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Wheeler Larry M: Medical-surgical dressing for burns and the like. Parke Davis & Company, March 14, 1972: US3648692 (530 worldwide citation)

A medical-surgical dressing is provided for topical application as a conforming cover for the therapy and protection of burns and the like. The dressing which has a porous laminated construction includes a facing layer of thrombogenic open-cell foam material and a coextensive gas-permeable backing. ...


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Creger Paul L: 2,2-dimethyl- -aryloxy-alkanoic acids and salts and esters thereof. Parke Davis & Company, July 4, 1972: US3674836 (116 worldwide citation)

A series of 2,2-dimethyl-.omega.-phenoxyalkanoic acids and 2,2-dimethyl-.omega.-(disubstituted phenoxy)alkanoic acids having 3 to 6 methylene groups between the phenoxy group or 0 phenoxy group and the carbon atom substituted by two methyl groups; and their salts and esters. The compounds reduce ser ...


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Cook Roy G, Jackson James P: Disposable absorbent articles. Parke Davis & Company, June 10, 1975: US3888257 (91 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article is provided, such as a diaper, underpad, sanitary napkin or similar article, in which a central zone of a matrix of fiberized wood pulp incorporates a three-dimensional dispersion of hydrocolloid polymer particles. The absorbent article is designed for fast and efficie ...


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Colburn Walter E, Trowern Jr Howard M, Kerfoot Jr Franklin W: System for remote control of package-dispensing station. Parke Davis & Company, December 25, 1973: US3780907 (58 worldwide citation)

A system for the remote control of a plurality of package-dispensing units is disclosed, wherein a data card and card dialer cooperate with a control station interface unit to transmit data across a telephone system network to a receiving station, where the data is operated on by a receiving station ...


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Creger Paul L: Pharmaceutical compositions and methods. Parke Davis & Company, December 30, 1975: US3930024 (57 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical compositions comprising a pharmaceutical carrier and a .beta.,.beta.,.beta.'.beta.'-tetramethylalkanediol having a total of 14 to 18 carbon atoms, or an ester of such an alkanediol. Methods for the lowering of serum triglyceride and cholesterol levels by administering a .beta.,.beta., ...


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Controulis John, Larsen Kenneth N, Wheeler Larry M: Water-soluble package. Parke Davis & Company, July 16, 1974: US3823816 (55 worldwide citation)

A water-soluble package is provided in the form of a hard shell capsule filled with powder, granules, or the like. The capsule shell is apertured, and the apertures or holes are covered over by a water-soluble barrier film which seals the holes and blocks any escape of the contents from the shell. T ...


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Steven Michael Klapp: Medicament-dispensing package. Parke Davis & Company, David B Ehrlinger, George M Richards, Stephen Raines, May 3, 1977: US04020839 (54 worldwide citation)

A medicament-dispensing package for use with a parenteral solution container, including an open-ended transfer tube having a spike at one end and a bi-functional dispensing or loading configuration at the other end, a closure for a medicament container having a transfer chamber rotatably engageable ...


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Yakutaro Okajima: Enteric capsules. Parke Davis & Company, David B Ehrlinger, Stephen Raines, February 6, 1979: US04138013 (43 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical capsules with telescopically engaged body and cap portions, also known as hard shell capsules, having enteric properties. The capsule body and cap portions are formed by dip-molding using a homogeneous film-forming mixture comprising (1) hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and an ammonium s ...


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Eric George, Eddie Park, Paul A Altieri, Charles W Paul: Biodegradable compositions comprising starch and alkenol polymers. Parke Davis & Company, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, February 28, 1995: US05393804 (40 worldwide citation)

There is provided a biodegradable composition as obtained from a melt comprising converted starch, a plasticizer and at least one member selected from alkenol homopolymers and/or alkenol copolymers which are combined under conditions sufficient to ensure uniform melt formation, in which the at least ...


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Buchanan Robert A: Blood transfer device. Parke Davis & Company, June 22, 1971: US3585984 (38 worldwide citation)

A blood transfer device for veni-puncture and the like is provided having a double-pointed cannula, a main chamber for loading and reloading cartridges, and a pilot chamber separated from the main chamber by a resilient collapsible cannula sheath. When the device is used and the cannula is correctly ...