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Michael L Haining: Medical connector with valve. Richard L Moseley, March 28, 1995: US05401245 (126 worldwide citation)

A needleless connector for adding medication to a parenteral fluid is provided. In one embodiment an adapter is provided for securing to a Y connector having a standard puncture pad. The adapter includes a cannula for piercing the pad and a valve that is opened by the attachment of a syringe. In a s ...


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Michael L Haining: Valved medical connector. Richard L Moseley, July 9, 1996: US05533983 (105 worldwide citation)

A needleless connector for adding medication to a parenteral fluid is provided. In one embodiment an adapter is provided for securing to a Y connector having a standard puncture pad. The adapter includes a cannula for piercing the pad and a valve that is opened by the attachment of a syringe. In a s ...


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Michael L Haining: Intravenous catheter and insertion device. Richard L Moseley, January 5, 1993: US05176650 (91 worldwide citation)

To protect against accidental needle prick a catheter and insertion device are provided wherein the needle is retractable within the device after insertion of the catheter. The device comprises a hollow barrel or tube of semi-rigid plastic material into which the needle can be retracted after use. T ...


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Michael L Haining: Retractable hypodermic safety syringe. Richard L Moseley, December 13, 1988: US04790822 (84 worldwide citation)

A disposable hypodermic syringe is provided having a needle carrier that is retractable into the barrel by the plunger after use for anti-pricking protection. Additionally the needle carrier is locked to the plunger to prevent any further use of the syringe. After the needle carrier is locked into t ...


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Michael L Haining: Ocean current power generator. Richard L Moseley, August 8, 1995: US05440176 (79 worldwide citation)

An hydroelectric power plant is disclosed which comprises several combination turbine/generators which are suspended into an ocean current from a submerged tension leg type platform. Each of the turbine/generators are independently positionable horizontally, vertically and azimuthally to take the be ...


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Michael L Haining: Medical connector. Richard L Moseley, July 28, 1998: US05785693 (63 worldwide citation)

A needleless connector for adding medication to a parenteral fluid is provided. In one embodiment an adapter is provided for securing to a Y connector having a standard puncture pad. The adapter includes a cannula for piercing the pad and a valve that is opened by the attachment of a syringe. In a s ...


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Michael L Haining: Disposable scalpel. Richard L Moseley, July 19, 1994: US05330493 (47 worldwide citation)

There is provided a disposable scalpel having a retractable blade. The blade may be secured in any of three positions: 1) an intermediated retracted position for shipping, 2) an exposed position for use and 3) a permanently locked retracted position. A cap is provided to cover the openings on the sc ...


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Michael L Haining: Intravenous catheter and insertion device. Richard L Moseley, May 28, 1991: US05019049 (43 worldwide citation)

To protect against accidental needle prick a catheter and insertion device are provided wherein the needle is retractable within the device after insertion of the catheter. The device comprises a hollow barrel or tube of semi-rigid plastic material into which the needle can be retracted after use. T ...


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Michael L Haining: Simplified retractable needle syringe. Richard L Moseley, August 21, 1990: US04950251 (43 worldwide citation)

A simplified retractable needle hypodermic syringe is provided which includes a barrel having a needle carrier mounted therein with a cannula attached thereto. A slidable plunger is mounted within the barrel which includes a shaft and hub for locking to the carrier. The plunger seal is conveniently ...


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Michael L Haining: Vial adapter. Richard L Moseley, June 18, 1996: US05527306 (39 worldwide citation)

An adapter for a medicinal vial is provided which includes a conical spike on one end for insertion through the rubber puncture pad in the lid of a medicinal vial. The end opposite the spike is provided with a standard male luer connection and pre-slit rubber cover. The male luer connector of a syri ...



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