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R David McNaughton: Syringe shield. Karen M Gerken, Martin P Hoffman, Mitchell B Wasson, October 17, 1989: US04874383 (121 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are hypodermic syringes having special safety features for preventing the user from inadvertently pricking himself with the needle. In the preferred embodiment the barrel of, for example, a syringe is provided with a sleeve that can be drawn out over the needle and firmly locked into posit ...


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David B Bogan: Hypodermic needle shield. Chernoff Vilhauer McClung & Stenzel, April 19, 1988: US04738663 (121 worldwide citation)

The syringe shield of the present invention is comprised of a sleeve guide having a pair of fasteners with cavities formed in them that fit over the flange which are located on hypodermic syringes for grasping by the user's fingers. The fastener pieces snap together to lock the syringe guide on the ...


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Bing Bing Zhu, Monty Mong Chen Fu, Richard L Green, Haig S Bagerdjian: Drawing station system for radioactive material. Syncor International, Keith A Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton Newburry Esq, July 27, 1999: US05927351 (88 worldwide citation)

An improved drawing station system for handling radioactive material for use in syringes in the health care industry. The system includes a drawing station, a syringe shield and two different radiopharmaceutical pigs. The drawing station has a base with a support and two arms mounted thereto to supp ...


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Anthony J Vallelunga, Brian Crawford: Apparatus for shielding a syringe needle. Unique Management Enterprises, John A Merecki, March 12, 1996: US05498243 (74 worldwide citation)

A magnifying syringe shield including a hollow sleeve, a needle shield, and a snap ring. Radially extending projections, provided on the hollow sleeve, slide within longitudinally extending slots in the needle shield, allowing extension and retraction of the needle shield. The snap ring is positione ...


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Benjamin M Galkin, Raymond Boon, Rudolph V Gilliam, Chan H Park: Radioactive material loading, calibration and injection systems. Thomas Jefferson University, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, August 30, 1983: US04401108 (68 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to syringe loading shields for use with syringes during the drawing, calibration and injection of aliquots of radioactive materials. Each syringe loading shield is provided with means for shielding radiation emanating from the mouth of the vial during the material-withd ...


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R David McNaughton: Syringe shield. Hoffman Wasson & Gitler, June 18, 1991: US05024660 (58 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are hypodermic syringes having special safety features for preventing the user from inadvertently pricking himself with the needle. In the preferred embodiment the barrel of, for example, a syringe is provided with a sleeve that can be drawn out over the needle and firmly locked into posit ...


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James M Reiss: Retractable shield for syringes. Atomic Products Corporation, Charles E Temko, January 29, 1980: US04185619 (51 worldwide citation)

An improved shield for enclosing the body of a hypodermic syringe to protect a user against exposure from radioactive materials. The shield is formed of two elements, including an upper element having means for engaging the barrel of the syringe, and preferably formed from lightweight metallic mater ...


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Murray S Cooper: Syringe shield and closure sterilization method. Microbiological Applications, Leon E Tenenbaum, October 2, 1984: US04474734 (29 worldwide citation)

A pre-filled syringe-needle assembly in which the needle is covered with a shield-closure unit to assure sterility. Said shield-closure unit comprises a tube which covers the needle and a plug for said tube, one end of said tube being adapted for fitting tightly over the reduced part of the barrel o ...


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Carl Collica, Leonard Epifano, Ralph Farella: Syringe shield. Medi Ray, Martin Novack, November 29, 1977: US04060073 (25 worldwide citation)

A syringe shield having an inner generally cylindrical shell formed of plastic material. The shell has an elongated slot extending longitudinally therein and is open-ended at its rear end and narrows radially inward at its front end to form a tapered portion. A generally cylindrical body formed of r ...


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Edward Foster, James M Reiss: Radioactive syringe shield having retentive bushing. Atomic Products Corporation, Charles E Temko, December 13, 1977: US04062353 (23 worldwide citation)

A radioactive syringe shield for protecting a user from radiation emanating from a radioactive material disposed within an enclosed syringe, characterized in the provision of a removable arcuately shaped bushing positionable in the bore of the shield for decreasing the effective diameter thereof to ...