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Stephen R Ash, Marvin P Loeb: System for demand-based adminstration of insulin. Biotek, September 13, 1983: US04403984 (463 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for demand-based administration of insulin which utilizes a change in a physical property of a patient's body fluid as an indicator that a change in the body fluid glucose level has occurred and that an appropriate amount of insulin should be supplied to the patient. Body fluid ...


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Stephen R Ash, Elsa M Janle Swain: Capillary filtration and collection method for long-term monitoring of blood constituents. Ash Medical Systems, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, October 18, 1988: US04777953 (441 worldwide citation)

A method and device for long term monitoring of the blood level of various blood constituents. The monitoring is accomplished by capillary filtration and collection of an ultrafiltrate of blood. Filtration of the ultrafiltrate occurs through a filter composed of hollow fibers which are implanted wit ...


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Stephen R Ash, Elsa M Janle Swain: Capillary filtration and collection device for long-term monitoring of blood constituents. Ash Medical Systems, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, August 8, 1989: US04854322 (420 worldwide citation)

A method and device for long term monitoring of the blood level of various blood constituents. The monitoring is accomplished by capillary filtration and collection of an ultrafiltrate of blood. Filtration of the ultrafiltrate occurs through a filter composed of hollow fibers which are implanted wit ...


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Stephen R Ash, Elsa M Janle: Interstitial filtration and collection device and method for long-term monitoring of physiological constituents of the body. Ash Medical Systems, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, March 26, 1991: US05002054 (339 worldwide citation)

An implantable filtration and collection device for collecting a filtrate containing a physiological constituent of the body present in an interstitial body space. The device is operable with a negative pressure generating source to withdraw the filtrate from the interstitial body space. The device ...


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Stephen R Ash, Anthony J Madison, Timothy M Schweikert: Splittable multiple catheter assembly and methods of inserting the same. HemoCleanse, Medical Components, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, September 7, 1999: US05947953 (266 worldwide citation)

A multiple lumen catheter assembly and methods for inserting the same are provided. The assembly includes a splittable membrane joining a first catheter and a second catheter for allowing the catheters to be at least partially longitudinally split from each other. Each catheter has at least one lume ...


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Stephen R Ash, Anthony J Madison, Timothy M Schweikert: Splittable multiple catheter assembly and methods for inserting the same. Hemocleanse, Medical Components, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, February 20, 2001: US06190349 (203 worldwide citation)

A multiple lumen catheter assembly and methods for inserting the same are provided. The assembly includes a splittable membrane joining a first catheter and a second catheter for allowing the catheters to be at least partially longitudinally split from each other. Each catheter has at least one lume ...


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Stephen R Ash, Marvin P Loeb: Body cavity access device containing a hormone source. Biotek, September 6, 1983: US04402694 (197 worldwide citation)

A body cavity access device for supplying a hormone to a patient including an implantable housing placed in the body and having an impermeable extracorporeal segment and a semipermeable subcutaneous segment. A hormone source such as live, hormone-producing cells, e.g., pancreatic islet cells is then ...


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Stephen R Ash: Hemofiltration and plasmafiltration devices and methods. Hemocleanse, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, July 6, 1999: US05919369 (185 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are preferred devices and methods which provide extracorporeal treatment of blood or other fluids for effective plasmafiltration or hemofiltration alone or in combination with dialysis. Preferred devices combine plasmafiltration and dialysis devices, and are designed to circulate separate ...


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Stephen R Ash: Dialysis instrument with dialysate side pump for moving body fluids. Ash Medical Systems, Woodard Weikart Emhardt & Naughton, April 28, 1987: US04661246 (184 worldwide citation)

A dialysis instrument having a pump located on the dialysate side of a dialyzer for moving body fluids. A disposable cartridge mounted to a main frame includes containers of calcium chloride, priming solution, water, sorbent column, dialysate reservoir bag and potassium/hydrogen citrate reinfusate r ...


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Stephen R Ash: Hemofiltration and plasmafiltration devices and methods. HemoCleanse, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, July 16, 1996: US05536412 (132 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are preferred devices and methods which provide extracorporeal treatment of blood or other fluids for effective plasmafiltration or hemofiltration alone or in combination with dialysis.