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Jerry W Newbrough, James S Slepicka, Arnold C Bilstad, John Mark DeFoggi, Marianne M Boschelli, Alice M Jandrisits, Bihong Wu: Reconstitution device and method of use. Baxter International, Jeffrey Nichols, September 27, 2005: US06948522 (77 worldwide citation)

A reconstitution device is disclosed and includes a first container receiver having a first component cannula disposed therein, the first component cannula having a withdrawal port and a first transfer port formed thereon, a second container receiver having a second component cannula disposed thereo ...


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Richard Spero, Atif Yardimci, Gordon Epstein: Laparoscopic spray device and method of use. Baxter International, Baxter Healthcare, Jeffrey Nichols, July 26, 2005: US06921381 (29 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic spray device for selectively applying a multiple component material dispensed from a multiple component material applicator to a surgical site in vivo is disclosed. The device comprises an interface member capable of engaging a multiple component applicator, a body having at least two ...


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Michael Becker, Michael Masterson, Freddy Desbrosses: Containers and methods for storing and admixing medical solutions. Jeffrey Nichols Esq, Baxter International, May 16, 2002: US20020058927-A1

Containers and methods for storing medical solutions are provided. More specifically, containers and methods for storing components that are to be admixed together to create a final solution, one of the components comprising a lipid. In an embodiment, a container including an interior defining at le ...


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Patrick T Ryan, Robert R Roberts, Randy J Koppen, Robert J Kristan, Joseph Nolan Veillon, Robert Gettens: Container having a fluid transfer tube with textured inner surface and method for making the container. Baxter International, Jeffrey Nichols, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, January 22, 2004: US20040015121-A1

A container for retaining a fluent therapeutic has a fluid transfer tube having a proximal end in fluid communication with an interior space of the container, a distal end accessible outside of the container and an inner surface defining a flow passage through which fluent therapeutic is delivered f ...


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Michael Becker, Michael Masterson, Freddy Desbrosses: Containers and methods for storing and admixing medical solutions. Jeffrey Nichols Esq, Baxter International, February 20, 2003: US20030036743-A1

Containers and methods for storing medical solutions are provided. More specifically, containers and methods for storing components that are to be admixed, together to create a final solution, one of the components comprising a lipid. In an embodiment, a container including an interior defining at l ...