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Eric W Brown, Henry T Tai: Infusion pump. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, May 19, 1987: US04666430 (163 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump is disclosed in which a canister of compressed gas is regulated to provide a continuous source of pressure to one or more compressible fluid sources. Valves on the outlets of the sources prevent fluid from escaping except when the valves are opened. The valves are opened by solenoid ...


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Eric W Brown, Henry T Tai, Robert M Asher: Multilumen catheter set. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, April 8, 1986: US04581012 (113 worldwide citation)

A subcutaneously tunneled catheter set is disclosed in which a first multilumen catheter is connected to a second reinforced multilumen catheter. A tissue cuff is located near the connection between the two catheter tubes. The disclosure includes a multilumen connector made from a housing that provi ...


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Eric W Brown, Henry T Tai: Multilumen catheter set. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, October 20, 1987: US04701159 (107 worldwide citation)

A subcutaneous catheter set is disclosed in which a multilumen catheter tube has a tissue cuff connected about its outer circumference. A lock adapter has a plurality of conduits in communication with the lumens of the multilumen catheter tube. A complementary lock adapter is connected to either ano ...


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Eric W Brown, Henry T Tai: Apparatus and method for administering multiple fluid infusions. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, August 5, 1986: US04604093 (89 worldwide citation)

A valve is disclosed which includes a hollow cylindrical housing having a plurality of input sites and a rotary core member having an output pasageway. The input sites which are not in communication with the output passageway are sealed. The valve may also include a primary input site connected to a ...


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Henry T Tai, Eric W Brown: Method for sequential intravenous infusion of multiple fluids. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, August 18, 1987: US04687475 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of sequential intravenous infusion of a plurality of fluid solutions is disclosed in which a spacer solution is administered alternately with the fluid solutions to prevent the fluid solutions from substantially mixing with one another.