Patents

MedLite ID illuminated infusion line systems are protected by the following patents and trademarks:

Patent number: 10589019

Date of Patent: March 17, 2020

Abstract: An IV line identification system to enable ready identification of an IV line and its associated fluid source and output and to enable distinguishing the IV line from other IV lines and their fluid sources and outputs. The IV line identification system includes a first light source and a second light source communicatively coupled to one another via a wireless connection. The light sources are configured such that when one is activated so as to generate a light signal, the other is automatically activated to generate a corresponding light signal. Each light source may be placed on opposite ends of an IV line to enable ready identification of each end of the same IV line.

Patent number: 10064991

Date of Patent: September 4, 2018

Abstract: An IV line identification system to enable ready identification of an IV line and its associated fluid source and output and to enable distinguishing the IV line from other IV lines and their fluid sources and outputs. The IV line identification system includes a first light source and a second light source communicatively coupled to one another via a wireless connection. The light sources are configured such that when one is activated so as to generate a light signal, the other is automatically activated to generate a corresponding light signal. Each light source may be placed on opposite ends of an IV line to enable ready identification of each end of the same IV line.

Patent number: 10722641

Date of Patent: July 28, 2020

Abstract: An IV line identification system to enable ready identification of an IV line and its associated fluid source and output and to enable distinguishing the IV line from other IV lines and their fluid sources and outputs. The IV line identification system includes a first light source and a second light source communicatively coupled to one another via a wireless connection. The light sources are configured such that when one is activated so as to generate a light signal, the other is automatically activated to generate a corresponding light signal. Each light source may be placed on opposite ends of an IV line to enable ready identification of each end of the same IV line.

Note: Additional foreign and US patents pending

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