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Ramesh M Shah, Thomas H Ridgway: Controlled temperature blood warming apparatus. Data Chem, Frost & Jacobs, July 30, 1985: US04532414 (128 worldwide citation)

An in-line fluid warmer for heating parenteral fluids, particularly blood, supplied from a fluid container through a flexible supply conduit. The fluid warmer includes a box-like enclosure containing a heated plate having a sinuously-shaped groove configured to accept and hold a length of the supply ...


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Daniel B Granzow Jr, Robert J Froehlich: Blood warming apparatus. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Henry W Collins, Paul C Flattery, George H Gerstman, September 11, 1979: US04167663 (109 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for warming blood and other parental fluids as they are infused through a disposable flow system includes a pair of heating elements which heat the blood as it passes through a warming bag provided in the flow system. The heating elements are recurringly switched on and off with a duty ...


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Arnold C Bilstad, John T Foley: Blood warming apparatus with digital display and monitoring circuit. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul Flattery, Eugene Cummings, February 2, 1982: US04314143 (66 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for warming blood and other parenteral fluids as they are infused through a disposable flow system includes a pair of heating elements which heat the blood as it passes through a warming bag provided in the flow system. The heating elements are recurringly switched on and off with a dut ...


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Randall Jay Sword, John M Collins, Ronald J Forni, Michael A Reed, Jose Tadeo de Castro: Blood warming apparatus. Baxter International, Jeffrey C Nichols, Mark J Buonaiuto, Francis C Kowalik, April 4, 2000: US06047108 (62 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) for the controlled heating of fluid comprises a general elongated electrically heating core (16) with an exterior surface (36) formed of a material having a high thermal conductivity and frustoconically shaped to slidingly receive an assembly (14) so that the assembly envelops the ...


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Frank E Block Jr: Method of blood-gas interface control in surgical gas traps. Mueller and Smith, December 11, 1990: US04976685 (40 worldwide citation)

Blood is stored under refrigeration at a temperature of about 4.degree. C. When it is utilized on a relatively rapid basis within a surgical theater it is transported by tubing through a blood warming apparatus which, while warming the blood, causes an outgasing of entrained air. This air is trapped ...


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Daniel B Granzow Jr: Method and apparatus for measuring the operating temperature of blood warming apparatus. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Henry W Collins, Paul C Flattery, July 4, 1978: US04098123 (29 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for warming blood and other parental fluids as they are infused through a disposable flow system includes a pair of heating plates which heat the blood as it passes through a warming bag provided in the flow system. One of the heating plates comprises the inside surface of a door pivota ...


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Randall Jay Sword, John M Collins, Jose Tadeo de Castro: Container for use with blood warming apparatus. Baxter International, Jeffrey C Nichols, Francis C Kowalik, Mark J Buonaiuto, December 8, 1998: US05846224 (24 worldwide citation)

A detachable assembly for an apparatus (10) for the controlled heating of fluid is provided. The apparatus (10) has a general elongated heating core (16) with a exterior surface (36) formed of a material having a high thermal conductivity and frustoconically shaped to slidingly receive an assembly ( ...


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Sword Randall Jay, Collins John M, Forni Ronald J, Reed Michael A, de Castro Jose Tadeo: Blood warming apparatus. Baxter Int, October 28, 1998: EP0873147-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) for the controlled heating of fuid is provided. The apparatus (10) has a general longated heating core (16) with an exterior surfac (36) formed of a material having a high thermal cnductivity and frustoconically shaped to slidinglyreceive an assembly (14) so that the assembly enveo ...


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R J Sword, J M Collins, R J Forni: Blood warming apparatus. Baxter International, zhao xin, January 13, 1999: CN97191346

An apparatus (10) for the controlled heating of fluid comprises a general elongated electrically heating core (16) with an exterior surface (36) formed of a material having a high thermal conductivity and frustoconically shaped to slidingly receive an assembly (14) so that the assembly envelops the ...



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