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Jeffrey M Silverman, Bradley S Silverman: Infusion stand. December 1, 2009: US07624953 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an infusion stand for supporting an articles such as an IV bag. In one embodiment, the infusion stand comprises a gas spring engaged with a moveable base assembly. The infusion stand further comprises a foot pedal assembly mounted to the base assembly that is ada ...


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Alfred P Rossini, Leonard Halio, Jeffrey M Silverman, David Maloney, David Leiter, Thomas Bagley: Mobile cart base with traction wheel. Jaco, Mirick O Connell DeMallie & Lougee, October 29, 2013: US08567798 (3 worldwide citation)

A multi-wheeled base for a mobile cart includes one or more swiveling, optionally locking, caster wheels and one or more non-swiveling traction wheels to improve the maneuverability of the cart by making it easier to steer and stop. The traction wheels may be manually-engaged traction wheels, which ...


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Alfred P Rossini, Jeffrey M Silverman: Single-Post, Height Adjustable Cart. Mirick O Connell Demallie & Lougee, October 16, 2008: US20080252045-A1

Provided is a roller set assembly system of a height adjustable, single-post for use with a cart comprising a base section; an upper, adjustable-height workspace; and an intermediate section connecting the base section and the upper working section. The length of the post is adapted for manual adjus ...


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Jeffrey M Silverman, Bradley S Silverman: Infusion stand. Steven N Fox Esq, September 27, 2007: US20070221796-A1

The present invention is directed to an infusion stand for supporting an articles such as an IV bag. In one embodiment, the infusion stand comprises a gas spring engaged with a moveable base assembly. The infusion stand further comprises a foot pedal assembly mounted to the base assembly that is ada ...


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Alfred P Rossini, Jeffrey M Silverman, Thomas Bagley: Mobile Cart Base with Traction Wheel. Jaco, October 4, 2012: US20120248719-A1

A multi-wheeled base for a mobile cart includes one or more swiveling, optionally locking, caster wheels and one or more non-swiveling traction wheels to improve the maneuverability of the cart by making it easier to steer and stop. The traction wheels may be manually-engaged traction wheels, which ...