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Robert J Kruger: Package assembly for plastic film bandage. The Clinipad Corporation, Garrettson Ellis, May 10, 1988: US04743232 (617 worldwide citation)

A package assembly for a plastic film bandage includes a plastic film bandage having skin adhesive on one side thereof, with a support sheet removably attached to the other side of the bandage and extending beyond the edge of the bandage in at least one area. A tube typically communicates across an ...


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Bruce L Gewertz: Removable vascular filter. Garrettson Ellis, November 13, 1990: US04969891 (395 worldwide citation)

A vascular filter for capturing blood clots in the vascular system of a patient. The filter is adapted for removable installation through an entry site, and comprises a wire member, plus a filter member permanently attached to one end of the wire member. The filter member comprises a plurality of se ...


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T Michael Dennehey, Richard J Greff, Ludwig Wolf Jr: Tube connector. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, George H Gerstman, Garrettson Ellis, March 27, 1984: US04439188 (206 worldwide citation)

Equipment for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis in which a solution container is coupled via flexible tubing to a patient's tube that communicates with the patient's peritoneal cavity by means of a catheter, usually a surgically implanted catheter. The equipment includes a flexible, foldable ...


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Hardy Lee Crumby: Non-banked gaming system. International Game Technology, Garrettson Ellis, Seyfarth Shaw, October 29, 2002: US06471591 (202 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is provided which permits the hold value to be determined independently of the distribution of winning outcomes, e.g., to avoid or prevent volatility in the hold value. Preferably each time a wager is placed, a hold value (such as a predetermined and/or fixed percentage) is retained ...


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William J Schnell: Lancing device. Invictus, Garrettson Ellis, January 8, 1991: US04983178 (192 worldwide citation)

An integrated lancing device comprises a generally U-shaped spring member defining a pair of arms having free ends. A lance blade is carried in transverse position on one of the arms adjacent the free end, the one arm defining a trigger projection typically positioned substantially along the axis of ...


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Robert J Songer, Matthew N Songer: Surgical securance method. Garrettson Ellis, October 30, 1990: US04966600 (171 worldwide citation)

A method for surgically securing body parts with a cable, typically making use of crimping pliers which comprise a pair of operating handles and connected, opposed jaws. The jaws define opposed recesses for carrying and crimping a tubular crimp member by manual pressure on the operating handles. A c ...


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T Michael Dennehey, Richard J Greff, Ludwig Wolf Jr: Solution container for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, Garrettson Ellis, George H Gerstman, August 31, 1982: US04346703 (160 worldwide citation)

Equipment for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis in which a solution container is coupled via flexible tubing to a patient's tube that communicates with the patient's peritoneal cavity by means of a catheter, usually a surgically implanted catheter. The equipment includes a flexible, foldable ...


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Thomas E Phillips: In-line cannula valve assembly. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, John P Kirby Jr, Garrettson Ellis, March 28, 1978: US04080965 (148 worldwide citation)

An in-line cannula valve assembly for controlling flow through a conduit, comprising a housing, including a collapsible housing part having a flexible wall, joined to a relatively rigid housing part. A first fluid passage in the relatively rigid housing part are provided as a portion of the conduit. ...


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Dennis M Hueber: Self referencing photosensor. I S S, George H Gerstman, Garrettson Ellis, June 20, 2000: US06078833 (146 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining parameters of a medium, preferably a highly scattering medium such as living tissue. At least two spaced light sources provide light through the tissue or other medium to at least two spaced detectors, with the spacing between the light sources and the detector ...


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Vince Genatempo, Frank Karrasch: Antibacterial protective cap for connectors. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, Garrettson Ellis, Thomas A Kmiotek, April 3, 1984: US04440207 (145 worldwide citation)

An article of manufacture and a method are provided where a protective cap for a connector provides antibacterial effect to the connector by fixedly lining a chamber of the protective cap with an absorbent material retaining an antiseptic. By mating a skirt on the protective cap with a corresponding ...