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Peer M Portner, Jal S Jassawalla: Implantable infusion device. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin Flannery & Welsh, November 23, 1982: US04360019 (488 worldwide citation)

An infusion system is disclosed for delivering precisely regulated and variable dosages of drugs. The device includes a reservoir for containing the drug, a catheter for delivering drug to the body, and actuating means responsive to a signal applied externally of the body for initiating delivery of ...


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Peer M Portner, Jal S Jassawalla: Implantable infusion device. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin Flannery & Welsh, May 5, 1981: US04265241 (227 worldwide citation)

Multiple embodiments of an implantable infusion device for delivering precisely regulated dosages of drugs are disclosed, each device including reservoir means for containing the drug, catheter means for delivering the drug to the body and an actuating means which is responsive to a signal applied e ...


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Jal S Jassawalla: Medical infusion system. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin Flannery & Welsh, June 16, 1981: US04273121 (159 worldwide citation)

A medical infusion system is described employing a pump for conducting fluid or semi-solids from an upstream portion to a downstream portion of the system. The pump includes upstream and downstream conduit means and a removable cassette communicating between the two. The cassette has a window therei ...


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Jal S Jassawalla: Medical infusion system. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even & Tabin, April 22, 1980: US04199307 (135 worldwide citation)

A medical infusion system is described employing a pump for conducting fluid or semi-solids from an upstream portion to a downstream portion of the system. The pump includes conduit means defining, in part, a removable cassette having a window therein and a diaphragm spanning the window. The cassett ...


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Peer M Portner, Jal S Jassawalla: Intravenous and intra arterial delivery system. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Luedeka, November 21, 1978: US04126132 (122 worldwide citation)

An intravenous and intra arterial delivery system is described having a disposable cassette actuated by a pump and control electronics for providing positive but variable delivery rates. The cassette is self-priming and provides protection against the delivery of air by being unable to impel air, an ...


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Jal S Jassawalla, Herbert Chen, Ingvar Olaffson: Cassette for intravenous delivery system. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Luedeka, March 6, 1979: US04142524 (104 worldwide citation)

A cassette is described for use in an intravenous delivery system having a pump. The volume of a main chamber defined by the cassette body is varied by a membrane in a wall thereof while unidirectional inlet and outlet valves maintain the direction of fluid flow into and out of the main chamber. A p ...


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Jal S Jassawalla, Herbert Chen, Donald T Shannon: Smooth ventricular assist device conduit. Baxter International, Guy L Baxter Healthcare Corp Cumberbatch, Peter Jon Gluck, December 14, 1999: US06001056 (89 worldwide citation)

A smooth-walled non-crimped inflow conduit for an implantable ventricular assist system. The conduit has an internally smooth lumen surface for enhanced washing of the conduit under irregular blood flow conditions. The conduit includes a tubular graft body that may be formed of a knitted fabric seal ...


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Jal S Jassawalla: Cassette chamber for intravenous delivery system. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Luedeka, February 20, 1979: US04140118 (66 worldwide citation)

A cassette is described for use in an intravenous delivery system having a pump. The volume of a main chamber defined by the cassette body is varied and unidirectional inlet and outlet valves maintain the fluid direction into and out of the main chamber. In the operating position of the cassette, th ...


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Jal S Jassawalla, Herbert Chen: Implantable infusion device. Novacor Medical Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, April 8, 1986: US04581018 (56 worldwide citation)

An improved implantable infusion device for delivering precisely regulated doses of fluid into the body of a patient is disclosed. The device utilizes a resilient non-compliant pump bellows that is directly coupled by a gear train to a motor. The bellows is biased toward the expanded position and th ...


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Jal S Jassawalla, David H LaForge, Phillip J Miller: Implantable ventricular assist device. World Heart Corporation, Coudert Brothers, July 24, 2001: US06264601 (43 worldwide citation)

An implantable ventricular assist device (VAD) has a small size to provide full-implantable capabilities. The VAD has two variable-volume chambers and an actuator for expelling blood from the chambers in sequence and to a common outlet, thus operating as a positive-displacement pump. The variable-vo ...



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