Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2015-12-02
A novel enhanced infusion pump system is adapted for dispensing medicament from a flow material reservoir software used in conjunction with a pressure sensor can determine a backstroke volume of medicament that can be used to calculate the volume of medicament in the flow material reservoir.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2015-12-08
An apparatus comprises receiving a user prompt in a blood glucose (BG) management device to start a determination of an effective correction factor, receiving sampled blood glucose data of a patient obtained during a specified time duration, including a time duration after delivery of an initial insulin correction bolus, determining the effective correction factor using the BG management device according to a determined decrease in the blood glucose level of the patient and an amount of insulin in the initial insulin correction bolus, and cancelling the determination of the effective correction factor if a blood glucose level of the patient is outside of a specified range of blood glucose levels.
Tandem Diabetes Care | Date: 2015-11-10
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: 2016-01-11
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: 2014-09-10
A system and method provide for relaying a medical device alarm to a remote location without having a device electrically interconnected with the medical device. The system includes a relay device having software that can store specific alarm patterns or sequences for one or more alarms for a medical device. The relay device can then detect one or more of an audible, visual or tactile alarm from the medical device through corresponding devices or sensors in the relay device. Upon detection of an alarm, the relay device can transmit information pertaining to the alarm to a remote device to notify a user of the remote device of the medical device alarm.