Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2017-01-20
Stored data is accessed over a computer network through a network data manager. Data may be stored and transferred to the network data manager from a product device using an uploader application. In one aspect, a request message containing an access requestor identifier is received at the network data manager from a client device for access to a data storage facility. The network data manager determines if the access requestor identifier is associated with a data record that identifies a product device having a registration record, and if it does, the network data manager transmits a data link to the client device, wherein the data link provides access to the data record by the client device over the computer network for a predetermined time period such that access to the data record is halted upon expiration of the predetermined time period. The client device may comprise, for example, a desktop or laptop computer. The product device, for example, may comprise a portable insulin pump that can be connected to the computer for data transfer to and from the network data manager.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2017-01-04
Devices and methods are disclosed for transferring multiple fluids from multiple supply reservoirs to multiple corresponding receptacle reservoirs. The devices and methods may be configured to prevent or reduce the incidence of a user transferring a fluid to an incorrect receptacle reservoir.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-11-17
A battery-powered infusion pump for delivery of insulin or other medicament may collect and store data related to the pump. The infusion pump can communicate some or all of the stored data to another device, and control the timing and amount of data communicated in order to conserve battery life.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-11-01
A device for infusing liquid medicaments such as insulin includes an infusion pump. The device can modify an insulin delivery protocol stored in memory to delivery an alternative insulin delivery protocol with the pump.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-12-29
An infusion pump system providing therapy to a patient in a closed-loop or semi-closed loop mode can safely automatically revert to open-loop therapy. The system stores a default open-loop basal rate profile in memory. The system also continually tracks the insulin on board for the patient over a plurality of closed-loop therapy intervals. When an error or event occurs requiring reversion to open-loop therapy, the system automatically provides therapy according to the open-loop basal rate profile and the tracked insulin on board amount.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-01-14
Portable or ambulatory infusion devices and systems capable of remotely updating an ambulatory fluid delivery device include safety protocols that verify the status of the ambulatory fluid delivery device before and after a field update of software. Methods of accomplishing the same field update of software are also described.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-09-15
An apparatus comprising a user interface configured to generate an electrical signal to start a basal insulin rate test when prompted by a user, an input configured to receive sampled blood glucose data of a patient that is obtained during a specified time duration, including a time duration during delivery of insulin according to a specified basal insulin rate pattern, and a controller communicatively coupled to the input and the user interface. The controller includes an insulin calculation module configured for determining at least one of an amount of basal insulin over-delivered and an amount of basal insulin under-delivered during the basal insulin rate test in trying to meet a target blood glucose baseline. Other devices and methods are disclosed.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-06-16
A portable medical device includes an interface for accepting a power supply and enabling data transfer while still connected to a human body. The interface may include a universal serial bus interface and may be coupled to a data isolation chip and a power isolation chip. A power controlling processor may determine how the supplied power, e.g., voltage, is supplied to other components within the infusion device. Additional circuitry within the system may provide a secure power transfer within the device to ensure user safety and ensure that a high frequency noise is properly attenuated.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-01-11
Apparatuses and methods for training users of ambulatory medical devices. The methods relate to improving user interactions with the touchscreens of devices. In one embodiment there is an operating mode that records all user interactions along with various device parameters and allows the clinician to review the patients performance for the initial use period. Automated analysis software may be employed to analyze the data generated by the device. The results of the analysis may be used by the clinician to improve the patient and device interaction.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2016-05-09
Inadvertent activation of a portable medical device such as an ambulatory infusion pump can be reduced by locking a touchscreen of the device when it is indicated that an uninterrupted operation is to be performed. When a processor receives a device operation input from the touchscreen that indicates an uninterrupted operation is to be performed on the portable device, the touchscreen is automatically locked such that touch input at the touchscreen is not processed by the processor to navigate between or among menu screens or set pump parameters. Following completion of the uninterrupted operation, the touchscreen can be unlocked. In one embodiment, the touchscreen can be unlocked by selection of an unlock icon on the touchscreen.