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Anthony S. McCoppin
Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Mark W Hitchins, Anthony S McCoppin: Syringes, syringe plungers and injector systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, September 7, 1999: US05947935 (175 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a connection mechanism adapted to make a releasable connection between a syringe plunger and a drive member of an injector. The drive member is preferably movable in a generally reciprocal linear manner to control movement of the plunger within the syringe. The connect ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gretchen Platt Stubenvoll, Gregory L Bradley, February 23, 1999: US05873861 (117 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Thomas L Dufalla, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, January 25, 2000: US06017330 (89 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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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
Mark W Hitchins, Edward J Rhinehart, David M Reilly, Anthony S McCoppin, Thomas L Dufalla, Robert J Masarik: Plunger systems. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, James R Stevenson, Henry E Bartony Jr, January 10, 2006: US06984222 (36 worldwide citation)

The plunger systems for use in an injector-actuated syringe of the present invention include a dynamic wedge seal which improves the sealing engagement between the plunger cover and syringe barrel, and flexible capture members extending from the rear surface of the plunger which permit the engagemen ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Michael A Spohn, John A Haury, James Albert Dedig, Susan Lynn Felix, Anthony S McCoppin, Michael J Ehrenberger, James M Gimbel, Jared A Sunday: Fluid delivery system, fluid path set, sterile connector and improved drip chamber and pressure isolation mechanism. Medrad, Gregory Bradley Christopher Schuster, November 3, 2009: US07611503 (28 worldwide citation)

The fluid path set is intended for use in a fluid delivery system. The fluid path set includes a multi-patient use section adapted for connection to a syringe used in the fluid delivery system, and to a source of fluid, such as contrast media, to be loaded into the syringe. The fluid path set furthe ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Michael A Spohn, John A Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, John F Kalafut, Herbert M Grubic, James A Dedig: Fluid Delivery System, Fluid Path Set, and Pressure Isolation Mechanism with Hemodynamic Pressure Dampening Correction. April 21, 2011: US20110092828-A1

The fluid delivery system includes a pressurizing device for delivering injection fluid under pressure, a low pressure fluid delivery system, and a pressure isolation mechanism. The pressure isolation mechanism includes a first lumen associated with the pressurizing device, a second lumen associated ...


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Anthony S. McCoppin
Michael A Spohn, John A Haury, Anthony S McCoppin, John F Kalafut, Herbert M Grubic, James A Dedig: Fluid Delivery System, Fluid Path Set, and Pressure Isolation Mechanism with Hemodynamic Pressure Dampening Correction. Medrad, Gregory L Bradley, Medrad, July 12, 2007: US20070161970-A1

The fluid delivery system includes a pressurizing device for delivering injection fluid under pressure, a low pressure fluid delivery system, and a pressure isolation mechanism. The pressure isolation mechanism includes a first lumen associated with the pressurizing device, a second lumen associated ...



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