1
Vladimir Feingold: Implantable medication infusion system. Ladas & Parry, October 3, 1989: US04871351 (816 worldwide citation)

An implantable medication delivery system comprising an implantable unit with a refillable reservoir, a catheter connected thereto, and a pumping mechanism activated by a microcomputer or microprocessor for pumping medication from the reservoir through the catheter into the body. The implantable med ...


2
Mark W Davis: Method of maximizing catheter longevity in an implantable medication infusion system. Pacesetter Infusion, Leslie S Miller, August 14, 1990: US04947845 (54 worldwide citation)

A method of significantly enhancing the period of time that an implanted intraperitoneal catheter used for the delivery of therapeutic medication will operate without encountering significant blockage by fibrotic tissue is disclosed. By monitoring and maintaining certain physical parameters in patie ...


3
Mark W Davis: Method of screening and selecting intraperitoneal medication infusion pump candidates. Pacesetter Infusion, Leslie S Miller, March 27, 1990: US04911168 (30 worldwide citation)

A method of screening potential recipients of an implantable medication infusion system including an implanted intraperitoneal catheter is disclosed which seeks to select only those candidates who will have a high degree of resistance to catheter blockage due to fibrotic tissue growth. By checking c ...


4
Feingold Vladimir: Systeme implantable pour la perfusion de medicaments, Implantable medication infusion system. Feingold Vladimir, OYEN WIGGS GREEN & MUTALA, May 16, 1989: CA1254091

ABSTRACT An implantable medication delivery system comprising animplantable unit with a refillable reservoir, a catheterconnected thereto, and a pumping mechanism activated by amicrocomputer or microprocessor for pumping medication from thereservoir through the catheter into the body. The implantabl ...


5
ANALYTE SENSOR AND MEDICANT DELIVERY DATA EVALUATION AND ERROR REDUCTION APPARATUS AND METHODS. June 27, 2019: US20190192768-A1

Apparatus and methods for error modeling and correction in one or both of (i) a partially or fully implanted or non-implanted medicant delivery mechanism (such as a pump), and (ii) implanted physiologic parameter sensor. In one exemplary embodiment, the apparatus and methods employ a training mode o ...