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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, February 23, 1999: US05873861 (131 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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David M Reilly, Joseph B Havrilla: Syringe adapter for front-loading medical injector. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, May 28, 1996: US05520653 (144 worldwide citation)

The adapters of the present invention are used for releasably attaching syringes of various types having a body, a plunger reciprocally mounted therein, and a flange near the rear end of the syringe body, to a front-loading injector head. In a preferred embodiment, the adapter includes a syringe car ...


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David M Reilly, Arthur E Uber III, Alan D Hirschman: Front load pressure jacket system with syringe holder. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, July 14, 1998: US05779675 (126 worldwide citation)

The pressure jacket systems of the invention are used to permit the front loading and removal of a syringe from an injector and include a first jacket segment and a second jacket segment surrounding the exterior surface of the syringe, interior surfaces comformable to the exterior surface of the syr ...


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William J Nolan Jr, Kevin P Cowan, Alan D Hirschman, David M Reilly, Frederick W Trombley III, David M Griffiths: Fluid pressure measurement devices. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, September 15, 1998: US05808203 (122 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides pressure measuring devices comprising a sensor to detect the force upon at least a portion of a contact surface of a syringe plunger during pressurization of a fluid medium within the syringe. A determination of the pressure of the fluid medium within the syringe is th ...


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Arthur E Uber III, Joseph B Havrilla, Alan D Hirschman: Injection system and pumping system for use therein. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, October 27, 1998: US05827219 (62 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a number of pumping systems and injection systems particularly useful for injecting a liquid medium into a patient. In general, the pumping systems comprise a removable pumping unit. The removable pumping unit includes means for pressurizing the liquid medium via the r ...


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Arthur E Uber III, David M Griffiths: Extravasation detector using microwave radiometry. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, April 23, 2002: US06375624 (62 worldwide citation)

A microwave antenna senses the temperature of tissue into which a fluid is to be injected. The fluid is injected by a needle or other vascular entry device connected to a fluid injector by a connector tube. The fluid temperature is measured by a temperature sensor attached to the connector tube. An ...


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David M Reilly, Alan D Hirschman: Injection system, pump system for use therein and method of use of pumping system. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll Bartony, June 29, 1999: US05916197 (61 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an injection system and a pump system for use therein for pressurizing a liquid medium for injection into a patient. In general, the pump system comprises a pressurizing unit having at least one chamber. Each chamber has disposed therein a pressurizing mechanism to pre ...


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Arthur E Uber III, David M Griffiths: Extravasation detector using microwave radiometry. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, September 21, 1999: US05954668 (56 worldwide citation)

A microwave antenna senses the temperature of tissue into which a fluid is to be injected. The fluid is injected by a needle or other vascular entry device connected to a fluid injector by a connector tube. The fluid temperature is measured by a temperature sensor attached to the connector tube. An ...


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Mark Lawecki, Eugene A Gelblum, Michelle Robinson, Ralph E Wolstenholme, Eugene B Wolstenholme: Isolation module for molding and packaging articles substantially free from contaminants. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, November 18, 1997: US05687542 (52 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method are provided for manufacturing articles, such as syringe barrels, substantially free from contaminants. The apparatus is an enclosure defining at least a class 100 and MCB-3 environment, and includes a molding isolation module and a packaging isolation module. Any contaminant ...