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Kelly B Powers, Jim C Beasley: Reconfirmation of ECG-assisted catheter tip placement. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, August 14, 2018: US10046139 (1 worldwide citation)

A catheter includes a proximal portion designed for residing externally of a patient vasculature and a distal portion having a distal tip designed for placement in a desired position within the patient vasculature. A storage component is embedded in a portion of the catheter, the storage component i ...


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Mark A Christensen, Steven M Smith, Jim C Beasley, Kelly B Powers: Corporeal drainage system. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, March 29, 2016: US09295764 (1 worldwide citation)

A corporeal drainage system and a method of draining fluid from a bodily cavity. The corporeal drainage system includes a connection tube and a fluid receptacle in fluid communication with the connection tube. The fluid receptacle creates a negative pressure in the system by transitioning from a col ...


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Jim C Beasley, Eddie K Burnside, Rodney Scruggs: User interface and methods for sonographic display device. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, January 20, 2015: US08937630 (1 worldwide citation)

A user interface for a sonographic device is disclosed that displays a sonographic image and at least one reference object corresponding to a catheter size. The reference object may be scaled in proportion to the sonographic image. In addition, the user interface may further display a plurality of v ...


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Kelly B Powers, Jim C Beasley, Guy T Rome: Assemblies for identifying a power injectable access port. Bard Peripheral Vascular, Rutan & Tucker, January 22, 2019: US10183157

A method of power injecting a contrast medium into a patient, including obtaining a power-injectable access port suitable for power injection. The power injectable access port includes a housing defining a reservoir, and a septum. The septum may include a self-sealing material, and a radiopaque mate ...


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Jim C Beasley: Resource information key for an insertable medical device. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, October 9, 2018: US10092725

A system by which resource information relating to an insertable medical device, such as an intravascular catheter, can be identified by its source so as to be accessed by a practitioner, caregiver, or patient, is disclosed. In particular, a resource information key is included at a predetermined ke ...


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Jim C Beasley, Jason R Stats, Bret Hamatake, Guy T Rome, Steven A Weir, Kelly B Powers, John G Evans, Dwight Hibdon, Jay D Gerondale: Infusion apparatuses and related methods. Holland & Hart, November 23, 2006: US20060264898-A1

Access ports for providing subcutaneous access to a patient are disclosed. Such access ports may include: at least one structural element configured for resisting deformation of the septum in response to a pressure developed within the reservoir. Further, an access port may be structured for accommo ...


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Jim C Beasley, William R Barron, Eddie K Burnside, Bret Hamatake, Kelly B Powers: Subcutaneous infusion devices. CR Bard, Morrison & Foerster, December 8, 2005: US20050273076-A1

A subcutaneous infusion device, including an infusion set and conduit, the infusion set including a cannula and a hub. The cannula may include a coil component that is helically arranged around a longitudinal axis to define a lumen and a tubing component that is associated with the coil component an ...


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Jim C Beasley, Erik L Ence: Resource information key for an insertable medical device. C R Bard, Stoel Rives Slc, May 8, 2008: US20080108949-A1

A system by which resource information relating to an insertable medical device, such as an intravascular catheter, can be identified by its source so as to be accessed by a practitioner, caregiver, or patient, is disclosed. In particular, a resource information key is included at a predetermined ke ...


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Mark A Christensen, Steven M Smith, Jim C Beasley, Kelly B Powers: Corporeal drainage system. C R Bard, Morrison & Foerster, April 13, 2006: US20060079853-A1

A corporeal drainage system including a fluid receptacle. The fluid receptacle in one embodiment is disposable and may be manipulated to generate a negative fluid pressure. The fluid receptacle in another embodiment is reusable and includes features to enable the insertion of a disposable bag therei ...


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Jim C Beasley, Eddie K Burnside, Jay D Gerondale, Steven J Tallarida: Septum including at least one identifiable feature, access ports including same, and related methods. Holland & Hart, October 5, 2006: US20060224129-A1

A septum for use in access port for providing subcutaneous access to a patient is disclosed. More particularly, a septum including at least one topographical feature configured for identification of the septum is disclosed. An access port including such a septum is also disclosed. In addition, an ac ...