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Samuel Burd: Connector for attachment of blood tubing to external arteriovenous shunts and fistulas. Cordis Dow, Neal A Waldrop, January 9, 1979: US04133312 (164 worldwide citation)

A universal connector for a blood tubing set having a blood tube attached to one end portion and alternative means on the other end portion of said connector for selectively connecting and locking to the blood tube an external arteriovenous shunt, or a fistula.


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Philip L Edwards: Chewable toy for animal. Neal A Waldrop, Jay C Taylor, April 23, 1985: US04513014 (81 worldwide citation)

A super-tough molded elastomeric chewable polyurethane toy for an animal. The toy may be shaped to simulate a dog bone and to make swallowing difficult when being chewed. It is also chemically inert in the animal's digestive system and is characterized by moderate hardness, resilient deformability, ...


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Frank W Mather III, Andreas Preussner, Gaylord L Berry: Rigid shell expansible blood reservoir, heater and hollow fiber membrane oxygenator assembly. Cordis Dow, Neal A Waldrop, Jay C Taylor, January 3, 1984: US04424190 (81 worldwide citation)

A closed, air-free blood oxygenator assembly having integrated into one self-supporting unit a rigid-shell blood reservoir having an easily visible, concavity which is closed by an attached expansible, flexible membrane which overlies the concavity and forms a variable volume liquid and air-tight bl ...


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Reuben A Tigner: Method for forming tubesheets on hollow fiber tows and forming hollow fiber bundle assemblies containing same. Cordis Dow, Neal A Waldrop, February 6, 1979: US04138460 (76 worldwide citation)

A method of potting in a single or multi-cavity mold a plurality of fibers in continuous tow form to encapsulate the fibers, fill the interstices and form a solid tubesheet of selected shape and length. After transversely cutting through the thus formed tubesheet and the fibers therein a pair of tub ...


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Bennie J Lipps, Julian I Landau: Apparatus and method for automatically controlling hemodialysis at a pre-selected ultrafiltration rate. Cordis Dow, Neal A Waldrop, June 24, 1980: US04209391 (69 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for and method of automatically controlling the quantity and rate of liquid removed from blood during hemodialysis. The apparatus supplies dialysate in a single pass system in a closed, controlled volume circuit which includes an above atmospheric pressure portion and a below atmospheric p ...


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Thomas H Papanek, Mark S Egler, Julian I Landau: Automated diaphragm apparatus and method for controlling negative pressure hemodialysis treatment. Cordis Dow, Neal A Waldrop, December 28, 1982: US04366061 (66 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an automated single pass dialysate supply apparatus and a method for conducting hemodialysis treatments when the apparatus is used. The apparatus is of the closed circuit type and provides a pair of cylinders, each equipped with a hydraulically driven diaphragm, which supply ...


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John J Voorhees, Sven R Hammarstrom, Mats A Hamberg, Bengt I Samuelsson: Method for alleviating psoriasis. The Regents of the University of Michigan, Neal A Waldrop, January 1, 1980: US04181725 (56 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical compositions administered to humans and animals topically for treatment of proliferative skin diseases, primarily psoriasis. The composition comprises a pharmaceutical carrier with at least one active ingredient selected from the group consisting of para bromophenacyl bromide, alpha t ...


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Philip L Edwards: Chewable toy for animal. Neal A Waldrop, Jay C Taylor, December 10, 1985: US04557219 (55 worldwide citation)

A super-tough molded elastomeric chewable polyurethane toy for an animal. The toy may be shaped to simulate a dog bone and to make swallowing difficult when being chewed. It is also chemically inert in the animal's digestive system and is characterized by moderate hardness, resilient deformability, ...


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Praful J Patel: Method of making a dual durometer self-locking and sealing plug. Chemcast Corporation, Neal A Waldrop, December 5, 1989: US04885121 (50 worldwide citation)

A continuous method of making a dual durometer self-locking, self-sealing plug for filling and sealing holes in panels. The plug is made from two different, chemically compatible thermoplastic materials by coinjection of the two molten components sequentially into a mold and cooling them concurrentl ...


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Michael J Kell: Diaphragm type blood pump for medical use. Cordis Dow, Neal A Waldrop, Jay C Taylor, October 25, 1983: US04411603 (48 worldwide citation)

A positive displacement pump for delivery of blood, or the like, from patients to an extracorporeal circuit, for purification, as in hemodialysis treatments. The pump is small, and sufficiently inexpensive to be discarded after one use. The pump comprises a single blood chamber attached to inlet and ...