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Mitchell Wenger, Mark C Estes, Scott Chiang: Portable infusion pump and media player. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, January 25, 2011: US07875022 (22 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a portable infusion pump system can be configured to deliver medicine (e.g., insulin or the like) to a user and to deliver media content to a user. The media content can include, for example, MP3 music and other audio/video data stored in a memory device in the portable system. T ...


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Mark Estes, Mitchell Wenger: Operating a portable medical device. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, February 7, 2012: US08109921 (21 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a portable medical device, such as an infusion pump, can receive an external reference signal (e.g., a radio, cellular and/or satellite signal) to provide an automatic time-setting and maintenance operation. In these circumstances, the medical device can maintain accurate time an ...


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Morten Mernøe, Michael Gorm Lyngsie: Disposable wearable insulin dispensing device, a combination of such a device and a programming controller and a method of controlling the operation of such a device. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, February 15, 2011: US07887511 (20 worldwide citation)

A disposable, wearable, self-contained insulin dispensing device includes a housing and an insulin source in the housing that is connected to a catheter for injecting insulin into a user. The catheter projects generally perpendicularly to a generally planar surface of the housing configured for abut ...


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Mark C Estes, James Causey: Controlled adjustment of medicine dispensation from an infusion pump device. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, February 1, 2011: US07879026 (19 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of an infusion pump system can incorporate an accelerometer or other motion sensor to detect the user's activity level. If the user's activity level indicates that he or she is exercising or otherwise at an elevated level, the infusion pump device can be configured to automatically ...


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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: US07794428 (18 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, James Causey, Steve Miller, Mellanie Balmeo, Mitchell Wenger: Illumination instrument for an infusion pump. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, November 16, 2010: US07833196 (17 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of an infusion pump system may include an illumination instrument that provides the user with an opportunity to illuminate and inspect a targeted location. The illumination instrument can be useful in situations where the ambient lighting is insufficient for the user's inspection ne ...


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Steve Miller, Ken Mochel, David Rich: Power management techniques for an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, October 16, 2012: US08287514 (16 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of an infusion pump system can employ a number of power management techniques to avoid using substantially excessive power during operation of the pump drive system. Thus, the infusion pump system can draw upon the energy supply in an efficient manner that extends the useful life on ...


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Amit Mhatre, Jian Yao Wu, Mitchell Wenger, Steven Friedman: Occlusion sensing for an infusion pump. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, February 22, 2011: US07892199 (15 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of an infusion pump system may include an occlusion sensor that can be used to detect when an occlusion exists in the fluid path between the medicine reservoir and the infusion site on the user's skin. Such an occlusion may occur, for example, when the fluid flow line (e.g., a cannu ...


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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, February 15, 2011: US07887512 (15 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, Deb Ruppert: Activity sensing techniques for an infusion pump system. Asante Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, December 11, 2012: US08328754 (14 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 ...