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Earl G Phillips, Robert W Insalaco, William M Booth III: Continuous vacuum wound drainage system. Stryker Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, February 11, 1986: US04569674 (176 worldwide citation)

A continuous vacuum drainage system for wound drainage. A base unit has apparatus responsive to releasable attachment thereto of a drain reservoir for evacuating the reservoir to a subatmospheric pressure in a predetermined range. The drain reservoir is continuously operable before, during and after ...


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Earl G Phillips, Dee B Ranger: Fluid flow control console. Stryker Corporation, Blanchard Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, June 30, 1981: US04276023 (121 worldwide citation)

A fluid control for powering and supplying coolant liquid to gas operated surgical and dental tools and for supplying irrigant to a suction-irrigation handpiece, selectively by remove control from a surgical or dental operating site. A console remote from the operating site has a pressurized gas sou ...


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Marc Bellotti, Richard P Goldhaber, Earl G Phillips, Theodore H Toch: Integral hydraulic circuit for hemodialysis apparatus. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, Garrettson Ellis, March 13, 1984: US04436620 (103 worldwide citation)

A one-piece hydraulic circuit is provided for use with a blood dialyzer for performing functions currently performed with a multiplicity of blood inlet and outlet sets and related items comprising flexible tubing and the like.


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Earl G Phillips, Robert W Insalaco: Irrigation and suction handpiece. Stryker Corporation, Blanchard Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, November 10, 1981: US04299221 (69 worldwide citation)

An irrigation-suction handpiece assembly, for dental and surgical use at an operating site, includes a handle containing longitudinally extending, side-by-side suction and irrigant passageways respectively connectible to a source of subatmospheric pressure (i.e., a vacuum source) and an irrigant flu ...


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Wendell V Ebling, Rene G Lamadrid, Earl G Phillips: Device for separating low density material such as gas bubbles from a liquid, and the use thereof in a dialysis delivery system. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Garrettson Ellis, Paul C Flattery, January 30, 1979: US04137160 (52 worldwide citation)

A device, which may be used in a dialysis system, is disclosed for separating low density material such as gas bubbles from a liquid by swirling the liquid, to cause the bubbles to migrate toward the center of the swirling liquid. A liquid storage chamber having side walls of generally circular cros ...