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Henry T Tai, Eric W Brown: Method for sequential intravenous infusion of multiple fluids. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, August 18, 1987: US04687475 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of sequential intravenous infusion of a plurality of fluid solutions is disclosed in which a spacer solution is administered alternately with the fluid solutions to prevent the fluid solutions from substantially mixing with one another.


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Robert S Vasko, Roger Massengale: Method and apparatus for monitoring a patient. I Flow Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 19, 2009: US07536309 (4 worldwide citation)

A remotely or locally programmable and accessible medical device system including an interface unit and a medical device connected to a patient is disclosed. Through a transceiver, such as a telephone or computer, a person may obtain status reports from a remotely located or local medical device in ...


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Roger Massengale, Stanley E Fry, Charles J McPhee: Pressure regulator. I FLOW Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 16, 2009: US07546846 (4 worldwide citation)

A variable pressure regulator control device comprising a valve body having a fluid inlet, a fluid outlet, a fluid pressure-sensing chamber, and a valve seat in fluid communication with said inlet and defining an opening into said chamber, a resilient member having an outer edge and a self-restoring ...


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Mabry Eric, Rake Kenneth Wayne: Device for selectively regulating the flow rate of a fluid. I Flow Corporation, Mabry Eric, Rake Kenneth Wayne, KLEIN Howard J, April 1, 2004: WO/2004/026373 (4 worldwide citation)

A device for regulating the flow rate of a fluid includes a housing containing a plurality of flow conduits fluidly connecting an inlet and an outlet, each of the flow conduits comprising a flow control tube (310, 312, 314) and a resiliently compressive occlusion tube (316, 318, 320), wherein the fl ...


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Kenneth W Rake, Orvile L Judge, Donald M Earhart, Charles J McPhee: Platen pump. I Flow Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 1, 2006: US07083068 (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an infusion pump for expelling a fluid from a collapsible fluid reservoir to a patient. The pump includes a housing having a chamber therein for receiving the fluid reservoir. A first wall is provided on the housing for contacting the fluid reservoir, and a second wall is movable from a ...


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Roger Massengale, Kevin M Forrest, Bill Porter, Donald M Earhart, Alan Dine: Fluid medication delivery device. I Flow Corporation, Dority & Manning P A, August 10, 2010: US07771413 (3 worldwide citation)

A fluid delivery device for transdermal delivery of a fluid to a patient. The device comprises an envelope that may be applied to a patient's skin. The envelope comprises at least one diffusion layer coupled to at least one impermeable layer such that at least a chamber is defined therebetween. Othe ...


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Eric Mabry, Kenneth Wayne Rake: Device for selectively regulating the flow rate of a fluid. I Flow Corporation, Klein O Neill & Singh, February 16, 2010: US07661440 (2 worldwide citation)

A device for regulating the flow rate of a fluid includes a housing containing a plurality of flow conduits fluidly connecting an inlet and an outlets each of the flow conduits comprising a flow control tube and a resiliently compressive occlusion tube, wherein the flow control tubes are of substant ...


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Brown Eric W, Tai Henry T: Method of sequential intravenous infusion of multiple fluids. I Flow Corporation, ASHER Robert M, January 3, 1986: WO/1986/000022 (2 worldwide citation)

A method for sequential intravenous administration of fluid solutions. The method provides for administering a first fluid solution (12) through a catheter tube (20) followed by the contiguous administration of a predetermined amount of spacer solution (10). The spacer solution (10) is then contiguo ...


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Porter William M, Aurin Gary Douglas: Bone cement syringe. I Flow Corporation, KLEIN Howard J, February 19, 2004: WO/2004/014263 (2 worldwide citation)

An improved syringe for delivering a viscous liquid, especially bone cement, to a surgical site, has a barrel (12) with a distal outlet end (14) and an open proximal end (20), and a plunger (30) movable axially within the barrel, the plunger having a shaft extending proximally from the proximal end ...


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Porto James Dal, Deniega Jose Castillo, Massengale Roger, Rake Kenneth W, Forrest Kevin, Siminuk Mark: Anti-microbial catheter. I Flow Corporation, Porto James Dal, Deniega Jose Castillo, Massengale Roger, Rake Lois, Forrest Kevin, Siminuk Mark, ALTMAN Daniel E, March 8, 2007: WO/2007/027545 (2 worldwide citation)

A catheter (300) having features configured to provide a substantially uniform flow rate of a fluid exiting the catheter and also exhibits anti -microbial properties;. The uniform flow rate features may include one or more of a flow restricting membrane or flow restricting component (306) within an ...