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Leonard D Berke, Michael C Molloy: Hyper-hypothermia blanket with filtration properties. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Charles R Wilson, April 19, 1994: US05304213 (110 worldwide citation)

A hyper-hypothermia disposable blanket for use by medical personnel warms or cools a patient by a stratum of temperature controlled and filtered air. The blanket comprises a bottom layer of air pervious non-woven material and a top layer of air impervious material. The top layer is sealed at its edg ...


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Leonard D Berke: Convective hyperthermia article. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Charles R Wilson, November 24, 1992: US05165400 (48 worldwide citation)

A convective hyperthermia article is disclosed. The article has a generally U-shaped hollow body with two legs and a cross piece connecting the legs. The article is dimensioned to lie adjacent a patient's body and extend a substantial length thereof. A set of air holes is spaced on at least the unde ...


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Michael C Molloy: Configured pad for therapeutic cooling effect. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Charles R Wilson, February 11, 1992: US05086771 (42 worldwide citation)

A configured pad for use on a body part of a patient to provide cooling is dimensioned to conform to multi-shapes for enhanced versatility in use. The configured pad is a substantially flattened member having a main section with generally oblong-shaped branches extending forwardly on each side and a ...


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Bob W Stewart: Solid-state laser frequency conversion system. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Frost & Jacobs, November 19, 1991: US05066291 (35 worldwide citation)

There is provided a conversion system for use with commercially available laser devices for medical applications where laser light at a predetermined wavelength is converted for simultaneous coaxial application of laser light at a plurality of predetermined medically useable wavelengths. The convers ...


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Mark V Mahaffey, Jeffrey D Lacheta: Cold therapy device. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Charles R Wilson, September 7, 1999: US05948012 (30 worldwide citation)

The cold therapy unit of this invention includes a small portable ice chest and an electronic control unit to provide a unit which is safe to use right after surgery and has a portion which may be taken home by the patient. The combined unit provides the safety and accuracy of an institutional unit ...


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Bob W Stewart: Multiple wavelength metal vapor laser system for medical applications. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Dinsmore & Shohl, December 19, 2000: US06162213 (16 worldwide citation)

A multiple wavelength laser system includes an active laser gain medium comprising metal vapor which, when excited, produces laser radiation at a plurality of wavelengths. A plurality of medically useable wavelengths are coaxially transmitted from the laser system for simultaneous use in a medical p ...


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Danial E Koewler: Patient temperature control system with variable gradient warming/cooling. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Wood Herron & Evans, February 11, 2014: US08647374 (3 worldwide citation)

A patient temperature control system (10) uses variable temperature gradient warming/cooling in combination with a warming/cooling device (16), such as a blanket, to increase efficiency in driving a patient's temperature to a desired setpoint, with reduced occurrence of and magnitude of overshoot co ...


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Eric D Berchtold: Refrigeration system with a scroll compressor. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Charles R Wilson, April 23, 2002: US06374621 (3 worldwide citation)

A refrigeration system includes a singular scroll compressor, a condenser and a compressor. The system is charged with R410A refrigerant. The system finds particular use in an environment testing and conditioning apparatus having means to deliver conditioned air efficiently to a test chamber. The ap ...


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Anthony V Beran, Jerome B Batta, Jacqueline C Aronhalt: Fluid disinfection unit for patient temperature control system. Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Wood Herron & Evans, June 11, 2013: US08460353

A fluid disinfection unit [40] is incorporated into a patient warming/cooling system [10], to reduce the risk of bacteria buildup in the warming/cooling fluid, which is typically water. More particularly, a mobile housing [17] contains the operable components for circulating warming/cooling fluid to ...


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