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Balazs I Bodai, Michael D Grandon, Scott J Gilbert, Douglas J Littlejohn, Kyle E Lemons, Richard L Fellows, Michael R Barry, Michael D Delapp: Portable blood chemistry measuring apparatus. Biologix, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, May 29, 1990: US04929426 (160 worldwide citation)

A portable apparatus for measuring the electrochemical characteristics of a sample is disclosed. A disposable cartridge, including a plurality of interconnected flow chambers, houses a printed circuit board substrate upon which reference and indicating electrodes are formed. The electrodes are emplo ...


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John R Peery, Scott J Gilbert, James E Brown: Osmotic implant with membrane and membrane retention means. ALZA Corporation, January 16, 2007: US07163688 (41 worldwide citation)

An osmotic delivery system for controlled delivery of a beneficial agent includes an implantable capsule containing a beneficial agent and an osmotic engine that swells on contact with water, thereby causing the release of the beneficial agent over time. The osmotic delivery system has a membrane ma ...


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Pedro E De La Sema, Scott J Gilbert: Pneumatic powered autoinjector. Johnson and Johnson Vision Care, Todd Volyn, February 2, 2010: US07654983 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a pneumatic injector that includes a pressurized gas source, an actuator, a driver, and a dispenser. The dispenser of the injector includes a reservoir for containing a desired amount of a chosen medicament and a needle, such as a hypodermic needle, suitable for subcut ...


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Pedro E De La Serna, Scott J Gilbert: Collapsible syringe cartridge. ALZA Corporation, Angela N Nwaneri, March 14, 2006: US07011649 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a syringe cartridge that is sufficiently robust to be used in autoinjectors that generate injection forces sufficient to deliver viscous medicaments. The syringe cartridge of the present invention includes a syringe, a bias mechanism, and a casing. The casing of the sy ...


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Scott J Gilbert: Method for making a needle-free jet injection drug delivery device. Alza Corporation, November 26, 2013: US08591457 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for making a jet injection drug delivery device wherein the drug delivery device has at least one drug reservoir and at least one injection nozzle includes the steps of: identifying a drug desired to be delivered; identifying a volume of the drug desired to be delivered; establishing a rese ...


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Scott J Gilbert: Method for delivering drugs to tissue under microjet propulsion. Alza Corporation, April 7, 2015: US08998881

A method for delivering a drug into tissue includes the steps of: providing a drug delivery device having at least one nozzle and a drug contained in a portion of the device; identifying a site for delivery of the drug in or on tissue; placing a portion of the device on or near the site; and deliver ...


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John R Peery, Scott J Gilbert, James E Brown: Osmotic implant with membrane and membrane retention means. Trask Britt, April 19, 2007: US20070087058-A1

An osmotic delivery system for controlled delivery of a beneficial agent includes an implantable capsule containing a beneficial agent and an osmotic engine that swells on contact with water, thereby causing the release of the beneficial agent over time. The osmotic delivery system has a membrane ma ...


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Scott J Gilbert: Method for making a needle-free jet injection drug delivery device. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, March 8, 2007: US20070052139-A1

A method for making a jet injection drug delivery device wherein the drug delivery device has at least one drug reservoir and at least one injection nozzle includes the steps of: identifying a drug desired to be delivered; identifying a volume of the drug desired to be delivered; establishing a rese ...


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Scott J Gilbert: Drug delivery device for buccal and aural applications and other areas of the body difficult to access. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, March 8, 2007: US20070055199-A1

A device for delivering a drug includes a delivery tube wherein the delivery tube has a pressure chamber therein and at least one nozzle at a distal end of the delivery tube and in fluid communication with the pressure chamber. A source of drug is adjacent the at least one nozzle and a handle is loc ...