CURLIN MEDICAL INC.
|CURLIN MEDICAL INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140025392||Systems and Methods for Validating Treatment Instructions - The present invention can be described as systems and methods for validating treatment instructions. The system may comprise a server having a library database and an agency interface configured to receive medical treatment guidelines and store medical treatment guidelines in the library database. The system may also comprise an administrative console, a processor and a medical device. The processor is configured to validate a treatment instruction of the medical device based on the medical treatment guidelines in the library database. As a method, the present invention receives updated medical information and a treatment instruction of the medical device. Using the processor the treatment instruction is validated based on the medical information of the library database and a validation message is transmitted to the medical device.||01-23-2014|
|20130191770||METHOD OF INPUTTING DATA INTO AN INFUSION PUMP - A method of inputting data into an infusion pump includes inputting the data into a user interface using a data entry system. The user interface includes i) the data entry system for inputting the data related to a drug, a subject, a caregiver, and a protocol for infusing the drug to the subject, ii) a display operative associated with the data entry system, and iii) a processor operatively associated with the display and the data entry system, where the processor has stored therein a program for prompting a user of the infusion pump, via a screen presented on the display, for respective data entry.||07-25-2013|
|20130189120||METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR A PERISTALTIC PUMP - A method of fluid delivery from a rotary peristaltic pump is provided. It comprises providing a roller assembly having a plurality of rollers, the roller assembly having at least one anomalous range and determining a rotational position of the plurality of rollers. The method further comprises increasing a speed of the plurality of rollers when at least one of the plurality of rollers are in the anomalous range and decreasing the speed of the plurality of rollers when each of the plurality of rollers are outside the anomalous range.||07-25-2013|
|20130023848||INFUSION PUMP ASSEMBLY HAVING A REVERSE ROTATION PREVENTION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPERATING THE SAME - A system and method for preventing an undesirable reverse rotation of an infusion pump assembly. The infusion pump motor includes a roller assembly, a coil, a rotor, a rotor position sensor, and a controller. The rotor is in communication with the coil, and the rotor is rotationally coupled to a roller assembly. If the pump is in not pumping, then the system monitors for reverse rotation of the pump, and if reverse rotation of the pump is detected, energizes the coil in a manner that holds the rotor in place. The system may also activate an indicator if reverse rotation is detected.||01-24-2013|
|20110290973||SYRINGE HANGER - A syringe holder is provided for mounting syringe while the syringe is distributing fluid. The syringe holder includes a hook, a main body, and a receiver. The receiver is operatively configured to deploy away from the main body when the syringe is disposed in the receiver.||12-01-2011|
|20110264045||ALARM IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR INFUSION SET WHEN INSTALLED IN PUMP ASSEMBLY - Disclosed herein is an identification system for an infusion set when the infusion set is installed in a pump. The identification system includes a pump, at least one sensor, a catheter, a tube and an alarm. The pump includes at least one sensor disposed thereon, which is in communication with the alarm. The catheter includes a distal end adapted for insertion into a body, and a proximal end opposite the distal end. The tube is operatively configured at a first end to removeably attach to the proximal end of the catheter, and the tube further includes a second end proximate to the sensor(s) on the pump. The sensor(s) are operatively configured to receive a signal generated at the first end or along a length of the tube, and to trigger the alarm upon receiving the signal so as to identify the corresponding pump.||10-27-2011|
|20110264044||TOOL FOR INTERFACING WITH AN INFUSION PUMP - A tool or computer-readable medium for interfacing with an infusion pump includes i) computer-readable code for generating a drug library, generating a run profile, or a combination thereof, and ii) computer-readable code for configuring the infusion pump.||10-27-2011|
|20110264043||METHOD OF LOADING A DRUG LIBRARY INTO AN INFUSION PUMP - A method of loading a drug library into an infusion pump includes transferring the drug library, stored on a remote device, to the infusion pump via a wireless connection. The drug library includes a plurality of subdirectories, and each subdirectory includes a care area, at least one drug, data associated with and dependent upon the drug(s), and at least one mode of operation for infusing the drug(s).||10-27-2011|
|20110260413||SINGLE PIECE GASKET - A single piece gasket is provided wherein the single piece gasket includes a gasket member first portion and a gasket member second portion integral to the gasket member first portion. The gasket member first and second portions are in a common plane when the gasket member is in a relaxed state, and the first and second portions are in intersecting planes in a flexed state. The gasket member first portion is operatively configured to seal at least two compartments. The first and gasket member second portions have substantially circular cross-sections.||10-27-2011|
|20110259954||METHOD OF AUTOMATICALLY PROGRAMMING AN INFUSION PUMP - A method of automatically programming an infusion pump includes scanning, via a machine-readable scanner wirelessly connected to the infusion pump, a machine-readable label for a drug container to automatically program the infusion pump according to a protocol included in the label. The machine-readable label for the drug container further includes a drug name and data associated with a drug corresponding to the drug name.||10-27-2011|
|20110171052||PERISTALTIC PUMP ASSEMBLY - A peristaltic pump assembly includes a pump body including a mounting pin coupled thereto. A removable cassette is slidably received on the mounting pin and is secured to the pump body via a retaining feature. The mounting pin is also configured to allow the removable cassette to rotate into and/or out of an installed position, or to position(s) therebetween.||07-14-2011|
|20090171312||System And Method For Remotely Operating A Peristaltic Pump - A method of storing on a remote storage device protocol information for a drug for administration via a peristaltic pump is disclosed. A communications path between the peristaltic pump and the remote storage device is provided. The protocol information for the drug is entered into the peristaltic pump. The protocol information is transferred from the peristaltic pump to the remote storage device. The protocol information for the drug is stored on the remote storage device. History information may be retrieved from the peristaltic pump. A user request is received requesting retrieval of history information from the peristaltic pump. A pump request is formatted to retrieve history information. The pump request to receive history information is transmitted to the peristaltic pump. The history information is received from the peristaltic pump. The history information is displayed and stored.||07-02-2009|
Patent applications by CURLIN MEDICAL INC.