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Alan D Hirschman, David M Reilly, Ross H Potter, John Stulen, Eric M Toft, John G Clark: Processor-controlled angiographic injector device. Medrad, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, August 8, 1989: US04854324 (260 worldwide citation)

An angiographic injector device for use in x-ray photography for delivering contrast media to a patient at controlled rates and pressures. A processor elicits injection parameters from an operator or a pre-programmed injection module, and on the basis of the injection parameters, calculates appropri ...


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James S Parsons: Needleless hypodermic jet injector. Equidyne Systems, Christie Parker & Hale, January 6, 1998: US05704911 (243 worldwide citation)

A system is provided that is useful for a hypodermic jet injection of medication without piercing the skin with a needle. The system includes a spring actuated needleless hypodermic injector device for injecting medication through the skin. The injector device includes an ampule assembly having a ch ...


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James S Parsons: hypodermic jet injector. Equidyne Systems, Christie Parker & Hale, October 29, 1996: US05569189 (187 worldwide citation)

A system is provided that is useful for a hypodermic jet injection of medication without piercing the skin with a needle. The system includes a spring actuated needleless hypodermic injector device for injecting medication through the skin. The injector device includes an ampule assembly having a ch ...


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Bernard Sams: One-way clutch mechanisms and injector devices. McGarry Bair PC, May 31, 2005: US06899698 (182 worldwide citation)

An incrementing mechanism suitable for use in a medical injector device has a driving member rotatably and slidably mounted within a tubular body and arranged to advance an elongate element in one direction with respect to the tubular body. A one-way clutch includes a generally conical surface and a ...


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Charles D Kelman: Intraocular lens injector. Darby & Darby, June 23, 1992: US05123905 (155 worldwide citation)

An injector head forming a hollow cone of spreadable leaves is partially inserted into a minimum size eye incision to inject a temporarily folded intraocular lens into the eye without stressing the incision. An injector device having a holder with a bore holding the lens in folded state is connected ...


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James H Harris: Combined uterine injector and manipulative device. James D Givnan Jr, February 7, 1984: US04430076 (147 worldwide citation)

A combination uterine manipulative and injector device having a multi-lumen catheter for uterine insertion having an inflatable member at its insertable end which when inflated seals the lower portion of the uterus to retain fluid or gas injected into the uterine cavity and contributes to attachment ...


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Yoshio Tashiro: Intra-observation apparatus. Teac Optical, Ladas & Parry, May 9, 1989: US04827907 (132 worldwide citation)

An intra-observation apparatus comprises an endoscope inserted into the blood vessel, a television camera for converting to an image signal an image which is obtained from the distal end of the endoscope, an endoscopic image analyzer for determining the state of observation at a region of interest o ...


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Elton M Botts: Control unit for oil wells. Energy 76, Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, July 25, 1978: US04102394 (128 worldwide citation)

A control unit for oil wells for maximizing the efficiency of a producing oil well field, including the use of a variable speed AC motor powering each oil well pump jack, which enables the operator to control the strokes per minute on the pump unit and adjust the speed of the upstroke relative to th ...


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Lasse Wesseltoft Mogensen, Magnus Walter Göransson, Grete Kornerup: Injector device for placing a subcutaneous infusion set. Unomedical, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, December 14, 2004: US06830562 (126 worldwide citation)

An injector device has a plunger with a medical needle essentially non-detachably secured thereto, preferably a solid needle incapable of delivering a fluid, and is adapted for the quick and easy transcutaneous placement through the skin of a patient of the cannula of a subcutaneous infusion set, th ...


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Michel Louis Paul Pistor: Automatic injector device. Flynn & Frishauf, August 22, 1978: US04108177 (120 worldwide citation)

An automatic injector device operating stroke-by-stroke, comprising a frame whose shape is substantially similar to that of a revolver, a removable injection syringes comprising a syringe body, a syringe piston and at least one injection needle, a syringe-cradle carrying the said syringe and itself ...