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Herbert E Reinhold Jr, Albert A Auerbach: Ambulatory monitoring system with real time analysis and telephone transmission. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 30, 1985: US04531527 (458 worldwide citation)

A cardiac monitoring system for monitoring a plurality of patients including a plurality of patient-worn units and one or more office units. A patient unit detects a patient's EKG and analyzes the EKG in real time (during the patient's R-R interval). It provides morphology analysis, heart rate data, ...


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William R Tarello, Claudio Lopez, Linda A Gordon, Thomas D Whalen, William B Harvey: Multiple medicament cartridge clip and medicament discharging device therefor. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 21, 1985: US04518384 (208 worldwide citation)

A medicament discharging device and an expendable clip thereon containing a plurality of medicament cartridges. Each of the cartridges comprises a container, a dosage of medicament in the container, a hypodermic needle sealingly contained in a sterile condition in cooperating relation with the conta ...


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Edward M Curley, Gerlof Homan: Wet dry syringe package. Survival Technology, Witherspoon & Hargest, May 11, 1982: US04328802 (188 worldwide citation)

A wet-dry syringe package including a syringe adapted to carry a liquid and a vial carrying a dry medicament with cooperating adapters provided on the syringe and vial for telescoping action whereby the syringe needle will be embedded in the vial stopper when the package is in the storage condition. ...


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John G Wilmot: Subcutaneous injector. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, February 21, 1995: US05391151 (165 worldwide citation)

A disposable, automatic, injector is disclosed which allows self-administration of a medicament to be injected subcutaneously. The injector comprises a barrel (1) with an inner chamber bounded by a liner (2). A first piston (4) and a second piston (11) are provided which may slide within the chamber ...


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Donald J Fournier, Douglas W Jacobs Perkins, William R Tarello: Hazardous material vial apparatus providing expansible sealed and filter vented chambers. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 6, 1988: US04768568 (160 worldwide citation)

An apparatus comprising a vial container hazardous material in the vial container in a condition requiring a diluent to be mixed therewith to form the liquid solution, and an assemblage carried by the vial container for providing (1) a sealed medicament chamber within the vial container within which ...


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Elliot Bartner: Automatic injector with cartridge having separate sequentially injectable medicaments. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 26, 1983: US04394863 (145 worldwide citation)

An automatic injector comprising an elongated housing assembly having a forward end, a stressed spring assembly mounted within the rearward end of the housing assembly so as to be released in response to a predetermined manual actuation procedure, and a medicament injection cartridge assembly mounte ...


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Stanley J Sarnoff, William R Tarello, Claudio Lopez, Daniel W Karcher: Automatic medicament ingredient mixing and injecting apparatus. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 25, 1987: US04689042 (141 worldwide citation)

An automatic injector apparatus comprising an outer housing assembly, a hypodermic needle, first and second containers, a first liquid medicament ingredient in the first container and a second medicament ingredient in the second container, first and second pistons in the first and second containers ...


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Stanley J Sarnoff: Method of treating heart attack patients prior to the establishment of qualified direct contact personal care. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 25, 1977: US04004577 (140 worldwide citation)

A method of treating coronary prone patients when heart attack symptoms occur before qualified direct contact personal care can be administered to the patient which comprises providing each of a multiplicity of coronary prone patients with (1) a plurality of separate medicaments in self-administerin ...


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Stanley J Sarnoff, William R Tarello, Claudio Lopez, Daniel M Karcher: Automatic medicament ingredient mixing and injecting apparatus. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 5, 1988: US04755169 (138 worldwide citation)

An automatic injector apparatus comprising an outer housing assembly, a hypodermic needle, first and second containers, a first liquid medicament ingredient in the first container and a second medicament ingredient in the second container, first and second pistons in the first and second containers ...


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Stanley J Sarnoff, George B Calkins, Claudio Lopez: Dual mode automatic injector. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, November 27, 1984: US04484910 (133 worldwide citation)

A dual mode automatic injector having a dual mode safety device for preventing the release of the stressed spring assembly except when it is desired to operate the medicament injecting assembly by the stressed spring assembly. The dual mode safety device comprises a first part including a pin portio ...