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Donald J Therriault, Robert G Olach, John S Biersteker: Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon & Lungmus, September 5, 1989: US04863449 (550 worldwide citation)

A tubular elastic sheath for a condom catheter, the sheath taking the form of a thin, flexible, cylindrical member of elastic material having inner and outer surfaces and being rolled outwardly upon itself to form a torus having successively larger turns. A thin, flexible, multi-layered tape is inte ...


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Etes Donald E: Composition containing gel. Hollister Incorporated, February 8, 1972: US3640741 (183 worldwide citation)

A new plastic composition which is slow dissolving in aqueous media and can be used to slowly release medication or other additive ingredients in an aqueous environment, which plastic composition is prepared by cross-linking a hydrophilic colloid such as carboxymethyl cellulose gum or alginate gum w ...


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George M Nowak, James A Stupar: Catheter retention device and method. Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, October 13, 1987: US04699616 (140 worldwide citation)

A device for retaining a catheter in place at its point of entry into a patient's body. The device includes a resilient, adhesive barrier pad having an opening intended to be aligned with the fenestration in the body wall, the pad also having an entry slit leading to that opening, and a one-piece mo ...


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George M Nowak: Nasogastric tube holding device. Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, June 12, 1990: US04932943 (136 worldwide citation)

A nasogastric tube holding device having an adhesive pad and a pair of clamping jaws pivotally supported along one edge of the pad. The jaws include adjustable latching means for securely but releasably holding nasogastric tubes in wide ranges of size and durometer and for permitting adjustment in t ...


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Ralph A Meyer, Wagdi W Habib, James A Stupar: Occlusive wound care dressing. Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus & Chestnut, April 19, 1988: US04738257 (129 worldwide citation)

An occlusive dressing for care of skin wounds includes a skin contacting barrier layer and an overlying backing layer. The backing layer is formed from a thin sheet which is stretchable, and the barrier layer is formed from a composition having an elastomeric phase integrated by a cross-linked polym ...


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Marvin E Jensen, Mahmood Mohiuddin: Drainable collection pouch and filter assembly therefor. Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, October 25, 1983: US04411659 (126 worldwide citation)

A collection pouch for use by ostomates, the pouch being drainable to facilitate extended use of the pouch and including a gas venting and filtering assembly having a replaceable deodorizing filter element. A barrier film is disposed within the pouch to protect the filter element from contact with a ...


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Barry L Schneider: Retention device. Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, December 7, 1993: US05267967 (108 worldwide citation)

A retention device, particularly useful for drainage tubes and the like, having a pad for adhesive attachment to a patient's skin at the exit/entry site for a post-surgical drainage tube. The device includes a retainer body secured to the pad and provided with a strap to be looped and tightened abou ...


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Harvey M Nordby, John L Nolan, Bremen I Johnson: Drainage system for incisions or wounds in the body of an animal. Hollister Incorporated, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, May 4, 1976: US03954105 (98 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a combination of a sheet of thin pliable material adapted to be placed in sealing engagement with the skin of a patient in the location of a body opening made by an incision or wound, with the sheet being adapted to have an aperture formed therein to expose the opening, togeth ...


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Barry L Schneider: Drainage tube retention device. Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, December 17, 1991: US05073170 (92 worldwide citation)

A device for releasably retaining a drainage tube in place at its site of exit from a patient's body. The device includes a resilient, adhesive pad for attachment to a patient's skin and a flexible plastic retainer secured to the upper surface of the pad, the retainer including a mounting plate havi ...


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Barry L Schneider, Joseph S Tokarz: Hollister Incorporated, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, January 3, 1989: US04795449 (77 worldwide citation)

A female urinary incontinence device including a periurethral cup having a neck portion with laterally outwardly facing adhesive surfaces for sealingly engaging the inwardly facing surfaces of the labia minora (also the labia majora) to provide an effectively sealed flow path for urinary outflow int ...