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Samuel Loshaek: Ultraviolet absorbing corneal contact lenses. Wesley Jessen, Warrick E Lee Jr, Vincent H Gifford, Bruce M Eisen, December 8, 1981: US04304895 (130 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to ultraviolet absorbing lenses, particularly corneal contact lenses, comprising a polymeric shaped body having an ultraviolet absorber dispersed substantially uniformly throughout said body and being in a steady state with respect to extraction thereof from said body by an aq ...


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Julius Z Knapp: Color-imparting contact lenses. Schering Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, April 15, 1986: US04582402 (88 worldwide citation)

A colored contact lens comprising a pupil section and an iris section. A colored, opaque, intermittent pattern is deposited over the entire iris section, but a substantial portion within the interstices of the pattern is left uncolored. The lens is capable of coloring the iris of the wearer, yet per ...


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Richard L Jahnke: Colored contact lens having very natural appearance. Wesley Jessen Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, May 9, 1995: US05414477 (74 worldwide citation)

A colored contact lens having a very natural appearance is disclosed. The inventive lens has a non-opaque pupil section and iris section that is at least partially opaque and comprised of two portions. A first portion, generally located on the outside of the iris section, has a first shade. A second ...


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Samuel Loshaek: Pigment colored contact lenses and method for making same. Schering Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, May 26, 1987: US04668240 (66 worldwide citation)

Colored contact lenses are produced by providing a contact lens constructed of polymer and coating at least a portion of the lens with coloring substance and binding polymer. The lens and binding polymers are bonded to each other by the reaction of functional groups selected from at least one of --C ...


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Samuel Loshaek: Ultraviolet absorbing lenses. Schering Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, Vincent H Gifford, Bruce M Eisen, June 28, 1983: US04390676 (66 worldwide citation)

An ultraviolet absorbing lens for use by aphakics formed by copolymerizing a monomer suitable for making lenses and a copolymerizable ultraviolet absorber for absorbing radiation having wavelength of 340 to 450 mmu.


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Julius Z Knapp: Stopper for sterile fluid containers. Schering Corporation, John J Maitner, Warrick E Lee Jr, Stephen I Miller, January 13, 1987: US04635807 (63 worldwide citation)

A stopper for holding fluid in a container comprising a body of vulcanized elastomer having a convex surface, and, laminated to the convex surface without adhesive, a thin layer of thermoplastic, which forms a surface intended to contact the fluid and a side of an opening in the container.


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Donald M Chipman, Ray D Bales: Method and apparatus for safely destroying aerosol containers. Plough, Warrick E Lee Jr, Vincent H Gifford, Bruce M Eisen, September 14, 1982: US04349054 (57 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for safely destroying aerosol containers are disclosed. The movement of the container is restrained. Inert media is disposed about a point of puncture, and the container is punctured at the point of puncture.


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Julius Z Knapp: Process for manufacturing colored contact lenses. Schering Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, November 3, 1987: US04704017 (56 worldwide citation)

A process for manufacturing colored contact lenses and the lens manufactured by the process. A transparent contact lens having a central pupil section and a surrounding iris section has a colorant applied in a pattern to the entire iris section such that at least about ten percent of surface of the ...


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Manfred K Hegemann, Edward J Drozd Jr: Hand held metered spray dispenser. Schering Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, September 20, 1988: US04771769 (49 worldwide citation)

A hand held metered spray dispenser including a housing, a nozzle on said housing, a fluid container in said housing, an orifice in said housing, and a converting means pivotal to said housing for converting a manual force applied through the orifice along a manual force axis to a force moving said ...


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Thomas J Ambrosio, Henry J Buchman, Joseph J Rogus, Henry R Sochon: Prefilled disposable syringe. Schering Corporation, Warrick E Lee Jr, Vincent H Gifford, Bruce M Eisen, March 2, 1982: US04317446 (41 worldwide citation)

A prefilled disposable syringe having a barrel, hub, and needle with a plunger rod/protector attached to the outer surface of the barrel near the hub by flexible protrusions from the inner surface of the plunger rod/protector. The flexible protrusions frictionally engage the outer surface.