Patents Assigned to Syringe, LLC
  • Patent number: 7141036
    Abstract: A method of applying a medicinal substance onto an area within a patient's body cavity includes providing an applicator formed by six integral sections. A proximal section is formed with an entry passage. An axial intermediate passage of the applicator extends from the entry passage through a flange section and a passage section. A slot section has a slot delivery passage communicating with the axial intermediate passage, and at least one axially-elongated slot therethrough. A solid section extends from the slot section, and a dome section extends to an end of the applicator. The method further includes locating the slot delivery passage adjacent the area within the cavity, forming a substance mass externally of the cavity, moving the mass into the slot delivery passage, and moving at least a portion of the substance onto the area.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 4, 2002
    Date of Patent: November 28, 2006
    Assignee: Syringe, LLC
    Inventors: Irwin R. Berman, Richard D. Gillespie, Gervasio Salgado
  • Patent number: 7125394
    Abstract: A device 560, for administering multiple single doses of a medicated cream, includes a cartridge 562 having a barrel 564 for containing the cream, a plunger 608 for moving the cream from within the cartridge, and a stem 610 for moving the plunger within the cartridge. A carrier 612 is formed with a cartridge-receiving nest 712 for receiving the barrel 564. A plurality of spaced, transaxial grooves 726, 728, 730 and 732 are formed in the carrier 612 for receiving a flange 572 of the cartridge 562 during the dispensing of multiple, successive, single doses of the cream. The carrier 612 is formed with a pair of resilient ears 750 and 752 and a passage 738 for removably retaining the stem 610 with the carrier while allowing axial movement of the stem.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 29, 2003
    Date of Patent: October 24, 2006
    Assignee: Syringe, LLC
    Inventors: Irwin R. Berman, Richard D. Gillespie, Gervasio Salgado