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Pamela A Howard, Eben Howard: Wound dressing system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, February 24, 2004: US06695824 (202 worldwide citation)

The invention preferably is a wound dressing system having a dressing and an irrigation system in communication with the dressing. The dressing preferably includes a first layer for contacting the wound/injury site of a patient and a second layer that has a backing layer. The backing layer preferabl ...


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Jean A Setterstrom, John E Van Hamont, Robert H Reid, Elliot Jacob, Ramasubbu Jeyanthi, Edgar C Boedeker, Charles E McQueen, Daniel L Jarboe, Frederick Cassels, William Brown, Curt Thies, Thomas R Tice, F Donald Roberts, Phil Friden: Therapeutic treatment and prevention of infections with a bioactive materials encapsulated within a biodegradable-biocompatible polymeric matrix. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Caroline Nash, Elizabeth Arwine, October 30, 2001: US06309669 (193 worldwide citation)

Novel burst-free, sustained release biocompatible and biodegrable microcapsules which can be programmed to release their active core for variable durations ranging from 1-100 days in an aqueous physiological environment. The microcapsules are comprised of a core of polypeptide or other biologically ...


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John M Shepherd, Steven C Walker: Method for monitoring arterial oxygen saturation. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, Charles H Harris, July 17, 2001: US06263223 (123 worldwide citation)

A method for taking reflectance oximeter readings within the nasal cavity and oral cavity and down through the posterior pharynx. The method utilizes a reflectance pulse oximeter sensor that preferably is resistant to bodily fluids to contact one of these capillary beds for the taking of readings an ...


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Steven C Walker, John M Shepherd, John G Alexander: Pulse oximeter sensor combined with a combination oropharyngeal airway and bite block. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, Charles H Harris, July 3, 2001: US06256524 (121 worldwide citation)

A combined oropharyngeal airway/bite block is disclosed having pulse oximeter sensor elements capable of monitoring the posterior pharynx, the soft palate, the hard palate, and the buccal surface. The oropharyngeal airway portion has a thickened wall to house the pulse oximeter sensor elements and p ...


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Steven C Walker, John G Alexander, John M Shepherd: Pacifier pulse oximeter sensor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, October 22, 2002: US06470200 (114 worldwide citation)

A pacifier pulse oximeter sensor includes pulse oximeter sensor elements located within the nipple of a pacifier. The pulse oximeter sensor elements may be completely within the nipple material, embedded within the nipple material, nested within the nipple material, or adjacent to the nipple materia ...


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Steven C Walker, John M Shepherd: Disposable pulse oximeter assembly and protective cover therefor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, Charles H Harris, June 26, 2001: US06253098 (113 worldwide citation)

This invention is a protective covering to protect off-the-shelf disposable pulse oximeter sensors from bodily or surgical fluids. The protective covering will envelop and encase the inserted pulse oximeter sensor up to a point on the connection cable extending from the pulse oximeter sensor. The pr ...


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Steven C Walker, John M Shepherd: Self-piercing pulse oximeter sensor assembly. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, Charles H Harris, November 7, 2000: US06144867 (110 worldwide citation)

A self-piercing pulse oximeter sensor is provided for attachment to subject, e.g., an individual or an animal. The device includes a flexible pulse oximeter sensor, an earring post, and a grommet. The earring post may be used as a piercing device if there is not a pierced body part suitable for atta ...


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Steven C Walker, John M Shepherd, John G Alexander: Nasopharyngeal airway with reflectance pulse oximeter sensor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, Charles H Harris, July 24, 2001: US06266547 (96 worldwide citation)

A combined nasopharyngeal airway and pulse oximeter sensor capable of monitoring the posterior pharynx, posterior soft palate or nasal mucosa is disclosed. The nasopharyngeal airway includes a thickened wall section over approximately one-third of its circumference. Pulse oximeter sensor elements ma ...


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Jean A Setterstrom, Thomas R Tice, Elliot Jacob, Robert H Reid, John van Hamont, Edgar C Boedecker, Ramassubbu Jeyanthi, Phil Friden, F Donald Roberts, Charles E McQueen, Apurba Bhattacharjee, Alan Cross, Jerald Sadoff, Wendell Zollinger: Therapeutic treatment and prevention of infections with a bioactive material(s) encapuslated within a biodegradable-bio-compatable polymeric matrix. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, John Francis Moran, Charles H Harris, June 7, 2005: US06902743 (89 worldwide citation)

Novel burst-free, sustained release biocompatible and biodegrable microcapsules which can be programmed to release their active core for variable durations ranging from 1-100 days in an aqueous physiological environment. The microcapsules are comprised of a core of polypeptide or other biologically ...


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Noelle Christine Vook, Elliott Jacob, Jean A Setterstrom, John van Hamont, William Vaughan, Ha Duong: Sustained release hydrophobic bioactive PLGA microspheres. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Elizabeth Arwine, Charles H Harris, John Francis Moran, September 10, 2002: US06447796 (60 worldwide citation)

A controlled release microcapsulate pharmaceutical formulation for burst-free, sustained, programmable release of hydrophocib bioactive agent over a duration from 24 hours to 100 days comprising: and a blend of end-capped uncapped biocompatible, biodegradable poly(lactide/glycolide).