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Robert Farra: Multi-dose drug delivery device and method. MicroCHIPS, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, March 25, 2014: US08679093 (124 worldwide citation)

Drug delivery devices and methods are provided. The device included two or more housing units connected together end-to-end in a fixed, linear orientation, the exterior surfaces of the connected housing units defining a sidewall of the device; discrete drug dose units disposed within the housing uni ...


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Yoseph Yaacobi: Drug delivery device. Alcon Universal, W David Lee, July 2, 2002: US06413540 (119 worldwide citation)

Drug delivery devices, and methods of delivering pharmaceutically active agents to a target tissue within a body using such devices, are disclosed. One drug delivery device includes a body having an internal surface for placement proximate a target tissue and a well having an opening to the internal ...


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Gerard H Llanos, David Christian Lentz: Local drug delivery devices and methods for maintaining the drug coatings thereon. Cordis Corporation, Carl J Evens, August 28, 2007: US07261735 (64 worldwide citation)

Local drug delivery medical devices are utilized to deliver therapeutic dosages of drugs, agents or compounds directly to the site where needed. The local drug delivery medical devices utilize various materials and coating methodologies to maintain the drugs, agents or compounds on the medical devic ...


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Mansoor M Amiji: Drug delivery using pH-sensitive semi-interpenetrating network hydrogels. Northeastern University, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, May 18, 1999: US05904927 (57 worldwide citation)

Drug-delivery devices and methods of their use are disclosed, which devices consist of at least a semi-interpenetrating network (semi-IPN) hydrogel comprising a first, cationic polymer such as chitosan and a second high molecular weight neutral polymer such as polyethylene oxide, the semi-IPN having ...


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Michael R Forman: Combination x-ray radiation and drug delivery devices and methods for inhibiting hyperplasia. Xoft microTube, Nena Bains Esq, Townsend Townsend & Crew, March 25, 2003: US06537195 (46 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improved devices, methods, and kits for inhibiting restenosis and hyperplasia after intravascular intervention. In particular, the present invention provides controlled drug delivery in combination with x-ray radiation delivery to selected locations within a patient&ap ...


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Luke Clauson, Thomas A Silvestrini, Tsontcho Ianchulev, Steven John: Drug delivery devices and methods. Trascend Medical, Fred C Hernandez, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, September 10, 2013: US08529492 (38 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates generally to methods and devices for use in treating eye conditions with implantable drug delivery devices. One method includes introducing an implant into the suprachoroidal space, wherein the interior volume of the implant is plugged with a drug-release material comprising ...


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David B Masters, Eric P Berg: Mucoadhesive drug delivery devices and methods of making and using thereof. Gel Del Technologies, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, September 10, 2013: US08529939 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to mucoadhesive drug delivery devices and their methods of preparation and use. More specifically the present invention relates to mucoadhesive drug delivery devices comprising one or more biocompatible purified proteins combined with one or more biocompatible solvents ...


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Ooi Wong, Thuytien N Nguyen: Enhancement of transdermal drug delivery using monoalkyl phosphates and other absorption promoters. Cygnus Therapeutic Systems, Morrison & Foerster, May 3, 1994: US05308625 (30 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical formulations, transdermal drug delivery devices, and methods of drug delivery using the formulations and devices of the invention are disclosed which make it possible to enhance the rate of transdermal drug delivery of pharmaceutically active compounds and in particular molsidomine. T ...


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Subramanian S Venkatraman, Thomas O Murdock, Stephanus Pudjijanto: Pharmaceutical hydrogel formulations, and associated drug delivery devices and methods. Alza Corporation, Owen J Bates, D Byron Miller, Steven F Stone, March 21, 2000: US06039977 (22 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical hydrogel formulations containing polyvinyl alcohol are provided. The formulations may serve as rug reservoirs in electrotransport drug delivery systems or passive transdermal systems, or they may be used in a variety of other types of dosage forms, e.g., capsules, suppositories, aeros ...