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Gregory E Sancoff, Mark McWilliams, Howard S Barr, Edward T Cordner Jr, Russell C Barton: Programmable infusion system. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, January 7, 1992: US05078683 (361 worldwide citation)

A programmable infusion system includes a disposable IV tubing apparatus for conveying intravenous fluid from a source to a patient. A compact, portable case has a receptacle for removably receiving a segment of the disposable apparatus. A peristaltic pump is mounted in the case for engaging the seg ...


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Robert S Vasko: Remotely programmable infusion system. Block Medical, Barnes & Thornburg, November 12, 1996: US05573506 (324 worldwide citation)

A remotely programmable infusion system. The remotely programmable infusion system comprises a memory for storing a programmable protocol and a remote communication port for sending a voice signal to a remote touch-tone transceiver and for receiving a remote programming signal from the remote touch- ...


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Edward T Cordner Jr, George T Walker III, Howard S Barr, Farid Khadem: Programmable infusion pump. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, September 14, 1993: US05244463 (108 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump system, comprises disposable tubing having an elastic segment and one-way check valves at each end of the segment for conveying intravenous fluid from a source to a patient, a compact, portable housing having an open receptacle for removably receiving a segment of the disposable tub ...


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Howard S Barr, Gregory E Sancoff, Mark McWilliams: Luminometer. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, August 18, 1992: US05139745 (93 worldwide citation)

A luminometer for analyzing genetic or non-genetic maaterial comprises an optical chamber for receiving and holding a vial of the sample material in a dark environment. A pumping system mounted in the luminometer pumps reagents into the vial to cause the sample material to luminesce, and a sensor is ...


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Gregory E Sancoff, Mark McWilliams, Edward T Cordner Jr: Disposable infusion apparatus and peristaltic pump for use therewith. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, November 24, 1992: US05165874 (82 worldwide citation)

A disposable infusion apparatus includes proximal, distal and intermediate segments of IV tubing connected via couplings. The intermediate segment has a length sufficient for operative engagement with a pumping member of a peristaltic pump throughout a pumping stroke thereof. The intermediate segmen ...


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Russell C Barton, Maresala Milo, Charles N Bunn: Multiple dose control apparatus. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, June 22, 1993: US05221268 (78 worldwide citation)

A multiple dose infusion controller for controlling the delivery of multiple dosages of an intravenous fluid from a source to a site comprises a compact, portable housing having a slot for removably receiving a segment of a disposable tubing connected to an IV source for transporting an IV fluid to ...


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Gregory E Sancoff, Frederic P Field: Infusion apparatus. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, January 14, 1992: US05080652 (75 worldwide citation)

A liquid infuser apparatus includes an elastic sleeve mounted on an elongated member and within a spherical housing to enable it to expand naturally to maintain a constant pressure over the infusion period. An alternate embodiment includes a holding reservoir that may be pre-filled, and a pressure r ...


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Gregory E Sancoff, Frederic P Field: Infusion apparatus. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, April 21, 1992: US05105983 (36 worldwide citation)

A liquid infusor apparatus includes an elastic sleeve mounted on an elongated member and within a spherical housing to enable it to expand naturally to maintain a constant pressure over the infusion period. An alternate embodiment includes a holding reservoir that may be pre-filled, and a pressure r ...


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Gregory E Sancoff: Protected IV needle injection site coupling. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, June 9, 1992: US05120324 (35 worldwide citation)

A protected needle coupling for connecting to a conventional IV injection site comprises an elongated tubular housing having a proximal end and a distal end, needle mounting means at the proximal end for mounting a conventional needle in a protected position within the housing, connecting means at t ...


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Gregory E Sancoff: Closed system for iv site flush. Block Medical, Baker Maxham Jester, May 3, 1994: US05308334 (28 worldwide citation)

A closed system for flushing an IV site comprises a unitary reservoir assembly of a first fluid reservoir for containing a first flush fluid, a second fluid reservoir for containing a second flush fluid, a tubing array for connecting the first and the second reservoirs to an IV site comprising a com ...