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Ronald C Mamajek, Ernest S Moyer: Drug-dispensing device and method. McNeilab, Geoffrey G Dellenbaugh, June 17, 1980: US04207890 (189 worldwide citation)

A drug-dispensing device and method for controlled and prolonged internal administration of medicaments to warm-blooded animals comprising an outer polymer envelope containing an expanding agent, drug metering means, and the drug itself. The outer polymer envelope is permeable to both the drug and b ...


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Paul S Tamura: Electrochemical sensor with temperature compensation means. McNeilab, Audley A Ciamporcero Jr, July 6, 1982: US04338174 (138 worldwide citation)

A disposable gas sensor, such as for monitoring pO.sub.2 in blood or administered gases, includes a housing, a passageway therein for blood or gas, a membrane-anode-cathode polarographic assembly, and a temperature sensing element. The temperature sensing element penetrates the housing and includes ...


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Norbert I Berta: Gelatin coated caplets and process for making same. McNeilab, Joseph F Shirtz, April 11, 1989: US04820524 (99 worldwide citation)

A novel capsule-like medicament, method for producing such medicaments and apparatus are disclosed. The method provides a procedure for coating solid cores, such as caplets, with gelatinous coatings to produce a shiny, capsule-like medicament. Such medicaments are achieved by individually dipping an ...


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Robert B Raffa, Jeffrey L Vaught: Composition comprising a tramadol material and acetaminophen and its use. McNeilab, Ralph R Palo, August 9, 1994: US05336691 (99 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a composition comprising a tramadol material and acetaminophen, and its use. As used herein tramadol refers to various forms of tramadol. The compositions are pharmacologically useful in treating pain and tussive conditions. The compositions are also subject to less opioid ...


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James D Aid: Apparatus for heating or cooling fluids. McNeilab, L Dennis Schuler, March 15, 1988: US04731072 (96 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for heating or cooling fluids, particularly physiological fluids such as blood or plasma or fluids, such as dialysis fluid, which are used in the treatment of physiological fluids. Also disclosed are containers in which or through which fluids may be contained or circulated in order to eff ...


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Raffa Robert B: Composition comprising a tramadol material and a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug.. Mcneilab, June 16, 1993: EP0546676-A1 (80 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a composition comprising a tramadol material and a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug, and its use. The compositions are pharmacologically useful in treating pain and tussive conditions. The compositions are also subject to less opioid side-effects such as abuse liability, ...


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Galen W Radebaugh, John L Murtha, Robert Glinecke: Oral sustained release acetaminophen formulation and process. McNeilab, Joseph J Brindisi, November 6, 1990: US04968509 (71 worldwide citation)

An acetaminophen-sustained release tablet or tablet layer is formed by making a wet granulation, using Povidone (PVP) in water or alcohol-water as the granulating fluid which is mixed with acetaminophen, hydroxyethyl cellulose, a wicking agent e.g. microcrystalline cellulose, then drying and milling ...


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Thomas P Hartranft: Pump monitor for photoactivation patient treatment system. McNeilab, Mark A Hofer, November 18, 1986: US04623328 (65 worldwide citation)

A preferred patient blood treatment system for the photoactivation of reagents in contact with a patient's blood employs an infusion pump for adding anti-coagulation reagent to the blood during extracorporeal operations. The infusion pump is preferably driven by a stepper motor and monitored by a pe ...


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Galen W Radebaugh, John L Murtha, Robert Glinecke: Oral sustained release acetaminophen formulation and process. McNeilab, Joseph J Brindisi, April 11, 1989: US04820522 (64 worldwide citation)

An acetaminophen-sustained release tablet or tablet layer is formed by making a wet granulation, using Povidone (PVP) in water or alcohol-water as the granulating fluid which is mixed with acetaminophen, hydroxyethyl cellulose, a wicking agent e.g. microcrystalline cellulose, then drying and milling ...


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Martin J King, Vernon H Troutner: Electronic device for authenticating and verifying disposable elements. McNeilab, Richard J Grochala, January 30, 1990: US04897789 (63 worldwide citation)

Authentication and verification of suitability for use of disposable elements can be made by evaluation of characteristic data stored on a non-volatile read/write memory element, especially useful in a photoactivatable agent patient treatment system wherein photoactivatable agents, in contact with p ...