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Mernøe Morten, Lyngsie Michael Gorm: A 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. M2 Medical, Mernøe Morten, Lyngsie Michael Gorm, BUDDE SCHOU Vester Søgade 10 DK 1601 Copenhagen V, July 8, 2004: WO/2004/056412 (143 worldwide citation)

A disposable, wearable, self-contained insulin dispensing device comprising a housing 2, an insulin source in said housing and adapted for pumping insulin from said insulin source to a catheter 8 for injection of insulin in a user of the device, the catheter being associated with the housing and pro ...


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Morten Mernøe: Infusion pump system, an infusion pump unit and an infusion pump. M2 Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, June 19, 2007: US07232423 (132 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump unit includes a housing sized to allow the pump unit to be carried as a portable unit. The housing contains a controllable pumping system for pumping fluid. The pump actuator is lighter, smaller, quieter and less power consuming.


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Mernoe Morten, Wenger Mitchell, Causey James, Kirschen Todd: Portable infusion pump having a flexible pushrod with hinged portions. M2 Medical, Mernoe Morten, Wenger Mitchell, Causey James, Kirschen Todd, HAWKINS Michael T, April 5, 2007: WO/2007/038091 (36 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device having a flexible pushrod that can adjust from a curved configuration to a generally straight configuration. The flexible pushrod is part of a drive system of the pump device so that the flexible pushrod can be controllably and ...


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Causey James, Kirschen Todd, Wenger Mitchell, Friedman Steven, Colton Joshua, Christensen Keld Sloth: Portable infusion pump with flexible piston rod. M2 Medical, Causey James, Kirschen Todd, Wenger Mitchell, Friedman Steven, Colton Joshua, Christensen Keld Sloth, HAWKINS Michael T, August 28, 2008: WO/2008/103175 (28 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device having a cap device (130) that mates with a pump housing (110) to retain a medicine cartridge (120) therein. In addition to retaining the medicine cartridge in the pump housing, the cap device may perform a number of preparator ...


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Morten Mernøe: Flexible piston rod. M2 Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, May 22, 2007: US07220248 (23 worldwide citation)

A flexible piston rod includes a piston and a row of elements, each having top, bottom, and lateral surfaces, the top surface of one element being connected to the bottom surface of an adjacent element by a hinge that allows the two adjacent elements to pivot from a first position, where a portion o ...


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Mhatre Amit, Wu Jian Yao, Wenger Mitchell, Friedman Steven: Occlusion sensing for an infusion pump. M2 Medical Group Holdings, Mhatre Amit, Wu Jian Yao, Wenger Mitchell, Friedman Steven, HAWKINS Michael T, November 27, 2008: WO/2008/144693 (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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Estes Mark C, Wenger Mitchell: Operating an infusion pump system. M2 Medical Group Holdings, Estes Mark C, Wenger Mitchell, HAWKINS Michael T, March 12, 2009: WO/2009/032400 (14 worldwide citation)

A portable medical device, such as an infusion pump, receives 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 and date information even ...


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Mernoe Morten, Wenger Mitchell, Causey James, Kirschen Todd: Infusion pump with a drive having a ratchet and pawl combination. M2 Medical, Mernoe Morten, Wenger Mitchell, Causey James, Kirschen Todd, HAWKINS Michael T, April 5, 2007: WO/2007/038059 (12 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 (130) that is coupled to a string member (140) , which is us ...


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Estes Mark C, Wenger Mitchell, Mernoe Morten, Causey James, Kirschen Todd: Modular infusion pump having two different energy sources. M2 Medical, Estes Mark C, Wenger Mitchell, Mernoe Morten, Causey James, Kirschen Todd, HAWKINS Michael T, April 5, 2007: WO/2007/038060 (12 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 ...