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Mark C Estes, Mitchell Wenger, Morten Mernoe, James Causey: Method and system for manual and autonomous control of an infusion pump. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, June 5, 2012: US08192394 (119 worldwide citation)

A method and system for both autonomous and manual control of an infusion pump for delivering medication to a patient is provided.


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Mark C Estes: Infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, May 10, 2011: US07938797 (92 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a portable infusion pump system can be configured to can be configured to adjust the sensitivity of particular detectors or alert systems based (at least in part) on information received from a monitoring device. For example, a glucose monitoring device can communication with an ...


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Mark C Estes, Mitchell Wenger, John W Sadler: Occlusion sensing system for infusion pumps. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, November 9, 2010: US07828528 (65 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of an infusion pump system may include an occlusion sensor system that communicates with control circuitry to detect the presence of an occlusion. In some embodiments, the occlusion sensor system includes first components that are located within a disposable and non-reusable pump de ...


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Steve Miller, Mark C Estes, Ken Mochel, David Rich: Data storage for an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, May 3, 2011: US07935105 (41 worldwide citation)

A pump system can include a pump device and a controller device removably attachable to the pump device. The controller device can be reusable, and one or more pump devices can be disconnected and reconnected to the controller device. As such, some pump usage data can be conveniently stored in the p ...


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Mark C Estes, Mitchell Wenger, Morten Mernoe, James Causey, Todd Kirschen: Operating an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, August 17, 2010: US07776030 (40 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device and a removable controller device. When the pump device and the removable controller device are removably attached to one another, the components may provide a portable infusion pump unit to dispense medicine to a user. In part ...


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Morten Mernoe, Mitchell Wenger, James Causey, Todd Kirschen: Dispensing fluid from an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, May 10, 2011: US07938803 (40 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of an infusion pump device may include a drive system that accurately and incrementally dispenses fluid from the pump device in a controlled manner. Particular embodiments of the drive system may include a rotational motor that is coupled to a string member, which is used to adjust ...


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Mark C Estes, Deb Ruppert: Activity sensing techniques for an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, May 3, 2011: US07935076 (38 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a wearable infusion pump system can include a pump device having a drive system to dispense a medicine to a user, an activity sensor that detects a possible change in an activity level of the user, and a controller to activate the drive system to dispense the medicine to the user ...


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Mark C Estes, Mitchell Wenger, Morten Mernoe, James Causey, Todd Kirschen: Operating an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, September 14, 2010: US07794427 (37 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device and a removable controller device. When the pump device and the removable controller device are removably attached to one another, the components may provide a portable infusion pump unit to dispense medicine to a user. In part ...


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Mark C Estes, Mitchell Wenger, Morten Mernoe, James Causey, Todd Kirschen: Operating an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, September 7, 2010: US07789859 (29 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device and a removable controller device. When the pump device and the removable controller device are removably attached to one another, the components may provide a portable infusion pump unit to dispense medicine to a user. In part ...


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James Causey, Todd Kirschen, Mitchell Wenger, Steven Friedman, Joshua Colton, Keld Sloth Christensen: Dispensing fluid from an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, November 15, 2011: US08057436 (29 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a drive system that advances a piston rod to dispense medicine to the patient in a safe and energy efficient manner.