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Dana Wm Ryan: Swabbable needleless injection port system having low reflux. Rymed Technologies, David P Gordon, David S Jacobosn, Thomas A Gallagher, September 5, 2000: US06113068 (203 worldwide citation)

A needleless IV injection port assembly includes a spiked body provided with a hollow spike, a female luer component, a flexible and resilient spike boot having a tip and spring portion, a centering member, and a-resilient swabbable septum. The spike boot extends over the spike, the centering member ...


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Dana Wm Ryan, David P Gordon, James M Kaiser, Frank A Scarfone: Swabbable needle-free injection port valve system with neutral fluid displacement. Rymed Technologies, Gordon & Jacobson PC, February 7, 2006: US06994315 (142 worldwide citation)

An improved needle-free intravenous injection port assembly is disclosed. Embodiments include a boot valve with a helical surface, a boot valve and septum which mate with mechanical interference, a spike with a rough outer surface coated with a lubricant, a septum having a shoulder and a single cont ...


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Dana Wm Ryan: Medical intravenous administration line connectors having a luer or pressure activated valve. Rymed Technologies, David P Gordon, Thomas A Gallagher, August 4, 1998: US05788215 (124 worldwide citation)

Medical intravenous administration connectors include a first coupling member having a female luer, a valve member having a substantially rigid stem and a substantially resilient body with a sealing surface, and a second coupling member having a fluid coupling extending from one end and an internal ...


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Dana Wm Ryan: Multiple dose drug vial adapter for use with a vial having a pierceable septum and a needleless syringe. Rymed Technologies, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, November 10, 1998: US05833213 (121 worldwide citation)

A drug vial adapter according to the invention includes: a first coupling member having a female luer connector (preferably a luer lock) with a fluid path therethrough, a flange having a first sealing ring seat formed therein and a first mating structure; a second cylindrical coupling member having ...


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Dana Wm Ryan: Swabbable needleless injection port system having low reflux. Rymed Technologies, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, October 9, 2001: US06299131 (114 worldwide citation)

A needleless IV injection port assembly includes a spiked body provided with a hollow spike, a female luer component, a flexible and resilient spike boot having a tip and spring portion, a centering member, and a resilient swabbable septum. The spike boot extends over the spike, the centering member ...


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Dana Wm Ryan, Joel F Giurtino, Thomas O Bales: Disposable value assembly for reusable surgical trocar. Symbiosis Corporation, David P Gordon, February 16, 1999: US05871471 (90 worldwide citation)

A surgical trocar assembly includes a disposable valve assembly, a cannula assembly, and a trocar with a handle. The cannula assembly includes a cannula base having a valve assembly coupling device at its proximal end, and a cannula extending from its distal end. The disposable valve assembly has a ...


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Dana Wm Ryan, Joel F Giurtino, Thomas O Bales: Method of using reusable surgical trocar with disposable valve assembly. Symbiosis Corporation, David P Gordon, December 2, 1997: US05693031 (85 worldwide citation)

A surgical trocar assembly includes a disposable valve assembly, a cannula assembly, and a trocar with a handle. The cannula assembly includes a cannula base having a valve assembly coupling device at its proximal end, and a cannula extending from its distal end. The disposable valve assembly has a ...


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Dana Wm Ryan, Thomas O Bales: Low friction slit valve. Symbiosis Corporation, David P Gordon, May 17, 1994: US05312363 (84 worldwide citation)

An automatic fluid valve which permits insertion of a surgical instrument therethrough is disclosed and includes an elastomeric slit valve with a plurality of raised surgical instrument engaging protrusions on a proximal surface thereof. Typically, the slit valve is a tricuspid valve, and three prot ...


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Dana Wm Ryan: Medical intravenous administration line connectors having a luer activated valve. Rymed Technologies, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, September 21, 1999: US05954313 (76 worldwide citation)

Medical intravenous administration connectors according to a first embodiment include a first coupling member having a female luer, a valve member having a substantially rigid stem and a substantially resilient body with a sealing surface, and a second coupling member having a fluid coupling extendi ...


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Dana Wm Ryan: Medical intravenous administration line connectors having a luer or pressure activated valve. David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, December 12, 2000: US06158458 (64 worldwide citation)

Medical intravenous administration connectors according to a first embodiment include a first coupling member having a female luer, a valve member having a substantially rigid stem and a substantially resilient body with a sealing surface, and a second coupling member having a fluid coupling extendi ...