Fredric C Colman, Peter C Lord: Medication infusion device with blood glucose data input. MiniMed, Kelly Bauersfeld Lowry & Kelley, September 9, 1997: US05665065 (776 worldwide citation)

A medication infusion device such as a programmable infusion pump includes data input regarding a selected patient parameter such as a current blood glucose reading. The infusion device includes a controller responsive to this data input to develop a medication delivery protocol which can be impleme ...

Vaughn P Cable, Clyde K Nason, Gordon W Culp: External infusion pump apparatus. Pacesetter Infusion, Leslie S Miller, Bryant R Gold, Wayne M Kennard, August 11, 1987: US04685903 (646 worldwide citation)

A programmable infusion pump apparatus having a power supply (4, 11), a first circuit (6) responsive to the and assisting the power supply (4), power generating circuit (8) for generating sufficient power to drive a pump drive mechanism (12), a power storage circuit (10) for storing the power genera ...

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 (429 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a fluid reservoir filled with selected medication; a pump for causing a precise volumetric dosage of medication to be withdrawn from the reservoir and delivered to the appropriate site within the body; and, a contr ...

Robert A DiDomenico: Positive pressure programmable infusion pump. Intermedics Infusaid, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, December 22, 1987: US04714462 (355 worldwide citation)

A positive pressure positive displacement implantable infusion pump. A positive pressure fluid reservoir maintains infusate for delivery by a positive pressure displacement pump. Infusate is drawn by the pump into a drug pressurant chamber. A check valve prevents backflow into the reservoir. The che ...

Jean Luc Hauser: Programmable portable infusion pump system. Francis A Sirr, Earl C Hancock, July 4, 1995: US05429602 (345 worldwide citation)

A portable and programmable infusion pump system is disclosed for injecting one or more medicinal substances into an individual under the control of the individual. A common controller unit and microprocessor is provided for one or more pump units. Each pump unit includes a chamber for holding a med ...

David A Scanlon: Method and apparatus for a fluid infusion system with linearized flow rate change. Pharmacia Deltec, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter and Schmidt, January 26, 1993: US05181910 (305 worldwide citation)

A programmable infusion pump and controller for automatically determining the interval between pump activations necessary to produce a substantially linear rate of increase or decrease in fluid flow, during the administration of fluids to a patient. The infusion pump contains a user interface, with ...

Larry R Zalesky, Linda S Hansen: Programmable infusion pump for administering medication to patients. SIMS Deltec, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, February 14, 1995: US05389078 (170 worldwide citation)

A programmable infusion pump which combines automatic and demand doses of medication with any basal rates on a real-time basis to determine an effective rate at anytime during the delivery cycle without under-delivering fluid due to the minimum increment of fluid delivery by the pump.

Eric W Brown: Programmable infusion pump. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, May 3, 1988: US04741736 (146 worldwide citation)

A cartridge, a control system and an infusion pump provide an infusion system. The cartridge contains one or more flexible compartments and pressure roller for squeezing fluid from the compartments. When there is a plurality of fluid compartments in the cartridge, a multilumen connector is provided ...

Edward T Cordner Jr, George T Walker III, Howard S Barr, Farid Khadem: Programmable infusion pump. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, September 14, 1993: US05244463 (108 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump system, comprises disposable tubing having an elastic segment and one-way check valves at each end of the segment for conveying intravenous fluid from a source to a patient, a compact, portable housing having an open receptacle for removably receiving a segment of the disposable tub ...

Shan Padda, Doron Levitas, Arie Kalo: Programmable infusion pump with interchangeable tubing. Sabratek Corporation, Stephen C Glazier, March 7, 1995: US05395320 (107 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump which can be programmed to deliver any of a variety of selected profiles of fluid medicine volume delivered over time. The pump can be programmed to accommodate any of a variety of the commonly available sizes and types of disposable tubing. The preferred embodiment uses a variable ...