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Martyn S Abbott: Infusion pump with disposable cassette. Quest Medical, Roger C Clapp, April 14, 1987: US04657490 (236 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump incorporates a cassette formed by bonding of two substantially flat sheets. The fluid to be infused to the patient comes into contact only with the cassette. The cassette includes first and second flexible sheets which define a pumping chamber therebetween. The infusion pump is prov ...


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Martyn S Abbott, Thomas C Thompson, Kenneth A Jones, Albert M Davis, Andrew P Mattson: Cardioplegia delivery system. Quest Medical, Ross Howison Clapp & Korn, January 31, 1995: US05385540 (149 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia system for delivering cardioplegic solution to the heart during open heart surgery in cooperation with an extracorporeal blood circuit employing a heart/lung machine, includes a conduit diverting a portion of the blood flow from the heart/lung machine to a cardioplegia delivery line. ...


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Martyn S Abbott: Infusion pump with direct pressure sensing. Quest Medical, Richards Harris Medlock & Andrews, June 20, 1989: US04840542 (105 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump incorporates a cassette formed by bonding of two substantially flat sheets. The fluid to be infused to the patient comes into contact only with the cassette. The cassette includes first and second flexible sheets which define a pumping chamber therebetween. The infusion pump is prov ...


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Thomas C Thompson, Martyn S Abbott, Robert L Easley: Flow fault sensing system. Quest Medical, Richards Harris & Medlock, February 14, 1984: US04431425 (51 worldwide citation)

A system for sensing flow faults in a membrane system for intravenous fluid introduction is provided. A scanner is pulsed to generate reflected energy signals representative of the position of a membrane within a chamber. The scanner is pulsed both before and after the membrane is commanded to move ...


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Martyn S Abbott: Method and apparatus for detecting leaking valves in a volumetric infusion device. Quest Medical, Roger Clapp, July 22, 1986: US04602249 (30 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for detecting leaking valves in a volumetric fluid delivery system. The system employs a volumetric chamber divided into two compartments by a moveable membrane, with each compartment having a valved inlet and a valved outlet. In the system, fluid is delivered in discrete incr ...


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Thomas C Thompson, Martyn S Abbott, Gary L Byars, Garnet E Dupuis, Vladimir P Tepin: Non-invasive neuro stimulation system. HTK ENTERPRISES, Edwin S Flores, Daniel J Chalker, Chalker Flores, April 25, 2017: US09630003

A device (10, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90) is used to apply an electric pulse or spike to a patient to treat the patient. The device can have a series of preset treatments programmed therein. A user can select a treatment from menus displayed on a display (100). The impedance of the skin and underlying tissu ...


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Martyn S Abbott, Thomas C Thompson, Kenneth A Jones, Albert M Davis, Andrew P Mattson: Cardioplegia delivery system. Quest Medical, Sidley & Austin, November 9, 1999: USRE036386

A cardioplegia system for delivering cardioplegic solution to the heart during open heart surgery in cooperation with an extracorporeal blood circuit employing a heart/lung machine, includes a conduit diverting a portion of the blood flow from the heart/lung machine to a cardioplegia delivery line. ...


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Thomas C Thompson, Martyn S Abbott, Gary L Byars, Garnet E Dupuis, Vladimir P Tepin: Non-invasive neuro stimulation system. Thompson & Gustavson, December 20, 2007: US20070293917-A1

A device (10, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90) is used to apply an electric pulse or spike to a patient to treat the patient. The device can have a series of preset treatments programmed therein. A user can select a treatment from menus displayed on a display (100). The impedance of the skin and underlying tissu ...


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Thomas C Thompson, Martyn S Abbott, Gary L Byars, Garnet E Dupuis, Vladimir P Tepin: Non-invasive neuro stimulation system. William R Gustavson, Thompson & Gustavson, December 20, 2007: US20070293918-A1

A device (10, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90) is used to apply an electric pulse or spike to a patient to treat the patient. The device can have a series of preset treatments programmed therein. A user can select a treatment from menus displayed on a display (100). The impedance of the skin and underlying tissu ...