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Joel R Racchini: Microporous catheter. eMed Corporation, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, September 1, 1998: US05800392 (263 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for delivering an agent to a treatment area. The apparatus includes a catheter that has a distal portion and a proximal portion. The catheter defines a lumen. A pressure regulator is in fluid communication with the lumen. A selectively inflatable member is also in fluid communication wi ...


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Schulze Dale, Vincze Bela, Bedi James, Deniega Jess, Pedlick Jack, Fox William: Surgical stapler pressure regulator.. Ethicon, July 19, 1989: EP0324637-A1 (212 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling instrument is provided which employs a highly pressurized gas as its source of energy. The highly pressurized gas is conducted to means for indicating the presence of the pressurized gas and to a pressure regulator. The pressure regulator controllably develops gas pressurized to ...


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Schottler Henry: Variable speed transmission. Roller Gear Zug, January 2, 1973: US3707888 (204 worldwide citation)

A variable speed transmission for transmitting torque to an output shaft at a substantially constant selected speed. Driving balls arranged in constant rolling frictional contact with pairs of inner and outer concentric and axially separable ball races. One pair of races is associated with an input ...


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John L Servidio, Bruce Beverly: Pressure support ventilatory assist system. Healthdyne Technologies, Jones & Askew, February 4, 1997: US05598838 (181 worldwide citation)

A pressure support ventilatory assist device is disclosed. Pressure is provided by a blower which is operated at the minimum speed necessary to achieve the desired inspiration pressure. Pressure regulation is achieved by means of a novel pressure regulator valve, rather than by modulating blower spe ...


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Leslie A Field, Stefano Schiaffino, Phillip W Barth, Storrs T Hoen, Naoto A Kawamura, David K Donald, Channing R Robertson, Jonathan D Servaites: Bubble valve and bubble valve-based pressure regulator. Hewlett Packard Company, May 16, 2000: US06062681 (148 worldwide citation)

A bubble valve that comprises a liquid delivery channel and a localized heating arrangement. The liquid delivery channel includes an upstream portion and a constriction downstream of the upstream portion. The constriction has a smaller cross-sectional area than the upstream portion. The localized he ...


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Edward J Arkans: Vascular assist methods and apparatus. ACI Medical, Workman Nydegger & Seeley, December 28, 1999: US06007559 (145 worldwide citation)

A vascular assist device which maintains a static graduated pressure as the minimum pressure at all times during use. At least two inflatable chambers which wrap around selected portions of a limb apply elevated pressure to selected portions of a limb to disgorge blood therefrom. The inflatable cham ...


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Mark Zdeblick: Integrated, microminiature electric to fluidic valve and pressure/flow regulator. Stanford University, Ronald C Fish, July 24, 1990: US04943032 (143 worldwide citation)

A pressure regulator integrated in a sandwich of pyrex and silicon wafers. A first integrated valve comprising a silicon wafer in which there is etched a cavity so as to leave a flexible membrane of silicon is sandwiched between two other wafers which are usually pyrex. One of the pyrex wafers has a ...


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John Ronald Rice, Nicholas John Marks: Paint ball gun. NPF, Christie Parker & Hale, December 21, 1999: US06003504 (130 worldwide citation)

A paint ball gun is connected through a first gas pressure regulator to a supply of pressurised gas for maintaining a high gas pressure in a first chamber in the gun and a second gas pressure regulator is connected between the first chamber and a second chamber in the gun to maintain a working gas p ...


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Joel R Racchini: Microporous catheter. CorTrak Medical, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt PA, October 29, 1996: US05569198 (126 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for delivering an agent to a treatment area. The apparatus includes a catheter that has a distal portion and a proximal portion. The catheter defines a lumen. A pressure regulator is in fluid communication with the lumen. A selectively inflatable member is also in fluid communication wi ...


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John H Burton: Pressure regulated artificial sphincter systems. American Medical Systems, Williamson Bains Moore & Hansen, September 16, 1980: US04222377 (123 worldwide citation)

Pressure-regulated artificial sphincter apparatus for controlling vesicular incontinence is disclosed herein. The apparatus preferably comprises a generally toroidal cuff member for constricting a vessel to be opened and closed in response to fluid pressure, a squeezable fluid supply pump bulb in co ...



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