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Barry Peter Liversidge: Medical needle assemblies. Barry Peter Liversidge, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, April 20, 2010: US07699813 (7 worldwide citation)

A safety arrangement for a medical needle (15) has a support (14) for carrying the mount end of the needle, and a sleeve (16) slidably mounted on the support (14) for movement from an initial position to a retracted position and then back to a protecting position where the sleeve (16) covers the tip ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Wire stripper. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, February 3, 1998: US05713249 (7 worldwide citation)

A wire stripper has a main body (10) in which are mounted a pair of clamping jaws (11, 14) for a wire to be stripped and within the clamping jaws, a pair of stripping jaws (17, 18). An operating mechanism includes a pivoting handle (30) which carriers an actuator (34) defining a cam profile (37, 38) ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Medical needle safety devices. Barry Peter Liversidge, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, May 8, 2012: US08172810 (5 worldwide citation)

A safety device (10) for a medical needle (11) has a sleeve (28) defining an internally tapering forward portion (30) and a needle carrier (14) located within the sleeve (28) for axial movement relative to the forward portion (30). A locking member (23) is mounted on the needle carrier (14) and has ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Wire stripper. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, April 13, 2004: US06718848 (5 worldwide citation)

A manual wire-stripper has first and second wire clamping jaws, a pair of stripping jaws disposed between the clamping jaws and an operating mechanism including a lever pivoted to the stripper body to extend alongside a fixed lever. A slidably mounted draw-bar is connected to the stripping jaws and ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Medical needle safety device. Tip Top Com, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, December 31, 2013: US08617119 (2 worldwide citation)

A safety device having a tubular support for a needle mount end and a protective shield slidably mounted on the support from a set position, a retracted position and then to a locked position to covers the needle. A locking member mounted on the support, within the shield and a cam follower is engag ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Medical needle safety devices. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, December 11, 2012: US08328766 (2 worldwide citation)

A safety device for shielding the sharp tip of a medical needle has a needle mount which either directly supports a medical needle, or indirectly supports the needle for instance where the needle is provided as a part of a syringe. A sleeve is carried directly or indirectly on the needle mount and i ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Medical injector handling device. Barry Peter Liversidge, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, November 9, 2010: US07828778 (2 worldwide citation)

A handling device for use with a medical injector (11) including a protective sheath (17) for a needle (14) has a carrier (20) with an outer cylindrical wall (21) and a coaxial inner tube (33) which is a close sliding fit over the protective sheath (17). A cylindrical sleeve (24) is slidably mounted ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Medical needle safety device. Andrus Intellectual Property Law, March 3, 2015: US08968241 (2 worldwide citation)

A passive safety device for a medical needle has a mount for supporting the needle and a needle shielding sleeve co-axial with and arranged for sliding movement relative to the mount, from a shielding position to a non-shielding position. An abutment surface is provided on one of the sleeve and moun ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Injection apparatus. Barry Peter Liversidge, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, October 19, 2010: US07815610

Injection apparatus having a pre-filled syringe provided with a safety needle assembly, and a sleeve open at one end for containing the syringe with the safety needle assembly projecting from the open end of the sleeve. A cap is fitted to the open end and is configured to receive the projecting part ...


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Barry Peter Liversidge: Needle assembly having slidable collar to control radial engagement of sleeve segments with injection pen threads. Grossman Tucker Perreault & Pfleger PLLC, April 18, 2017: US09623195

A needle assembly for an injection pen (22) has a sleeve (21) supporting internally a double-ended needle having an injection end and a non-injection end (25). The end of the sleeve surrounding the non-injection end (25) of the needle is divided into deformable segments (28) and is internally thread ...