Urquhart John: Novel drug delivery device for administering drug into blood circulation in blood vessel. Alza Corporation, March 19, 1974: US3797485 (85 worldwide citation)

A novel drug delivery device for administering a drug into the blood circulation comprising a means for positioning a drug supply on the adventitial surface of an intact blood vessel for diffusing the drug into the blood in the blood vessel.

Urquhart John: Interactive drug dispenser.. Aprex, February 1, 1989: EP0301672-A2 (13 worldwide citation)

An interactive drug dispenser which actively controls the pattern in which doses of one or more pharmaceutical preparations are administered to a patient. The dispenser is programmed with information concerning an initial dosing regimen, and monitors deviations from that regimen. The dispenser is ad ...

Theeuwes Felix, Urquhart John: Parenteral delivery system. Alza, April 27, 1983: GB2107191-A (9 worldwide citation)

In a parenteral delivery system comprising a fluid container (11) attached to a conduit (20) including a drip chamber 18, a formulation chamber (25) containing a formulation to be added to the fluid supply debouches into the conduit downstream of the drip chamber.

Urquhart John, Libicki Shari: Delayed percutaneous delivery.. Alza, December 16, 1987: EP0249475-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering therapeutic agent to a biological environment by diffusion has at least two members (10,20), one (20) of which contains the agent to be delivered, and the other (10), delay member, being substantially devoid of agent. The members are combined just prior to installation, where ...

Theeuwes Felix, Urquhart John: Dispositif pour administrer un agent therapeutique par voie parenterale. Alza, February 4, 1983: FR2510413-A1 (4 worldwide citation)


Bieck Peter Prof Dr, Fara John William Dr, Shaw Jane Elizabeth Dr, Urquhart John Dr: Utilisation of anticholinergic substances.. Alza, May 19, 1982: EP0052074-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

Anticholinergic drugs in the form of parenteral therapeutic systems which release these drugs continuously are used for the treatment of hyperacidity and peptic ulcers. The anticholinergic drug may be utropine, homatropine, scopolamine, benzatropine, etybenzatropine, oxyphencyclimine, glycopyrrolate ...

Urquhart John Dr: Method and device for the surveillance and/or control and/or recording and/or registration of the intake of pharmaceutical preparations.. Urquhart John, May 31, 1989: EP0317893-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

The novel method (device) is intended to provide accurate information as to whether products have in fact been taken by patients or not. At least one magnetic active substance is added to each of the products administered, which substance is capable of reacting to an external magnetic field generate ...

Urquhart John, Theeuwes Felix: Systeme pour administration parenterale dun agent benefique, System for parenteral delivery of a beneficial agent. Alza Corporation, SMART & BIGGAR, September 4, 1984: CA1173795 (2 worldwide citation)

ARC 319/801 ABSTRACT A parenteral delivery system and a formulationchamber are disclosed for administering a beneficial agent. The parenteral delivery system comprises a drip chamber anda formulation chamber. The formulation chamber comprisesa wall surrounding an internal space and it has an inletfo ...

Mayer Steven Lloyd, Urquhart John, Metry Jean Michel, Vrijens Bernard: System and method for managing a patient treatment program. Abbott Laboratories, KATZ Martin L, October 9, 2003: WO/2003/082096 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system and method for managing a patient treatment program including a prescribed dosing regimen. The system and method develops and/or makes use of a pharmacokinetic model and a pharmacodynamic model and the monitored adherence of the patient to determine if and w ...

Urquhart John: Security viewing device. Urquhart John, February 21, 1990: GB2221945-A (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a viewing device for a door which is mounted in an eye-level aperture in the door. The device comprises a frame (2, 8) in which are mounted two movable panels (14, 18). The first, outer, panel is a one-way mirror and the second, inside panel (18) is opaque. The occupant of a ...