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Alan D Ford, Nathaniel M Sims, Marc A Mandro: Infusion pump with an electronically loadable drug library and a user interface for loading the library. Baxter International, Fish & Richardson P C, October 28, 1997: US05681285 (369 worldwide citation)

A system for creating a customized drug library for an electronically loadable drug infusion pump, the system including a drug library containing a plurality of drug entries, there being associated with each drug entry a set of associated drug delivery parameters and/or drug delivery protocols for c ...


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James P Welch, Nathaniel M Sims: Network for portable patient monitoring devices. The General Hospital Corporation, Fish & Richardson, June 7, 1994: US05319363 (357 worldwide citation)

Multiple devices that are each suitable for use at a selected one of multiple locations are managed using a network of links that are each assigned to one of the locations. Each link is selectable between a state in which a device is not using the link and a state in which one or more devices are us ...


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Alan D Ford, Nathaniel M Sims, Marc A Mandro: Infusion pump with an electronically loadable drug library and a user interface for loading the library. The General Hospital, Baxter International, Fish & Richardson P C, July 31, 2001: US06269340 (306 worldwide citation)

A system for creating a customized drug library for an electronically loadable drug infusion pump, the system including a drug library containing a plurality of drug entries, there being associated with each drug entry a set of associated drug delivery parameters and/or drug delivery protocols for c ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, John M Turner, Jane M Zeisloft, Daniel C Kusswurm, Ralph H LaBedz: Managing an inventory of devices. The General Hospital Corporation, Baxter International, Fish & Richardson, July 18, 1995: US05434775 (269 worldwide citation)

The locations of a plurality of devices are tracked using a network of communication links, each of which corresponds to a location. Each device is given a tag that identifies the device with respect to other devices and that is connectable to a communication link when the device is disposed at the ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, James P Welch: Transport system for portable patient care apparatus. The General Hospital Corporation, Lahive & Cockfield, August 7, 1990: US04945592 (94 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for transporting a patient care device comprises a vertically adjustable first horizontal flange secured to a patient transport device, a patient care apparatus having an elongate vertical member supporting a patient care device, and a second horizontal flange disposed on an upper porti ...


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Alan D Ford, Nathaniel M Sims, Marc A Mandro: Infusion pump with an electronically loadable drug library and label reader. The General Hospital Corporation, Baxter International, Fish & Richardson P C, December 30, 2008: US07471994 (81 worldwide citation)

A system for creating a customized drug library for an electronically loadable drug infusion pump, the system including a drug library containing a plurality of drug entries, there being associated with each drug entry a set of associated drug delivery parameters and/or drug delivery protocols for c ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, Steven P Kadner, Kevin Ferguson, Chris Martinez, Robert Rajala: Connecting a portable device to a network. The General Hospital Corporation, Aquila Technologies Group, Fish & Richardson P C, November 18, 1997: US05689242 (66 worldwide citation)

A tag associated with a device and that identifies the device with respect to other devices is connected to a communication link with the same connector used to connect the device to a source of power. The device connector includes an element for receiving electrical power and a data contact connect ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, Michael H Wollowitz, David M Wrightson: Multi-dose syringe driver. The General Hospital Corporation, Nutter McClennen & Fish, March 3, 1998: US05722956 (50 worldwide citation)

A syringe driver device is able to effect the controlled, parenteral infusion of a medical fluid using an available disposable syringe. The driver device includes a frame heaving a movable carriage, which houses a force applying element, mounted thereto. A disposable syringe mounts upon the frame an ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, Michael H Wollowitz: Medical equipment transport system. The General Hospital Corporation, Nutter McClennen & Fish, November 23, 1999: US05987670 (32 worldwide citation)

A system for securing a wheeled pole, such as an IV pole, to an adjustable height mobile bed to form a movable assembly. The system includes a linkage element with first and second mounting blocks effective to secure the linkage element to an intermediate frame portion of the bed. An elastomeric mem ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, Michael H Wollowitz, David M Wrightson: Multi-dose syringe driver. The General Hospital Corporation, Nutter McClennen & Fish, September 21, 1999: US05954695 (27 worldwide citation)

A syringe driver device is able to effect the controlled, parenteral infusion of a medical fluid using an available disposable syringe. The driver device includes a frame heaving a movable carriage, which houses a force applying element, mounted thereto. A disposable syringe mounts upon the frame an ...