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A biological syringe system for delivering a first and second fluid in a mixed composition comprising a manifold. The manifold has first and second component channels therethrough and first and second input connections respectively communicating with the first and second component channels. The first and second component channels terminate in exit channels adjacent to each other on an opposing end of the manifold. A discharge assembly is coupled to the opposing end of the manifold and receives fluid from both of the exit channels. The discharge assembly is used for mixing fluid from both of the exit channels and delivering the mixed fluid in a spray. The discharge assembly has a first and second passage therethrough communicating with the exit channels from the manifold for carrying fluid from the first and second component channels in corresponding first and second passages within the discharge assembly while maintaining the first and second fluids separated from each other. The discharge assembly has a mixing space defined therein to receive separate flows from the passages. The discharge assembly further comprises a mixing mechanism disposed within the mixing space to thoroughly mix the first and second fluids for the first time within the mixing space and to immediately thereafter atomize the thoroughly mixed first and second fluids in a spray discharged from the discharge assembly.

Title
Biological syringe system
Application Number
102543
Publication Number
5116315
Application Date
December 29, 1989
Publication Date
May 26, 1992
Inventor
H Stephen Cooksten
Malibu
CA, US
Emil E Capozzi
Costa Mesa
CA, US
Agent
Daniel L Dawes
Assignee
Hemaedics
CA, US
IPC
A01M 37/00
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