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Zbylut J Twardowski, John C Van Stone, W Kirt Nichols: Multiple lumen catheter for hemodialysis. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Gerstman Ellis & McMillin, April 23, 1996: US05509897 (197 worldwide citation)

A catheter for hemodialysis comprises a flexible catheter tube defining a plurality of separate lumens. The catheter defines an arc angle of generally U-shape in its natural, unstressed configuration. Thus, the catheter may be implanted with a distal catheter portion residing in a vein of the patien ...


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Zbylut J Twardowski, John C Van Stone, W Kirt Nichols: Multiple lumen catheter for hemodialysis. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Gerstman & Ellis, May 11, 1993: US05209723 (180 worldwide citation)

A multiple lumen, intravenous catheter for hemodialysis or the like defines a distal end portion in which at least a pair of the catheter lumens each communicates with the exterior through aperture means. By this invention the aperture means of one of the lumens defines a first port at essentially t ...


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Zbylut J Twardowski, John C Van Stone, W Kirt Nichols: Multiple lumen catheter for hemodialysis. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Gerstman Ellis & McMillin, April 11, 1995: US05405320 (174 worldwide citation)

A catheter for hemodialysis comprises a flexible catheter tube defining a plurality of separate lumens. The catheter defines an arc angle of generally U-shape in its natural, unstressed configuration. Thus, the catheter may be implanted with a distal catheter portion residing in a vein of the patien ...


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Delbert E Day, Gary J Ehrhardt: Glass microspheres. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, December 6, 1988: US04789501 (151 worldwide citation)

A radioactive microsphere for radiation therapy of a mammal comprising a biologically compatible glass material containing a beta or gamma emitting radioisotope distributed substantially uniformly throughout the glass. Advantageously, the radioisotope is produced by irradiation of the microsphere.


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Zbylut J Twardowski, W Kirt Nichols, John C Van Stone: Clot resistant multiple lumen catheter and method. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Gerstman Ellis & McMillin, October 29, 1996: US05569182 (141 worldwide citation)

Blood is circulated through a multiple lumen catheter which connects between a vein of a patient and the blood treatment device. The catheter and the lumens thereof each define distal ends which are positioned within the vein. By this invention, one withdraws blood from the vein through one of the l ...


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Mostafa S Fahim: Topical application of medication by ultrasound with coupling agent. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Grace J Fishel, January 12, 1982: US04309989 (128 worldwide citation)

A method of topically applying an effective medication in an emulsion coupling agent by ultrasound. More particularly, a method of treating a skin condition by applying a medication in an emulsion coupling agent and massaging it into the affected area with ultrasonic vibrations thereby causing the m ...


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David A Summers, William V Stoecker, James Blaine: Surgical liquid lance apparatus. The Curators of The University of Missouri, Litman McMahon & Brown, August 6, 1991: US05037431 (125 worldwide citation)

A hand-held surgical apparatus with supporting equipment comprising a mechanism for producing a pressurized jet of fluid which is sufficiently energetic to fragment diseased human and animal tissue without damaging adjacent healthy tissue. Preferably the apparatus includes a jet of fluid which impin ...


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Zbylut J Twardowski, W Kirt Nichols, John C Van Stone: Clot resistant multiple lumen catheter. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Gerstman Ellis & McMillin, November 11, 1997: US05685867 (123 worldwide citation)

Blood is circulated through a multiple lumen catheter which connects between a vein of a patient and the blood treatment device. The catheter and the lumens thereof each define distal ends which are positioned within the vein. By this invention, one withdraws blood from the vein through one of the l ...


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Lawson J Tyler, Paul N Worsey: Integrated detonator delay circuits and firing console. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, June 16, 1987: US04674047 (119 worldwide citation)

A detonation system for use with supply of electrical energy has user operable firing console for selectably transmitting unit identification information, firing delay time information and selections from a command set including Output, Delay, Fire (Time), Abort, Power Up (Arm), Input, and Store. Th ...


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David A Summers: Hydromechanical drilling device. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Ray E Snyder, August 15, 1978: US04106577 (113 worldwide citation)

A hydromechanical drilling tool which combines a high pressure water jet drill with a conventional roller cone type of drilling bit. The high pressure jet serves as a tap drill for cutting a relatively small diameter hole in advance of the conventional bit. Auxiliary laterally projecting jets also s ...