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Martyn S Abbott, Thomas C Thompson, Kenneth A Jones, Albert M Davis, Andrew P Mattson: Cardioplegia delivery system. Quest Medical, Ross Howison Clapp & Korn, January 31, 1995: US05385540 (149 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia system for delivering cardioplegic solution to the heart during open heart surgery in cooperation with an extracorporeal blood circuit employing a heart/lung machine, includes a conduit diverting a portion of the blood flow from the heart/lung machine to a cardioplegia delivery line. ...


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Martyn Abbott, Thomas C Thompson: Disposable cassette for cardioplegia delivery system. Quest Medical, John W Ross Clapp Korn & Montgomery L Montgomery, December 31, 1996: US05588816 (130 worldwide citation)

A disposable cassette for a cardioplegia system for delivering cardioplegic solution to the heart during open heart surgery in cooperation with an extracorporeal blood circuit employing a heart/lung machine, includes a conduit diverting a portion of the blood flow from the heart/lung machine to a ca ...


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Edward S Wells, Spencer K Ford, Jack E Werner, Erin J Lindsay: Integrated cardioplegia delivery system. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Jennie G Boeder, January 24, 1984: US04427009 (102 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia system in which cardioplegia medication or a mixture of arterial blood and medication is delivered to the heart of a patient undergoing open heart surgery. A cooling system incorporates flat coils vertically disposed in upright tanks in which the level of cooling liquid is controlled ...


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Walter L Carpenter, Bruce A Amrine: Cardioplegia delivery system. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Jennie G Boeder, November 22, 1983: US04416280 (61 worldwide citation)

A system for achieving cardioplegia, a protective cessation of the heart muscle activity during open heart surgery which includes providing a circulation system in parallel with the main life support system and deriving a blood source from the arterial reservoir of the main life support system, movi ...


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Dennis M Kujawski, Patti L Parrott: Cardioplegia delivery system with improved bubble trap. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Jennie G Boeder, February 4, 1986: US04568330 (50 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia system in which cardioplegia medication or a mixture of arterial blood and medication is delivered to the heart of a patient undergoing open heart surgery, which includes a bubble trap in conjunction with the delivery system. The bubble trap separates bubbles from the cardioplegic sol ...


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Erin J Lindsay, Jeffrey T Snyder: Integrated cardioplegia delivery system. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Jennie G Boeder, February 28, 1984: US04433971 (42 worldwide citation)

A bubble trap for a cardioplegia system in which cardioplegia medication or a mixture of arterial blood and medication is delivered to the heart of a patient undergoing open heart surgery which includes a bubble trap in conjunction with the delivery system which separates air from the arterial flow ...


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Edward S Wells, Spencer K Ford, Jack E Werner, Erin J Lindsay: Integrated cardioplegia delivery system. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Jennie G Boeder, April 23, 1985: US04512163 (39 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia system in which cardioplegia medication or a mixture of arterial blood and medication is delivered to the heart of a patient undergoing open heart surgery. A cooling system incorporates flat coils vertically disposed in upright tanks in which the level of cooling liquid is controlled ...


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David M Fallen, Stuart G Long, Alphonse Martinet: Support device for surgical systems. Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, John Christopher James, Guy L Cumberbatch, October 14, 2003: US06632189 (21 worldwide citation)

A device for supporting and displaying interrelated medical components, such as cardiopulmonary bypass circuit components. The device includes a rigid or flexible chassis having openings therein for receiving the components. A plurality of retainers, such as straps, hooks, or tabs, are provided adja ...


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Gerald D Buckberg, Russell A Heimstaedt, John M Taylor: Cardioplegia delivery system and method for converting from warm cardioplegia to cold cardioplegia. Sorin Biomedical, Popovich & Wiles P A, July 1, 1997: US05643191 (7 worldwide citation)

A cardioplegia delivery system which includes a first delivery unit adapted for connection in a manner allowing delivery of cardioplegia fluid to a patient's heart during surgery. A second delivery unit may be added to the cardioplegia delivery system. The second delivery unit includes a heat exchan ...


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Martin J Weinstein, Kenneth E Buckler: Cardioplegia delivery system. C R Bard, Dennison Meserole Pollack & Scheiner, February 14, 1995: US05388634 (6 worldwide citation)

A holder for a heat exchanger in a cardioplegia delivery system including dual couplers releasably engageable with the inlet and outlet ends of the heat exchanger. A one-way shut-off valve is associated with each coupler and opened to provide communication upon mounting of the heat exchanger. The va ...