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William J Ward, Joanne Shorthouse: Adhesive dressing for retaining a cannula on the skin. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, July 17, 1990: US04941882 (593 worldwide citation)

A dressing for retaining a cannula on the skin is described. The dressing comprises a backing film coated on one face with an adhesive layer and with first and second release sheets covering the adhesive layer. A hole and a dividing line are cut through the dressing and second release sheet so that ...


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David F Webster: Wound dressing. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, May 12, 1987: US04664662 (514 worldwide citation)

An absorbent, non-adherent wound dressing suitable for use in deep and cavernous wounds is described. The dressing comprises an absorbent material in the form of individual pieces of a conformable, resilient, absorbent hydrophilic foam retained within a porous bag formed from a perforated polymeric ...


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Stephen M Lang, David F Webster: Medicated, low adherency wound dressings. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Roseman & Colin, September 15, 1992: US05147338 (115 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to the manufacture and use of absorptive wound dressings for treatment of burns and other wounds wherein the dressing has a reduced tendency to adhere to the wound and can act as a bacterial barrier. The wound dressing is comprised of a wound facing layer, an interm ...


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Patrick L Blott: Medicating impressed film wound dressing. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, February 5, 1991: US04990144 (103 worldwide citation)

A non-adherent wound dressing comprising a film which contains depressions over the wound contacting area of the dressing is described. The depressions contain a viscous pharmaceutical composition which is suitable for topical application to the skin and which preferably contains from 1 to 12.5% by ...


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Andrew J Carter: Contoured film. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, January 17, 1989: US04798604 (87 worldwide citation)

A water permeable, contoured, polymeric film which is apertured and which contains a pattern of raised areas. The film is formed from elastomeric polymer, preferably a blend of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer with incompatible polymer. The numbers of apertures and raised areas contained in the film ...


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William D Potter, David A Rawlings: Surgical adhesive dressing. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, June 17, 1986: US04595001 (86 worldwide citation)

A surgical dressing which consists essentially of a film which carries an adhesive layer for securing the dressing to the body characterized in that (a) the film is continuous and comprises a polymer which in contact with water has a higher MVP than when in contact with moisture vapor but not water, ...


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William D Potter: Electrochemical sensor employing a gas-permeable hydrophilic polyurethane membrane. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, August 13, 1985: US04534355 (75 worldwide citation)

A device for use in determining blood gas which employs a membrane of material permeable to blood gas to be determined characterized in that the membrane is hydrophilic polyurethane is described.


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Peter W Berry: Elastic bandages. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, November 15, 1983: US04414970 (73 worldwide citation)

Moisture vapor transmitting elastic bandages which comprise an inner layer of fabric and an outer layer of fabric bonded to a central layer characterized in that the central layer comprises an elastomeric film are described.


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Michael Horlington: Pharmaceutical compositions. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, January 10, 1984: US04425346 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions adapted for topical administration to the eye and to their preparation and use. More specifically this invention relates to anti-glaucoma ophthalmic compositions containing tetraazabicyclic compounds of the formula: ##STR1## wherein R.sup. ...


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Ronald Lloyd, Peter J Metcalfe: Moisture vapor transmitting film of polyurethane blended with an incompatible polymer. Smith and Nephew Associated Companies, Jacobs & Jacobs, June 5, 1984: US04452845 (63 worldwide citation)

A moisture vapor transmitting film comprising a blend of polyurethane and an incompatible polymer characterized in that the incompatible polymer forms a discrete phase within a continuous matrix of polyurethane and that said film contains voids and processes for the manufacture thereof.