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James E Barrington: Sterilizable, medical connector for blood processing. Abcor, Richard P Crowley, October 19, 1976: US03986508 (301 worldwide citation)

A two-stage, sterilizable connector for use in processing blood, which connector assures sterility when entering a blood bag to add agents required in processing blood, the connector designed to comprise a male and female body element which, in a first extended position, are partially joined, which ...


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James E Barrington, John Sylvanowicz: Atrio-ventricular pacing catheter. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, July 29, 1986: US04602645 (74 worldwide citation)

A cardiac pacing catheter system includes a main guiding catheter and a pair of electrical leads adapted to make direct electrical contact with the ventricle and the atrium of the patient's heart. The main catheter has a pair of lumens which guide and contain the ventricular and atrial leads. Each o ...


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James E Barrington: Selectively controllable inflation-deflation device adapted for use in angioplasty procedures. C R Bard, Morgan & Finnegan, April 26, 1994: US05306248 (56 worldwide citation)

A selectively controllable inflation-deflation device for use with a balloon catheter during angioplasty procedures is disclosed. The device is constructed so that the piston shaft can be 1) locked and then rotatably and incrementally moved within the syringe cylinder to enable controlled pressuriza ...


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James E Barrington: Apparatus for and method of sterilization by the delivery of tubal-occluding polymer. Abcor, Richard P Crowley, July 10, 1979: US04160446 (47 worldwide citation)

A device for the delivery of a tubal-occluding polymer for sterilization of females, which device comprises a plurality of concentric tubes with a two-compartment balloon at the one end thereof.


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James E Barrington, David L Williams, Charles J Hitchcock, Thomas J Mullins: Powder blower device. The United States of America represented by the Department of Health Education and Welfare, Browdy and Neimark, January 22, 1980: US04184258 (32 worldwide citation)

A device for blowing powder onto teeth, the device consisting of a handpiece in the form of a housing connected to a compressed air source and having a discharge nozzle member which can be inserted in a patient's mouth and can be directed towards the patient's teeth. The housing has a powder reservo ...


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James E Barrington: Abcor, Richard P Crowley, May 1, 1979: US04151840 (29 worldwide citation)

A mechanical penile prosthesis designed to be surgically implanted in the penis for the treatment of erectile impotence or as a functional component of a penile replacement prosthesis. The penile prosthesis comprises a pre-stretched, flexible, elastic, tubular component or sheath closed at each end ...


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Elie S Nuwayser, James E Barrington: Abcor, Richard P Crowley, February 12, 1980: US04187839 (23 worldwide citation)

A penile prosthesis adapted for the surgical implantation in the penis for the treatment of erectile impotence is provided, which penile prosthesis comprises an elongated gooseneck-type shell element, for example, composed of a helically wound strip material, the gooseneck-type element stiff in char ...


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James E Barrington: Abcor, Richard P Crowley, May 1, 1979: US04151841 (18 worldwide citation)

A penile prosthesis adapted for surgical implantation in the penis for the treatment of erectile impotence is provided, which penile prothesis comprises a bundle of parallel flexible, plastic, rod-like elements which, due to internal surface friction between the individual rod elements, resist flexu ...


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Kevin P Staid, James J Frassica, Brian G Connor, Derek Bruce Eldridge, Ernie Dion, James E Barrington: Liquid jet surgical instrument. HydroCision Incorporated, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks PC, October 12, 2006: US20060229550-A1

The invention provides a variety of surgical instruments for forming a liquid jet, which are useful for performing a wide variety of surgical procedures. In some embodiments, the invention provides surgical liquid jet instruments having a pressure tube and an evacuation tube, where the pressure tube ...


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James E Barrington, Kevin P Staid, Derek Bruce Eldridge: Liquid jet surgical instrument having a distal end with a selectively controllable shape. HydroCision, Mccarter & English Boston, January 14, 2010: US20100010524-A1

The invention provides a variety of surgical instruments for forming a liquid jet, which are useful for performing a wide variety of surgical procedures. In some embodiments, the invention provides surgical liquid jet instruments having a pressure tube and an evacuation tube, where the pressure tube ...



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