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Yves Delmotte, Arnold Bilstad, David Amrani, Mark Kennedy, James DiOrio: Fibrin delivery device and method for forming fibrin on a surface. Baxter International, Wallenstein & Wagner, November 23, 1999: US05989215 (104 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a medical device for delivering volumetric quantities of a first and a second biochemically reactive fluid comprising a first container having an opening, the first container being adapted to contain the first biochemically reactive fluid; a second container having a second f ...


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John Mark DeFoggi, Arnold Bilstad, Ingrid McPhilliamy: Device for reconstituting medicaments for injection. Baxter International, Larson & Taylor, March 19, 2002: US06358236 (86 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for reconstituting a lyophilized or powdered medicament such as blood factor VIII which must be reconstituted just prior to use, such as by introduction of a sterile fluid from a syringe, which comprises a housing having an upper section capable of receiving a syringe and a lowe ...


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Jeffrey E Miripol, Arnold Bilstad, John Foley, Dean Glash, William R Bratten: Irradiation of blood products. Baxter International, Paul C Flattery, Garrettson Ellis, Bradford R L Price, August 28, 1990: US04952812 (80 worldwide citation)

A thin film or layer of white blood cells, such as the contaminating white cells in a platelet concentrate, is irradiated with ultraviolet radiation predominately of a wavelength of 280 to 320 nanometers, and preferably at an intensity of 4 to 20 milliwatts per square cm. to provide a total energy e ...


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Jeffrey E Miripol, Arnold Bilstad, John Foley, Dean Glash: Irradiation of blood products. Baxter International, Paul C Flattery, Bradford R L Price, Garrettson Ellis, September 12, 1989: US04866282 (68 worldwide citation)

A thin film of white blood cells is irradiated with ultraviolet radiation predominately of a wavelength of 280 to 320 nanometers, and preferably at an intensity of 4 to 15 milliwatts per square cm. At such a radiation intensity it is not necessary to agitate the thin film of white blood cells to acc ...


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Yves Delmotte, Arnold Bilstad, David Amrani, James DiOrio, Atif M Yardimci, David W Pennington, James S Slepicka, Cristina Stadler: Fibrin delivery device and method for forming fibrin on a surface. Baxter International, Joseph A Fuchs, Bruce M Canter, October 8, 2002: US06461325 (58 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a medical device for delivering volumetric quantities of a first and a second biochemically reactive fluid comprising a first container having an opening, the first container being adapted to contain the first biochemically reactive fluid; a second container having a second f ...


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Jeffrey E Miripol, Arnold Bilstad, John Foley, Dean Glash: Irradiation of blood products. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, Garrettson Ellis, Bradford R L Price, February 23, 1988: US04726949 (47 worldwide citation)

A thin film of white blood cells is irradiated with ultraviolet radiation predominately of a wavelength of 280 to 320 nanometers, and preferably at an intensity of 4 to 15 milliwatts per square cm. At such a radiation intensity it is not necessary to agitate the thin film of white blood cells to acc ...


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David Bacehowski, Arnold Bilstad, Michael R Keilman: Large volume flexible containers. Baxter International, Bradford R L Price, Paul C Flattery, Robert M Barrett, November 6, 1990: US04968624 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a large volume flexible container capable of containing a fluid to be maintained under sterile conditions. The container comprises an inner liner constructed from a polyolefin that defines an interior of the container and an outer liner constructed from a three-layer l ...


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Tania Sung Yi Chen, Bretton Douglas, Arnold Bilstad: Performance optimization for wireless networks with mixed modulation types. Cisco Technology, Cindy Kaplan, July 20, 2010: US07760692 (3 worldwide citation)

Significant improvements in throughput of networks employing disparate physical layer standards are provided. Different physical layer standards are segregated into different frequency channels. In one implementation, 802.11b traffic and 802.11g traffic are segregated into different frequency channe ...


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Tania Sung Yi Chen, Bretton Douglas, Arnold Bilstad: Performance optimization for wireless networks with mixed modulation types. Cisco Technology, Cindy Kaplan, April 8, 2014: US08693450

In one embodiment, different physical layer standards are segregated into different frequency channels. In one implementation, 802.11b traffic and 802.11g traffic are segregated into different frequency channels. A network management tool allows the user to specify channels to either, e.g., 802.11b- ...


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Bretton Douglas, Arnold Bilstad, Timothy Olson, David Stephenson, Sheausong Yang, Nancy Winget, Stuart Norman, Robert Meier, Douglas A Smith: Method for central planning and distributed control of client roaming and reassociation. Cisco Technology, Tucker Ellis & West, March 17, 2005: US20050060319-A1

A technique for network planning that includes an interface for guiding a network user through the network allocation process, such as defining groups of clients based on their capabilities. Portions of the wireless local area network infrastructure, e.g., access points, are allocated among the grou ...