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Kent W Newgard, Mark G Gordon: Self-occluding intravascular cannula assembly. Davis Newgard Revocable Family Living Trust, Stetina and Brunda, October 17, 1989: US04874377 (282 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a self-occluding cannula assembly comprising a cannula sheath having a connector hub formed on one end thereof. A self-actuating occluding means is formed within the cannula assembly so as to prevent back flow of body fluids from the cannula. In the cannulae wherein an introducer needle ...


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Steven C Jepson, Thomas E Dudar, David J Shepherd, Michael Minailo, Brent Noblitt, Mark G Gordon: Pre-slit injection site and tapered cannula. Baxter International, Debra Dahl Condino, Bruce M Canter, August 4, 1992: US05135489 (200 worldwide citation)

A pre-slit injection site (34) includes a housing (40) with a flow path therethrough. A first end (42) of the housing (40) carries a pre-slit septum (52). One form of a blunt cannula (98), usable with the injection site (34), carries a locking member (100). When the pre-slit injection site (34) slid ...


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Kent W Newgard, Mark G Gordon: Self-occluding intravascular cannula assembly. Stetina and Brunda, November 12, 1991: US05064416 (170 worldwide citation)

A self-occluding cannula assembly comprising a generally tubular cannula sheath having a connecting hub formed on one end thereof and including an occluding means positioned within the inner bore of said connecting hub. The occluding means comprises (a) a generally frusto conical dilator projection; ...


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Mark G Gordon: Tissue sampling device. Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, October 27, 1998: US05827305 (127 worldwide citation)

A tissue sampling device for retrieving multiple tissue samples from a body has a catheter and a tissue collector formed proximate the distal end of the catheter. The tissue collector is configured so as to facilitate the removal of a tissue sample from its in-situ anatomical location and so as to c ...


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Mark G Gordon: Whole blood sample needleless sample site. Medex, Wood Herron & Evans, May 23, 1995: US05417673 (103 worldwide citation)

A whole blood sample needleless sample site includes a flow diverter between the ports and below the seal member to divert fluid away from the normal flow path between the ports and up towards the underside of the seal member to thereby flush same.


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Mark G Gordon: Anterior capsulotomy device and procedure. Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, September 23, 1997: US05669923 (102 worldwide citation)

A device for performing an anterior capsulotomy procedure has an elongate tubular member with an opening formed near the distal end thereof. A cutter is movably disposed within the tubular member and has a blade formed thereon. A vacuum port is in fluid communication with the lumen of the tubular me ...


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John A Forthun, Mark G Gordon: Method of assembling a stackable integrated circuit chip. DPAC Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, December 9, 2003: US06660561 (67 worldwide citation)

A stackable integrated circuit chip package comprising a carrier and a flex circuit. The flex circuit itself comprises a flexible substrate having opposed top and bottom surfaces, and a conductive pattern which is disposed on the substrate. The chip package further comprises an integrated circuit ch ...


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Mark G Gordon: Blood sampler device. Stetina and Brunda, June 16, 1987: US04673386 (45 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are disclosed for drawing blood from an injection site through an arterial line connected to a fluid supply. The apparatus includes a variable capacity pump mechanism housing having inner walls defining an interior chamber. The housing includes first and second ports connected t ...


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Mark G Gordon, Charles E Beuchat: Technique for incorporating an electrode within a nozzle. Birtcher Medial Systems, John R Ley, John B Phillips, June 14, 1994: US05320621 (29 worldwide citation)

A clip supports an elongated electrode within a nozzle of an electrosurgical handpiece used in gas electrocoagulation. The clip is preferably formed from a cylindrical tube which has been deformed into a configuration which has a central conduit-like section which engages and supports the electrode ...


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Mark G Gordon: Chip stack with active cooling system. Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, May 22, 2001: US06236565 (26 worldwide citation)

A stackable integrated circuit chip package comprising a carrier and a flex circuit. The flex circuit itself comprises a flexible substrate having opposed top and bottom surfaces, and a conductive pattern which is disposed on the substrate. The substrate is wrapped about and attached to at least a p ...



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