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Robert W Beard, Russell F Kirk: Portable fluid infusion apparatus. OXIMETRIX, Robert S Kelly, January 15, 1985: US04493704 (198 worldwide citation)

A portable infusion device includes a disposable syringe which is located in a removable section of a compact package that comprises the device. In order to conserve space, a flexible piston rod assembly is provided wherein the syringe plunger head is connected to a thin flexible plunger stem which ...


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Lars Peter Klitmose, Henrik Ljunggreen: Flexible piston rod. Novo Nordisk, Marc A Began Esq, Richard Bork Esq, Reza Green, November 5, 2002: US06474219 (164 worldwide citation)

A flexible piston rod for an injection device, which piston has the form of a helical spring made from a number of narrowly adjacent turns of windings. These turns provide an external thread fitting into the internal thread of a nut element. When the nut element is rotated, the piston rod is advance ...


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Karl Storz: Injection syringe. Donald D Mon, July 7, 1981: US04276878 (34 worldwide citation)

An injection syringe useful in the medical arts for injecting high viscosity pastes, especially in endoscopic applications. The syringe includes a long cylinder with a relatively small diameter bore. A relatively short cannula can be connected to the cylinder to receive paste from the bore. The cyli ...


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Causey James, Kirschen Todd, Wenger Mitchell, Friedman Steven, Colton Joshua, Christensen Keld Sloth: Portable infusion pump with flexible piston rod. M2 Medical, Causey James, Kirschen Todd, Wenger Mitchell, Friedman Steven, Colton Joshua, Christensen Keld Sloth, HAWKINS Michael T, August 28, 2008: WO/2008/103175 (28 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device having a cap device (130) that mates with a pump housing (110) to retain a medicine cartridge (120) therein. In addition to retaining the medicine cartridge in the pump housing, the cap device may perform a number of preparator ...


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Morten Mernøe: Flexible piston rod. M2 Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, May 22, 2007: US07220248 (23 worldwide citation)

A flexible piston rod includes a piston and a row of elements, each having top, bottom, and lateral surfaces, the top surface of one element being connected to the bottom surface of an adjacent element by a hinge that allows the two adjacent elements to pivot from a first position, where a portion o ...


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Morten Mernoe: Flexible piston rod. M2 Group Holdings, Fish & Richardson P C, December 1, 2009: US07625358 (5 worldwide citation)

A flexible piston rod includes a piston and a row of elements, the top surface of one element being connected to the bottom surface of an adjacent element by a hinge that allows the two adjacent elements to pivot from a first position, where a portion of the top surface of one element abuts a corres ...


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Klitmose Lars Peter, Ljunggreen Henrik: A flexible piston rod. Novo Nordisk, October 4, 2001: WO/2001/072360 (5 worldwide citation)

A flexible piston rod for an injection device, which piston has the form of a helical spring made up from a number of narrowly adjacent turns of windings. These turns provide an external thread, which thread fits into the internal thread of a nut element. When the nut element is rotated the piston r ...


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James Causey, Todd Kirschen, Mitchell Wenger, Steven Friedman, Joshua Colton, Keld Sloth Christensen: Operating an infusion pump system. Bigfoot Biomedical, Fish & Richardson P C, January 10, 2017: US09539388 (4 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments of a medical infusion pump system include a pump device having a cap device that mates with a pump housing to retain a medicine cartridge therein. In addition to retaining the medicine cartridge in the pump housing, the cap device may perform a number of preparatory functions or saf ...


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Energy absorption systems. Imp Metal Ind Kynoch, October 19, 1977: GB1489360-A (4 worldwide citation)

1489360 Absorbing energy by extrusion IMPERIAL METAL INDUSTRIES (KYNOCH) Ltd 7 Oct 1974 [10 July 1973] 32790/73 Heading F2E [Also in Division B7] In a motor vehicle an internal combustion engine is restrained from fore and/or aft movement relative to the vehicle by energy absorbing means which is ad ...