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Michael A Riley, Gerald W Callan, Michael A Spohn, Michael J Swantner: High pressure sensor for use with a fluid delivery system. BAYER HEALTHCARE, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, November 7, 2017: US09808571

A pressure sensor for use with a fluid delivery system having good sensitivity at low pressure, but also configured to remain in operating condition after being exposed to high pressures is disclosed herein. In one variation, the pressure sensor includes a fluid path set, a deformable element associ ...


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Arthur E Uber III, Barry L Tucker, Mark Trocki, Raymond C Hoffman, Marc A Mabie: Shield adapters. Bayer Medical Care, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, September 8, 2015: US09125976

A syringe shield useful for containing a syringe loaded with radioactive and/or light sensitive drugs is disclosed. The syringe shield may reduce a healthcare provider's exposure to radiation and/or may reduce or eliminate ambient light contamination to optically sensitive components in the syringe.


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Arthur E Uber III, Mark Trocki, Marc A Mabie, Larry McCutchan, L George Siddoway, Kevin P Cowan, Lisa M Coates, John F Kalafut, Aaron Hughes, David M Griffiths, Peter Twichell, Julie Gulick, Frederick W Trombley III: Apparatus and methods for delivery of fluid injection boluses to patients and handling harmful fluids. Bayer Medical Care, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, June 16, 2015: US09056200

A hazardous fluid transport container and a hazardous fluid delivery system are disclosed. The hazardous fluid transport container includes a housing enclosing an at least partially shielded enclosure. First and second fluid path elements are disposed within the housing, with the first fluid path el ...


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Kevin P Cowan, Edward J Rhinehart, Barry L Tucker: Multiple compartment syringe. BAYER HEALTHCARE, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, January 2, 2018: US09855385

Various syringe systems are disclosed. One illustrative syringe system may include a syringe body having a hollow lumen and a distal end. The syringe body may be configured to house a plurality of fluids therein. A first plunger may be positioned in the hollow lumen of the syringe body, forming a fi ...


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Kevin P Cowan, Michael A Spohn, Michael McDermott: System and method for syringe fluid fill verification and image recognition of power injector system features. Bayer HealthCare, James R Stevenson, Joseph L Kent, Ryan Miller, February 12, 2019: US10201666

A fluid injection system and a fluid verification system for confirming that a syringe, containing a fluid for injection, is fully filled with fluid and neither has free space (i.e., air) near the distal end thereof when the syringe is provided in an upright position nor contains air bubbles. Imagin ...


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Michael A Riley, Michael A Spohn, Gerald W Callan, Michael J Swantner, Russell M Evans III: High pressure sensor for use with a fluid delivery system. Bayer HealthCare, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, November 8, 2016: US09486579

A pressure sensor for use with a fluid delivery system having good sensitivity at low pressure, but also configured to remain in operating condition after being exposed to high pressures is disclosed herein. In one variation, the pressure sensor includes a fluid path set, a deformable element associ ...


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Michael A Spohn, Thomas P Joyce, Michael J Ehrenberger, James Albert Dedig, John A Haury, Susan Lynn Felix, Gerald W Callan, John D Shearer Jr, Jonathan R Speicher, Christopher M Scutt, Herb Grubic, Ralph E Kopacko, William D Barlow, Jerry A Stokes Jr, Richard G Critchlow, Karen M Zelenski, Mirza Hyder Hussain, Linda M O Meara, Roderick H Beaulieu, Jennie Kwo, Luis A Pedraza: Drip chamber and fluid level sensing mechanism for a fluid delivery system. Bayer Medical Care, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, August 19, 2014: US08808253

The fluid injector system includes a source of injection fluid, a pump device, and a fluid path set in fluid connection with the source of injection fluid and the pump device. The fluid path set includes a drip chamber including an elongated body having a raised projection from substantially a top e ...


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Raymond C Hoffman, Barry L Tucker, David H Berry, Martin J Uram, Douglas DeScalzi, Arthur E Uber III: Radiopharmaceutical delivery and tube management system. BAYER HEALTHCARE, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, July 19, 2016: US09393441

A device for delivery of a radiopharmaceutical and delivery of a pharmaceutical agent are described. Various other components for delivery systems including tubing management systems, primer caps, diffusion chambers, radiation shields and syringe shields, needle handles, and other devices and method ...


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Raymond C Hoffman, Barry L Tucker, David H Berry, Martin J Uram, Douglas DeScalzi, Arthur E Uber III: Radiopharmaceutical delivery and tube management system. BAYER HEALTHCARE, Joseph L Kent, David Schramm, James R Stevenson, May 24, 2016: US09345906

A device for delivery of a radiopharmaceutical and delivery of a pharmaceutical agent are described. Various other components for delivery systems including tubing management systems, primer caps, diffusion chambers, radiation shields and syringe shields, needle handles, and other devices and method ...


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Kevin P Cowan, John A Brosovich, Alan D Hirschman, Barry Iddon, Michael J Yanniello: Encoding and sensing of syringe information. BAYER HEALTHCARE, David Schramm, Joseph L Kent, James R Stevenson, August 28, 2018: US10060758

A syringe for use with a powered injector to inject a fluid into a patient that includes a length of material adapted to transmit or propagate electromagnetic energy therethrough. The length of material includes at least a first indicator positioned along the length of material. The first indicator ...