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Michael S Cameron: Connection adapter for catheters. Mallinckrodt Medical, David A Hey, October 22, 1991: US05059170 (134 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an adapter for connecting a multiple lumen catheter to a corresponding number of single lumen supply tubes, which allows access for further devices such as a bronco-scope or a suction catheter. The adapter comprises; a one-piece molded multiple lumen body, each lumen ...


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Robert A Virag, Richard V Nye, Duane L Horton: Tracheal tube with reinforced flexible segment. Mallinckrodt Medical, David A Hey, August 20, 1996: US05546936 (122 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a specialized tracheal tube and a method of using such for introduction of gasses or vapors along the trachea, such as by an anesthesiologist during the administration of anesthesia to a patient undergoing surgery. In particular, the present invention relates to a tr ...


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Scott D Dickerhoff, Thomas F Kappel, Robert A Virag: Warming blanket method utilizing a warming blanket having multiple inlets. Mallinckrodt Medical, David A Hey, November 1, 1994: US05360439 (112 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for warming a patient with a blanket used with forced air convection systems, wherein the blanket includes multiple inlet ports. By providing a blanket with multiple inlets, the user has the choice of positioning the air supply or blower unit and the supply ...


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Lee Hibbs, Yue teh Jang, Vern Liebmann, Dennis Spinks: Catheter introducer with flexible tip. Mallinckrodt Medical, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Kurz, April 5, 1994: US05300032 (99 worldwide citation)

A catheter introducer has a tubular sheath with a relatively rigid tubular body and a soft flexible tubular tip for reducing sheath buckling tendencies.


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Ronald W Hagen: Delivery apparatus with pressure controlled delivery. Mallinckrodt Medical, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Kurz, October 11, 1994: US05354273 (85 worldwide citation)

A delivery apparatus for delivering various media, such as medical and/or pharmaceutical media or the like, from a delivery device, such as a syringe, in which the delivery pressure of the medium as it is dispensed from the delivery device is automatically maintained and regulated at a preselected l ...


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Keith A Peckham: Endotracheal tube having irrigation means. Mallinckrodt Medical, David A Hey, September 1, 1992: US05143062 (74 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an endotracheal tube used for mechanical ventilation of a hospital patient, the endotracheal tube is useful in evacuating contaminated secretions that pool within the trachea above an inflatable cuff associated with the endotracheal tube. The endotrocheal tube of the ...


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Scott D Dickerhoff, Thomas F Kappel, Robert A Virag: Warming blanket having multiple inlets. Mallinckrodt Medical, David A Hey, September 6, 1994: US05343579 (71 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a blanket for use with forced air convection systems, wherein the blanket includes multiple inlet ports. By providing a blanket with multiple inlets, the user has the choice of positioning the air supply or blower unit and the supply hose on either side of the patien ...


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Stade John H: Volume reducing adapter for power syringe.. Mallinckrodt Medical, April 29, 1992: EP0482677-A1 (67 worldwide citation)

An adapter (34; 134) for a syringe for a power injector (45) is provided with engaging and gripping means (90; 136) for being secured to the machine grippable protrusion (36, 38) of a backer plate (88) of the piston (32) of the syringe. The rear end of the adapter (34; 134) has a machine grippable p ...


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Sato Toru, Shibata Minoru, Agehama Shiro: Airway for pharyngeal cavity. Mallinckrodt Medical, Sato Toru, May 22, 1996: EP0712638-A1 (59 worldwide citation)

An airway for the pharyngeal cavity, which does not need to be inserted into the trachea (T) and can be easily inserted into the hypopharynx cavity (P) from the oral cavity (O) to airtightly seal an area extending from the hypopharynx to the esophagus (E) and an area around the laryngeal opening (AL ...


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J Michael Stuart, David Frigger: Device using connector tube to lock inner cannula inside outer cannula. Mallinckrodt Medical, David A Hey, February 21, 1995: US05390669 (55 worldwide citation)

A tracheostomy device having an inner cannula with a connector head and an outer cannula. The inner cannula is secured within the outer cannula by a locking device having spaced apart, elongated handles that are pivotally mounted on the inner cannula. The handles are spaced such that a connector may ...