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Repro | Date: 2017-02-01

A compact mechanical pump is provided. The pump is adjustable between a compact form and an expanded form, where the pump can be reduced to a compact form for ease of portability and storage and to the expanded form for use as a pump.


Patent
Repro | Date: 2015-03-28

A compact mechanical pump is provided. The pump is adjustable between a compact form and an expanded form, where the pump can be reduced to a compact form for ease of portability and storage and to the expanded form for use as a pump.


Provided is a system and method for a removable syringe micro pump. More specifically, the removable syringe micro pump includes a pump housing having a first end and opposite thereto an attaching end, and at least one sidewall there between, the housing having a base proximate to the first end and, the attaching end having an attacher structured and arranged to temporarily engage a syringe. A volute spring is nested within the housing and attached proximate to the base, the volute spring having a compressed first position wherein coils of the volute spring are concentrically disposed under tension such that an initial height of the volute spring is equivalent to a width of a coil, and an extended second position wherein the release of tension extends the volute spring normally away from the pump housing. The volute spring has a diameter pre-selected to pass within a barrel of the engaged syringe. The volute spring further having a distal end structured and arranged to engage a plunger seal of the engaged syringe, wherein the release of tension between the first position and the second position permits the distal end of the volute spring to move the plunger seal towards a nozzle of the syringe. An associated method of use is also provided.


Patent
Repro | Date: 2016-12-28

The present disclosure relates to a connector for connecting flow channels, flow regulators and/or reservoirs for directing flow. In some embodiments, the connector is a medical connector for connecting fluid flow controlling elements used in medical applications, particularly in infusion systems, such as tubes, syringes, needles, catheters and fluid reservoirs. The connector reduces the risk of contamination during handling and enhances safety when administering therapeutic solutions into a patient.


The invention relates to methods of selecting needles with an injection length suited for administration of a therapeutic agent in the subcutis at a body location.


Provided is a precision variable flow rate infusion system and method for delivering a liquid from a reservoir having an initial potential outflow rate to a patient. The system includes at least a first flexible flow rate tubing having a pre-defined flow rate selected at a maximum dosage flow rate for the liquid from the reservoir, the pre-defined flow rate being less than the initial potential outflow rate of the reservoir. Also provided is an adjustable flow rate controller having an inlet and an outlet, at least one internal fluid pathway there between and a fluid pathway modifier structured and arranged to modify the internal fluid pathway from the inlet to the outlet from a closed pathway to a maximum flow pathway with a plurality of different flow rate pathways there between. Moreover, the at least first flexible flow rate tubing and adjustable flow rate controller determine the maximum flow rate of liquid from the reservoir to a patient and the adjustable flow rate controller permits precision flow rate control from an off flow rate to about the maximum flow rate permitted. Associated methods of providing, calibrating and using the precision variable flow rate infusion system are also provided.


Patent
Repro | Date: 2014-04-04

The present invention generally provides a device for inserting needles and alleviating the discomfort associated with needle insertion. In certain embodiments, the device is suited for injecting butterfly needles and particularly butterfly needles that are attached to infusion tubing. The patient or caregiver loads a butterfly needle with tubing attached into the base of the drive plunger. The needle with tubing attached is retracted into the housing of the device by retracting the inner plunger. Once retracted, the device is activated and ready to administer a needle into the tissue of a patient. The device is then placed on the location of the skin where injection is desired. The surface that contacts the skin may be textured and may include a contact switch that causes the device to vibrate when slight pressure is applied through contact with the skin. Two trigger buttons in the housing of the device may be depressed to eject the needle at an angle essentially perpendicular to the surface of the skin into the tissue of the patient concurrently with the textured pads contacting the skin and vibrating, distracting the patient from the needle insertion. The inner plunger of the device is then depressed toward the surface of the skin to release the needle from the device. The wings and body of the butterfly may be secured to the skin, for example, with an adhesive such as tape.


Patent
Repro | Date: 2015-02-20

The present disclosure relates to a connector for connecting flow channels, flow regulators and/or reservoirs for directing flow. In some embodiments, the connector is a medical connector for connecting fluid flow controlling elements used in medical applications, particularly in infusion systems, such as tubes, syringes, needles, catheters and fluid reservoirs. The connector reduces the risk of contamination during handling and enhances safety when administering therapeutic solutions into a patient.


A method for manufacturing of sleeves for anilox rolls, the sleeve comprising an inner sleeve (21) of compressible material and an outer sleeve (22) having an outer surface with ink transfer cells engraved therein. The method comprises the steps of providing an air mandrel (10), applying the inner sleeve (21) on the air mandrel (10), applying adhesive on the inner sleeve (21), applying the outer sleeve (22) on the inner sleeve (21), the outer sleeve being made of a black polymer having a hardness of between 85 and 90 Shore D (according to DIN53505), grinding the outer sleeve (22), laser-engraving ink transfer cells in the outer surface of the outer sleeve (22) with the user of a Near Infrared (NIR) laser, and polishing the outer surface of the outer sleeve (22).


Patent
Repro | Date: 2014-02-14

The invention provides a modular tubing system with a set of tubing segments that can be configured to provide a desired flow rate. In the modular systems described herein, multiple tubes with pre-set flow rates are attached either in-series or in parallel to allow the user to vary the flow rate of the therapy. The modular systems described herein may be used in connection with a constant pressure pump for subcutaneous administration of therapeutic agents.

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