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Alan Wayne Henley, Leigh Marie Moses, Ronald Leslie Sanderson, John Howard, James H Price, Russell W Bessette: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, October 1, 2002: US06458109 (432 worldwide citation)

A wound treatment apparatus for treatment of surface wounds with a bandage system configured to control the environment adjacent the wound. The apparatus includes a bandage configured to cover a wound and provide a seal about the perimeter of the wound and cavity over the wound. A fluid supply condu ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James Robert Risk Jr: Vacuum therapy and cleansing dressing for wounds. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, February 3, 2004: US06685681 (401 worldwide citation)

A bandage for use with a vacuum source includes a wound dressing member to be placed in contact with a wound surface and a suction port associated with the wound dressing member. The member is configured with spacers contacting the wound surface to define suction space between the member and the wou ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James R Risk Jr: Vacuum therapy and cleansing dressing for wounds. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, June 22, 2004: US06752794 (390 worldwide citation)

A thin, flexible member is provided for use in a vacuum bandage connected to a vacuum source. The member is provided for use with a wound having a wound surface. The member includes a wound contacting surface adapted to be in contact with and generally conform to the wound surface. The member furthe ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James R Risk Jr: Vacuum therapy and cleansing dressing for wounds. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, February 15, 2005: US06855135 (306 worldwide citation)

A wound dressing member is provided for use in a vacuum bandage connected to a vacuum source. The wound dressing member is also provided for use with a wound having a wound surface. The wound dressing member includes a wound facing surface adapted to be in contact with and generally conform to the w ...


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James Robert Risk Jr, Robert Petrosenko, Alan Wayne Henley, Ronald Leslie Sanderson: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, June 29, 2004: US06755807 (302 worldwide citation)

A control system for use with a vacuum bandage over a wound includes a vacuum pump, a waste canister operably coupled to the pump, and a fluid source. The canister is coupled to the bandage such that, when a vacuum is applied to the canister, the vacuum is applied to the bandage. The fluid source is ...


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Daniel J Ulrich, Matthew W Weismiller, Tom Scott, Bob Jennings, Julie Myers, Joe Novak: Bed status information system for hospital beds. Hill Rom, Barnes & Thornburg, December 16, 1997: US05699038 (285 worldwide citation)

A bed status information system for indicating to attending personnel the status of a patient bed includes bed condition input signal generators carried by the bed and coupled to operational elements on the bed, which have one or more monitorable conditions. The signal generators are operable to mon ...


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Dennis Gallant, James C Harnden, Julie E Myers, Daniel J Ulrich: Patient/nurse call system. Hill Rom, Wood Herron & Evans L, November 17, 1998: US05838223 (270 worldwide citation)

A patient/nurse call system for a hospital includes patient stations capable of generating hospital calls and a remote master station which prioritizes and stores the calls. Hall units outside patient rooms identify the rooms from which the calls originate and the type of call. Each patient station ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko: Vented vacuum bandage with irrigation for wound healing and method. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, March 27, 2007: US07195624 (256 worldwide citation)

A ventilated bandage system is provided for use with a wound. The system includes a bandage positioned adjacent the wound to create a sealed environment around the wound. A vacuum source of the system is in communication with the bandage to create negative pressure between the bandage and the wound. ...


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Matthew W Weismiller, Joseph A Kummer, Peter M Wukusick, Gregory W Branson, Kenneth L Kramer, Stephen R Schulte, Philip D Palermo, James M C Thomas, Daniel F Dlugos Jr, Jay T Butterbrodt, David J Ulrich, David A Albersmeyer, Jason C Brooke, Eric R Meyer, John D Miller, John W Ruehl: Chair bed. Hill Rom, Barnes & Thornburg, February 10, 1998: US05715548 (256 worldwide citation)

A bed including a frame, an articulating deck on the frame having head, seat, and foot deck sections, and a mattress on the deck. The deck foot section and mattress foot portion have a first length when the foot section is in the up position and a second length shorter than said first length when th ...


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James R Risk Jr, Robert Petrosenko: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, November 30, 2004: US06824533 (254 worldwide citation)

A control unit is adapted for use with a vacuum wound bandage. The control unit has a canister to collect waste material from the vacuum wound bandage, a fluid source to irrigate the wound, and a door to at least partially cover the fluid source.