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David Cassidy, Russell Hart: Wearable intravenous fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, January 16, 2001: US06175688 (96 worldwide citation)

An intravenous fluid heater is provided that is dimensioned so as to be wearable adjacent a patient's intravenous fluid infusion situs. In one embodiment, the heater includes a heat exchanger for defining a flow path through the heater for fluid to be infused via the infusion situs. At least on ...


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David Cassidy, Russell Hart, John Landy, Andrea Stamp: Heat exchanger useable in wearable fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, November 12, 2002: US06480257 (84 worldwide citation)

A heat exchanger that is useable in a wearable fluid heater is disclosed. Mechanisms may be used with or comprised in embodiments of the heat exchanger for purging gas from the heat exchanger.


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David Cassidy, Russell Hart: Wearable intravenous fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, May 22, 2001: US06236809 (75 worldwide citation)

An intravenous fluid heater is provided that is dimensioned so as to be wearable adjacent a patient's intravenous fluid infusion situs. In one embodiment, the heater includes a heat exchanger for defining a flow path through the heater for fluid to be infused via the infusion situs. At least on ...


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George N Zantos: Method and apparatus for deflation of an intra-aortic balloon. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Morse & Altman, June 22, 1999: US05913814 (37 worldwide citation)

A method for decreasing the deflation time of an intra-aortic balloon comprises removing a portion of the gas from the closed pneumatic system during balloon inflation and then restoring the removed gas to the system at or near the end of balloon deflation. An apparatus for decreasing the deflation ...


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David E Cassidy: Induction fluid heater utilizing a shorted turn linking parallel flow paths. Belmont Instrument Corporation, George W Neuner, Henry D Pahl Jr, June 7, 1994: US05319170 (15 worldwide citation)

In the fluid heater disclosed herein, a plurality of thin or ribbon-like conductors are embedded in and link a pair of similar flow paths. An inductor is magnetically coupled to the conductors and is energized with alternating current thereby to induce local currents in the conductors and generate h ...


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John Landy, Michael Gildersleeve, Yeu Wen Peter Tseng: Hyperthermia, system, method and components. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Morris I Pollack, October 26, 2010: US07819835 (15 worldwide citation)

An IV pole mountable, therapeutic infusate processing device is incorporated into a hypothermia system to receive therapeutic fluid(s), such as normal saline, peritioneal dialysis solution, or other crystalloid solution, to heat such therapeutic fluid(s) a few degrees centigrade above normal body te ...


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Timothy E Moutafis: Clamp. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Morris I Pollack, March 5, 2013: US08387963 (3 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for use to securely clamp a medical mechanism to a person carrier, such as a lifter, stretcher, gurney, or the like, to facilitate providing medical treatment to a person during transport of the person to a medical facility, The device has an open condition released from the per ...


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David E Cassidy: Sine wave inverter. Belmont Instrument Corporation, George W Neuner, Henry D Pahl Jr, March 6, 1990: US04907145 (2 worldwide citation)

In the sine wave inverter disclosed herein the input of a low pass filter is switched at high frequency between positive and negative supply voltages. The switching is controlled by a comparator which is responsive to a composite of signals which include contributions from a sine wave control signal ...


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John Landy, Michael Gildersleeve, Yeu Wen Peter Tseng: Hyperthermia, system, method, and components. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Choate Hall and Stewart, William R Haulbrook, August 22, 2017: US09737672 (1 worldwide citation)

An IV pole mountable, therapeutic infusate processing device is incorporated into a hypothermia system to receive therapeutic fluid(s), such as normal saline, peritioneal dialysis solution, or other crystalloid solution, to heat such therapeutic fluid(s) a few degrees centigrade above normal body te ...


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Cassidy David, Hart Russell: Wearable intravenous fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, GAGNE Christopher K, January 20, 2000: WO/2000/002608 (1 worldwide citation)

An intravenous fluid heater (10; 700) is provided that is dimensioned so as to be wearable adjacent a patient's intravenous fluid infusion situs (606). In one embodiment, the heater (10) includes a heat exchanger (17) for defining a flow path (43) through the heater for fluid to be infused via the i ...