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John R Peery, Keith E Dionne, James B Eckenhoff, Felix A Landrau, Scott D Lautenbach, Judy A Magruder, Jeremy C Wright: Sustained delivery of leuprolide using an implantable system. Alza Corporation, Pauline A Clarke, Mary Ann Dillahunty, Steven F Stone, March 17, 1998: US05728396 (288 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a device for delivering an active agent formulation for a predetermined administration period. An impermeable reservoir is divided into a water-swellable agent chamber and an active agent formulation chamber. Fluid from the environment is imbibed through a semipermeable ...


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Judy A Magruder, James B Eckenhoff, Richard Cortese, Jeremy C Wright, John R Peery: Delivery system comprising biocompatible beneficial agent formulation. Alza Corporation, Paul L Sabatine, Edward L Mandell, Steven F Stone, October 22, 1991: US05059423 (180 worldwide citation)

A delivery system is disclosed for delivering a beneficial agent to an animal. The delivery system comprises a wall that surrounds a lumen, said wall comprising a composition that limits the passage of fluid into the system and a composition that permits the passage of fluid into the system. The lum ...


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Judy A Magruder, John R Peery, James B Eckenhoff: Delivery device with a protective sleeve. Alza Corporation, Jacqueline S Larson, Steven F Stone, Edward L Mandell, August 10, 1993: US05234693 (170 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an active agent delivery device. More particularly, the invention relates to a delivery device that includes a sleeve to protect the delivery device from transient mechanical forces. The delivery device of the invention is robust and resistant to transient mechanical forces ...


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Judy A Magruder, John R Peery, James B Eckenhoff: Delivery device with a protective sleeve. Alza Corporation, Jacqueline S Larson, Steven F Stone, Edward L Mandell, August 10, 1993: US05234692 (169 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an active agent delivery device. More particularly, the invention relates to a delivery device that includes a sleeve to protect the delivery device from transient mechanical forces. The delivery device of the invention is robust and resistant to transient mechanical forces ...


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John R Peery, Keith E Dionne, James B Eckenhoff, Felix A Landrau, Scott D Lautenbach, Judy A Magruder, Jeremy C Wright: Sustained delivery of an active agent using an implantable system. Alza Corporation, Pauline Ann Clarke, Steven F Stone, Mary Ann Dillahunty, November 16, 1999: US05985305 (163 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a device for delivering an active agent formulation for a predetermined administration period. An impermeable reservoir is divided into a water-swellable agent chamber and an active agent formulation chamber. Fluid from the environment is imbibed through a semipermeable ...


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John R Peery, Keith E Dionne, James B Eckenhoff, Felix A Landrau, Scott D Lautenbach, Judy A Magruder, Jeremy C Wright: Sustained delivery of an active agent using an implantable system. Alza Corporation, Mary Ann Dillahunty, Pauline Ann Clarke, Steven F Stone, July 17, 2001: US06261584 (134 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a device for delivering an active agent formulation for a predetermined administration period. An impermeable reservoir is divided into a water-swellable agent chamber and an active agent formulation chamber. Fluid from the environment is imbibed through a semipermeable ...


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James B Eckenhoff, John R Peery, Felix A Landrau: Body mounted pump housing and pump assembly employing the same. ALZA Corporation, Steven F Stone, Paul L Sabatine, Edward L Mandell, November 12, 1985: US04552561 (120 worldwide citation)

A self-contained body mounted pump assembly for continuously administering a therapeutic agent parenterally. The pump has a transparent top through which the contents can be seen and outwardly flaring sides to provide for comfort, stability and other useful features. The pump assembly is driven by a ...


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John R Peery, Michael N Gold, Saadia M Schorr, Jack Gorby: Mattress assembly for the prevention and treatment of decubitus ulcers. Lyon & Lyon, July 31, 1990: US04944060 (103 worldwide citation)

A mattress assembly for the treatment and prevention of decubitus ulcers and for the treatment of other conditions of the skin and/or underlying tissue. The assembly includes a base support, mattress core disposed on the support and defining a plurality of discrete, air permeable, hydrophobic air ce ...


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Craig R Davis, John R Peery: Implanter device for subcutaneous implants. Alza Corporation, Steven F Stone, Pauline A Clarke, Cindy A Lynch, February 20, 2001: US06190350 (92 worldwide citation)

An implanter for inserting subcutaneous implants includes a handle for grasping the implanter during implantation, a hollow cannula receiving the implant, and a rod for releasing the implant from the cannula. The rod is longitudinally fixed within the handle while the cannula slides over the rod to ...


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John R Peery, Keith E Dionne, James B Eckenhoff, Felix A Landrau, Scott D Lautenbach, Judy A Magruder, Jeremy C Wright: Sustained delivery of an active agent using an implantable system. Alza Corporation, Pauline A Clarke, Mary Ann Dillahunty, May 28, 2002: US06395292 (91 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a device for delivering an active agent formulation for a predetermined administration period. An impermeable reservoir is divided into a water-swellable agent chamber and an active agent formulation chamber. Fluid from the environment is imbibed through a semipermeable ...