Needle-free injector device with autoloading capability

Show simple item record Hunter, IW en Hemond, BD en Wendell, DM en Hogan, NC en Taberner, Andrew en Ball, NB en
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dc.coverage.spatial USA en 2017-07-04T04:39:19Z en 2012-05-08 en
dc.identifier.citation Patent/Trademark number: US8172790 B2 (USA). Application number: US 12/310,456. Associated authors: USPTO. Publication/Application date: 01 Sep 2006. Publication/Awarded date: 08 May 2012 en
dc.identifier.govdoc US8172790 B2 en
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dc.description.abstract A needle-free transdermal transport device includes a chamber (900) for holding the substance to be injected, a nozzle (910) in fluid communication with the chamber, and a drug reservoir (950) for storing the substance to be transferred to the chamber. The needle-free transdermal transport device also includes a controllable magnet and coil electromagnetic actuator (242) in communication with the chamber. The actuator receives an electrical input and generates in response a force. The force then causes a needle-free transfer of the substance from the chamber to the biological body. The force is variable responsive to variations in the received input during actuation. The actuator draws the substance from the drug reservoir or alternatively, the substance can be pressurized from the drug reservoir into the chamber by a pressure source. en
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dc.title Needle-free injector device with autoloading capability en
dc.type Patent en en
pubs.start-date 2006-09-01 en
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pubs.elements-id 510403 en Bioengineering Institute en ABI Associates en
pubs.number US 12/310,456 en
pubs.record-created-at-source-date 2015-12-02 en

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