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Ralph Kulin, Jack W Moncrief, Robert P Popovich, Ronald C Stauber: Antimicrobial ultraviolet irradiation of connector for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, Thomas R Schuman, Garrettson Ellis, November 1, 1983: US04412834 (51 worldwide citation)

A connector valve for selectively permitting the transfer of fluids therethrough is described. Multiple-way valve means communicates with a plurality of conduits and selectively permits and prevents flow between the conduits. The multiple-way valve means comprises outer walls made of a substantially ...


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Ralph Kulin, Daniel B Granzow, Brant R Danielsen: Device for providing antibacterial radiation. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Garrettson Ellis, Paul C Flattery, John Kirby, February 19, 1985: US04500788 (32 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for automatically connecting and disconnecting a pair of connectors includes first and second relatively movable means to carry the connectors and to move them back and forth between connected and disconnected positions. Rack and gear means may be used having a variable mechanical advantag ...


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Ralph Kulin, Jack W Moncrief, Robert P Popovich, Ronald C Stauber: Antimicrobial ultraviolet irradiation of connector for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Garrettson Ellis, Paul C Flattery, John Kirby, March 5, 1985: US04503333 (31 worldwide citation)

A connector valve for selectively permitting the transfer of fluids therethrough is described. Multiple-way valve means communicates with a plurality of conduits and selectively permits and prevents flow between the conduits. The multiple-way valve means comprises outer walls made of a substantially ...


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Ralph Kulin, Ronald C Stauber: Solution container hanger. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, George H Gerstman, October 20, 1981: US04295619 (15 worldwide citation)

A solution container hanger for use in infusion or drain of a solution from a patient, foldable for storage or transportation. The hanger comprises two basic parts: a first member and a second member rotationally affixed to the first member to enable the hanger to be placed in an infusion, drain, or ...