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MACPHEE MARTIN J, DROHAN WILLIAM N, BEALL DAWSON, FRIEDMAN STANLEY A, TUTHILL DAVID, BAYER VLADISLAV: BANDAGE HEMOSTATIQUE MULTICOUCHES, HEMOSTATIC SANDWICH BANDAGE. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS, THE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS, MBM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, September 29, 2009: CA2295609

The present invention relates to a haemostatic multilayer bandage that comprises preferably a thrombin layer between two fibrinogen layers. The dressing may contain other resorbable materials such as glycolic acid or lactic acid based polymers or copolymers. The inventive haemostatic sandwich bandag ...


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Syring Ralph, Hornblower Marne, Meryman Harod T: Conservation prolongee des hematies, Prolonged storage of red blood cells. The American National Red Cross, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, May 30, 1989: CA1254838

ABSTRACT The present invention discloses a hypotonicsuspension medium and a method for prolonged storage ofred blood cells at about 4�C. The suspension mediumcomprises about 80-150 mM glucose, 30-80 mM mannitol,6-90 mM potassium citrate, 1-5 mM adenine and 10-200 mMammonium chloride or acetate in an ...


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Greisler Howard P, Nunez Hernan A, Drohan William N, Burgess Wilson H, Maciag Thomas: Compositions contenant un produit qui protege les tissus et un facteur de croissance, qui accelerent la cicatrisation des blessures, Tissue sealant and growth factor containing compositions that promote accelerated wound healing. Greisler Howard P, The American National Red Cross, The American National Red Cross, Loyola University Of Chicago, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, June 11, 1992: CA2097063

This invention provides a growth factor-supplemented tissue sealant and methods for using said sealant to promote wound healing, endothelialization of vascular protheses and the in vitro proliferation and differentiation of animal cells. In particular, this invention provides fibrin glue that is sup ...


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Meryman Harold T, Hornblower Marne, Syring Ralph L: Methode demmagasinage de globules rouges et maintien prolonge de concentrations cellulaires dadenosine biphosphate et du 2,3-diphosphoglycrate, Procedure for storing red cells with prolonged maintenance of cellular concentrations of atp and 2,3 dpg. The American National Red Cross, The American National Red Cross, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, April 18, 1991: CA2067134

This invention provides an improved method for prolonging the shelf life of transfusible red blood cells by decreasing theeffective osmolality of the suspending solution and increasing the intracellular pH of the cells prior to storage thereof. This invention also provides methods whereby the intrac ...


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Fahy Gregory M, Khirabadi Bijan S: Appareil et methode de perfusion de cryoprotecteur assistee par ordinateur, Computer controlled cryoprotectant perfusion apparatus and method. The American National Red Cross, American National Red Cross, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLSRL, January 21, 1993: CA2113119

A computer-controlled apparatus and method for perfusing a biological organ, such as a heart, kidney, liver, etc. The ap-paratus comprises a plurality of fluid reservoirs and an organ container for holding the biological organ. A first fluid flow path is defined as a loop from the plurality of reser ...


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Lysaght Michael J, Stromberg Robert R, Friedman Leonard I, Boggs Daniel R, Ritger Philip L: Systeme et methode mobiles et autonomes de collecte du sang, Mobile, self-contained blood collection system and method. The American National Red Cross, Baxter International, SIM & MCBURNEY, February 4, 1992: CA1295199

Abstract of the Disclosure MOBILE, SELF-CONTAINED BLOOD COLLECTION APPARATUS AND METHOD Methods and systems for collection of blood components,such as plasma, from donors are provided. One method includes thesteps of collecting a unit of whole blood from a donor; forcingthe collected blood unit thro ...


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G M Fahy, B Khirabadi, R Okouchi: Methods of preparing organs for cryopreservation and subsequent transplantation. The American National Red Cross, CHEN WENQING, October 22, 1997: CN95195669

The invention relates to the field of organ and tissue perfusion. More particularly, the present invention relates to a method for preparing organs, such as the kidney and liver, for cryopreservation through the introduction of vitrifiable concentrations of cryoprotectant into them. To prepare the o ...


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