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Geoffrey S Martin: Dual lumen cannula. Vas Cath of Canada, Rogers & Scott, July 28, 1987: US04682978 (151 worldwide citation)

A dual lumen cannula for use in haemodialysis has an improved leading end to facilitate insertion and an improved coupling for connection to blood extraction and return tubes. The improved leading end has a conical tip centered on the longitudinal axis of the cannula and, in the leading end, the ext ...


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Geoffrey S Martin: Cannula. Vas Cath of Canada, Gipple & Hale, May 29, 1984: US04451252 (114 worldwide citation)

A dual lumen cannula particularly for use in haemodialysis by inserting the cannula into the subclavian or femoral vein of a patient to contemporaneously remove blood from the vein for treatment and to return treated blood to the vein downstream from the point of removal. The cannula includes a pair ...


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Martin Geoffrey S: Canule a double lumiere, Double-lumen cannula. Vas Cath Of Canada, MCCARTHY TETRAULT, July 19, 1983: CA1150122 (67 worldwide citation)

McCARTHY & McCARTHY C A N A D A ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A dual lumen cannula for use in haemodialysisby inserting the cannula into the subclavian vein of apatient to contemporaneously remove blood from the veinfor treatment and to return treated blood to the veindownstream from the point of remov ...


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Martin Geoffrey S: Cannule, Cannula. Vas Cath Of Canada, HIRONS & ROGERS, May 22, 1984: CA1167727 (24 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A dual lumen cannula particularly for use inhaemodialysis by inserting the cannula into the subclavian orfemoral vein of a patient to contemporaneously remove blood fromthe vein for treatment and to return treated blood to the veindownstream from the point of removal. The ...


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Martin Geoffrey S: Improved cannula. Vas Cath Of Canada, October 9, 1985: GB2156220-A (15 worldwide citation)

A dual lumen cannula particularly for use in haemodialysis by inserting the cannula into the subclavian or femoral vein of a patient to contemporaneously remove blood from the vein for treatment and to return treated blood to the vein downstream from the point of removal. The cannula includes a pair ...