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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Infusion system having plural fluid input ports and at least one patient output port. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, September 29, 1987: US04696671 (266 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Remotely programmable infusion system. Abbott Laboratories, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, March 31, 1992: US05100380 (241 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Cassette for programable multiple input infusion system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, September 12, 1989: US04865584 (151 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniya: Pressure responsive multiple input infusion system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, May 9, 1989: US04828545 (131 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniva: Infusion system having plural fluid input ports and at least one patient output port. Abbott Laboratories, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, November 7, 1995: US05464392 (101 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Greg A Johnson, James A Magovern, Eric LaWhite, Wayne P Griffin: Stop mechanism and method therefor. Cardiac Assist Technologies, Ansel M Schwartz, June 27, 2000: US06080185 (79 worldwide citation)

A system for closing together a first side of a sternum and a second side of the sternum of a patient. The system includes a first grommet to be disposed in the first side. The system includes a second grommet adapted to be disposed in the second side. The system includes a mechanism for placing a g ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniva: Pressure responsive multiple input infusion system. Abbott Laboratories, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, April 28, 1992: US05108367 (78 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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Paul Epstein, Harry Petschek, Eric LaWhite, Clair Strohl, Henry Coyne, Edward Kaleskas, George Adaniva: Infusion system having plural fluid flow lines. Abbott Laboratories, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, April 19, 1994: US05304126 (69 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for administering multiple infusates at individually programmable rates, volumes, and sequences in any order from any one or more of plural fluid input ports through a patient output port and into the circulatory system of a patient. Infusates may be either continuously or time se ...


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David G Tweed, Eric LaWhite: Tocodynamometer. Brattle Instrument Corporation, March 23, 1976: US03945373 (15 worldwide citation)

A tocodynamometer for providing an electrical output related to body surface displacement of a patient, comprising, a housing, a patient contacting member, a support assembly mounting the member for controlled movement relative to the housing in response to the displacement, and an electro-optical t ...


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Eric Lawhite, David B Vafiades, Arthur J Loud: Cam actuator assembly for a programmable infusion system. Omni Flow, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, June 28, 1988: US04753270 (5 worldwide citation)

A single stacked cam bearing surface is used to actuate several cam followers in such manner that the cam bearing surface can move past one or more cam followers without actuation thereof but can be caused to stop at and actuate any desired cam follower. A stacked disc cam bearing surface of the imp ...