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Stephen J Lilley, Hugh F Taylor, David R Theobald, Craig J Carlson, David I Rosen, Thomas R Johnson: Medical injection system and method, gas spring thereof and launching device using gas spring. Medi Ject Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, February 4, 1997: US05599302 (271 worldwide citation)

A needleless injection system and method for injecting a medical product comprises a needleless injection device having a nozzle assembly defining an ampule chamber for holding medication, an energy device for pushing medication out of the nozzle assembly, and an energy device actuating mechanism. T ...


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Stephen John Lilley, Hugh Francis Taylor, David Reginald Theobald, Craig J Carlson, David I Rosen, Thomas R Johnson: Coupling device for medical injection system. Medi Ject Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, December 8, 1998: US05846233 (96 worldwide citation)

A needleless injection system and method for injecting a medical product comprises a needleless injection device having a nozzle assembly defining an ampule chamber for holding medication, an energy device for pushing medication out of the nozzle assembly, and an energy device actuating mechanism. T ...


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Stephen John Lilley, Hugh Francis Taylor, David Reginald Theobald, Craig J Carlson, David I Rosen, Thomas R Johnson: Nozzle assembly with lost motion connection for medical injector assembly. Medi Ject Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, April 6, 1999: US05891085 (88 worldwide citation)

A needleless injection system and method for injecting a medical product including a needleless injection device having a nozzle assembly defining an ampule chamber for holding medication, an energy device for pushing medication out of the nozzle assembly, and an energy device actuating mechanism is ...


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Stephen John Lilley, Hugh Francis Taylor, David Reginald Theobald, Craig J Carlson, David I Rosen, Thomas R Johnson: Medical injection system and method, gas spring thereof and launching device using gas spring. Medi Ject Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, July 6, 1999: US05919159 (64 worldwide citation)

A needleless injection system and method for injecting a medical product comprises a needleless injection device having a nozzle assembly defining an ampule chamber for holding medication, an energy device for pushing medication out of the nozzle assembly, and an energy device actuating mechanism. T ...


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David I Rosen, Charles Shibilia: Shielded tip catheter for lithotripsy. PSI Medical Products, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 20, 1995: US05425735 (48 worldwide citation)

A shielded tip catheter for use with a pulsed energy source for fracturing deposits such as urinary and biliary stones and atherosclerotic plaque in the human body is disclosed. The flexible catheter has a shielded tip structure which is adapted for insertion through a fluid passage in a living body ...


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David I Rosen, Harry Petschek, Stephen P Dretler, Krishna M Bhatta: Impact lithotripsy. Physical Sciences, General Hospital Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 21, 1993: US05246447 (34 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for fracturing hard deposits such as urinary and biliary stones and atherosclerotic plaque in the human body. A flexible guide having a hard mass capping an end is adapted for insertion through a fluid passage in a living body. An energy source creates a rapid vapor expansion ad ...


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David I Rosen, Harry Petschek, Stephen P Drexler, Krishna M Bhatta: Impact lithotrypsy. Physical Sciences, The General Hospital, Kenyon & Kenyon, January 25, 1994: US05281231 (29 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for fracturing hard deposits such as urinary and biliary stones and atherosclerotic plaque in the human body. A flexible guide having a hard mass capping an end is adapted for insertion through a fluid passage in a living body. An energy source creates a rapid vapor expansion ad ...


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David I Rosen, Charles L Goldey, Gary B Hayes: Real-time optical feedback control of laser lithotripsy. Physical Sciences, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, October 13, 1998: US05820627 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for selectively ablating targeted biological material uses real-time optical feedback control to measure incandescent photoemissions emitted from irradiated biological material and, based on the measured incandescent photoemissions, adjust laser pulse parameters to selectively ablate target ...


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David I Rosen, William E Rosen: Apparatus and method for overcoming the habit of tobacco smoking. William H Eilberg, April 18, 1989: US04821745 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and apparatus which enables a user to reduce or eliminate the tobacco smoking habit. In one embodiment, the apparatus includes a patch of tobacco which is attached to the skin. A wetting agent, such as glycerine, alcohol, or water is placed between the skin and the pa ...


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William E Rosen, David I Rosen, Adam H Rosen: Wetted impact barrier for the reduction of tar and nicotine in cigarette smoke. Aquilino & Welsh, August 31, 1993: US05240015 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention is devised to be a free standing wetted impact barrier for dispensing onto a cigarette. Only when applied on the top mouthpiece of cigarette filter types does it become a part of the filter. More particularly, this invention relates to a wetted impact barrier kit which includes a free ...