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Lori A Truitt, Frank Corbin III, Donn D Lobdell, Douglas P Miller, Keith Manica, George J Eilers, Steven H Johnson, Lawrence L Leppert: Technique for extracorporeal treatment of blood. COBE Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton, June 8, 1999: US05910252 (176 worldwide citation)

Blood from a patient is treated extracorporeally by any selected one of a plurality of predetermined treatments. Each of the treatments involves the flow of blood from the patient into a primary chamber of a filtration unit, past a semipermeable membrane located in the filtration unit which separate ...


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Lori A Truitt, Douglas P Miller, Keith Manica: Automatic priming technique. COBE Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton Esq, July 7, 1998: US05776345 (117 worldwide citation)

Blood from a patient is treated extracorporeally by any selected one of a plurality of predetermined treatments. Each of the treatments involves the flow of blood from the patient into a primary chamber of a filtration unit, past a semipermeable membrane located in the filtration unit which separate ...


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Lori A Truitt, Frank Corbin III, Donn D Lobdell, Douglas P Miller, Keith Manica, George J Eilers, Steven H Johnson, Lawrence L Leppert: Technique for extracorporeal treatment of blood. COBE Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton Esq, June 9, 1998: US05762805 (83 worldwide citation)

Blood from a patient is treated extracorporeally by any selected one of a plurality of predetermined treatments. Each of the treatments involves the flow of blood from the patient into a primary chamber of a filtration unit, past a semipermeable membrane located in the filtration unit which separate ...


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James M Brugger: Side flow bubble trap apparatus and method. COBE Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton, January 7, 1997: US05591251 (76 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for trapping bubbles in blood flowing in a circuit, such as an extracorporeal circuit, includes a housing which defines a substantially vertical chamber having an upper subchamber and a lower subchamber. Blood flowing in a substantially downward direction is introduced into the upper su ...


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Keith Manica: Retention device for extracorporeal treatment apparatus. Cobe Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton, October 21, 1997: US05679245 (69 worldwide citation)

Blood from a patient is treated extracorporeally by any selected one of a plurality of predetermined treatments. Each of the treatments involves the flow of blood from the patient into a primary chamber of a filtration unit, past a semipermeable membrane located in the filtration unit which separate ...


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Robert J Pushaw: Skived foam article containing energy absorbing phase change material. Outlast Technologies, R H Wyner Associates, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton Esq, December 22, 1998: US05851338 (55 worldwide citation)

A composition for saturation of preformed, previously cured foam substrates having an at least partially open cell configuration, includes a polymer binder in which microspheres containing a phase change material are dispersed. Preferred phase change materials include paraffinic hydrocarbons. The mi ...


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William Alexander Brant, Edde Tin Shek Tang: Address protection circuit and method for preventing access to unauthorized address rangers. EMC Corporation, William J Kubida Esq, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton Esq, December 8, 1998: US05848435 (51 worldwide citation)

An address protection circuit (APC) for cross-checking the integrity of requests to read or write an addressable system memory in a fault-tolerant computer system. In a check mode, the APC checks each address and a source identification code of each memory access request from an address source. The ...


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Ed Payne, Bernard T Perry, Terry D Walker: Thermal barriers for buildings, appliances and textiles. Gateway Technologies, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton, July 2, 1996: US05532039 (50 worldwide citation)

A thermal barrier for controlling heat transfer across through buildings, appliances and textile products is disclosed. The thermal barrier includes opposing, spaced apart sheets which define at least one chamber therebetween. A temperature stabilizing material is disposed in the chamber. The temper ...


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James Myron Brugger: Top flow bubble trap method. Cobe Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton, October 7, 1997: US05674199 (44 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for trapping bubbles in blood flowing in a circuit, such as blood in an extracorporeal circuit, is provided. The apparatus includes a housing which defines a substantially vertical chamber. Blood is introduced into the chamber through an inlet tube extending downwardly into the chamber ...


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James M Brugger: Top flow bubble trap apparatus. COBE Laboratories, Carol W Holland & Hart Burton, April 2, 1996: US05503801 (42 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for trapping bubbles in blood flowing in a circuit, such as blood in an extracorporeal circuit, is provided. The apparatus includes a housing which defines a substantially vertical chamber. Blood is introduced into the chamber through an inlet tube extending downwardly into the chamber ...