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Jeffrey H Burbank, James M Brugger, Dennis M Treu: Fluid processing systems and methods using extracorporeal fluid flow panels oriented within a cartridge. NxStage Medical, Proskauer Rose, June 17, 2003: US06579253 (165 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...


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Jeffrey H Burbank, James M Brugger, Dennis M Treu: Fluid processing systems and methods using extracorporeal fluid flow panels oriented within a cartridge. NxStage Medical, Proskauer Rose, February 8, 2005: US06852090 (144 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...


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Jeffrey H Burbank, James M Brugger, Dennis M Treu: Measurement of fluid pressure in a blood treatment device. Nxstage Medical, Proskauer Rose, December 12, 2006: US07147613 (122 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...


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Jeffrey H Burbank, Dennis M Treu, James M Brugger: Blood processing machine and system using fluid circuit cartridge. Nxstage Medical, Proskauer Rose, November 27, 2007: US07300413 (103 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...


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William Frederick Weitzel, H David Humes, Emil Presley Paganini, Deborah Ann Buffington, Angela J Funke: Extracorporeal fluid circuit and related methods. The Regents of the University of Michigan, Nephros Therapeutics, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, May 13, 2003: US06561997 (101 worldwide citation)

A circuit for extracorporeal treatment of a body fluid, the circuit including in serial fluidic communication an inlet for receiving the body fluid from a patient, a first pump, a first treatment device for processing the body fluid, a second pump, an outlet for returning processed body fluid to the ...


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Dennis M Treu, Jeffrey H Burbank, James M Brugger: Fluid replacement systems and methods for use in hemofiltration. NxStage Medical, Proskauer Rose, October 28, 2003: US06638477 (100 worldwide citation)

Fluid replacement systems and methods for use in association with a hemofilter convey an individual's blood through an extracorporeal fluid circuit to the hemofilter to remove waste fluid. The systems and methods convey waste fluid from the hemofilter through a waste line. The systems and metho ...


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Jeffrey H Burbank, James M Brugger, Dennis M Treu: Extracorporeal circuits for performing hemofiltration employing pressure sensing without an air interface. NxStage Medical, Proskauer Rose, July 8, 2003: US06589482 (88 worldwide citation)

An extracorporeal fluid circuit for performing hemofiltration defines within a flexible panel a flow channel that is free of an air interface. The flexible panel includes an in-line sensor region through which fluid pressure in the flow channel can be measured by an external sensor. The systems and ...


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James M Brugger, Jeffrey H Burbank, Dennis M Treu: Modular medical treatment replaceable component. NXStage Medical, Miles Stockbridge P C, Mark Catan, March 25, 2008: US07347849 (41 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...


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Dennis M Treu, Jeffrey H Burbank, James M Brugger: Renal replacement therapy device for controlling fluid balance of treated patient. Nxstage Medical, Proskauer Rose, September 11, 2007: US07267658 (39 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...


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Jeffrey H Burbank, Dennis M Treu, James M Brugger: Blood processing machine fluid circuit cartridge. NXStage Medical, Miles & Stockbridge PC, Mark A Catan, March 4, 2008: US07338460 (33 worldwide citation)

A first flow path is defined within a first panel that forms a part of an extracorporeal fluid circuit. A second flow path is defined within a second panel that also forms a part of the extracorporeal fluid circuit. The first and second panels are oriented in a fluid processing cartridge for mountin ...