Cary J Reich, A Edward Osawa, Helen Tran: Hemoactive compositions and methods for their manufacture and use. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, March 16, 2004: US06706690 (91 worldwide citation)

Dried hemoactive materials comprise both a cross-linked biologically compatible polymer and a non-cross-linked biologically compatible polymer. The cross-linked polymer is selected to form a hydrogel when exposed to blood. The non-cross-linked polymer is chosen to solubilize relatively rapidly when ...

Lawrence R Hogan, Herbert Mittleman, Edward G Oilschlager, Ellen Rouch, William L Rudzena: Fluid communication device. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Paul Flattery, Kay H Pierce, Brad Price, April 25, 1989: US04823833 (83 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a sterile, unitized, economical device furnishing a fluid path between a plurality of solutions to be compounded and a receiving container. The device includes a plurality of fluid connectors and fluid lines sealingly connected to respective pump fittings which provide ...

Richard Goldhaber, Daniel F Bischof: Systems and methods for removing undesired matter from blood cells. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Paul C Flattery, Bradford R L Price, Daniel D Ryan, December 14, 1993: US05269946 (70 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods of collecting blood cells use a first container connected to at least three transfer containers. A filtration system is provided with one transfer container, which ultimately serves as the storage container for red blood cells free of white blood cells. The two other transfer con ...

Alexander S Borsanyi, Michael L Jones: Implantable patient-activated fluid delivery device with bolus injection port. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, February 6, 1990: US04898585 (62 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid delivery device for dispensing metered amounts of liquid medication when a pump assembly within its casing is operated by finger pressure applied to a central target zone of the casing's top wall. The top wall also includes an injection site spaced from the central target zone f ...

Robert A Miller, Albert L Stone: Method for filling collapsible containers. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Kay H Pierce, Paul Flattery, Bradford Price, June 20, 1989: US04840017 (34 worldwide citation)

A flexible collapsible container is filled with fluid by connecting a fluid conduit to a tubular port which communicates through one of the walls of the container to the container interior, and rupturing a sealing diaphragm that closes the bore of the tubular port. One then passes fluid through the ...

Alexander S Borsanyi, Russell J Redmond, Claude A Vidal, Edmund E Spaeth: Implantable patient-activated fluid delivery device. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, February 6, 1990: US04898584 (29 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid delivery device for dispensing metered aliquots of liquid medication upon finger-pressure activation of the device by a patient. The device includes a soft, deformable needle-piercable casing having a fluid reservoir in which is located a relatively-rigid, apertured support plat ...

Ramesh Wariar, James Han, George Lamberson, Thomas P Hartranft, Thore Falkvall: Access disconnection systems and methods. Baxter International, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Joseph P Reagen, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, April 4, 2006: US07022098 (25 worldwide citation)

Apparatuses, devices, systems and methods for detecting access disconnection are provided. The present invention includes electrical contacts in fluid and electrical communication with a fluid passing between a patient and a medical system during therapy. In this regard, the present invention can us ...

Robert J Przybelski: Administration of low dose hemoglobin to increase perfusion. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, McAulay Fisher Nissen Goldberg & Kiel, March 25, 1997: US05614490 (24 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a method to therapeutically increase perfusion in a mammal comprising administering stroma-free hemoglobin at a dose ranging from the least amount effective to increase perfusion, up to a dose of about 2500 mg per kilogram of body weight.

Alexander S Borsanyi, Russell J Redmond: Implantable patient-activated fluid delivery device and outlet valve therefor. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, February 6, 1990: US04898583 (17 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid delivery device having a deformable casing containing a fluid reservoir, a compressible pump housing, and inlet and outlet valves for controlling the flow of metered amounts of fluid from the reservoir to a catheter when a target zone of the casing's top wall is depressed. The c ...

Sam Rose, Glenn C Buchanan: Method for making sterile connections between fluid conduit tubes. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, St Onge Steward Johnston & Reens, October 12, 1999: US05965086 (14 worldwide citation)

Sterile interconnection between disassociated segments of thermostable, compressible fluid conduit tubing is achieved by arranging within the bore of the free end of each segment a conductive hollow metal tube so as to establish a connected fluid flow path from one segment to the other, through the ...