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Eric W Brown, Charles M Kienholz, Steven J Busak, Wayne Hayob, Ferrell D Papic: Cartridge fed programmable ambulatory infusion pumps powered by DC electric motors. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, July 21, 1992: US05131816 (130 worldwide citation)

A cartridge fed infusion pump containing a plurality of linear peristaltic pumps. Each pump is powered by a direct current motor. The motor has a shaft which rotates to perform a pump cycle. A position encoder mounted on the shaft is used to determine when the shaft has reached the stop position in ...


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Charles M Kienholz, Willis J Bruns, Keith W Richey, Mortaza Khanessari: Peristaltic pump latching mechanism. Staar Surgical Company, Frank Frisenda Jr, April 5, 1988: US04735558 (100 worldwide citation)

A spring-loaded latching mechanism for a peristaltic pump that automatically sets and maintains a desired roller head tension. The spring-loaded latching mechanism includes a pair of counter-rotating latching cams positioned on opposite sides of a pump housing. Each latching cam has an indented or s ...


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Willis J Bruns, Charles M Kienholz: Intraocular lens structure with polyimide haptic portion and methods for fabrication. Staar Surgical Company, Frank Frisenda Jr, April 12, 1988: US04737322 (85 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved intraocular lens structures for surgical placement in the eye, the unique structures comprise an optical zone portion substantially centrally disposed with an integral outer haptic portion. In one embodied form, the haptic portion is composed of materials having relat ...


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Eric W Brown, Charles M Kienholz: Pump tube mount and cartridge for infusion pump. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, April 30, 1991: US05011378 (23 worldwide citation)

An infustion pump fluid source cartridge having a pump interface portion and a fluid source portion. The top edge of the cartridge is bevelled in the fluid source portion to permit bending of the fluid source portion to securely position the pump interface portion against the pump without distorting ...


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Charles M Kienholz, Clifford D Bennett: Nebulizer device. C R Bard, Richard H Zaitlen, May 19, 1981: US04267974 (15 worldwide citation)

A nebulizer device for producing an aerosol spray via a flow of gas at varying oxygen concentrations is disclosed. The nebulizer device comprises a body defining an initial nebulization chamber, a subsequent baffling chamber and a venturi formed therebetween. Air intake ports are disposed on the bod ...


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Charles M Kienholz: Container with incorporated aerator. American Hospital Supply Corporation, Roger A Williams, January 4, 1983: US04367182 (8 worldwide citation)

A humidifier for humidifying gas with a liquid has a cavity defined by top, bottom, and side walls. An interior wall is attached to the side wall and defines a first and second cavity within the enclosed cavity. At least a first opening adjacent the bottom wall and at least a second opening adjacent ...


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Raymond J Lohr, Richard N Carver, Charles M Kienholz, Calvin S Cook, Maxmillian P Rogers: Device simulating play action game. Louis Marx & Co, Blum Moscovitz Friedman & Kaplan, February 8, 1977: US04006899 (5 worldwide citation)

A game device is provided which has a high degree of sustained recreational and entertainment value. The game includes a housing fitted with a removable screen. The screen includes indicia which simulate a field of play, for instance a tennis court, hockey field, soccer field or the like. Screens wi ...


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