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Robert Michael Wozencroft: Catheter placement units. Sterimatic Holdings, Young & Thompson, February 17, 1998: US05718688 (141 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit comprises a catheter having an axial bore, a catheter hub at one end of the catheter, an introducing needle having a pointed tip for introducing the catheter into a desired position in a patient's body, and a needle hub on the needle remote from the tip for mounting the nee ...


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Robert M Wozencroft: Catheter placement units. Sterimatic Holdings, Young & Thompson, October 8, 1996: US05562633 (121 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit comprises an introducing needle (2) having a pointed tip (6) for introducing a catheter (4) into a desired position in a patient's body, a needle hub (3) for mounting the needle (2) so that the needle extends through an axial bore in the catheter (4) during introduction of ...


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Harvey Robert Moorehead: Catheter placement unit with resilient sleeve and manual sleeve closure. Deseret Pharmaceutical Co, Lynn G Foster, August 31, 1976: US03977400 (105 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit comprising a Y adapter with a side port for coupling a catheter tube to a fluid infusion unit and including a resilient sleeve within the axial bore of the Y adapter at the proximal end of the catheter placement unit through which a piercing needle or the like snugly passes ...


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Reynolds Gordon S, Pannier Jr Karl A: Arterial catheter placement unit and method of use. Levoy s Corporation, June 22, 1971: US3585996 (89 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit for positioning a catheter in a body lumen, such as an artery or vein, for purposes of parenteral infusion, or pressure monitoring, oximetery, or other diagnostic purposes, and a method of utilizing such catheter placement unit. The unit or assembly includes a hollow needle ...


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Winnie Alon P: Catheter placement unit. Johnson & Johnson, December 24, 1974: US3856009 (85 worldwide citation)

A catheter for the administration of fluids into the body which includes a length of precurved, flexible tubing permanently attached to a gripping member having a winglike structure projecting therefrom.A catheter assembly comprising a catheter having a precurved distal portion and a gripping member ...


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Suyeoka George M, Katerdahl Dean R: Intravenous catheter placement unit with tubular guide sheath. Abbott Laboratories, July 27, 1971: US3595230 (70 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit including a catheter shield with a catheter and needle positioned therein and the catheter shield comprising a flexible tubular hollow body having its distal end closed by a frictionally engaged end plug and having a slot of varying width extending through its distal end to ...


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Vincent L Vaillancourt: Catheter placement unit with needle removal provision and method of use. Johnson & Johnson, Donal B Tobin, June 3, 1980: US04205675 (66 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit for use with an introducer needle and an introducer catheter including a hollow tube and a fitting at one of its ends. The placement unit comprises a connector having an internal bore and including a male fitting member for mating with the catheter fitting to provide a conn ...


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Bennet Stanford M, Smith William, Thomas Joseph J: Catheter placement unit. Johnson & Johnson, July 23, 1974: US3825001 (59 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit primarily useful with equipment for monitoring central venous pressure comprises a length of flexible hollow tubing having a female fitting at one end for attachment to the equipment and a male fitting adjacent the other end for attachment to the hub of a flexible intraveno ...


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George D Spaven, Joseph J Thomas, Howard Beroff: Hub device for preventing liquid leakage. Johnson & Johnson, Donal B Tobin, November 25, 1980: US04235232 (56 worldwide citation)

A hub device particularly suitable for use in a catheter placement unit which includes a catheter tube for insertion into a patient. The hub comprises a body with a passageway therethrough for the passage of the catheter tube. A resilient seal is associated with the passageway and is integrally form ...


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Reif James R: Catheter placement unit. Dow Corning Corporation, March 9, 1971: US3568679 (54 worldwide citation)

A unit for retaining a catheter in a desired place within a body is disclosed. A thin disc of flexible material, preferably silicone rubber, is adhesively secured to any desired external surface of a body. If the surface has already been punctured, a desirable catheter is then introduced into the bo ...