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Thomas P Clement, David P Weber: Medical device valving mechanism. Mectra Labs, Barnes & Thornburg, April 20, 1993: US05203769 (135 worldwide citation)

A medical device valving mechanism comprising an elongated valve body molded to have a longitudinally extending body shaped to be gripped and securely held in either hand leaving the hand's thumb free for valve operational movement. The body has at least one fluid passageway extending longitudinally ...


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Thomas P Clement, David P Weber: Disposable lavage tip assembly. Mectra Labs, Barnes & Thornburg, October 5, 1993: US05250065 (108 worldwide citation)

A surgical device has a longitudinally extending cannula formed to define an interior channel. The cannula is attached to a conduit piece that defines first, second, and third passageways in fluid communication with the interior channel of the cannula. A surgical knife is positioned within the inter ...


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Thomas P Clement, David P Weber: Medical device valving mechanism. Mectra Labs, Barnes & Thornburg, May 28, 1991: US05019054 (64 worldwide citation)

A medical device valving mechanism comprising a molded plastic, one-piece, elongated valve body molded to have a longitudinally extending body shaped to be gripped and securely held in either hand leaving the hand's thumb free for valve operational movement. The body has at least one fluid passagewa ...


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Glen A Carey, David P Weber: Reagent handling system and reagent pack for use therein. Chiron Diagnostics Corporation, Arthur S Morgenstern, Charles L Gagnebin III, Robert P Blackburn, August 4, 1998: US05788928 (38 worldwide citation)

A reagent pack for keeping fluids with or without suspensions mixed or suspended upon rocking. The reagent pack has at least one chamber divided into separate sub-chambers with a throat region between them defined by baffles for agitation of suspended reagent during rocking of the reagent pack. A co ...


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Thomas P Clement, David P Weber: Disposable lavage. Mectra Labs, Barnes & Thornburg, April 26, 1994: US05306237 (32 worldwide citation)

A surgical device has a first cannula formed to define a first interior channel and a second cannula positioned substantially within the first interior channel of the first cannula. The second cannula is formed to define a second interior channel. Both the first cannula and the second cannula are at ...


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Glen A Carey, David P Weber: Reagent handling system and reagent pack for use therein. Ciba Corning Diagnostics, Judith A Roesler, Arthur S Morgenstern, March 11, 1997: US05609822 (29 worldwide citation)

A reagent pack for keeping fluids with or without suspensions mixed or suspended upon rocking. The reagent pack has at least one chamber divided into separate sub-chambers with a throat region between them defined by baffles for agitation of suspended reagent during rocking of the reagent pack. A co ...


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Glen A Carey, Scott E Mathis, David P Weber: Reagent handling system and configurable vial carrier for use therein. Bayer Corporation, May 23, 2000: US06066300 (28 worldwide citation)

A vial carrier having plural reagent compartments disposed linearly along the length of the carrier. Each compartment is adapted for receiving one of plural reagent vials. The carrier is provided with indicia uniquely identifying it to an automated assay device. Similarly, each compartment of the ca ...


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Thomas P Clement, David P Weber: Disposable lavage. Mectra Labs, Barnes & Thornburg, December 20, 1994: US05374244 (27 worldwide citation)

A surgical device has a first cannula formed to define a first interior channel and a second cannula positioned substantially within the first interior channel of the first cannula. The second cannula is formed to define a second interior channel. Both the first cannula and the second cannula are at ...


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Thomas P Clement, David P Weber: Disposable lavage with instrument shield. Mectra Labs, Barnes & Thornburg, August 16, 1994: US05338292 (17 worldwide citation)

A surgical device has a first cannula formed to define a first interior channel and a second cannula positioned substantially within the first interior channel of the first cannula. The second cannula is formed to define a second interior cannula. Both the first cannula and the second cannula are at ...


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Glen A Carey, Scott E Mathis, David P Weber: Reagent handling system and configurable vial carrier for use therein. Bayer Corporation, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Lebovici, August 13, 2002: US06432359 (11 worldwide citation)

A vial carrier having plural reagent compartments disposed linearly along the length of the carrier. Each compartment is adapted for receiving one of plural reagent vials. The carrier is provided with indicia uniquely identifying it to an automated assay device. Similarly, each compartment of the ca ...