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Martyn S Abbott: Infusion pump with disposable cassette. Quest Medical, Roger C Clapp, April 14, 1987: US04657490 (236 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump incorporates a cassette formed by bonding of two substantially flat sheets. The fluid to be infused to the patient comes into contact only with the cassette. The cassette includes first and second flexible sheets which define a pumping chamber therebetween. The infusion pump is prov ...


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Law Jay M D, Borkan William, Ehren Lance, Van Campen George, Erickson John H: Multiprogrammable tissue stimulator. Quest Medical, December 10, 1997: EP0811395-A2 (177 worldwide citation)

An electronic stimulation system is used to control pain over multiple regions of a patient's body. The system has one or more percutaneous leads, each having multiple electrodes, implanted within the patient's epidural space parallel to the axis of the spinal cord. The leads are connected to either ...


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Martyn S Abbott, Thomas C Thompson, Kenneth A Jones, Albert M Davis, Andrew P Mattson: Cardioplegia delivery system. Quest Medical, Ross Howison Clapp & Korn, January 31, 1995: US05385540 (149 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia system for delivering cardioplegic solution to the heart during open heart surgery in cooperation with an extracorporeal blood circuit employing a heart/lung machine, includes a conduit diverting a portion of the blood flow from the heart/lung machine to a cardioplegia delivery line. ...


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Martyn Abbott, Thomas C Thompson: Disposable cassette for cardioplegia delivery system. Quest Medical, John W Ross Clapp Korn & Montgomery L Montgomery, December 31, 1996: US05588816 (130 worldwide citation)

A disposable cassette for a cardioplegia system for delivering cardioplegic solution to the heart during open heart surgery in cooperation with an extracorporeal blood circuit employing a heart/lung machine, includes a conduit diverting a portion of the blood flow from the heart/lung machine to a ca ...


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Thomas C Thompson, David J Harrison: Automated drug additive infusion system. Quest Medical, Roger C Clapp, December 1, 1987: US04710166 (122 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the parenteral infusion of fluids into patients, and particularly to the addition of drugs or other secondary fluids in infusion systems operating on an automatic basis.


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Thomas C Thompson, Martyn Abbott, Kenneth A Jones: Constant pressure blood mixture delivery system and method. Quest Medical, John W Montgomery, July 8, 1997: US05645531 (119 worldwide citation)

A system and method for blood mixture fluid delivery to a patient includes fluid delivery conduits connected to the patient for delivering blood mixture fluid, a pump for controlled pumping of blood mixture fluid through the conduits to the patient, and an automatic control mechanism operatively con ...


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Martyn S Abbott: Infusion pump with direct pressure sensing. Quest Medical, Richards Harris Medlock & Andrews, June 20, 1989: US04840542 (105 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump incorporates a cassette formed by bonding of two substantially flat sheets. The fluid to be infused to the patient comes into contact only with the cassette. The cassette includes first and second flexible sheets which define a pumping chamber therebetween. The infusion pump is prov ...


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Rowland W Kanner: Catheter stylet handle. Quest Medical, Trexler Bushnell Giangiorgi Blackstone & Marr, March 27, 2001: US06206870 (105 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a novel ergonomic handle for a retrograde coronary sinus catheter stylet. The handle is provided at a proximal end of a thin rod. In use, the stylet is inserted into a retrograde cardioplegia catheter. The stylet handle of the present invention extends from the proxima ...


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John A Gula, John D Brady, Thomas C Thompson, Joyce M Alt: Intravenous administration set assembly. Quest Medical, Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, May 8, 1984: US04447230 (99 worldwide citation)

An intravenous administration set assembly (10) is disclosed which is capable of introducing fluid from a plurality of sources of intravenous fluids into a patient and which allows the various sources of fluid to be easily attached and detected from the assembly without the necessity for intravening ...


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Andrew D LeCocq: IV Delivery controller. Quest Medical, Richards Harris Medlock & Andrews, November 19, 1985: US04553958 (71 worldwide citation)

A controller (34) is disclosed for use with a dual delivery system including a primary fluid container (12) and a secondary fluid container (14). The display (48) on the controller (34) presents a representation of the primary and secondary containers and prompts the operator to input the desired pr ...