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Matthew O Boyle: Ultrasonic angioplasty balloon catheter. Joe W & Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 11, 1997: US05609606 (200 worldwide citation)

An angioplasty balloon catheter particularly adapted for ablation of a stenosis in vivo has a balloon which may be inflated with a conductive contrast fluid injected proximally to the balloon, and is furthermore metalized on the outside of the balloon and catheter shaft. The balloon has piezoelectri ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Blood warmer. Netherlands Health Sciences, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 23, 1992: US05125069 (132 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for changing the temperature of an infusible liquid from a first temperature to a second predetermined temperature. The apparatus includes a receiver assembly for changing the temperature of the liquid. The apparatus also includes a cartridge to be received in the assembly and which define ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Multiple re-entry implantable septum and method of using same. Windsor Medical, Antonelli Terry & Wands, January 6, 1987: US04634424 (97 worldwide citation)

An improved multiple re-entry implantable septum is disclosed. The septum comprises a casing and a resilient member positioned within the casing. The resilient member has a perforation therein which is compressed closed. An outer side of the casing presents a relatively large surface configured to c ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Ultrasonic angioplasty balloon catheter. The Joe W & Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 18, 1997: US05611807 (65 worldwide citation)

An angioplasty balloon catheter particularly adapted for ablation of a stenosis in vivo has a balloon which may be inflated with a conductive contrast fluid injected proximally to the balloon, and is furthermore metalized on the outside of the balloon and catheter shaft. The balloon has piezoelectri ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Apparatus for controlling fluid flow rate. Sta Set, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, April 18, 1989: US04822344 (31 worldwide citation)

A variable infusion device for administering liquids parenterally to a patient is formed of inexpensive plastic members. The device includes an elongated passage defined between two members of the device which are bonded to one another. A third member is movable relative to the first and second memb ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Fluid dispensing device. STA SET Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 17, 1989: US04874386 (28 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing device useful as an inexpensive, light-weight ambulatory disposal drug infusion pump comprises a flexible reservoir for liquid to be administered parenterally to a patient, a mechanism for placing the liquid in the reservoir under a constant pressure for dispensing the liquid from ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Apparatus for controlling fluid flow rate. Sta Set Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, April 17, 1990: US04917687 (18 worldwide citation)

A variable infusion device for administering liquids parenterally to a patient is formed of inexpensive plastic members. The device includes an elongated passage defined between two members of the device which are bonded to one another. A third member is movable relative to the first and second memb ...


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David E Harney, Marilyn J Harney, Matthew O Boyle: Plural cell battery structure. Catalyst Research Corporation, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, September 1, 1981: US04287273 (13 worldwide citation)

A battery structure using a plurality of cells in stacked array wherein each cell comprises an anode having a centrally positioned opening and flange positioned about the periphery of the opening for contact with the periphery of the opening of an adjacent anode. Each cell includes a pelletized depo ...


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Matthew O Boyle: Peristaltic pump having a spiral cam and straight peristaltic tube. Windsor Medical, Antonelli Terry & Wands, October 1, 1985: US04544329 (11 worldwide citation)

An improved peristaltic pump is disclosed which comprises a plurality of peristaltic tubes which extend from a central suction port to a common discharge chamber. A spiral cam engages the tubes and closes the lumens defined thereby. The spiral cam is rotated relative to the tubes to effect pumping.


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Matthew O Boyle: Method of making a member defining a lumen for a peristaltic pump and member produced by said method. Windsor Medical, Antonelli Terry & Wands, January 22, 1985: US04494285 (10 worldwide citation)

A peristaltic pump comprising a housing member containing a member having resilient walls defining a lumen, a shaft is rotatably mounted in the housing and carries a pumping member thereon extending radially of the shaft which acts on the lumen in a plane perpendicular to the axis of the shaft. The ...