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James D Causey III, William H Stutz Jr, Clyde K Nason, Sheldon B Moberg, Jay Yonemoto: Cost-sensitive application infusion device. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, June 22, 2004: US06752787 (382 worldwide citation)

A reusable external infusion device infuses a fluid into an individual's body. The infusion device controls the rate that fluid flows from a reservoir inside a housing, through an external tube, and into the individual's body. Essentially, the infused fluid is insulin. However, many other ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, James D Causey III, Rex O Bare, Andrew J Scherer, Bradley J Sargent: Methods, apparatuses, and uses for infusion pump fluid pressure and force detection. December 9, 2003: US06659980 (367 worldwide citation)

An occlusion detection system detects an occlusion in a fluid path of an infusion pump. The infusion pump is for delivering fluid to a user. The infusion pump includes a housing, a motor, a reservoir, one or more drive train components, a sensor, and an electronics system. The motor is contained wit ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, James D Causey III, Rex O Bare, Andrew J Scherer, Bradley J Sargent: Methods, apparatuses, and uses for infusion pump fluid pressure and force detection. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, November 26, 2002: US06485465 (335 worldwide citation)

An occlusion detection system detects an occlusion in a fluid path of an infusion pump. The infusion pump is for delivering fluid to a user. The infusion pump includes a housing, a motor, a reservoir, one or more drive train components, a sensor, and an electronics system. The motor is contained wit ...


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Andrew C Hayes, John J Mastrototaro, Sheldon B Moberg, John C Mueller Jr, H Bud Clark, Mike Charles Vallet Tolle, Gary L Williams, Bihong Wu, Garry M Steil: Algorithm sensor augmented bolus estimator for semi-closed loop infusion system. Medtronic MiniMed, June 16, 2009: US07547281 (271 worldwide citation)

An infusion system is for infusing a fluid into the body of a patient. The infusion system includes at least one sensor for monitoring blood glucose concentration of the patient and an infusion device for delivering fluid to the patient. The sensor produces at least one sensor signal input. The infu ...


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Cary D Talbot, Sheldon B Moberg, James D Causey III, Jay A Yonemoto: Selective potting for controlled failure and electronic devices employing the same. Medtronic MiniMed, Foley & Lardner, October 5, 2004: US06801420 (183 worldwide citation)

A selectively protected electrical system includes or operates with a power source, a load, a power driver circuit for controllably transferring power from the power source to the load, the power driver circuit being encapsulated in a potting material, and a controller for enabling and disabling the ...


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Gene A Bornzin, Kelly H McClure, Gabriel Mouchawar, Sheldon B Moberg: System and method for providing hemodynamically optimal pacing therapy. Pacesetter, Lisa P Weinberg, August 27, 1996: US05549650 (181 worldwide citation)

A system and method for a pacemaker are provided, for using cardiac wall motion sensor signals to provide hemodynamically optimal pacing therapy to patient at rest, and for providing rate-responsive pacing therapy. The cardiac wall motion sensor signals are provided by an implantable lead that incor ...


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William P Van Antwerp, Sheldon B Moberg: Infusion site leak detection system and method of using the same. Medtronic MiniMed, October 8, 2002: US06461329 (169 worldwide citation)

An infusion leak detection system indicates that a fluid to be delivered into an individual's body has leaked near an infusion site. The infusion site is at a location where a delivery element, such as a cannula, needle, or the like, penetrates an individual's body. Preferably, one end of ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, James D Causey III: Implantable leads incorporating cardiac wall acceleration sensors and method of fabrication. Pacesetter, Lisa P Weinberg, May 13, 1997: US05628777 (144 worldwide citation)

Implantable leads incorporating accelerometer-based cardiac wall motion sensors, and a method of fabricating such leads, are provided. The cardiac wall motion sensors transduce accelerations of cardiac tissue to provide electrical signals indicative of cardiac wall motion to an implantable cardiac s ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, Kenny J Long, Kaezad J Mehta, Ian B Hanson: Remote monitoring for networked fluid infusion systems. Medtronic Minimed, Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz P C, May 17, 2011: US07942844 (134 worldwide citation)

A fluid infusion system as described herein includes a number of local “body network” devices, such as an infusion pump, a handheld monitor or controller, a physiological sensor, and a bedside or hospital monitor. The body network devices can be configured to support communication of status data, ph ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, Ian B Hanson, R Paul Mounce, Paul F Bente IV, Julian D Kavazov: Systems and methods allowing for reservoir filling and infusion medium delivery. Medtronic Minimed, Foley & Lardner, November 9, 2010: US07828764 (133 worldwide citation)

A system includes a durable portion with a durable housing and a separable disposable portion with a disposable housing that selectively engage with and disengage from each other. The disposable housing secures to a patient and may be disposed of after it has been in use for a prescribed period. Com ...