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Robert E Fischell: Programmable control means for providing safe and controlled medication infusion. The Johns Hopkins University, Robert E Archibald, Howard W Califano, March 15, 1988: US04731051 (412 worldwide citation)

An implantable programmable infusion pump (IPIP) is disclosed and generally includes: a fluid reservoir filled with selected medication; a pump for causing a precise volumetric dosage of medication to be withdrawn from the reservoir and delivered to the appropriate site within the body; and, a contr ...


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Fischell Robert E: Programmable control means for providing safe and controlled medication infusion. Univ Johns Hopkins, April 17, 1985: GB2146460-A (3 worldwide citation)

An implantable programmable infusion pump (IPIP) generally includes: a fluid reservoir (15) filled with selected medication; a pump (18) for causing a precise volumetric dosage of medication to be withdrawn from the reservoir (15) and delivered to the appropriate site within the body; and, a control ...


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Ronald J Lebel, Timothy J Starkweather, Philip T Weiss: Microprocessor controlled ambulatory medical apparatus with hand held communication device. MEDTRONIC MINIMED, Medtronic Minimed, January 3, 2017: US09533096 (1 worldwide citation)

An implantable infusion pump possesses operational functionality that is, at least in part, controlled by software operating in two processor ICs which are configured to perform some different and some duplicate functions. The pump exchanges messages with an external device via telemetry. Each proce ...


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Programmable control means for providing safe and controlled medication infusion. August 30, 1984: WO/1984/003218

An implantable programmable infusion pump (IPIP) generally includes: a fluid reservoir (15) filled with selected medication; a pump (18) for causing a precise volumetric dosage of medication to be withdrawn from the reservoir (15) and delivered to the appropriate site within the body; and, a control ...