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Geoffrey N Holland, Patrick B Keely, Jeff Pelletier, Charles P Moran, John W Huang, Marwan Fathallah, Martin A McNeela: Medication management system. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, July 8, 2008: US07398183 (83 worldwide citation)

A medication management system (MMS) includes a medication management unit (MMU) associated with a medical device. The MMU downloads a medication order to the medical device only if information from a first input matches information from a second input. The medical device receives delivery informati ...


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Marwan A Fathallah, John S Ziegler, David C Franchino, Kent B Chase, Todd J Bakken, Daniel J Lee: Fluid delivery device identification and loading system. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, August 21, 2007: US07258534 (61 worldwide citation)

A medical pump includes a chassis having a fixed seat, and a main carriage having a carriage footing for receiving a fluid delivery device and restricting its movement. An actuator automatically moves the main carriage between open and closed positions to engage the fluid delivery device to the seat ...


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Edward G Connell, Marwan Fathallah, Kenneth A Hsu, John Norman, William L Rudzena, Karl J Sprague, John S Ziegler: Hazardous material handling system and method. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, July 20, 2010: US07758560 (47 worldwide citation)

A method and system for handling hazardous materials contained in a vial includes an isolation enclosure having an opening selectively sealable about the vial, a bag body portion, and a cap portion. A latching extraction element is attached to the cap portion and has a preceding engaging member to s ...


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Gene E Clark, Steve T Cho, Harlow B Christianson, John M Sperinde: Fluid flow measurement device. Hospira, Beth A Vrioni, November 9, 2004: US06813964 (45 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a device for obtaining flow rate measurements including a sensor assembly and a housing. The sensor assembly includes a body defining a first fluid flow passage having an inlet, an outlet, a flow restricting element in the first fluid flow passage between the inlet and t ...


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Steve T Cho: Microneedles for minimally invasive drug delivery. Hospira, Brian R Woodworth, Michael R Crabb, December 27, 2005: US06980855 (44 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a microneedle incorporating a base that is broad relative to a height of the microneedle, to minimize breakage. The microneedle further includes a fluid channel and a beveled non-coring tip. Preferably arrays of such microneedles are fabricated utilizing conventional s ...


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Geoffrey N Holland, Patrick B Keely, Jeff Pelletier, Charles P Moran, John W Huang, Marwan Fathallah, Martin A McNeela: Medication management system. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, November 18, 2008: US07454314 (43 worldwide citation)

A medication management system (MMS) includes a medication management unit (MMU) associated with a medical device. The MMU downloads a medication order to the medical device only if information from a first input matches information from a second input. The medical device receives delivery informati ...


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Marwan A Fathallah, Heather J Barnes, Kristine T Delano, Amy B Magurno, Eric R Wald, Corinna S Paine Proctor, Kevin O Roughton, Kevin Barkan, John W Huang, Raymond P Silkaitis, Mihaela Cozmi, Glenn Davis, Bernardino Rubalcaba Jr, Katalin M Schroeder, Suzanne Willey: User interface improvements for medical devices. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, May 17, 2011: US07945452 (42 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is disclosed for operating a medical device with a screen having an improved graphical user interface, which selectively reallocates screen display for both single and multi-channel pumps. Channel indicators associate operation information with a specific delivery channel. Pat ...


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Marwan A Fathallah, John S Ziegler, Todd J Bakken, Daniel J Lee: Medical device system. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, July 7, 2009: US07556616 (41 worldwide citation)

A first portable medical device is adapted for use in an interlocking system for interlocking the first medical device to a second medical device. The first device includes a housing having opposite sides, a selective element, a blocking element, and an optional clamp mechanism. At least one of the ...


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David T Wang, Robert P Cousineau, Lori E Lucke, Marwan A Fathallah, John S Ziegler: System and method for reducing air bubbles in a fluid delivery line. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, July 19, 2011: US07981082 (39 worldwide citation)

A method and pump that accurately senses air in a fluid delivery line pulses or activates and deactivates the air sensor(s) multiple times during the pumping phase of the fluid delivery cycle and can generate alarms based upon a single indication or a cumulative indication of air in the line. The pu ...