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1. (WO2018162318) CONTROLLING USER ACCESS TO A MEDICAL SYSTEM

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/162318    International Application No.:    PCT/EP2018/055051
Publication Date: Fri Sep 14 01:59:59 CEST 2018 International Filing Date: Fri Mar 02 00:59:59 CET 2018
IPC: G06F 19/00
G16H 40/63
G06F 21/30
G06F 21/35
H04W 12/06
H04W 12/08
Applicants: ROCHE DIABETES CARE GMBH
F. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG
ROCHE DIABETES CARE, INC.
Inventors: WETZEL, Simon
CARSTEN, Mueglitz
DANCKWARDT, Nils
SEIDEL, Andreas
HUBER-TOTH, Andreas
Title: CONTROLLING USER ACCESS TO A MEDICAL SYSTEM
Abstract:
Disclosed is a method for controlling user access to a medical system, the medical system including a medical device (1) and remote controller (2). The method includes providing the medical device (1) comprising a medical device communication unit (13). The method includes providing the remote controller (2) as separate device from the medical device (1), the remote controller (2) comprising a remote controller user interface (24a, 24b) and a remote controller communication unit (23). The remote controller (2) is designed for entering, via the remote controller user interface (24a, 25b), at least one medical device command for execution by the medical device (1), wherein the medical device communication unit (13) and the remote controller communication unit (23) are adapted for data exchange. The method further includes controlling the remote controller (2) to be in a locked state, wherein, in the locked state, entering of the at least one medical device command and execution of the further command is disabled. The method further includes, in the locked state, requesting the entry of an identification code via the remote controller user interface (24a, 24b) and switching, upon correct entry of the identification code, the remote controller (2) into an unlocked state, wherein, in the unlocked state, entering of the at least one medical device command is enabled. The method further includes alternatively determining by the medical system, whether a safety condition is met, and executing, if the safety condition is met, a further command.