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Anthony S. McCoppin
Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Mark W Hitchins, Anthony S McCoppin: Syringes, syringe plungers and injector systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, September 7, 1999: US05947935 (182 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a connection mechanism adapted to make a releasable connection between a syringe plunger and a drive member of an injector. The drive member is preferably movable in a generally reciprocal linear manner to control movement of the plunger within the syringe. The connect ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, February 23, 1999: US05873861 (129 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Thomas L Dufalla, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, January 25, 2000: US06017330 (95 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Thomas L Dufalla, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, James R Stevenson, Henry E Bartony Jr, January 10, 2006: US06984222 (37 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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Arthur E Uber III, Edward J Rhinehart, Rosemary Almon Martin, David M Griffiths, Alan D Hirschman, Francis J Sciulli, Walter Grumski, Vera Pagano, Karen Zelenski: Data communication and control for medical imaging systems. Medrad, Henry E Bartony Jr, Gregory L Bradley, May 28, 2002: US06397098 (158 worldwide citation)

A system for producing a contrast-enhanced medical image of a patient includes a source of a contrast or enhancement medium, a pressurizing unit in fluid connection with the source of contrast or enhancement medium, an energy source operable to apply energy to a region of the patient, an imaging uni ...


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Michael F Emig, Klaus Urich, Frederick Trombley III, Joseph B Havrilla, Edward J Rhinehart, Gerald W Callan: Fluid delivery systems, injector systems and methods of fluid delivery. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, October 29, 2002: US06471674 (151 worldwide citation)

A fluid delivery system for delivery of an injection fluid to a patient generally includes a pump system to pressurize the injection fluid, a patient interface in removable fluid connection with the pump system, and a connector in fluid connection between the pump system and the patient interface. T ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Front-loading medical injector and syringes, syringe interfaces, syringe adapters and syringe plungers for use therewith. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, November 25, 2003: US06652489 (128 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of an injector, syringe, syringe interface, and piston/plunger assembly for an injector (of contrast medium, for example) are described. Preferably, the syringe is adapted to engage a syringe interface mechanism such that the syringe may be connected to an injector without regard to any ...


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Edward J Rhinehart, Michael A Spohn: Endorectal probe with planar moveable MRI coil. Medrad, Keck Mahin & Cate, November 22, 1994: US05365928 (123 worldwide citation)

An insertable intracavity probe for use in magnetic resonance imaging of an area of interest in a relatively inaccessible region of the body is disclosed. The probe has an internal pickup coil carried at the distal end of a shaft for rectal insertion of the coil and an inflatable anti-migration cuff ...


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Herbert Y Kressel, Edward J Rhinehart, Mitchell Schnall, Robert E Lenkinski, Yutaka Imai: Externally moveable intracavity probe for MRI imaging and spectroscopy. Medrad, The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Keck Mahin & Cate, May 3, 1994: US05307814 (116 worldwide citation)

An insertable intracavity probe for use in magnetic resonance imaging of an area of interest in a body cavity particularly the colon, has an elongate shaft with a handle at its proximal end and an inflatable balloon structure at its distal end. The balloon structure has an outer balloon containing a ...


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Frederick W Trombley III, Arthur E Uber III, Edward J Rhinehart, Rosemary Almon Martin, Alan D Hirschman: Agitation devices and dispensing systems incorporating such agitation devices. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, June 10, 2003: US06575930 (105 worldwide citation)

A system for dispensing a medium includes at least a first container to hold the medium, a pressurizing device, such as a pump, in fluid connection with the container for pressurizing the medium, and an agitation mechanism or device to maintain the components of the medium in a mixed state. The cont ...