Child-resistant pill dispenser
Container with cover of plastics material
Tamper resistant closure member
Tamper-proof pill dispenser
Medication dispenser with removable liner and full skirted compartment covers
Container closure having child protective fastening means
Tear off hinge
Child resistant slide box
ApplicationNo. 10344471 filed on 08/10/2001
US Classes:221/88, Single ejecting means for all cells221/89, Articles discharged by relative movement of cell structure components221/25, PROGRESSIVELY DESTROYED CELLULAR MAGAZINE-TYPE SUPPLY SOURCE221/302, WITH FRANGIBLE ELEMENT FOR OUTLET220/270, With gripping means (e.g., pull tab)206/532, With rupture means for access215/216, Flexible locking member integral with or attached to closure368/10, COMBINED WITH DISPARATE DEVICE220/345.3, Resiliently biased (e.g., detent)206/531, Structure for "press-out" of content unit206/528, FOR AMPULE, CAPSULE, PELLET, OR GRANULE221/5, Article selection indicator700/242, Particular supply arrangement (e.g., plural sources or compartments)220/296Interrupted threads
ExaminersPrimary: Crawford, Gene O.
Assistant: Waggoner, Timothy
Attorney, Agent or Firm
Foreign Patent References
International ClassG07F 11/00
AbstractTamper and child proof dispenser for a solid dosage product such as tablets and capsules that may be contained in a blister sheet. Dispenser comprises a dispensing assembly (3) for holding and dispensing the product, a slidably or hingedly connected outercover (1) for covering the assembly to prevent access to the product, and tamper indication means (7) of an elongate removable tag for indicating a prior displacement of the outer cover. The dispenser has an external child proof button (9) supported on a tongue (10). The dispensing assembly has an ejection means of a slide actuation mechanism (57) including an actuation arm (59) upon which is mounted a slidable rider member (61) with an abutment to engage and eject the solid dosage product. The outer cover has four separable portions (67) which are individually removed to enable a particular actuation mechanism (57) to be moved for dispensing a product.