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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery device with bolus injection site. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, July 20, 1999: US05925017 (114 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate or layered construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane which, in cooperation with the base of the apparatus, ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Subdermal delivery device. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, December 2, 1997: US05693018 (94 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate or layered construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane, which, in cooperation with the base of the apparatus, ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew Kriesel, William Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery apparatus and method of making same. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, August 12, 1997: US05656032 (87 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time and the method for making same. The apparatus includes one or more dispensers, of a low profile, laminate or layered construction each having a stored energy source in the form of a distendab ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery apparatus. Science Incorporated, J E Brunton, February 10, 1998: US05716343 (76 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane, which in cooperation with the base of the apparatus defines one ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery device with conformable ullage. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, March 23, 1999: US05885250 (65 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate or layered construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane, which, in cooperation with the base of the apparatus, ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery device. James E Brunton, May 30, 2000: US06068613 (65 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane, which in cooperation with the base of the apparatus defines one ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery device with conformable ullage. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, April 7, 1998: US05735818 (58 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate or layered construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane, which, in cooperation with the base of the apparatus, ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery device with flow indicator and rate control. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, July 13, 1999: US05921962 (56 worldwide citation)

A fluid delivery device for infusing medicinal fluids having a self-contained stored energy membrane for expelling fluids at a precisely controlled rate. The device is of a compact, low profile, laminate construction so that it can conveniently be used for the fluids, such as insulin and the like, i ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery device with bolus injection site. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, July 7, 1998: US05776103 (54 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time. The apparatus is of a low profile, laminate or layered construction having a stored energy source in the form of a distendable membrane, which, in cooperation with the base of the apparatus, ...


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Marshall S Kriesel, Farhad Kazemzadeh, Matthew B Kriesel, William W Feng, Steve C Barber, William J Kluck: Fluid delivery apparatus. Science Incorporated, James E Brunton, May 25, 1999: US05906592 (53 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately infusing fluids into a patient at specific rates over an extended period of time and the method for making same. The apparatus includes one or more dispensers of a low profile, laminate or layered construction each having a stored energy source in the form of a distendabl ...