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Adib G Daoud, C Russell Horres Jr, Howard R Everhart: Apparatus for detecting fluid line occlusion. IVAC Corporation, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, April 7, 1992: US05103211 (93 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for detecting pressure and occlusion in a fluid line is for use with a fluid line being operated upon by a positive displacement, peristaltic pump having several cam follower fingers pressing against the fluid line fluid through the line peristaltically. A sensor follower fin ...


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Russell Horres, John W Moers: Segmented peristaltic pump chamber. Pancretec, Selwyn S Berg, December 17, 1985: US04559040 (55 worldwide citation)

A chamber of a peristaltic pump is described wherein a segment of the stator is removed so that said chamber containing the rotor and resilient tube may be stored with the resilient tube not pinched by the eccentric rotor. When the chamber is to be used, a cap is snapped over the chamber which compl ...


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Amulya L Athayde, Rolf A Faste, C Russell Horres Jr, Thomas P Low: Controlled release osmotic pump. Recordati Corporation, Darby & Darby, September 30, 1997: US05672167 (45 worldwide citation)

A portable osmotic pump, having two pouches (4,3) in pressure-transmitting relationship, the first (4) containing a pumped fluid, such as infusate (5), and the second (3), a driving fluid (36). The driving fluid is created and pressurized by activation of an osmotic pump, and the rate of infusion is ...


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Adib G Daoud, C Russell Horres Jr: Negative pressure measurement system. Ivac Corporation, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, May 8, 1990: US04923444 (21 worldwide citation)

The negative pressure monitor is intended for use in combination with an IV administration set, for monitoring venous, arterial and other physiological pressure signals. The system provides a coupling mechanism with a sealed vacuum chamber between a fluid chamber in communication with the fluid in l ...


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C Russell Horres Jr: Method of determining adhesion of a liquid sample. Becton Dickinson and Company, Elliot M Olstein, January 6, 1987: US04634679 (4 worldwide citation)

Adhesion of a liquid sample is accomplished by drawing same into a capillary tube, followed by forming an immiscible fluid column at each end of the liquid sample in the tube, pulsing the liquid sample between the fluid columns and determining the portion of the liquid sample which adheres to the tu ...


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C Russell Horres Jr: Method of stirring. Becton Dickinson and Company, Elliot M Olstein, July 16, 1985: US04529706

A material is stirred in a container without contact with the container walls by suspending and stirring the material in a vortex generated in a liquid in the container which liquid is immiscible with and has a density greater than the material.