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Multi-dose disposable medicant and fluid container



Multi-dose disposable medicant and fluid container



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1265(1), Dec 3



The present invention 10 discloses a disposable container 12 for holding suitable fluid 24 to be used for consuming a medicinal pill 28. In one embodiment, a disposable plastic package 60 is disclosed having a fluid chamber 62 and a pill chamber 64 having a divide therebetween. A tear-away strip 68 is disclosed for access into the fluid chamber 62 along with a thin wire frame 72 for adding support to the fluid container. In other embodiments, the container 12 also contains variously designed means 20, 36, 48 for housing the pills 28. The container 12 may have multiple compartments 42, 44, 46 for holding liquids 24. Also, the pills 28 may be housed in a handle cavity 20 or base cavity 36 enclosed by a seal 22, 38. Alternatively, a pill cup 48 is provided having a tear strip 54 thereon for being releasably attached to the base 30 of container 12. Also, an alternative design discloses a top 56 attached to the container 12 by a tear strip 54 wherein the container 12 has a thin wire frame 58 around its upper rim for strength and ease of use.

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