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James S Kashmer, John K Klimbach, Randall P Vendetti: Suction canister with unitary shut-off valve and filter features. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, John L Voellmicke, August 14, 1984: US04465485 (501 worldwide citation)

A suction canister assembly comprises an enclosed receptacle having a first opening for providing suction to the receptacle and a second opening for drawing fluids, including liquids and gases, into the receptacle during suction. A unitary shut-off valve/filter element is associated with the interio ...


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Joseph A DiPisa Jr: Percutaneously deliverable intravascular filter prosthesis. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, May 5, 1987: US04662885 (375 worldwide citation)

An intravascular prosthesis comprises a lining rolled upon itself around an axis so that it is introducible into a vascular lumen. An inflatable channel is included for unrolling the lining when the prosthesis is positioned within the lumen so that the lining may engage the vascular wall to provide ...


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Gale H Thorne, Charles V Owen, Randall W Smith, Ruth D Goldberg, Scott D Miles, Michael J Claus: Automatic random access analyzer. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, July 7, 1987: US04678752 (255 worldwide citation)

An automated analytical apparatus comprises an introduction station for receiving a plurality of reagent packages. Each package has a plurality of receptacles, at least one of which includes a sample liquid to be analyzed, and at least one of which includes a liquid reagent for forming a reaction mi ...


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Joseph A DiPisa Jr: Percutaneously deliverable intravascular occlusion prosthesis. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, November 10, 1987: US04705517 (230 worldwide citation)

An intravascular prosthesis comprises a lining rolled upon itself around an axis so that it is introducible into a vascular lumen. An inflatable channel is included for unrolling the lining when the prosthesis is positioned within the lumen so that the lining may engage the vascular wall to provide ...


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Robert J Strowe, Floyd V Edwards, Carl M Stern: Medical infusion device. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, Aaron Passman, June 13, 1989: US04838857 (227 worldwide citation)

A medication infusion device comprises a retainer for holding a medication-containing receptacle of the type which is actuatable to expel the contents of medication therefrom. A sensor is included for sensing a characteristic related to the amount of medication within the receptacle. A timing device ...


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Richard A Cronenberg, Stephen I Shapiro: Sensor assembly suitable for blood gas analysis and the like and the method of use. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, October 7, 1986: US04615340 (202 worldwide citation)

A sensor assembly for electrochemical analysis of a substance comprises a housing and electrodes for sensing selective gases and ions within the housing. A sampler is associated with the housing for introducing the substance to be analyzed into the housing and for allowing the selective gas and ion ...


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Mack J Fulwyler: Apparatus for distinguishing multiple subpopulations of cells. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, February 12, 1985: US04499052 (182 worldwide citation)

A method of distinguishing multiple subpopulations of cells from a single sample of cells of a variety of types comprises labeling particles with two or more marking agents. These particles are marked in a plurality of different pre-selected ratios of the agents ranging between zero percent and one ...


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Hai Ping Wu, Burton H Sage Jr, Robert F Adrion: Apparatus and method for the detection and classification of articles using flow cytometry techniques. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, April 28, 1987: US04661913 (181 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns a flow apparatus and method for the detection of particles in a sample. Particles are moved, substantially one at a time, in a fluid flow stream. An incident beam of illumination is provided so as to be directed at the particles in the flow stream. Data associated with each m ...


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Anil Telang: Suction canister system for serial collection of fluids. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, June 21, 1983: US04388922 (137 worldwide citation)

A suction canister system for serial collection of fluids comprises a plurality of canisters for collecting fluids. The canisters are in fluid communication with each other so that a vacuum may be applied to the interior of the canisters simultaneously in a parallel-path connection. The fluid connec ...


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Harry G Reimels: Artificial sphincter. Codman & Shurtleff, Richard J Rodrick, October 10, 1978: US04118805 (133 worldwide citation)

An improved artificial sphincter for occluding a duct. The basic sphincter includes means to increase the occlusive force about the duct and means to control the increase of such occlusive force. To protect the duct from excessive or damaging occlusion the basic sphincter is improved by including me ...



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