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Paul I Weiss, Weldon S Guest: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus. David A Rose, May 9, 1989: US04828543 (262 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for extracorporeal circulation and treatment of blood. The apparatus comprises means for circulating and for treating blood, with a control system for controlling the circulating means. The circulating means includes tubing that directs blood to and from a microporous membrane ...


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Stephen R Igo, James W Meador: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus and method. Cormedics, Tim L Burgess, March 10, 1998: US05725492 (47 worldwide citation)

Patient blood in an extracorporeal flow circuit (such as a cardiopulmonary bypass machine) is contacted with one or more nitric oxide feeds at least one of which is upstream of the circuit pump, to provide a concentration of nitric oxide in the blood effective to inhibit activation of blood platelet ...


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Tomio Ohta, Takuichi Kobayashi: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus for selective cooling method. Tomio Ohta, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, January 8, 2002: US06336910 (39 worldwide citation)

An extracorporeal circulation apparatus capable of maintaining hypothermia for a prolonged period when used in the selective cooling method.


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Evgeny I Chazov, Mikhail Y Ruda, Vitaly A Burynin, Moisei A Lokshin: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus. Institut Kardiologii Imeni A L Myasnikova Akademii Meditsinskikh Nauk SSSR, Steinberg & Blake, January 23, 1979: US04135496 (26 worldwide citation)

The extracorporeal circulation apparatus in accordance with the invention comprises a plurality of pneumatic diaphragm pumps incorporated in parallel relationship in a single fluid-flow system of extracorporeal blood perfusion.


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Tomio Ohta, Tetsuya Miyatake, Yoshihiko Kinoshita, Tomoya Murakami: Extracorporeal circulation device and method for isolation temperature control method. Tomio Ohta, Nikkiso, Darby & Darby, September 30, 2003: US06626857 (24 worldwide citation)

An extracorporeal circulation apparatus used for the selective temperature controlling method in which a temperature of an object is kept at a predetermined temperature, includes:


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Stephen R Igo, James W Meador: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus and method. Cormedics, Tim L Burgess, September 28, 1999: US05957880 (23 worldwide citation)

Patient blood in an extracorporeal flow circuit (such as a cardiopulmonary bypass machine) is contacted with one or more nitric oxide feeds at least one of which is upstream of the circuit pump, to provide a concentration of nitric oxide in the blood effective to inhibit activation of blood platelet ...


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Weiss Paul I, Guest Weldon S: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus.. Guest Weldon S Trustee, October 7, 1987: EP0240101-A2 (22 worldwide citation)

The apparatus comprises means for circulating and for treating blood, with a control means for controlling the circulating means. A first pump (104) controls the flow rate of blood entering a filter (142) while a second pump (106) controls the flow rate of the blood exiting the filter (142). The fil ...


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Araki Kenji, Oshikawa Mitsuo, Anai Hirobumi: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus having control function. Jms, January 7, 2000: JP2000-000299 (14 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an extracorporeal circulation apparatus which is simple and is automatically controllable and low-invasive and is simple in constitution. SOLUTION: The extracorporeal circulation apparatus which is arranged with prescribed elements within circuits to cause the extrac ...


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Ohta Tomio, Miyatake Tetsuya, Kinoshita Yoshihiko, Murakami Tomoya: Extracorporeal circulation device and method for isolation temperature control method. Nikkiso, Ohta Tomio, September 12, 2001: EP1132101-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

An extracorporeal circulation apparatus used for the selective temperature controlling method in which a temperature of an object is kept at a predetermined temperature, includes; (A) a fluid replacement supply unit which quantitatively supplies a fluid replacement of which temperature has been adju ...


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Ito Akiyasu: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus. Terumo, May 31, 2007: JP2007-130290 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an extracorporeal circulation apparatus which can unerringly detect the level of a liquid in a bubble storage chamber of a bubble removing device and exhibits a good operation rate.SOLUTION: The extracorporeal circulation apparatus 100A has a centrifugal pump 101 whi ...