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J Christopher Flaherty, John T Garibotto: Transcutaneous delivery means. Insulet Corporation, McDermott Will & Emery, March 2, 2004: US06699218 (636 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid to a patient including a passageway having a proximal fluid transport tube, a distal fluid transport tube, and a tubular expansion member coupling the fluid transport tubes. A penetrating member is positioned within the expansion member for axial movement between the fl ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, John T Garibotto: Medical apparatus remote control and method. Insulet Corporation, McDermott Will & Emery, July 27, 2004: US06768425 (560 worldwide citation)

A system for providing medical treatment to a patient, including a medical treatment apparatus and a remote control device. The medical treatment apparatus has a local processor, and a local communication element connected to the local processor, while the remote control device includes a remote pro ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, John T Garibotto: Laminated patient infusion device. Insulet Corporation, McDermott Will & Emery, December 30, 2003: US06669669 (390 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid to a patient including an exit port assembly adapted to connect to a transcutaneous patient access tool, and a dispenser including at least two laminated layers of material defining a passageway connected to the exit port assembly, and an expandable accumulator in fluid ...


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Derek Dwayne Mahoney, John T Garibotto, Kerry Dennis O&apos Mara, Christopher Carter Gregory, John Michael Margicin, J Christopher Flaherty: Dispenser for patient infusion device. Insulet Corporation, McDermott Will & Emery, December 2, 2003: US06656158 (328 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid, such as insulin for example, to a patient. The device includes an exit port assembly, a syringe-like reservoir including a side wall extending towards an outlet connected to the exit port assembly. A threaded lead screw is received in the reservoir and a plunger has an ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, Jason B Whitt, Patrick E Macaulay, David R Tholfsen, John T Garibotto, Philip C Evard, Joshua Makower: Catheters, systems and methods for percutaneous in situ arterio-venous bypass. TransVascular, Robert D Buyan, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, April 8, 2003: US06544230 (314 worldwide citation)

A system of catheter devices and methods for forming channels or passageways between a luminal anatomical structure (e.g., a blood vessel) and a target location (e.g., another blood vessel, an organ, a mass of tissue, etc.) for the purpose of rerouting blood flow or for delivering a substance or ins ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, John T Garibotto, William Gorman, Timothy J Wood, Richard Morgan Moroney III: Flow restriction system and method for patient infusion device. Insulet Corporation, March 28, 2006: US07018360 (287 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid, such as insulin for example, to a patient. The device includes a flow path having an exit port assembly adapted to connect to a transcutaneous patient access tool, and a reservoir connected to the exit port assembly. The device also includes a flow restriction system h ...


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Philip C Evard, Joshua Makower, J C Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason B Whitt, Patrick E Macaulay, John T Garibotto, Alex T Roth: Methods and apparatus for connecting openings formed in adjacent blood vessels or other anatomical structures. Transvascular, Robert D Buyan, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, September 9, 2003: US06616675 (259 worldwide citation)

Anastomotic connectors and apparatus for forming and/or maintaining connections between openings formed in anatomical structures, such as blood vessels. The apparatus is initially deployed in a first configuration which is sufficiently compact to be delivered through the lumen of a catheter or cannu ...


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William Gorman, John T Garibotto, J Christopher Flaherty, John R Bussiere, Gaurav Rohatgi: Dispenser components and methods for patient infusion device. Insulet Corporation, December 5, 2006: US07144384 (239 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid to a patient including an exit port assembly, a reservoir including a side wall extending towards an outlet connected to the exit port assembly, a threaded lead screw received at least partly in the reservoir and longitudinally extending towards the outlet, and a plunge ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, William Gorman, John T Garibotto, John R Bussiere, Matthew D Abelson, David P Chastain: Components and methods for patient infusion device. October 31, 2006: US07128727 (213 worldwide citation)

A transcutaneous access tool includes a first cannula moveable along an axis, a fixed member including an elongated prong extending parallel with the axis, and a deployment member secured to the first cannula and movable along the axis away from the fixed member. The deployment member includes space ...