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Dean L Kamen: Valve system with removable fluid interface. Bromberg & Sunstein, February 18, 1992: US05088515 (390 worldwide citation)

A valve having a disposable portion, which comes into contact with the fluid being controlled by the valve. The disposable portion has a valving chamber and a flexible membrane, which can seal off a mouth that is located on a protrusion in the chamber. The disposable portion is held by a fixture whi ...


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Nicole D Bloom, Dean L Kamen, Richard Lanigan, Charles M Grinnell, Kevin Grant: Vial loading method and apparatus for intelligent admixture and delivery of intravenous drugs. Deka Products Partnership, Lyon & Lyon, June 6, 2000: US06070761 (285 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed toward a vial-loading mechanism for a system that prepares and delivers one or more IV drugs to a patient. The vial-loading mechanism is used to load a vial onto a cassette spike and includes a vertical support member located adjacent to the spike. A holding assembl ...


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Dean L Kamen: Flow control system using boyles law. Bruce D Sunstein, Kay H Pierce, Paul C Flattery, October 18, 1988: US04778451 (244 worldwide citation)

A dispensing arrangement in a fluid line that isolates a region of fluid in the line from pressure effects in the line outside the region. A housing of measuring fluid surrounds the region so that changes in the measurement fluid pressure cause changes in the pressure of the original fluid in the re ...


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Dean L Kamen: Enhanced pressure measurement flow control system. Bromberg & Sunstein, December 11, 1990: US04976162 (230 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring flow of fluid through a line. A portion of the fluid in the line is isolated in a rigid container so that the fluid in the container is not affected by pressure in the rest of the line. An apparatus is provided for measuring that portion of the container that is not occupied b ...


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Dean L Kamen: Pressure-measurement flow control system. Bromberg Sunstein & Casselman, February 28, 1989: US04808161 (229 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for controlling flow of a first fluid through a line. Dispensing means isolates a region of the first fluid in the line from effects of pressure in the line outside of the region and repetitively dispenses into and out of the region volume increments of first fluid. Measurement ...


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Dean L Kamen: Enhanced pressure measurement flow control system. Bruce D Sunstein, Mary R Jankousky, Paul C Flattery, May 2, 1989: US04826482 (221 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system for measuring flow of a fluid through a line. In the system, a region of fluid along the line is isolated from pressure effects outside of the region. A source region contains a measurement gas in communication with the isolated region, such that the source me ...


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Dean L Kamen, Charles M Grinnell, Marc A Mandro, Dennis Gilbreath, Kevin Grant, Jason A Demers, William T Larkins, Robert Manning, Richard Lanigan: System for delivering intravenous drugs. Deka Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, April 3, 2001: US06210361 (209 worldwide citation)

A bedside-pharmacy systen for the preparation and delivery of intravenous drugs. The system includes a liquid inlet for connection to a liquid supply, vial receptacles, and a liquid outlet for providing the intravenous drug in mixed, liquid form to the patient. The system may include a chamber havin ...


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Dean L Kamen: Valve system with removable fluid interface. DEKA Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, January 12, 1993: US05178182 (193 worldwide citation)

A valve having a disposable portion, which comes into contact with the fluid being controlled by the valve. The disposable portion has a valving chamber and a flexible membrane, which can seal off a mouth that is located on a protrusion in the chamber. The disposable portion is held by a fixture whi ...


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Dean L Kamen, Joseph B Seale, Joseph Briggs, Finn Arnold: Flow conrol system. DEKA Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, June 18, 1996: US05526844 (186 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the flow of fluid through a line 3. The system may include first and second valves (A, B; and 6, 7) in the line 3 between is located a chamber (52, 82), part of which may be filled with fluid having a variable volume (52), and another part is filled with a measurement gas (V ...


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Dean L Kamen, Robert R Ambrogi, Robert J Duggan, Richard Kurt Heinzmann, Brian R Key, Andrzej Skoskiewicz, Phyllis K Kristal: Transportation vehicles and methods. DEKA Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, October 26, 1999: US05971091 (180 worldwide citation)

There is provided, in a preferred embodiment, a transportation vehicle for transporting an individual over ground having a surface that may be irregular. This embodiment has a support for supporting the subject. A ground-contacting module, movably attached to the support, serves to suspend the subje ...