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Haindl; Hans-Guenter
Melsungen, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4981475 Device for fastening a catheter January 1, 1991
In a device for fastening a transcutaneous or implanted catheter, a plate of bendable material is provided with a soft flexible, button-shaped plate body that is defined by two lateral faces without projections. The plate body is provided with a clamping groove, open at both ends and axi
4917668 Valve for permanent venous cannulae or for catheter insertion means April 17, 1990
A housing having a channel is provided with a slotted, elastomeric valve body dividing the channel. The slotted valve body is biased in the closed position by a metal spring. If the valve body's material loses resiliency, the spring guarantees that the valve takes its closed position, ev

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