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Jamie Glen House: Disposable urinary catheterization assembly. Conley Rose & Tayon, July 18, 2000: US06090075 (62 worldwide citation)

A disposable self-lubricating catheterization assembly for inserting a catheter into the urethra of an individual for the purpose of evacuating the bladder is disclosed. The catheter assembly includes a substantially rigid catheter introducer member for positioning the introducer against the urethra ...


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Jamie Glen House: Devices for handling catheter assembly. Colorado Catheter Company, Moazzam & Associates, October 13, 2009: US07601158 (20 worldwide citation)

A gripping device for a catheter assembly is disclosed providing enhanced gripping power for the operator of the catheter assembly. The gripping device is situated at the proximal portion of the catheter assembly and the proximal terminus of an external catheter sheath is attached near or to the bod ...


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Jamie Glen House: Indwelling urinary catheterization assembly. Colorado Catheter Company, Moazzam & Associates, February 16, 2010: US07662146 (15 worldwide citation)

An indwelling urinary catheter assembly is disclosed having an indwelling catheter and a sheath enclosing an insertable portion of the indwelling catheter.


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Jamie Glen House: Devices for handling catheter assembly. Adapta Medical, Moazzam & Associates, May 10, 2011: US07938838 (15 worldwide citation)

A gripping device for a catheter assembly is disclosed providing enhanced gripping power for the operator of the catheter assembly. The gripping device is situated at the proximal portion of the catheter assembly and the proximal terminus of an external catheter sheath is attached near or to the bod ...


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Jamie Glen House: Catheterization assembly. Adapta Medical, Moazzam & Associates, May 15, 2012: US08177774 (13 worldwide citation)

A disposable hydrophilic catheterization device for inserting a hydrophilic catheter into the urethra of an individual for the purpose of evacuating the bladder is disclosed. The catheter device includes a catheter introducer, a flexible hydrophilic catheter and a flexible thin-walled sheath. The sh ...


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Jamie Glen House: Catheter assembly having protective sheath. Colorado Catheter Company, Moazzam & Associates, April 5, 2011: US07918831 (9 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are disclosed for a catheterization process, particularly useful for self-performed catheterizations. A catheter is enclosed in a sheath made from a gas-permeable material. This sheath maximizes gas permeability to prevent air build-up at the distal end of the sheath, resulting i ...


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Jamie Glen House: Devices and methods for securing catheter assemblies. Adapta Medical, Moazzam & Associates, May 10, 2011: US07938807 (5 worldwide citation)

A connecting device for a catheter assembly is disclosed allowing a user to connect a catheter assembly to an adhesive pad which is then capable of anchoring the catheter assembly to a patient's leg. The connecting device may have an introducer body with an extension body and an attachment mechanism ...


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Jamie Glen House: Urinary catheterization assembly with vented sheath. Adapta Medical, Moazzam & Associates, November 27, 2012: US08317775 (2 worldwide citation)

A urinary catheter assembly is disclosed having a catheter, a sheath enclosing an insertable portion of the catheter, and one or more vents in fluid communication with the lumen of the sheath and an environment outside the sheath.


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Jamie Glen House: Collection devices for catheter assemblies. Adapta Medical, Moazzam & Associates, May 15, 2012: US08177765 (1 worldwide citation)

A collection device for a catheter assembly is disclosed providing for an easier catheterization process and fluid collection with the device capable of being folded from a larger form into a smaller, more mobile form. The collection device may have attached to its top portion a connecting tube capa ...


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Jamie Glen House: Indwelling urinary catheterization assembly. Adapta Medical, Moazzam & Associates, April 9, 2013: US08414562

An indwelling urinary catheter assembly is disclosed having an indwelling catheter and a sheath enclosing an insertable portion of the indwelling catheter.