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Anthony S. McCoppin
William J Nolan Jr, Michael A Spohn, John Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, Frank A Lazzaro, Robert J Ashcraft Jr, James Albert Dedig, Christopher J Blue, David H Berry: Syringe adapters for use with an injector. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, April 6, 2004: US06716195 (82 worldwide citation)

An adapter for releasably attaching a syringe to an injector includes a first section and a second section connected about a hinge axis that is generally perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the adapter. The first section and the second section are rotatable about the hinge axis between an open p ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
William J Nolan Jr, Michael A Spohn, John A Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, Frank A Lazzaro, Robert J Ashcraft Jr, James Albert Dedig, Christopher J Blue, David H Berry: Injector systems and syringe adapters for use therewith. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony Jr, June 1, 2004: US06743205 (71 worldwide citation)

An adapter includes a syringe carrier adapted to seat at least a portion of the syringe. The syringe carrier includes at least one rearward facing abutment member to abut at least one forward facing surface on a syringe. The syringe carrier includes an opening therein to allow a drive member of an i ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
William J Nolan, Michael A Spohn, John Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, Frank A Lazzaro, Robert J Ashcraft, James Albert Dedig, Christopher J Blue, David H Berry: Injector systems and syringe adapters for use therewith. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, August 2, 2001: US20010011163-A1

An adapter includes a syringe carrier adapted to seat at least a portion of the syringe. The syringe carrier includes at least one rearward facing abutment member to abut at least one forward facing surface on a syringe. The syringe carrier includes an opening therein to allow a drive member of an i ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
William J Nolan, Michael A Spohn, John Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, Frank A Lazzaro, Robert J Ashcraft, James Albert Dedig, Christopher J Blue, David H Berry: Injector systems and syringe adapters for use therewith. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, September 20, 2001: US20010023336-A1

An adapter includes a syringe carrier adapted to seat at least a portion of the syringe. The syringe carrier includes at least one rearward facing abutment member to abut at least one forward facing surface on a syringe. The syringe carrier includes an opening therein to allow a drive member of an i ...


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Francis J Sciulli, David M Griffiths, William J Nolan Jr, Richard G Critchlow, Salvatore J Dedola, Michael A Spohn, Frank A Lazzaro, Thomas P Joyce, John R Gardner: Injectors, injector systems and injector control. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Henry E Bartony, January 6, 2004: US06673033 (138 worldwide citation)

An injector for use in injecting a fluid in a medical injection procedure includes a drive mechanism to pressurize the fluid; a sensor to measure a variable that is proportional to fluid pressure (that is, a direct or indirect measurement of fluid pressure); and a pressure monitor (for example, incl ...


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William J Nolan Jr, Kevin P Cowan, Alan D Hirschman, David M Reilly, Frederick W Trombley III, David M Griffiths: Fluid pressure measurement devices. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, September 15, 1998: US05808203 (107 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides pressure measuring devices comprising a sensor to detect the force upon at least a portion of a contact surface of a syringe plunger during pressurization of a fluid medium within the syringe. A determination of the pressure of the fluid medium within the syringe is th ...


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Michael A Spohn, Joelle A Rudnick, Thomas P Joyce, Adam J Hahn, Michael J Masters, William J Nolan Jr, Joseph B Havrilla: Injector system for encoding and sensing of syringe information. Medrad, Jill Denesvich, May 14, 2013: US08439876 (5 worldwide citation)

Injector systems including a syringe for use with a powered injector having a drive membre to inject a fluid into a patient having a first indicator positioned on the syringe at a predetermined position are described. The position of the first indicator may be associated with information about the s ...


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Michael A Spohn, Joelle A Rudnick, Thomas P Joyce, Adam J Hahn, Michael J Masters, William J Nolan, Jason A Zaperach, Joseph B Havrilla: Injector system for encoding and sensing of syringe information. Bayer HealthCare, David Schramm, Joseph L Kent, James R Stevenson, April 19, 2016: US09314565

Injector systems which include a syringe and a powered injector to inject a fluid into a patient are described. The powered injector includes a drive member, an energy source, at least one sensor for detecting energy from the energy source, and at least one contact member axially movable in the inje ...


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Michael A Spohn, Joelle A Rudnick, Thomas P Joyce, Adam J Hahn, Michael J Masters, William J Nolan, Jason A Zaperach, Joseph B Havrilla: Encoding and sensing of syringe information. Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, April 3, 2003: US20030065287-A1

A syringe for use with a powered injector to inject a fluid into a patient includes at least a first indicator positioned on the syringe at a predetermined axial position. The distance between a rearward surface of the first indicator and a predetermined position on the powered injector provides inf ...



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