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Richard C Vogel, David M Tumey, Susan P Morris, L Tab Randolph: Therapeutic method for treating ulcers. KCI Licensing, Wayne J Colton, October 24, 2000: US06135116 (709 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for providing concurrent applications of intermittent pneumatic compression therapy and vacuum assisted closure therapy generally comprises a wound dressing for introduction of a negative pressure into a wound on a patient's foot and a foot wrap for application of positive, co ...


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Glenn B Bell, Ronald B Hicks: Patient interface system. KCI Licensing, December 10, 2002: US06493568 (656 worldwide citation)

A patient interface system integral with a critical care bed for allowing the acquisition, analysis, display, and conveyance of patient-related data from a variety of transducers. The system is adapted to recognize and interpret each type of signal being received, despite the type and/or make of the ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment. KCI Licensing, Nadeem G Bridi, April 29, 2003: US06553998 (638 worldwide citation)

A wound therapy combination comprising a suction head and a surgical drape. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow chan ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment. KCI Licensing, November 9, 2004: US06814079 (627 worldwide citation)

A wound therapy combination comprising a suction head and a surgical drape. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow chan ...


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David M Tumey, L Tab Randolph: Wound healing foot wrap. KCI Licensing, December 3, 2002: US06488643 (578 worldwide citation)

A medical wrap for the promotion of diabetic and like wound healing generally comprises a multi-layered sheet structure for removable application to a patient's foot, said sheet structure having interposed therein an integral bladder; an inlet for fluid inflation of said bladder; and said sheet ...


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Stephen K Bubb, David S Zamierowski: Tissue closure treatment system, patient interface and method. KCI Licensing, Mark E Brown, August 30, 2005: US06936037 (342 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure treatment system and method are provided with an external patient interface. A first fluid transfer component FTC.1 comprises a strip of porous material, such as rayon, with liquid wicking properties. FTC.1 can be placed directly on a suture line for transferring fluid exuded theret ...


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Cesar Z Lina, Keith Heaton, Royce Johnson: Wound therapy device. KCI Licensing, Michelle Evans, Gunn Lee & Hanor P C, February 24, 2004: US06695823 (330 worldwide citation)

A wound closure apparatus having a housing that contains a vacuum pump and a chamber for holding a disposable wound fluid collection canister. The canister resides within the chamber and connects at an outlet with the vacuum pump at an inlet with a porous wound pad. The pad is placed over or within ...


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Thomas A Boynton, Teryl Blane Sanders, Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt, Mark Stephen James Beard, David M Tumey, L Tab Randolph: Negative pressure assisted tissue treatment system. KCI Licensing, February 28, 2006: US07004915 (280 worldwide citation)

A system for stimulating the healing of tissue comprises a porous pad positioned within a wound cavity, and an airtight dressing secured over the pad, so as to provide an airtight seal to the wound cavity. A proximal end of a conduit is connectable to the dressing. A distal end of the conduit is con ...


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Stephen K Bubb, David S Zamierowski: Tissue closure treatment system and method with externally-applied patient interface. KCI Licensing, Mark E Brown, October 4, 2005: US06951553 (277 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure treatment system and method are provided with an external patient interface. A first fluid transfer component FTC.1 comprises a strip of porous material, such as rayon, with liquid wicking properties. FTC.1 can be placed directly on a suture line for transferring fluid exuded theret ...


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Royce Johnson, David Tumey: Biocompatible wound dressing. KCI Licensing, July 4, 2006: US07070584 (268 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible wound dressing comprised of a pad for insertion substantially into a wound site and a wound drape for sealing enclosure of the foam pad at the wound site. The pad, comprised of a foam or other like material having relatively few open cells in contact with the areas upon which cell gr ...