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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Front-loading medical injector and syringes, syringe interfaces, syringe adapters and syringe plungers for use therewith. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, November 25, 2003: US06652489 (121 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of an injector, syringe, syringe interface, and piston/plunger assembly for an injector (of contrast medium, for example) are described. Preferably, the syringe is adapted to engage a syringe interface mechanism such that the syringe may be connected to an injector without regard to any ...


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Douglas M Zatezalo, Jeffrey John Thompson, Steven C Rygg, Scott R Griffith, John Gardner, Ronald J Barbati: Programmable injector control. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Ian K Sanways, November 4, 2003: US06643537 (108 worldwide citation)

A fluid injection arrangement, particularly involving a systematic fluid injection programming capability, in the context of patient imaging systems, in which phases of contrast medium infection and flushing medium injection can be freely and selectably ordered so as to make available to the operato ...


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Doug Zatezalo, Jeffrey John Thompson, Steven C Rygg, Scott R Griffith, John Gardner, Ronald Barbati: Programmable injector control. Medrad, Ian K Samways, George L Bradley, January 15, 2002: US06339718 (90 worldwide citation)

A fluid injection arrangement, in the context of patient imaging systems, in which phases of contrast medium injection and flushing medium injection can be freely and selectably ordered so as to make available to the operator and patient a vast array of possible protocols that has hitherto been esse ...


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Doug Zatezalo, Jeffrey John Thompson, Steven C Rygg, Scott R Griffith, John Gardner, Ronald Barbati: Apparatus and method for programming a KVO phase and a first phase of an injection procedure as a flushing medium phase. Medrad, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, July 18, 2006: US07079886 (1 worldwide citation)

A fluid injection arrangement in the context of patient imaging systems, in which phases of contrast medium injection and flushing medium injection can be freely and selectably ordered as to make available to the operator and patient a vast array of possible protocols that has hitherto been essentia ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Syringe adapter for use with a medical injector and method for adapting an injector. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, July 8, 2004: US20040133153-A1

A syringe adapter for an injector and a method of adapting an injector to accept a syringe are provided. The syringe adapter preferably includes a rear mounting member adapted to engage a syringe retaining mechanism associated with the injector and a front mounting member adapted to engage a corresp ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Method of preparing for a fluid injection procedure using a medical injector and a syringe. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, July 8, 2004: US20040133183-A1

A method of preparing for an injection procedure preferably includes: mounting a syringe comprising a distal end and a plunger on an injector comprising a piston; sensing that the syringe is mounted on the injector; advancing the piston of the injector to engage the plunger of the syringe and to adv ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Front-loading syringe adapted to releasably engage a medical injector regardless of the orientation of the syringe with respect to the injector. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, July 8, 2004: US20040133161-A1

A syringe for use with an injector includes a body having a rear end and a front end, a plunger movably disposed within the body, an attachment member associated with the body and adapted to releasably engage a syringe retaining mechanism of the injector regardless of the orientation of the syringe ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Front-loading medical injector adapted to releasably engage a syringe regardless of the orientation of the syringe with respect to the injector. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, July 8, 2004: US20040133162-A1

An injector for injecting fluid from a syringe mounted thereon includes a housing, a drive member at least partially disposed within the housing and operable to engage a plunger of the syringe, and a syringe retaining mechanism associated with the housing. The syringe retaining mechanism is adapted ...


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Douglas M Zatezalo, Jeffrey John Thompson, Steven C Rygg, Scott R Griffith, John Gardner, Ronald J Barbati: Fluid injection system providing visual stimuli. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, July 22, 2004: US20040143185-A1

A fluid injection system includes an injector comprising a drive mechanism and an illumination device, a fluid container operably associated with the drive mechanism, and a control device operably associated with the drive mechanism. The control device comprises a computer screen having at least one ...


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Mark Trocki, Mark W Hitchins, Kevin P Cowan, James A Dedig, Francis J Sciulli, Steven C Rygg, Larry J Fuchs, Edward J Rhinehart, Robert D Parks: Front-loading injector system including a syringe and an injector having a drive piston adapted to connectively engage the syringe plunger. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, June 17, 2004: US20040116861-A1

An injector system includes an injector and a syringe. The syringe preferably includes a body having a forward end and a rearward end, and a plunger movably disposed in the body. The injector preferably includes a housing and a piston movably disposed at least partially within the housing. The pisto ...



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