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James E Leslie, Everett D Anderson: Ambulatory infusion pump having programmable parameters. Cardiac Pacemakers, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, July 16, 1985: US04529401 (423 worldwide citation)

A portable infusion pump for controllably supplying a programmed volume of medicant to a patient. The apparatus generally comprises a small, portable container having a keyboard for programming the mode of operation and operating parameters, whereby a microprocessor controls the pump in the various ...


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Mark E Williamson, Jerry W Newbrough, Jeffrey P Castleberry, Steve W Stracener: Ambulatory infusion pump. Baxter International, Mark Buonaiuto, Paul C Flattery, Jay Nichols, January 9, 1996: US05482446 (232 worldwide citation)

A medical infusion pump (10) using a pump chamber cassette (86) has a housing (20,22) defining a pump chamber cassette receptacle (84) and a pump driving mechanism (250) for propelling liquid through the pump chamber cassette. A door (50) holds the pump chamber cassette (86) within the cassette rece ...


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Joel Tune, Robert L Anderson, Larry Blankenship, Daniel C Colesworthy III, Warren P Heim, Scott A Miller III, Brad H Sherman, Donald R Widrig: Ambulatory infusion pump. Baxter International, Francis C Kowalik, Thomas D Bratschun, May 20, 1997: US05630710 (228 worldwide citation)

A remotely programmable infusion system for administering liquid to a patient includes an infusion pump unit having a pump for infusing liquids operated by means of a control including a programmed processing unit and a memory chip. The processing unit operates in accordance with delivery program da ...


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Michael W Lawless, Ashok Kaul, Gregory G Hoerner: Interface module for use with an NCT-based pumping mechanism and NCT-based cassette. Abbott Laboratories, Neal D Marcus, February 17, 1998: US05718562 (99 worldwide citation)

A modular ambulatory infusion pump comprises a base unit including an integral housing, said base unit including an infusion pump for infusing fluid into a patient's body, a battery power supply for energizing infusion pump and a control for operating the infusion pump to achieve at least one of a d ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, Ian B Hanson: Method and apparatus for detecting errors, fluid pressure, and occlusions in an ambulatory infusion pump. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, March 20, 2007: US07193521 (98 worldwide citation)

An improved pump, reservoir and reservoir piston are provided for controlled delivery of fluids. A motor is operably coupled to a drive member, such as a drive screw, which is adapted to advance a plunger slide in response to operation of the motor. The plunger slide is removably coupled to the pist ...


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Mary C Dominiak, Sheri A Baltzer, Jeffrey P Castleberry, Warren P Heim: Ambulatory infusion pump. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Paul C Flattery, Jay C Nichols, December 26, 1995: US05478211 (90 worldwide citation)

An ambulatory infusion pump system provides a continuous source of liquid medication to an ambulatory patient. The ambulatory infusion pump system includes a liquid medication reservoir (64) and a conduit (16) for conveying liquid medication from the reservoir to the patient. An ambulatory infusion ...


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Timothy C Ryan: Pressure infusion pump. B Braun Medical, Christie Parker & Hale, September 21, 1999: US05954696 (69 worldwide citation)

A portable, ambulatory infusion pump for use with standard pre-filled infusion medicament containers is powered by a miniature compressed gas cylinder coupled to a mechanical pressure regulator which supplies regulated gas at a substantially constant pressure to an inflatable bladder. The bladder is ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, Ian B Hanson, Cary D Talbot: Methods and apparatuses for detecting occlusions in an ambulatory infusion pump. Medtronic Minimed, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, November 24, 2009: US07621893 (63 worldwide citation)

An improved pump, reservoir and reservoir piston are provided for controlled delivery of fluids. A motor is operably coupled to a drive member, such as a drive screw, which is adapted to advance a plunger slide in response to operation of the motor. The plunger slide is removably coupled to the pist ...


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Sheldon B Moberg, Ian B Hanson: Method and apparatus for detecting errors, fluid pressure, and occlusions in an ambulatory infusion pump. Medtronic MiniMed, February 22, 2011: US07892206 (58 worldwide citation)

An improved pump, reservoir and reservoir piston are provided for controlled delivery of fluids. A motor is operably coupled to a drive member, such as a drive screw, which is adapted to advance a plunger slide in response to operation of the motor. The plunger slide is removably coupled to the pist ...



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