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Leonard J DeCant Jr, Samir F Idriss: Programmable implantable infusate pump. Infusaid Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, April 17, 1984: US04443218 (377 worldwide citation)

A programmable implantable infusion pump includes a housing containing a variable volume infusate chamber and variable volume control fluid pressure and displacement reservoirs. A conduit conducts infusate from the chamber exteriorly of the housing. A restricted fluid path exists between the two res ...


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Leonard J DeCant Jr, Samir F Idriss, Frank R Prosl: Variable flow implantable infusion apparatus. Infusaid Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, May 8, 1984: US04447224 (259 worldwide citation)

Implantable variable flow infusion apparatus comprises a collapsible infusate chamber having an outlet conduit leading to the infusion site by way of series-connected fixed and variable fluid flow restrictors. The infusate in the chamber is maintained under substantially constant pressure by a nonel ...


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Frank R Prosl, Joseph J Szymanski: Transcutaneous infusion system. Infusaid Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, February 11, 1986: US04569675 (135 worldwide citation)

A transcutaneous infusion system comprises an implantable infusate injection port for conducting infusate from the port to an infusion site in the body. The port is supplied with infusate through a penetrable septum located directly under the skin. To infuse the patient, a flexible injection cannula ...


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Frank R Prosl, Edward J Sampson: Infusate pump. Infusaid Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, January 29, 1985: US04496343 (57 worldwide citation)

Infusion apparatus includes a housing with an infusate chamber in the housing and means for conducting infusate from the chamber through a restrictive outlet passage to an additional small chamber having an entrance port closed by a self-sealing penetrable septum. An exit tube from the small chamber ...


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Edward J Sampson, Frank R Prosl: Septum locating apparatus. Infusaid Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, September 1, 1981: US04286584 (15 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for locating the septum through which an implanted prosthetic device is refilled with infusate includes means mounted in the device in juxtaposition with the septum for producing an energy pattern that extends outside the body. The pattern is shaped so as to indicate the location under the ...



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