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Infusion device and method for administering a medical fluid to a patient

An infusion device (1) for administering a medical fluid to a patient (p) comprises a pumping mechanism (11) for pumping a medical fluid from a fluid container (20) through a delivery line (3) towards a patient (p) at a set flow rate, a sensor device (14) for measuring a force on the pumping mechanism (11) or the delivery line (3), and a processor device (15) for deriving, from the force measured by the sensor device (14), a pressure value indicative of the pressure in the delivery line (3), wherein the processor device (15) is constituted to compare the pressure value to a threshold value for determining whether a occlusion (o) in the delivery line (3) is present. Herein, a storage device (16) stores a compliance value associated with the pumping mechanism (11) and/or the delivery line (3), wherein the processor device (15) is constituted to compute, from the stored compliance value, the flow rate and the threshold value, an estimate of a duration (t) between the time (t0) of an occurrence of an occlusion (o) in the delivery line (3) and the time (t1) at which the pressure value exceeds the threshold value (pthres). ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Method and system for performing a continuous infusion process

A method for performing a continuous infusion process using at least two infusion devices (1a, 1b) comprises the steps of: delivering a first fluid (m1) from a first medication container (100a) through a first delivery line (11a) at a first flow rate (f1) using a first infusion device (1a) in a first phase; and delivering a second fluid (m2) from a second medication container (100b) through a second delivery line (11b) at a second flow rate (f2) using a second infusion device (1b) in a second phase following the first phase. Herein, a relay device (2) connected to said first delivery line (11a) and said second delivery line (11b) is constituted to receive the first fluid (m1) via the first delivery line (11a) in the first phase and the second fluid (m2) via the second delivery line (11b) in the second phase, wherein the relay device (2) is further constituted to discharge the received first or second fluid (m1 m2) to an outlet delivery line (3) connected to the relay device (2) for administration to a patient (p), the outlet delivery line having a predefined delivery volume (dv). ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Infusion device comprising a wobbling device for acting onto a pump module

An infusion device (3) comprises a housing element (30) having a receptacle (301) for receiving a pump module (1), and a pump actuation mechanism (2) having a wobbling device (20) arranged on the housing element (30) and a drive shaft (21) being rotatable about a rotational axis (a). The wobbling device (20) is actuatable, by rotating the drive shaft (21) about the rotational axis (a), to perform a tumbling motion with respect to the receptacle (300) for acting onto the pump module (1) received in the receptacle (300) in order to pump a fluid through the pump module (1). ... Fresenius Vial Sas

System and method for controlling the administration of a drug to a patient

A system for controlling the administration of a drug to a patient comprises at least one medical device (11, 12, 12′) for administering a drug to a patient, a distribution server (14), and a drug library database (15) comprising drug library data (150), the medical device (11, 12, 12′) being programmable, according to drug library data (150) of the drug library database (15), by entering configuration data (151) into the medical device (11, 12, 12′) for performing an administration operation for administering a drug to a patient. Herein, the system is operative to record said configuration data (151) and to report said configuration data (151) to the distribution server (14), wherein the distribution server (14) is constituted to pass said configuration data (151) to an expert system (16) comprising a knowledge database (160) for storing said configuration data, the expert system (16) being constituted to evaluate the knowledge database (160) for modifying said drug library database (15) according to said evaluation. ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Method for calibrating an infusion device

An infusion device comprises a pump device (1) having a housing part (103) and a flexible wall section (120) together forming a pump channel (121) through which a fluid is to be pumped, wherein the pump channel (121) has a first end (120a) as inlet for a fluid and a second end (120b) as outlet for a fluid, wherein the pump channel (121) extends along a channel length (c) between the first end (120a) and the second end (120b). The infusion device further comprises a pump actuation mechanism (2) having an actuation device (20) for acting onto the flexible wall section (120) along the channel length (c) of the pump channel (121) for locally depressing the flexible wall section (120) in a vertical direction (z) in order to pump a fluid through the pump channel (121), the actuation device (20) being displaceable with respect to a housing section (22) of the pump actuation mechanism (2) along the vertical direction (z). ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Infusion device

An infusion device (1) comprises a housing (10) having a front side (102) and a back side (103) opposite to the front side (102). A display device (11) is arranged at the front side (102) of the housing (10). ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Medical device comprising a visual and an audio alarm signal generator

A medical device (2, 3, 20), in particular a medical infusion device (2, 3, 20), comprises a control unit (200) for controlling operation of the medical device (2, 3, 20), a visual alarm generator (201) for generating a visual alarm signal (v), and an audio alarm generator (202) for generating an audio alarm signal (s). Herein, the control unit (200) is constituted to control the visual alarm generator (201) and the audio alarm generator (202), in case of an alarm condition, for producing a visual alarm signal (v1, v2) and an audio alarm signal (s1, s2) which are offset with respect to each other by a predetermined time difference (t1). ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Method for processing an input for controlling an infusion operation

A method for processing an input into a control device (3) for controlling the infusion operation of at least one infusion device (20) comprises the steps of: displaying a first view (v) on a touch-sensitive display device (30) of the control device (3), the first view (v) including a multiplicity of input elements (301-304); upon a first touch input by a user, determining a projection area (p) associated with the touch input on the first view (v); if the projection area (p) intersects with at least one input element (301-304) of the multiplicity of input elements (301-304), determining an intersection area (a1, a2) of the projection area (p) with the intersected at least one input element (301-304); and if the intersection area (a1, a2) with an intersected input element (301-304) is larger than a selection threshold (r1), identifying the associated input element (301-304) as selected. Herein, if the intersection area (a1, a2) with all of the at least one input element (301-304) does not exceed the selection threshold (r1), the intersected at least one input element (301-304) is displayed in an alternate view (v) if for the intersected at least one input element (301-304) a critical relevance criteria (c) is fulfilled. ... Fresenius Vial Sas

Medical communication system and commuication method

The invention relates to a medical communication system, comprising at least one medical device (2a, 2b, 2c); a gateway (31) configured for establishing at least one wireless link to an access point; wherein the medical device (2a, 2b, 2c) comprises a unit (22a, 22b, 22c) for establishing a communication connection to the gateway (31) and a unit (21a, 21b, 21c) for establishing a direct wireless link to the access point, and wherein the medical device (2a, 2b, 2c) is configured to detect whether or not a communication connection to the gateway (3) is established and to set up a direct wireless communication link to the access point if a communication connection to the gateway (31) is not established, wherein the medical communication system is configured to set up a communication link between the medical device (2a, 2b, 2c) and the access point via the gateway (31) if a communication connection between the medical device (2a, 2b, 2c) and the gateway (31) is established.. . ... Fresenius Vial Sas








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