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Robert I Connelly, Charles D Shermer, Kenneth G Powell: Wearable, self-contained drug infusion device. Becton Dickinson and Company, Alan W Fiedler, July 8, 2003: US06589229 (729 worldwide citation)

A wearable, self contained drug infusion device is disclosed that is capable of achieving the precise flow rate control needed for dose-critical drugs such as insulin. In preferred embodiments of the device, piezoelectrically-actuated valve or pump structures are used in combination with thermal flo ...


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Robert I Connelly, Kenneth G Powell: Constant rate fluid delivery device with selectable flow rate and titratable bolus button. Becton Dickinson and Company, Roylance Abrams Berdo and Goodman L, March 9, 2004: US06702779 (274 worldwide citation)

A wearable, self-contained drug infusion device is disclosed that is capable of achieving the precise flow rate control needed for dose-critical drugs such as insulin. In preferred embodiments of the device, at least two flow channels are utilized in conjunction with a series of valves for providing ...


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Connelly Robert I, Powell Kenneth G, Shermer Charles D: Wearable, self-contained drug infusion device. Becton Dickinson Co, February 6, 2002: EP1177802-A1 (252 worldwide citation)

A wearable, self-contained drug infusion device is disclosed that is capable of achieving the precise flow rate control needed for dose-critical drugs such as insulin. In preferred embodiments of the device, piezoelectrically-actuated valve or pump structures are used in combination with thermal flo ...


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Ian B Hanson, Paul F Bente IV: Connection and alignment detection systems and methods. MEDTRONIC MINIMED, Foley & Lardner, April 4, 2017: US09610405 (1 worldwide citation)

A medical device includes a first housing portion (FHP) and a second housing portion (SHP) configured to be to be movable relative to each other from a first position to operatively engage at a second position to couple at least one of a drive device and a needle-inserting device supported by one of ...


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Julian D Kavazov: Automated filling systems and methods. Medtronic MiniMed, Foley & Lardner, May 29, 2018: US09980879

Various embodiments of the present invention are directed to transferring fluidic media from a vial to a reservoir. In various embodiments, fluidic media may be transferred from the vial to the reservoir by moving a housing portion to move a plunger head located in the reservoir to draw fluidic medi ...


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Julian D Kavazov: Automated filling systems and methods. Medtronic MiniMed, Foley & Lardner, February 27, 2018: US09901514

Various embodiments of the present invention are directed to transferring fluidic media from a vial to a reservoir. In various embodiments, fluidic media may be transferred from the vial to the reservoir by moving a housing portion to move a plunger head located in the reservoir to draw fluidic medi ...


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Eric M Lorenzen, Edgardo Halili: Reservoir pressure equalization systems and methods. Medtronic MiniMed, Lorenz & Kopf, March 21, 2017: US09598210

Various embodiments of the present invention are directed to equalizing pressure in a reservoir containing fluidic media, possibly due to imperfect installation of the reservoir or an external influence such as an altitude or a temperature change. In various embodiments, fluidic media may be expelle ...


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William P VanAntwerp, Andrew J L Walsh, VenKatesh R Manda, John Burnes: Therapy for kidney disease and/or heart failure. Capricor Therapeutics, Knowles IP Strategies, April 11, 2017: US09616107

Medical systems and methods for treating kidney disease alone, heart failure alone, chronic kidney disease with concomitant heart failure, or cardiorenal syndrome are described. The systems and methods are based on delivery of a natriuretic peptide such as Vessel Dilator to a subject. Methods for in ...


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Ian B Hanson, Paul F Bente IV: Connection and alignment systems and methods. MEDTRONIC MINIMED, Foley & Lardner, January 17, 2017: US09545474

A delivery system for delivering fluidic media to a user having a second housing portion configured to be selectively operatively engaged with and disengaged from a first housing portion, the first housing portion and the second housing portion configured to be slidable relative to each other to ope ...


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CONNELLY ROBERT, POWELL KENNETH: DISPOSITIF DADMINISTRATION DE FLUIDE A DEBIT CONSTANT DOTE DUN BOUTON BOLUS TITRABLE ET A DEBIT SELECTIONNE, CONSTANT RATE FLUID DELIVERY DEVICE WITH SELECTABLE FLOW RATE AND TITRATABLE BOLUS BUTTON. BECTON DICKINSON AND COMPANY, BECTON DICKINSON AND COMPANY, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, October 27, 2009: CA2420048

A wearable, self-contained drug infusion device is disclosed that is capable of achieving the precise flow rate control needed for dose-critical drugs such as insulin. In preferred embodiments of the device, at least two flow channels (76, 78) are utilized in conjunction with a series of valves (82) ...