providing Derived Physiological States Utilizing Physiological And/Or Contextual Parameter

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US Patent:
2008016, Jul 10, 2008
Filed:
Oct 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/930101
Inventors:
ERIC TELLER - PITTSBURGH PA,
Jonathan Farringdon - Pittsburgh PA,
David Andre - Pittsburgh PA,
Christopher Pacione - Pittsburgh PA,
John Stivoric - Pittsburgh PA,
Scott Safier - Pittsburgh PA,
Raymond Pelletier - Pittsburgh PA,
Suresh Vishnubhatla - Wexford PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600301
Abstract:
Various methods and apparatuses for measuring a state parameter of an individual using signals based on one or more sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, a first set of signals is used in a first function to determine how a second set of signals is used in one or more second functions to predict the state parameter. In another embodiment, first and second functions are used where the state parameter or an indicator of the state parameter may be obtained from a relationship between the first function and the second function. The state parameter may, for example, include calories consumed or calories burned by the individual. Various methods for making such apparatuses are also disclosed.

Method And Apparatus For Determining Critical Care Parameters

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US Patent:
2012024, Sep 27, 2012
Filed:
Nov 20, 2009
Appl. No.:
13/130282
Inventors:
David Andre - San Francisco CA,
Kevin Ward - Glen Allen CA,
Nisang Vyas - Bopal Ahmedabad Gujarat,
Eric Teller - San Francisco CA,
John M. Stivoric - Pittsburgh PA,
Jonathan Farringdon - Pittsburgh PA,
Scott K. Boehmke - Wexford PA,
Christopher Pacione - Pittsburgh PA,
Raymond Pelletier - Pittsburgh PA,
Kevin Ross - Pittsburgh PA,
Scott Safier - New York NY,
Suresh Vishnubhatla - Wexford PA,
Gregory Kovacs - Palo Alto CA,
James Gasbarro - Pittsburgh PA,
Christopher Kasabach - Pittsburgh PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
A61B 5/0402
A61B 5/08
A61B 5/01
A61B 5/053
A61B 5/0488
A61B 5/1455
A61B 5/11
A61B 5/0476
A61B 5/0496
A61B 5/021
A61B 5/103
A61B 5/145
A61B 6/00
A61B 5/085
A61B 5/1468
A61B 5/024
US Classification:
600310, 600300, 600508, 600509, 600529, 600549, 600547, 600546, 600595, 600544, 600558, 600485, 600587, 600364, 600365, 600407, 600538, 600345, 600476
Abstract:
A physiological measuring system is disclosed that monitors certain physiological parameters of an individual through the use of a body-mounted sensing apparatus. The apparatus is particularly adapted for continuous wear. The system is also adaptable or applicable to calculating derivations of such parameters. A oxygen debt measuring embodiment is directed predicting an outcome in response to injury and illness. The technique allows for closed-loop resuscitation, early identification of illness and early corrective action.

Method And Apparatus For Providing Derived Glucose Information Utilizing Physiological And/Or Contextual Parameters

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US Patent:
2012014, Jun 14, 2012
Filed:
Nov 8, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/291879
Inventors:
John M. Stivoric - PIttsburgh PA,
Eric Teller - San Francisco CA,
David Andre - San Francisco CA,
Nisarg Vyas - Pittsburgh PA,
Jonathan Farringdon - Pittsburgh PA,
Donna Wolf - Pittsburgh PA,
Christopher Pacione - Pittsburgh PA,
Suresh Vishnubhatla - Wexford PA,
Scott Safier - New York NY,
Ray Pelletier - Pittsburgh PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600301
Abstract:
Systems and methods for non-invasively determining parameters related to blood glucose are disclosed. Embodiments are disclosed wherein a wearable sensor device comprises non-invasive sensors generating various sensed data which is then utilized to determine a glucose-related parameter.

Method And Apparatus For Providing Derived Glucose Information Utilizing Physiological And/Or Contextual Parameters

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US Patent:
2009017, Jul 9, 2009
Filed:
Jul 2, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/217299
Inventors:
John M. Stivoric - Pittsburgh PA,
Eric Teller - Pittsburgh PA,
David Andre - Pittsburgh PA,
Nisarg Vyas - Pittsburgh PA,
Jonathan Farringdon - Pittsburgh PA,
Donna Wolf - Pittsburgh PA,
Christopher Pacione - Pittsburgh PA,
Suresh Vishnubhatla - Wexford PA,
Scott Safier - New York NY,
Ray Pelletier - Pittsburgh PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/145
US Classification:
600365
Abstract:
Various methods and apparatuses for measuring a state parameter of an individual using signals based on one or more sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, a first set of signals is used in a first function to determine how a second set of signals is used in one or more second functions to predict the state parameter. In another embodiment, first and second functions are used where the state parameter or an indicator of the state parameter may be obtained from a relationship between the first function and the second function. The state parameter may, for example, include blood glucose levels, calories consumed or calories burned by the individual. Various methods for making such apparatuses are also disclosed.

Method And Apparatus For Auto Journaling Of Body States And Providing Derived Physiological States Utilizing Physiological And/Or Contextual Parameter

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US Patent:
2008017, Jul 17, 2008
Filed:
Oct 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/930100
Inventors:
ERIC TELLER - PITTSBURGH PA,
JONATHAN FARRINGDON - PITTSBURGH PA,
DAVID ANDRE - PITTSBURGH PA,
CHRISTOPHER PACIONE - PITTSBURGH PA,
JOHN STIVORIC - PITTSBURGH PA,
SCOTT SAFIER - PITTSBURGH PA,
RAYMOND PELLETIER - PITTSBURGH PA,
SURESH VISHNUBHATLA - WEXFORD PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600301
Abstract:
Various methods and apparatuses for measuring a state parameter of an individual using signals based on one or more sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, a first set of signals is used in a first function to determine how a second set of signals is used in one or more second functions to predict the state parameter. In another embodiment, first and second functions are used where the state parameter or an indicator of the state parameter may be obtained from a relationship between the first function and the second function. The state parameter may, for example, include calories consumed or calories burned by the individual. Various methods for making such apparatuses are also disclosed.

Method And Apparatus For Auto Journaling Of Body States And Providing Derived Physiological States Utilizing Physiological And/Or Contextual Parameter

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US Patent:
2008017, Jul 17, 2008
Filed:
Oct 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/930094
Inventors:
ERIC TELLER - PITTSBURGH PA,
JONATHAN FARRINGDON - PITTSBURGH PA,
DAVID ANDRE - PITTSBURGH PA,
CHRISTOPHER PACIONE - PITTSBURGH PA,
JOHN STIVORIC - PITTSBURGH PA,
SCOTT SAFIER - PITTSBURGH PA,
RAYMOND PELLETIER - PITTSBURGH PA,
SURESH VISHNUBHATLA - WEXFORD PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600301
Abstract:
Various methods and apparatuses for measuring a state parameter of an individual using signals based on one or more sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, a first set of signals is used in a first function to determine how a second set of signals is used in one or more second functions to predict the state parameter. In another embodiment, first and second functions are used where the state parameter or an indicator of the state parameter may be obtained from a relationship between the first function and the second function. The state parameter may, for example, include calories consumed or calories burned by the individual. Various methods for making such apparatuses are also disclosed.

Method And Apparatus For Auto Journaling Of Body States And Providing Derived Physiological States Utilizing Physiological And/Or Contextual Parameter

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US Patent:
2008017, Jul 17, 2008
Filed:
Oct 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/930092
Inventors:
ERIC TELLER - PITTSBURGH PA,
JONATHAN FARRINGDON - PITTSBURGH PA,
DAVID ANDRE - PITTSBURGH PA,
CHRISTOPHER PACIONE - PITTSBURGH PA,
JOHN STIVORIC - PITTSBURGH PA,
SCOTT SAFIER - PITTSBURGH PA,
RAYMOND PELLETIER - PITTSBURGH PA,
SURESH VISHNUBHATLA - WEXFORD PA,
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600301
Abstract:
Various methods and apparatuses for measuring a state parameter of an individual using signals based on one or more sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, a first set of signals is used in a first function to determine how a second set of signals is used in one or more second functions to predict the state parameter. In another embodiment, first and second functions are used where the state parameter or an indicator of the state parameter may be obtained from a relationship between the first function and the second function. The state parameter may, for example, include calories consumed or calories burned by the individual. Various methods for making such apparatuses are also disclosed.
Scott A Safier from New York, NY, age ~58 Get Report