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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Liquid infusion catheter assembly. Critikon, Donal B Tobin, March 9, 1982: US04318402 (38 worldwide citation)

A liquid infusion catheter assembly comprises a hub and a first hollow catheter connected at its proximal end, and being in fluid communication with, the hub. This catheter has at least one fluid outlet opening. A second hollow catheter, extending from, but being out of fluid communication with, the ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Catheter assembly. August 10, 1993: US05234411 (36 worldwide citation)

The catheter assembly has a shielded unit in which a distal end of a catheter is sealed within a collapsible sheath in a sterile manner. One end of the sheath is secured to a hub which is slidable on the catheter in seal-fit relation and the other end of the sheath is secured to a connector which co ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Disposable ambulatory infusion pump assembly. Francis C Hand, October 18, 1994: US05356379 (36 worldwide citation)

The disposable ambulatory infusion pump assembly includes a line through which there is a restricted flow of fluid from a pump to a T- or Y-Site connector. The flow is sufficient to keep the vein of a patient opened, for example, using a flow rate of 0.5 cubic centimeters per hour. A second line is ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Female incontinent urine collection device. Sherwood Medical Company, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 27, 1990: US04904248 (28 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to both an apparatus and a method for constructing and using an incontinent female urine collection device. A molding of a partly resilient material and having a cup-shape and a stepped bore in said receptacle, is provided. Several attachment configurations to receive and ret ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Dual chamber syringe for collecting samples and blood collecting system. Francis C Hand, July 4, 1995: US05429610 (27 worldwide citation)

The dual chamber syringe is employed for collecting blood samples. The syringe includes a plunger which is connected to a first piston which, in turn, is connected via a string to a second piston. A passageway is formed in the wall of the syringe barrel to communicate the duct at the forward end of ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Intubating device. Chesebrough Pond s, Morgan & Finnegan, January 13, 1987: US04636200 (26 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a new and improved intubating device and more particularly to an intubating device wherein it can be determined that the metal stylet is properly positioned by the aspiration process without removal and subsequent reinsertion of the metal stylet. The intubating device consi ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt, Patricia B Vaillancourt legal representative, Michael J Vaillancourt: Safety needle with collapsible sheath. Francis C Hand, Carella Byrne et al, May 18, 2010: US07717888 (25 worldwide citation)

The Huber needle is drawn into a protective cap and sheath arrangement after use for disposal purposes. The cap is tethered to a housing in which the needle is mounted by the sheath. The sheath is made of a film material that has a high tensile strength and a low percent of elongation, such as polye ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Suction needle providing vent capability. Manresa, Ralph R Roberts, February 9, 1988: US04723955 (24 worldwide citation)

This suction needle device is used to transfer liquids such as cytotoxic drugs from a stoppered container to a syringe. This device has a sharpened needle which is conventionally attached to a hub. A thin-walled tubular sleeve is mounted on the shank of this needle and is disposed in a telescope fas ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Fluid infusion delivery system. Kenyon & Kenyon, October 22, 1991: US05059174 (24 worldwide citation)

The pump of the infusion delivery system delivers fluid at a positive pressure. A restrictor is provided in the line to the IV catheter in order to maintain a flow rate at the catheter outlet in a range of from 0.1 to 5 milliliters per hour. The small amount of fluid infused is sufficient to maintai ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Medicator securing device. Kenyon & Kenyon, January 31, 1989: US04801296 (21 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to a medicator securing device for use in an I.V. administration in which a needle is inserted into a resilient cap member to add drugs and the like to an infusion procedure. This inserted needle is retained in inserted condition and position in this cap by this securing devi ...