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Anthony S. McCoppin
William J Nolan Jr, Michael A Spohn, John Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, Frank A Lazzaro, Robert J Ashcraft Jr, James Albert Dedig, Christopher J Blue, David H Berry: Syringe adapters for use with an injector. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, April 6, 2004: US06716195 (87 worldwide citation)

An adapter for releasably attaching a syringe to an injector includes a first section and a second section connected about a hinge axis that is generally perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the adapter. The first section and the second section are rotatable about the hinge axis between an open p ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
William J Nolan Jr, Michael A Spohn, John A Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, Frank A Lazzaro, Robert J Ashcraft Jr, James Albert Dedig, Christopher J Blue, David H Berry: Injector systems and syringe adapters for use therewith. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, June 1, 2004: US06743205 (71 worldwide citation)

An adapter includes a syringe carrier adapted to seat at least a portion of the syringe. The syringe carrier includes at least one rearward facing abutment member to abut at least one forward facing surface on a syringe. The syringe carrier includes an opening therein to allow a drive member of an i ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Thomas L Dufalla, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, James R Stevenson, Henry E Bartony Jr, January 10, 2006: US06984222 (37 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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Frederick W Trombley III, Amy Pomaybo, Alan D Hirschman, William J Jaecklein: Aseptic connector and fluid delivery system using such an aseptic connector. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, August 1, 2000: US06096011 (172 worldwide citation)

An aseptic connector comprises a first member and a second member. The first member preferably includes a resilient septum, and the second member preferably includes a penetrating member. Preferably, the septum is formed from an elastomeric material such as a silicone elastomer. The penetrating memb ...


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Arthur E Uber III, Edward J Rhinehart, Rosemary Almon Martin, David M Griffiths, Alan D Hirschman, Francis J Sciulli, Walter Grumski, Vera Pagano, Karen Zelenski: Data communication and control for medical imaging systems. Medrad, Henry E Bartony Jr, Gregory L Bradley, May 28, 2002: US06397098 (161 worldwide citation)

A system for producing a contrast-enhanced medical image of a patient includes a source of a contrast or enhancement medium, a pressurizing unit in fluid connection with the source of contrast or enhancement medium, an energy source operable to apply energy to a region of the patient, an imaging uni ...


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Chad Bouton, Alan D Hirschman: Detection of fluids in tissue. MEDRAD, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, October 17, 2006: US07122012 (157 worldwide citation)

A method of detecting a change (that is, an increase or a decrease) in the level of fluid in tissue in a first area of a body includes the steps of: applying electromagnetic energy, preferably in the frequency range of approximately 300 MHz to approximately 30 GHz, to a first volume of the body; mea ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Front-loading medical injector and syringes, syringe interfaces, syringe adapters and syringe plungers for use therewith. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, November 25, 2003: US06652489 (129 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of an injector, syringe, syringe interface, and piston/plunger assembly for an injector (of contrast medium, for example) are described. Preferably, the syringe is adapted to engage a syringe interface mechanism such that the syringe may be connected to an injector without regard to any ...


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Chad Edward Bouton: Electromagnetic sensors for biological tissue applications and methods for their use. Medrad, Jill Denesvich, Henry E Bartony Jr, Gregory L Bradley, September 22, 2009: US07591792 (127 worldwide citation)

Tissue sensors house one or more sensor elements. Each element has a housing mounted substrate and a superstrate with a planar antenna between. A transitional periphery (TP) of a superstrate outer surface interconnects a base to a plateau. At least some of the TP has a generally smooth transition. P ...


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Zane N Frund: Respirator filter system. Mine Safety Appliances Company, James G Uber, Henry E Bartony Jr, February 3, 1998: US05714126 (119 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a respirator filter system suitable for filtering toxic agents, including organic vapors, acid gases, formaldehyde, ammonia, and methylamine as well as pesticides, CS and CN tear gases, dusts, mists, fumes and radionuclides from environmental air to be respired by a us ...


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Richard G Critchlow, Martin J Uram, David A Mishler, Richard A Bates, Robert J Doiron: Injectors, injector systems and injector control. Medrad, Henry E Bartony Jr, Gregory L Bradley, February 18, 2003: US06520930 (113 worldwide citation)

An injector for use in injecting a fluid in a medical injection procedure includes a drive having a motor to pressurize the fluid; a sensor to provide a measure of fluid pressure; and a pressure monitor in communication with the sensor and the drive to stop the motor using 4-quadrant control when th ...