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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 (413 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 (377 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 (370 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 (290 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 (290 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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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko: Vented vacuum bandage with irrigation for wound healing and method. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, March 27, 2007: US07195624 (245 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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James R Risk Jr, Robert Petrosenko: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, November 30, 2004: US06824533 (245 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.


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Alan Wayne Henley, Robert Petrosenko, James Robert Risk Jr, Ronald Leslie Sanderson: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, October 5, 2004: US06800074 (226 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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Timothy D Wildman, Dennis J Gallant, Phill Hausman: Hygiene monitoring system. Hill Rom Services, Bose McKinney & Evans, April 27, 2004: US06727818 (215 worldwide citation)

A method of monitoring hygiene compliance is provided. The method comprises the steps of receiving first location information which tracks movement and handwashing information, determining whether a person who has entered a patient contact zone has washed her hands since her most recent exposure to ...


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Williams F Collins Jr, James Maurice Allen, Keith A Huster, Carl W Riley, Patricia Anne Glidewell, Irvin J Vanderpohl, Richard J Schuman, Christopher A Mathura: Configurable system for alerting caregivers. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, January 15, 2008: US07319386 (210 worldwide citation)

A system that monitors various conditions of a plurality of hospital beds located in different rooms of a healthcare facility is provided. Alternatively or additionally, other types of equipment may be monitored by the system. Various configurations of network interface units that are coupleable to ...