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Michael J Magliochetti, Carolyn Pals: Fluid warming system. Urosurge, Thomas J Engellenner, Mark D Lahive & Cockfield Russett, March 17, 1998: US05729653 (121 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for heating a fluid to normothermic temperature prior to delivery of the fluid to a patient are disclosed. In one embodiment, a fluid to be warmed prior to delivery to a patient can be passed through a polymeric, flow-through chamber disposed in the fluid delivery line. An electr ...


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Mark S Rosner: Portable rapid massive parenteral fluid warming and infusion apparatus. Cullen Sloman Cantor Grauer Scott and Rutherford, July 7, 1987: US04678460 (105 worldwide citation)

A self contained portable apparatus for the rapid warming and infusion of massive amounts of a parenteral fluid into a patient under conditions where time is of the essence. The apparatus comprises a portable cabinet, a parenteral fluid supply system, a fluid warming system, and apparatus monitoring ...


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Thomas L Kistner, Robert W Storey, Daniel T Kistner: Portable I.V. fluid warming system. Estill Medical Technologies Incorporated, Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, November 7, 2000: US06142974 (90 worldwide citation)

A portable intravenous fluid warming system wherein the temperature monitoring and control is accomplished utilizing four monolithic IC thermosensors. The sensors operate in a serial multi-stage fashion with the first sensor functioning so as to provide a ramp or build up to the next stage thus smoo ...


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Scott Douglas Augustine, Gary Rabindranath Maharaji, Allen Hamid Ziaimehr, Scott Allen Entenman: IV fluid warming system with detection of presence and orientation of an IV fluid heat exchanger. Arizant Healthcare, Terrance A Meador, Incaplaw, August 10, 2004: US06775473 (68 worldwide citation)

An intravenous (IV) fluid warming system with a removable heat exchanger includes a presence detector. The system is for warming an IV fluid before infusion into a body. The system includes a warming unit for warming the IV fluid and an inlet slot for receiving a heat exchanger, preferably embodied ...


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Scott Douglas Augustine, Gary Rabindranath Maharaji, Allen Hamid Ziaimehr, Scott Allen Entenman: IV fluid warming system with detection of presence and alignment of cassette. Augustine Medical, Terrance A Meador, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich, March 18, 2003: US06535689 (61 worldwide citation)

An intravenous (IV) fluid warming system with a removable heat exchanger includes a presence detector. The system is for warming an IV fluid before infusion into a body. The system includes a warming unit for warming the IV fluid and an inlet slot for receiving a heat exchanger, preferably embodied ...


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Scott Allen Entenman, Keith J Leland: Fluid warming cassette and system capable of operation under negative pressure. Arizant Healthcare, INCAPLAW, Terrance A Meador, July 1, 2008: US07394976 (31 worldwide citation)

A fluid warming cassette for use in a fluid warming system includes a first sheet, a second sheet and a flexible spacer having a serpentine opening. At least one of the first and second sheets is a flexible plastic sheet. The spacer is positioned between the first and second sheets and the first and ...


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Wayne Eugene Schmidt, Scott Allen Entenman: Fluid warming cassette with a tensioning rod. Arizant Healthcare, Incaplaw, Terrance A Meador, June 19, 2007: US07232457 (23 worldwide citation)

A fluid warming cassette for use in a fluid warming system includes a first sheet and second sheet joined with a flexed tensioning rod to form a fluid container with a periphery in which the flexed tensioning rod is disposed to tension the fluid container. The fluid container includes a fluid channe ...


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David Cassidy: Medical fluid warming system. Enginivity, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Lebovici, January 2, 2007: US07158719 (17 worldwide citation)

An improved inline intravenous fluid warming device. In one embodiment, the device includes a resistive film heater that is thermally coupled to a body having a serpentine fluid path extending therethrough. The film heater is coupled to the body via a first layer that is a thermally conductive and e ...


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Thomas P Stewart, Raymond P Paolini: Multiple plate fluid warmer unit. Gaymar, Roach Brown McCarthy & Gruber P C, Kevin D McCarthy, April 19, 2005: US06882797 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a parenteral fluid warming system. The system has at least first and second fluid warming bags and a warmer device. Each of the at least first and second fluid warming bags have an inlet, an outlet, a top surface, a bottom surface, and a fluid path extending betw ...


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Augustine Scott D, Maharaji Gary Rabindranath, Ziaimehr Allen Hamid, Entenman Scott Allen: Iv fluid warming system with detection of presence and alignment of cassette. Augustine Medical, December 5, 2001: EP1159019-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

An intravenous (IV) fluid warming system with a removable heat exchanger includes a presence detector. The system is for warming an IV fluid before infusion into a body. The system includes a warming unit for warming the IV fluid and an inlet slot for receiving a heat exchanger, preferably embodied ...



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