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Craig M Beil: Asymmetrical multi-lumen apheresis catheter with balanced flow rates. Horizon Medical Products, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, November 14, 2000: US06146354 (139 worldwide citation)

A multi-lumen intravenous catheter for use in treating a patient's blood comprising an elongated cylindrical tube with at least first, second and third lumens formed inside. The first lumen is adapted to accept a guide wire for guiding the catheter during insertion into a blood vessel of the patient ...


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Michael J Dalton: Infusion port with modified drug reservoir. Horizon Medical Products, Needle & Roseberg PC, September 14, 1999: US05951512 (110 worldwide citation)

An implantable infusion port which comprises a fluid reservoir with inlet means and outlet means, the reservoir preferably having a toroid-like shape and outlet means directed along a tangent to the reservoir, assures more effective reservoir cleansing when the port is flushed with aqueous saline be ...


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David A Smith, Michael Fowler: Implantable access port. Horizon Medical Products, Needle & Rosenberg P C, February 14, 2006: US06997914 (93 worldwide citation)

An implantable access port for use in transferring a fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient's body is disclosed. The access port includes a base, a bowl-shaped reservoir defined within the base by a smooth surfaced wall, and a septum se ...


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A David Smith, J Steven Kenny: Intravascular administration set needle safety device. Horizon Medical Products, Needle & Rosenberg PC, January 13, 2004: US06676633 (78 worldwide citation)

An intravascular administration set with an integral needle safety device is disclosed. An elongate needle trap is pivotally affixed at a first end to a needle stick guard. A winged needle holder carrying a needle is received by the needle stick guard and the needle trap, and is adapted to be moved ...


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J Crayton Pruitt Sr: Lighted catheter device and method for use and manufacture thereof. Horizon Medical Products, Needle & Rosenberg P C, November 30, 1999: US05993382 (28 worldwide citation)

A lighted catheter device employing an optical fiber having a core and a cladding, the cladding providing internal reflection, the fiber being substantially without the cladding at an end portion to permit light to escape laterally thereat, for illumination in a catheter device. A lighted carotid sh ...


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Smith A David: Intravascular administration set needle safety device. Horizon Medical Products, FAILS Charles H, May 1, 2003: WO/2003/035143

An intravascular administration set with an integral needle safety device (6) includes an elongate needle trap (7) which is pivotally affixed to a needle stick guard (8). A winged needle holder (9) having an elongate needle (15) is received by the guard (8) and the trap (7) is adapted to move at lea ...