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Andreas G F Beckers: Diabetes management system and apparatus. Diva Medical Systems, Richard P Crowley, May 28, 1991: US05019974 (752 worldwide citation)

A system and apparatus for efficient medical control of a medical condition such as diabetes comprises a recorder, an interface and a master computer. The master computer develops a program of therapy which is downloaded into the recorder which then reminds the patient of any therapy due and records ...


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Andreas G F Beckers: Diabetes therapy management system, apparatus and method. Diva Medical Systems, Richard P Crowley, June 1, 1993: US05216597 (354 worldwide citation)

A system and apparatus for efficient medical control of a medical condition such as diabetes comprises a recorder, an interface and a master computer. The master computer develops a programme of therapy which is downloaded into the recorder which then reminds the patient of any therapy due and recor ...


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James E Barrington: Sterilizable, medical connector for blood processing. Abcor, Richard P Crowley, October 19, 1976: US03986508 (296 worldwide citation)

A two-stage, sterilizable connector for use in processing blood, which connector assures sterility when entering a blood bag to add agents required in processing blood, the connector designed to comprise a male and female body element which, in a first extended position, are partially joined, which ...


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Elie S Nuwayser: Method of transdermal drug delivery. Biotek, Richard P Crowley, November 25, 1986: US04624665 (190 worldwide citation)

A transdermal drug delivery system useful for the controlled, for example zero order, release of one or more drugs to a selected skin area of a user, which system comprises an impervious backing sheet and a face membrane, the backing sheet and membrane secured together to form an intermediate reserv ...


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Barry D Sears: Synthetic phospholipid compounds. Lipid Specialties, Richard P Crowley, August 13, 1985: US04534899 (173 worldwide citation)

Synthetic phospholipid compounds and their method of preparation, which compounds are phosphatidylethanolamine polycarboxyl polyalkylene glycols and are prepared by the reaction of a phosphatidylethanolamine, a polycarboxylic acid, such as succinic or glutaryl anhydride, and a polyalkylene glycol, s ...


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Barry D Sears: Synthetic phospholipid compounds. Lipid Specialties, Richard P Crowley, January 17, 1984: US04426330 (143 worldwide citation)

Novel synthetic phospholipid compounds, the compounds having the structural formula: ##STR1## where X is a hydrogen or alkyl group, n can vary from about 0 to 200, m can vary from 2 to 10, and R.sub.1 and R.sub.2 are saturated or unsaturated acyl radicals.


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Barry D Sears: Method of preparing a controlled-release pharmaceutical preparation, and resulting composition. Richard P Crowley, March 20, 1979: US04145410 (141 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a controlled-release pharmaceutical compound for oral administration, which pharmaceutical compound is subject to enzymatic hydrolysis on oral administration, which method comprises encapsulating the pharmaceutical compound with a synthetic phosphatidyl compound having a modifi ...


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Howard A Green: Method of laser-induced tissue necrosis in carotenoid-containing skin structures. Richard P Crowley, April 19, 1994: US05304170 (136 worldwide citation)

A method for treating dermatological organ disorders and skin lesions in a mammal through the use of directed, pulsed laser light is described.


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Arthur S Holmes, James M Ryan: Distillative separations of gas mixtures containing methane, carbon dioxide and other components. Koch Process Systems, Richard P Crowley, July 31, 1984: US04462814 (105 worldwide citation)

Distillative separations of hydrocarbon feed mixtures containing at least methane and carbon dioxide, as well as other components, such as ethane, higher hydrocarbons, and hydrogen sulfide are disclosed. In the separations described, methane is preferably separated from an acid gas under conditions ...


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Elie S Nuwayser, William A Nucefora: Composite core coated microparticles and process of preparing same. Biotek, Richard P Crowley, February 4, 1986: US04568559 (104 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing coated microparticles, which process comprises preparing a solvent solution of an active ingredient to be encapsulated and a film-forming polymer, removing the solvent to provide a dry, composite, uniform admixture of the active ingredient and the polymer material, reducing t ...



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