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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Catheter insertion assembly. October 9, 1990: US04961729 (203 worldwide citation)

The catheter insertion assembly employs an aperture in the wall of the needle near the distal and to communicate with an annular flashback chamber between the needle and the surrounding catheter or a surrounding dilator. The needle may be hollow throughout for passage of a guide wire or may be plugg ...


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Donald Patterson, Sharon M Huff: Bent obturator. Cook Medical Technologies, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, January 24, 2012: US08100859 (15 worldwide citation)

A catheter-insertion assembly includes a catheter with a proximal end and a distal end, a needle with a proximal end and a beveled distal end forming a sharp distal point, and an obturator with a proximal end and a distal end. The distal end of the obturator includes at least one bend. The bend allo ...


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Jeffrey M Vitullo, Newswanger K Raymond, Eric Lopez: Catheter insertion assembly. Arrow International, Baker & Hostetler, May 15, 2012: US08177753 (13 worldwide citation)

A catheter insertion assembly for inserting a catheter into a body lumen of a patient is disclosed as well as a method of using the assembly. The assembly comprises a hub, a catheter stiffener and a valve. The valve is disposed in the lumen of the hub and prevents substantially all fluid flow throug ...


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Trocar-cannula assembly and a trocar for use in a catheter insertion assembly. Dow Corning, October 25, 1978: GB1529955-A (2 worldwide citation)

1529955 Inserting catheters DOW CORNING CORP 15 Oct 1975 [30 Oct 1974] 42194/75 Heading A5R A trocar 10 for inserting a catheter 32 into a bladder 36 consists of a solid stainless steel or polymeric cylindrical shank 12 terminating in three flat faces 16 forming exterior angles of 10-15 degrees whic ...


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Stephen R Keyser, James E Miller III: Apparatus for peripheral vascular access. I V Access Technology, Levine Bagade Han, March 28, 2017: US09604035

This invention provides devices and methods for insertion of a catheter into a vessel. The devices include coaxial slidably mounted needle, dilator and catheter components. The methods include piercing a vessel with the needle component, dilating the pierced hole with the dilator component, retracti ...


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Stephen Richard Keyser, James Edgerly Miller III: Apparatus for peripheral vascular access. I V Access Technology, Levine Bagade Han, October 3, 2017: US09775973

This invention provides devices and methods for insertion of a catheter into a vessel. The devices include coaxial slidably mounted needle, dilator and catheter components. The methods include piercing a vessel with the needle component, dilating the pierced hole with the dilator component, retracti ...


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Alexander Mellon Eaton, Gabriel Mikal Gordon, Dyson William Hickingbotham: Systems and methods for performing an injection. Ash Tankha, Lipton Weinberger & Husick, October 24, 2017: US09795767

Devices, systems, and methods for performing injections with lowered likelihood of infection include catheters and other injection means with protective coverings. The protective covering can protect the catheter or other injection means before, during, or before and during insertion of the catheter ...


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Jeffrey M Vitullo, Raymond K Newswanger, Eric Lopez: Catheter insertion assembly. Arrow International, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, December 4, 2008: US20080300576-A1

A catheter insertion assembly for inserting a catheter into a body lumen of a patient is disclosed as well as a method of using the assembly. The assembly comprises a hub, a catheter stiffener and a valve. The hub has a proximal end, a distal end and a lumen connecting the proximal and distal ends. ...


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Donald Patterson, Sharon M Huff: Bent obturator. Cook Incorporated, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione Chicago Cook, December 24, 2009: US20090318870-A1

A catheter-insertion assembly includes a catheter with a proximal end and a distal end, a needle with a proximal end and a beveled distal end forming a sharp distal point, and an obturator with a proximal end and a distal end. The distal end of the obturator includes at least one bend. The bend allo ...


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Harrison Peter Hugh, Blake William Alleyn, Tappero Mirko, Do Rego, Loureiro Jose Carlos: Intravenous catheter insertion assembly. Anglo Operations, Harrison Peter Hugh, Blake William Alleyn, Tappero Mirko, Do Rego, Loureiro Jose Carlos, JOHN An Intellectual Property Law Office of Bowman Gilfillan PO Box 3511 1685 Halfway House, September 28, 2000: WO/2000/056388

A catheter insertion assembly includes a coupler body (1) having a passageway therethrough communicating between a coupler adapted for attachment to an administration set tube at an inlet end of said passageway and at the outlet end of said passageway communicating with the operatively inlet end of ...