Fluid path system for dissolution and transport of a hyperpolarized material

John Arthur Urbahn (Inventor), Jan Henrik Ardenkjær-Larsen (Inventor), Andrew Michael Leach (Inventor), Eric John Telfeyan (Inventor), David Key Dietrich (Inventor), David Brandon Whitt (Inventor), Peter Miller (Inventor), Ernst Wolfgang Stautner (Inventor)

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Abstract

A fluid path system 10 includes a vial 28 containing a pharmaceutical product therein. A dissolution fluid path 36 is also included in the fluid path system, the dissolution fluid path having an output end in fluid communication with the vial and an input end attached to a pressure vessel containing a dissolution medium. A delivery fluid path 44 is also included in the system 10 having a first end hermetically attached to the vial to transport therefrom a mixture of dissolved pharmaceutical product and dissolution medium and a second end connected to a receiving vessel 48 to receive the mixture. A dissolution fluid path valve 40 is positioned between the pressure vessel 48 and the dissolution fluid path 36 to control flow of the dissolution medium, and a delivery fluid path valve 52 is also included in the fluid path system to control flow of the mixture from the delivery fluid path 44 to the receiving vessel 48.

Original languageEnglish
IPCG01R 33/ 28 A I
Patent numberEP20130150859
Filing date17/07/2013
Country/TerritoryInternational Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
Priority date13/01/2012
Priority numberUS201213350189
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jul 2013
Externally publishedYes

Bibliographical note

Also published as: SG192354 (A1) KR20130083858 (A) JP2013144107 (A) CN103203029 (A) CA2800705 (A1) BR102013000152 (A2) AU2013200297 (A1)

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