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Robert I Connelly, Charles D Shermer, Kenneth G Powell: Wearable, self-contained drug infusion device. Becton Dickinson and Company, Alan W Fiedler, July 8, 2003: US06589229 (729 worldwide citation)

A wearable, self contained drug infusion device is disclosed that is capable of achieving the precise flow rate control needed for dose-critical drugs such as insulin. In preferred embodiments of the device, piezoelectrically-actuated valve or pump structures are used in combination with thermal flo ...


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Robert I Connelly, Kenneth G Powell: Constant rate fluid delivery device with selectable flow rate and titratable bolus button. Becton Dickinson and Company, Roylance Abrams Berdo and Goodman L, March 9, 2004: US06702779 (274 worldwide citation)

A wearable, self-contained drug infusion device is disclosed that is capable of achieving the precise flow rate control needed for dose-critical drugs such as insulin. In preferred embodiments of the device, at least two flow channels are utilized in conjunction with a series of valves for providing ...


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Burton H Sage, Robert I Connelly: Low-profile automatic injection device with self-emptying reservoir. Becton Dickinson and Company, Donna R Fugit Ph D, September 28, 1999: US05957895 (251 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering a liquid theraputic preparation into the body of a patient by injection into or through the skin of the patient comprises a low-profile housing having a bottom surface adapted to be brought into contact with the skin of the patient. A reservoir is disposed within the housing ...


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Robert I Connelly, Ronald J Pettis: Microdevice and method of delivering or withdrawing a substance through the skin of an animal. Becton Dickinson and Company, Robert E West, Eric M Lee, February 10, 2004: US06689100 (165 worldwide citation)

A device for withdrawing or delivering a substance through the skin of a patient includes a body and a skin penetrating device having a plurality of skin penetrating members, such microneedles. The body includes a bottom surface having a first inner surface area supporting the skin penetrating membe ...


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Burton H Sage, Robert I Connelly: Low-profile automatic injection device with self-emptying reservoir. Becton Dickinson and Company, Donna R Fugit, June 13, 2000: US06074369 (131 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering a liquid therapeutic preparation into the body of a patient by injection into or through the skin of the patient comprises a low-profile housing having a bottom surface adapted to be brought into contact with the skin of the patient. A reservoir is disposed within the housing ...


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Robert I Connelly, Vincent J Sullivan, Charles D Shermer, Anjana Bhuta, Ronald J Pettis: Medicament inhalation delivery devices and methods for using the same. Becton Dickinson and Company, David M Fortunato, Robert E West, Ludomir A Budzyn, April 20, 2004: US06722364 (19 worldwide citation)

A medicament delivery device for administering a medicament to a user includes a medicament reservoir and an entrance port and an exit port each disposed adjacent the reservoir. A gas chamber disposed adjacent the entrance port. The device includes a pressurizing mechanism operable to pressurize sai ...


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Robert I Connelly, Vincent J Sullivan, Charles D Shermer, Anjana Bhuta, Ronald J Pettis: Medicament inhalation delivery devices and methods for using the same. Becton Dickinson and Company, Robert E West, May 9, 2006: US07040316 (15 worldwide citation)

A medicament delivery device for administering a medicament to a user includes a medicament reservoir and an entrance port and an exit port each disposed adjacent the reservoir. A gas chamber disposed adjacent the entrance port. The device includes a pressurizing mechanism operable to pressurize sai ...


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Robert I Connelly, Vincent J Sullivan, Charles D Shermer, Anjana Bhuta, Ronald J Pettis: Medicament inhalation delivery devices and methods for using the same. Becton Dickinson and Company, Robert E West, June 2, 2009: US07540285 (2 worldwide citation)

A medicament delivery device for administering a medicament to a user includes a medicament reservoir and an entrance port and an exit port and a gas chamber disposed adjacent the entrance port. The device includes a pressurizing mechanism to pressurize the gas chamber. The device also contains fran ...


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Robert I Connelly, Vincent J Sullivan, Charles D Shermer, Anjana Bhuta, Ronald J Pettis: Medicament inhalation delivery devices and methods for using the same. Becton Dickinson and Company, Robert E West, June 11, 2013: US08459257

A medicament delivery device for administering a medicament to a user includes a medicament reservoir and an entrance port and an exit port each disposed adjacent the reservoir. A gas chamber disposed adjacent the entrance port. The device includes a pressurizing mechanism operable to pressurize sai ...


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Robert I Connelly, Vincent J Sullivan, Charles D Shermer, Anjana Bhuta, Ronald J Pettis: Medicament inhalation delivery devices and methods for using the same. David W Highet Vp And Chief Ip Counsel, Becton Dickinson And Company, August 26, 2004: US20040163645-A1

A medicament delivery device for administering a medicament to a user includes a medicament reservoir and an entrance port and an exit port each disposed adjacent the reservoir. A gas chamber disposed adjacent the entrance port. The device includes a pressurizing mechanism operable to pressurize sai ...