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David Cassidy, Russell Hart: Wearable intravenous fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, January 16, 2001: US06175688 (88 worldwide citation)

An intravenous fluid heater is provided that is dimensioned so as to be wearable adjacent a patient's intravenous fluid infusion situs. In one embodiment, the heater includes a heat exchanger for defining a flow path through the heater for fluid to be infused via the infusion situs. At least on ...


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David Cassidy, Russell Hart, John Landy, Andrea Stamp: Heat exchanger useable in wearable fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, November 12, 2002: US06480257 (77 worldwide citation)

A heat exchanger that is useable in a wearable fluid heater is disclosed. Mechanisms may be used with or comprised in embodiments of the heat exchanger for purging gas from the heat exchanger.


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David Cassidy, Russell Hart: Wearable intravenous fluid heater. Belmont Instrument Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, May 22, 2001: US06236809 (72 worldwide citation)

An intravenous fluid heater is provided that is dimensioned so as to be wearable adjacent a patient's intravenous fluid infusion situs. In one embodiment, the heater includes a heat exchanger for defining a flow path through the heater for fluid to be infused via the infusion situs. At least on ...


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David Cassidy: Patient monitoring system and method. Belmont Instruments Corporation, Cesari amd McKenna, September 12, 2000: US06117076 (24 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring an anatomical condition of a patient is provided. One embodiment of the system includes an electronic monitoring device for monitoring the anatomical condition (e.g., cardiac function) of the patient and for generating an electrical signal indicative of that monitored conditi ...


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David Cassidy: Medical fluid warming system. Enginivity, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Lebovici, January 2, 2007: US07158719 (17 worldwide citation)

An improved inline intravenous fluid warming device. In one embodiment, the device includes a resistive film heater that is thermally coupled to a body having a serpentine fluid path extending therethrough. The film heater is coupled to the body via a first layer that is a thermally conductive and e ...


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David Cassidy: Lithium polymer battery powered intravenous fluid warmer. General Electric Company, Alan Taboada, Moser IP Law Group, June 22, 2010: US07741815 (12 worldwide citation)

A lithium polymer (LiPo) battery pack having LiPo battery cells is provided which includes battery protection circuitry, charging circuitry, cell balancing circuitry, and control and communication circuitry. The batteries can be charged while in use by an internal charger. Battery charging and disch ...


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Michael Dodd, David Cassidy: Battery charger box. August 17, 1999: US05939858 (11 worldwide citation)

A battery charger box for holding a pair of generally rectangular battery chargers therein. The box includes a container with a bottom panel and a perimeter side wall upwardly extending around the bottom panel of the container. A lid substantially covers a top opening into the container and is pivot ...


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John Erik Michael Palmroos, James Bradley DuBois, David Cassidy, Glenn Davis, Raymond P Silkaitis: System for guiding a user during programming of a medical device. Hospira, Michael R Crabb, March 1, 2011: US07896842 (10 worldwide citation)

A medical pump that provides advance guidance to a user regarding existence and limits of a valid input range for a pump programming parameter includes an input device for entering a value of a pump programming parameter, a memory for storing constraints related to the pump programming parameter, an ...


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Daniel L Gulling, David Cassidy, Craig W Rigby, Bernard F Bentgen: Icebreaker attachment. Niro Scavone Haller & Niro, August 26, 1997: US05660131 (8 worldwide citation)

A self-powered icebreaker attachment for connection to a parent vessel. In the preferred embodiment, the icebreaker attachment includes a spoon-shaped bow, an ice knife positioned aft of the bow, and a propulsion system including fully rotatable Z-drives. Preferably, the icebreaker attachment is its ...


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Michael J Kudla, David Cassidy: Goalie training device and method. Michael J Kudla, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Lebovici, March 6, 2012: US08128518 (1 worldwide citation)

A goaltender training device provides a screen representative of a goal opening and an image capture device to detect a goaltender against the screen. The training device provides visual indicators of goal coverage and records goaltender stance and position relative to the screen to provide training ...



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