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Eric W Brown, Henry T Tai: Apparatus and method for administering multiple fluid infusions. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, August 5, 1986: US04604093 (89 worldwide citation)

A valve is disclosed which includes a hollow cylindrical housing having a plurality of input sites and a rotary core member having an output pasageway. The input sites which are not in communication with the output passageway are sealed. The valve may also include a primary input site connected to a ...


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David Lyle Davis: Infusion device with disposable elements. I Flow Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 1, 2004: US06742992 (74 worldwide citation)

An infusion device with a disposable administration set which is inexpensive to manufacture. In the preferred embodiment of the present invention the disposable administration set has a plurality of elongated cam followers connected to a plate assembly, wherein the cam followers are displaced in a p ...


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Charles J McPhee: Spring-actuated infusion syringe. I Flow Corporation, Klein & Szekeres, February 1, 2000: US06019747 (63 worldwide citation)

A spring-actuated infusion syringe includes a housing having an open distal end, with a spring-loaded piston disposed for axial translation in the housing. The piston is biased toward the distal end of the housing. The syringe also includes a barrel for containing a liquid medicament, the barrel hav ...


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Jose Castillo Deniega, Roger Massengale, Kenneth W Rake: Catheter for uniform delivery of medication. I Flow Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 26, 2002: US06350253 (52 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a catheter for the delivery of fluid medication across an anatomical region. In accordance with some embodiments, the catheter includes an elongated tubular member made of a porous membrane. The porous membrane is configured so that a fluid introduced into an open end ...


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Charles J McPhee: Elastomeric syringe actuation device. I Flow Corporation, Klein & Szekeres, July 4, 1995: US05429607 (50 worldwide citation)

An elastomerically-actuated syringe actuation device comprises a grommet that fits around the outlet tip of a syringe; an end cap, having a finger grip, that engages the distal end of the plunger of the syringe; and an elastomeric element that connects the grommet and the end cap. When the grommet i ...


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Jose Castillo Deniega, Roger Massengale, Kenneth W Rake: Catheter for uniform delivery of medication. I Flow Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 28, 2006: US07004923 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a catheter for the delivery of fluid medication across an anatomical region. In accordance with one embodiment, the catheter comprises an elongated tube with a plurality of exit holes along an infusion section of the catheter, and an elongated flexible porous member re ...


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Eric W Brown, Charles Kienholz, Earl F Robinson, Rex O Bare: Catheter connector and clamp. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, August 21, 1990: US04950255 (46 worldwide citation)

A combination catheter connector and clamp provided with an interlocking hook and post for locking two connector parts together. A manifold separates the lumens of a multilumen catheter into separate arms which can be closed or opened by a pushbutton clamp. A silicone block is used between the engag ...


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Charles J McPhee: Elastomeric syringe actuation device. I Flow Corporation, Klein & Szekeres, September 24, 1996: US05558650 (43 worldwide citation)

A syringe actuation device comprises an elastomeric element that is removably attachable to the outlet tip of a syringe, and to a grip member that allows the elastomeric element to be pulled along the syringe barrel, so as to seat against the distal end of the syringe plunger. In first and second em ...


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Charles J McPhee: Patient-controlled drug administration device. I Flow Corporation, Klein & Szekeres, May 25, 1999: US05906597 (40 worldwide citation)

A PCA device includes a fluid conduit having an upstream portion and a downstream portion, a first flow-restricting orifice in the upstream portion, a second flow-restricting orifice in the downstream portion, a pressure-responsive check valve in the downstream portion in parallel with the second fl ...


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Roger Dillard Massengale: Method of fluid delivery and catheters for use with same. I Flow Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 30, 2003: US06626885 (35 worldwide citation)

A pain management system for the infusion of drug to a wound site includes a guide needle placed within an introducer tubing. The needle and tubing are pierced through the patient's skin, after which the guide needle is withdrawn The infusion catheter is threaded through the introducer tubing a ...