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James E Coutre, Wayne P Griffin, Charles M Crisler: An infusion management and pumping system having an alarm handling system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, October 6, 1992: US05153827 (431 worldwide citation)

An infusion management and pumping system having an alarm handling system is disclosed. During operation, the pumping system checks for a variety of alarm conditions and stores any alarms in a ranking according to urgency. The system is operative to alter the mode of pumping operation to correspond ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Infusion system having plural fluid input ports and at least one patient output port. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, September 29, 1987: US04696671 (266 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Cassette for programable multiple input infusion system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, September 12, 1989: US04865584 (151 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Pressure responsive multiple input infusion system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, May 9, 1989: US04828545 (131 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Epstein Paul, Petschek Harry, La White Eric, Strohl Clair, Coyne Henry, Kaleskas Edward, Adaniya George: Infusion system having plural fluid input ports and at least one patient output port.. Omni Flow, September 11, 1985: EP0154191-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

An infusion system (10, 88, 372) for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports (16, 104-110, 194) through a patient output port (26, 112) and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infu ...


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Kenneth D Elliott, G Charles Frenzel Jr: Flow control system. Omni Flow Company, John R Casperson, Buskop Law Group, April 2, 1996: US05504693 (14 worldwide citation)

A personal computer is operated in conjunction with an in line flow computer to provide real time flow data on the personal computer screen. Pipeline flow can be regulated and directed from the personal computer by flow control valves and by motor operated valves via a programmable logic controller ...


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Eric Lawhite, David B Vafiades, Arthur J Loud: Cam actuator assembly for a programmable infusion system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, June 28, 1988: US04753270 (5 worldwide citation)

A single stacked cam bearing surface is used to actuate several cam followers in such manner that the cam bearing surface can move past one or more cam followers without actuation thereof but can be caused to stop at and actuate any desired cam follower. A stacked disc cam bearing surface of the imp ...


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Epstein Paul, Petschek Harry, La White Eric, Strohl Clair, Coyne Henry, Kaleskas Edward, Adaniya George: Cassette for an infusion system.. Omni Flow, November 2, 1988: EP0288716-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A cassette which is suitable for an infusion system of the type that administers selected infusates into the circulatory system of a patient comprises means (194) providing a longitudinally extending fluid flow channel (204), means in fluid communication with the fluid flow channel (204) for providi ...


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Epstein Paul, Petschek Harry, La White Eric, Strohl Clair, Coyne Henry, Kaleskas Edward, Adaniya George: Pressure sensitive infusion system.. Omni Flow, November 2, 1988: EP0288717-A1

An infusion system (10) comprises means (12, 16, 18, 20, 34, 46, 52) for infusing at least one fluid to be infused into the circulatory system of the patient along a fluid flow path (24); means (40) coupled to the fluid flow path (24) for providing data representative of pressure along the fluid flo ...