Syringe For Administering A Therapeutic Agent Into Tissue

  • Published: Jul 23, 2008
  • Earliest Priority: Oct 06 2003
  • Family: 6
  • Cited Works: 1
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A syringe (132b) for self-contained generation and administration of a therapeutic agent comprising: a barrel (156b) for holding said agent; a plunger (192b) for insertion into a first end of said barrel and expressing said agent from a second and of said barrel; a power supply (200b) integrally mounted coaxially with said plunger, a therapeutic agent generator (196b) integrally mounted coaxially with said plunger and in communication with said barrel through a channel in said plunger, said generator connected to said power supply and mounted coaxially with said plunger; a switch connected to said power supply such that when said switch is activated said therapeutic agent generator generates said therapeutic agent and fills said barrel therewith.


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  • Publication: Jul 23, 2008
  • Application: Oct 1, 2004
    EP EP 08004372 A
  • Priority: Oct 1, 2004
    EP EP 04791785 A
  • Priority: Jun 15, 2004
    US US 86721504 A
  • Priority: Oct 6, 2003
    US US 50830003 P

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