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Paul M DiPerna, David Brown, Mike Rosinko, Dan Kincade, Michael Michaud, John Nadworny, Geoffrey A Kruse, Thomas R Ulrich: Infusion pump system with disposable cartridge having pressure venting and pressure feedback. Tandem Diabetes Care, Grant Anderson, October 30, 2012: US08298184 (31 worldwide citation)

Embodiments are directed to portable infusion devices, systems, and methods of using the same for dispensing materials. In some cases, the devices, systems and methods may be used for infusing a material such as medicament, e.g., insulin, into a body in need thereof.


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Paul M DiPerna, David Brown, Mike Rosinko, Dan Kincade, Michael Michaud, John Nadworny, Geoffrey A Kruse, Thomas R Ulrich: Infusion pump system with disposable cartridge having pressure venting and pressure feedback. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, December 15, 2015: US09211377 (4 worldwide citation)

Embodiments are directed to portable infusion devices, systems, and methods of using the same for dispensing materials. In some cases, the devices, systems and methods may be used for infusing a material such as medicament, e.g., insulin, into a body in need thereof.


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Mike Rosinko, Geoffrey Kruse, Paul Harris: System and method for detecting occlusions in an infusion pump. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, November 3, 2015: US09173998 (3 worldwide citation)

Occlusions in a delivery line of an infusion pump can be detected by measuring pressure differentials in the pump over short periods of time in order to minimize the effects of long term systematic sensor changes. In a delivery mode such as basal insulin delivery where a small portion of a volume of ...


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Erik T Verhoef, Paul M DiPerna, Mike Rosinko, Mark Williamson, Geoffrey A Kruse, Thomas R Ulrich, Phil Lamb, Sean Saint, Michael Michaud, William Trevaskis: Infusion pump system with disposable cartridge having pressure venting and pressure feedback. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, January 6, 2015: US08926561 (2 worldwide citation)

Embodiments are directed to portable infusion devices, systems, and methods of using the same for dispensing materials. In some cases, the devices, systems and methods may be used for infusing a material such as medicament, e.g., insulin, into a body in need thereof.


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Geoff Kruse, Kim Blickenstaff, Mike Rosinko: Device and method for training users of ambulatory medical devices. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, January 19, 2016: US09238100 (2 worldwide citation)

Apparatuses and methods for training users of ambulatory medical devices. The methods relate to improving user interactions with the touchscreens of devices. In one embodiment there is an operating mode that records all user interactions along with various device parameters and allows the clinician ...


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Thomas Metzmaker, Sean Saint, Michael Michaud, Mike Rosinko, Vance Swanson: Methods and devices for multiple fluid transfer. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, November 10, 2015: US09180242 (1 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are disclosed for transferring multiple fluids from multiple supply reservoirs to multiple corresponding receptacle reservoirs. The devices and methods may be configured to prevent or reduce the incidence of a user transferring a fluid to an incorrect receptacle reservoir.


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Sean Saint, Mike Rosinko: Clinical variable determination. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, July 10, 2018: US10016561

A computer implemented method of determining a clinical variables utilizing an insulin pump that includes initiating blood glucose measurements, initiating ingestion of carbohydrates and receiving input data based on the blood glucose measurements and the ingestion of carbohydrates and utilizing the ...


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Mike Rosinko: Simplified insulin pump for type II diabetics. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, February 12, 2019: US10201656

A simplified insulin pump allows type II diabetics to identify routine patterns in their daily lifestyle that provide a generally accurate typical pattern of activity and meals. An infusion regimen can be programmed into the pump that generally correlates with this typical pattern to provide a viabl ...


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Mike Rosinko, Phil Lamb: Device and method for setting therapeutic parameters for an infusion device. Tandem Diabetes Care, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, March 28, 2017: US09603995

Embodiments are directed to infusion devices, systems, and methods to detect a capacity of a collapsible fluid reservoir of an infusion cartridge and/or a volume of a fluid disposed in the collapsible fluid reservoir or some other parameters of the infusion cartridge, and setting corresponding thera ...


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Paul M DiPerna, Mike Rosinko, Geoffrey A Kruse, Thomas R Ulrich, Christopher Dabrow, Mark Williamson, Brian Bureson, Kathryn Rieger: Infusion pump system with disposable cartridge having pressure venting and pressure feedback. Tandem Diabetes Care, June 23, 2011: US20110152770-A1

Embodiments are directed to portable infusion devices, systems, and methods of using the same for dispensing materials. In some cases, the devices, systems and methods may be used for infusing a material such as medicament, e.g., insulin, into a body in need thereof.