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Josef Beden, Hans Jurgen Flaig, Bernd Steinbach: Disposable balancing unit for balancing fluids, and related medical treatment device. Fresenius Aktiengesellschaft, Kenyon & Kenyon, November 17, 1998: US05836908 (115 worldwide citation)

A disposable balancing unit designed as a sheet bag includes two sheets (1, 2), which are heat-sealed together, forming a balancing chamber (4) that is divided by a flexible wall (8) into the two chamber halves (9, 10), and forming two equalization chambers (5, 6), as well as the channels (15 throug ...


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Hans Dietrich Polaschegg, Bernd Steinbach: Implantable apparatus. Fresenius, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, August 9, 1994: US05336194 (111 worldwide citation)

Implantable infusion apparatus comprising a chamber sealed by a septum and having an outlet aperture leading therefrom, to which a catheter tube is connected. A wire anchored in the chamber base projects into the catheter lumen, forming a ring slot whose diameter is smaller than the average size of ...


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Bernd Steinbach, Leopold Schlogl: Device for dispensing active substances to a patient. Annemarie Schlogl Gesellschaft m b H & Co KG, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, November 13, 1990: US04969873 (76 worldwide citation)

Septum for implantable devices for dispensing active substances, for example medicaments, to the body of the patient. The septum is inserted as a cover of a medicament chamber into the associated opening by means of one or more clamping members, the septum (22; 36; 10) being formed annularly with pa ...


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Bernd Steinbach, Claus Walter: Implantable infusion pump. Fresenius, September 29, 1998: US05814019 (71 worldwide citation)

The invention refers to an implantable infusion pump for the dosed administration of medication into the human body comprising a pump chamber which is formed by a lower chamber part and an upper chamber part connected thereto, whereby the pumping chamber is divided into two subchambers by a gas impe ...


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Paul Jahn, Franz Wilhelm Koerdt, Matthias Krämer, Klaus Metzner, Harald Peter, Walter Pieper, Bernd Steinbach: Multifunction sensor. Fresenius Medical Care Deutschland, Kenyon & Kenyon, April 1, 2003: US06542761 (58 worldwide citation)

A device for measuring parameters of medical fluids having a measurement chamber through which the fluid to be measured passes. The chamber is sealed on one side by a flexible membrane, and it also has a measurement plate that has a peripheral seal on its outer edge and is in contact with the flexib ...


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Bernd Steinbach: Implantable infusion pump. Fresenius, March 3, 1998: US05722957 (52 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an implantable infusion pump for the dosed administration of medication into the human body, comprising a pump chamber which is formed by a lower chamber part and an upper chamber part connected thereto, whereby the pumping chamber is divided into two subchambers by a gas impe ...


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Josef Beden, Hans Jurgen Flaig, Bernd Steinbach: Device for providing a substituate. Fresenius, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 16, 1999: US05871694 (42 worldwide citation)

In a device for providing a substituate to a device for removing toxic substances from the blood which employs volumetric balancing of the fluid, an equalization chamber (11, 20) communicates with first and second inlet lines (9, 18) respectively, of a balancing chamber (14). Moreover, a buffer cham ...


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Hans Dietrich Polaschegg, Hans Helmut Lewinsky, Bernd Steinbach: Gas exchange apparatus. Fresenius, Luderschmidt & Partner, December 9, 1997: US05695717 (39 worldwide citation)

A gas exchange device (100) with an extracorporeal blood circuit (102) in which a blood pump (110) is connected, with a CO.sub.2 exchange unit (112), and an oxygenator (128), whereby the gas exchange unit (112, 128) is in each case divided by a hydrophilic, water-wet membrane (114, 130) into a blood ...


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Bernd Steinbach, Claus Walter, Andreas Wild: Implantable infusion pump. Fresenius, Fulbright & Jaworski L, November 17, 1998: US05836915 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an implantable infusion pump for dosed emission of medicines into the human body comprising a pump chamber formed by an upper chamber portion (3) and a lower chamber portion (2), whereby said pump chamber is divided by a flexible membrane (6) into a pressure chamber (8) and a ...


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Bernd Steinbach, Frank Wallmann, Klaus G Lederer, David Saar, Sidney David: Variable flow infusion pump system. Palyon Medical, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, December 29, 2009: US07637892 (18 worldwide citation)

An implantable infusion pump system is disclosed. The pump system preferably includes an implantable pump and a removable module. The module may provide for varying flow rates of fluid being dispensed from the pump or may provide for a constant flow rate of such fluid. In the case of varying flow ra ...