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John Gillespie Jr, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang Jr, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump. Baxter International, Austin J Foley, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, March 28, 2006: US07018361 (126 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump (10) is configured to be powered by either a disposable battery source or a rechargeable battery source. The infusion pump (10) has a housing (12) having a recess (33). A motor is positioned within the housing (12) and is operably connected to an electrical contact (94) disposed in ...


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John Gillespie Jr, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang Jr, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump. Baxter International, K & L Gates, October 27, 2009: US07608060 (23 worldwide citation)

A drive mechanism for an infusion pump linearly moves a syringe plunger within a syringe barrel supported by the pump and includes: (i) a motor; (ii) a lead screw rotatably connected to the motor; (iii) a slide assembly having a threaded member supported thereon, the threaded member being associated ...


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John Gillespie Jr, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang Jr, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump. Baxter International, K&L Gates, August 3, 2010: US07766863 (16 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump which includes a fingerprint reader to verify that a patient or a user is authorized to activate a patient-controlled analgesic button. The fingerprint reader can be integrated into the patient-controlled analgesic button. The infusion pump delivers a dose of medication to the patie ...


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John Gillespie, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump including syringe plunger position sensor. Baxter International, K&L Gates, December 6, 2016: US09514518

An infusion pump includes a housing having a compartment structured to receive a syringe and a drive mechanism supported by the housing. The drive mechanism is structured and arranged to contact a syringe plunger of the syringe and move the syringe plunger within a syringe barrel of the syringe. The ...


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John Gillespie, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump including syringe sensing. Baxter International, K&L Gates, October 9, 2018: US10092690

An infusion pump operable with a syringe having a syringe barrel and a syringe plunger includes a housing having a compartment to receive the syringe and defining a wall, and a syringe clamp moveable towards and away from the wall, the syringe clamp contacting the syringe barrel; a drive mechanism s ...


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John Gillespie Jr, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang Jr, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump with battery operation capability. Baxter International, K&L Gates, April 15, 2014: US08696632

An infusion pump includes a housing; a user interface carried by the housing; a pump actuator positioned by the housing so as to be able to actuate a medical fluid pump member; and wherein the user interface and the pump actuator are powered interchangeably by a first, rechargeable battery unit and ...


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John Gillespie, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump. Francis C Kowalik Esq, Corporate Counsel Law Department, December 18, 2003: US20030233069-A1

An infusion pump (10) is configured to be powered by either a disposable battery source or a rechargeable battery source. The infusion pump (10) has a housing (12) having a recess (33). A motor is positioned within the housing (12) and is operably connected to an electrical contact (94) disposed in ...


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John Gillespie, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump. Baxter International, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, July 3, 2008: US20080161753-A1

An infusion pump which includes a fingerprint reader to verify that a patient or a user is authorized to activate a patient-controlled analgesic button. The fingerprint reader can be integrated into the patient-controlled analgesic button. The infusion pump delivers a dose of medication to the patie ...


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John Gillespie, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, August 17, 2006: US20060184123-A1

A drive mechanism for an infusion pump linearly moves a syringe plunger within a syringe barrel supported by the pump and includes: (i) a motor; (ii) a lead screw rotatably connected to the motor; (iii) a slide assembly having a threaded member supported thereon, the threaded member being associated ...


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John Gillespie Jr, Ralph H LaBedz, Michael Kenneth Platt, Ronald H Spang Jr, James Frei Berrill, Matthew Stephen Vogel, Michelle Kowalski Greaney: Infusion pump with battery operation capability. Baxter International, K&L Gates, October 7, 2010: US20100256561-A1

An infusion pump includes a housing; a user interface carried by the housing; a pump actuator positioned by the housing so as to be able to actuate a medical fluid pump member; and wherein the user interface and the pump actuator are powered interchangeably by a first, rechargeable battery unit and ...