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Bruce D Martin, Thomas L Wiesemann, John D Shoemaker Jr: Personal hygiene articles for absorbing fluids. International Paper Company, Luedeka Neely & Graham P C, May 16, 2000: US06063982 (38 worldwide citation)

A personal hygiene article having an increased capacity for absorbing fluids is disclosed. The article contains a surface layer containing at least one fluid permeable material and a sublayer containing at least about 10 wt. % of a fluffed wood pulp for retaining fluids. Articles of the invention ha ...


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Bruce D Martin, Thomas L Wiesemann, John D Shoemaker Jr: Personal hygiene articles for absorbing fluids. International Paper Company, Luedeka Neely & Graham, June 16, 1998: US05766159 (30 worldwide citation)

A personal hygiene article having an increased capacity for absorbing fluids is disclosed. The article contains a surface layer containing at least one fluid permeable material and a sublayer containing at least about 10 wt. % of a fluffed wood pulp for retaining fluids. Articles of the invention ha ...


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Raymond Paul Oberleitner, John E Marxer, Ward J Sly, Patricia M Stanley, Gregory Worsnick, Kurt J Weimer, Bruce D Martin, Mary Beth B Henderson, Bradley K Onstad: Endoscope reprocessing and sterilization system. Minntech Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, May 30, 2000: US06068815 (28 worldwide citation)

A system for reprocessing and sterilizing a previously used endoscope having at least one lumen is disclosed. The reprocessing system includes a reaction chamber into which individual chemical components of a sterilant are transferred by pneumatic force. The system includes a central processor which ...


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Raymond Paul Oberleitner, John E Marxer, Ward J Sly, Patricia M Stanley, Gregory Worsnick, Kurt J Weimer, Bruce D Martin, Mary Beth Henderson, Bradley K Onstad: Endoscope reprocessing and sterilization system. Minntech Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, July 1, 2003: US06585934 (15 worldwide citation)

A system for reprocessing and sterilizing a previously used endoscope having at least one lumen is disclosed. The reprocessing system includes a reaction chamber into which individual chemical components of a sterilant are transferred by pneumatic force. The system includes a central processor which ...


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Raymond Paul Oberleitner, John E Marxer, Ward J Sly, Patricia M Stanley, Gregory Worsnick, Kurt J Weimer, Bruce D Martin, Mary Beth B Henderson, Bradley K Onstad: Endoscope reprocessing and sterilization system. Minntech Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, June 13, 2006: US07061597 (8 worldwide citation)

A system for reprocessing and sterilizing a previously used endoscope having at least one lumen is disclosed. The reprocessing system includes a reaction chamber into which individual chemical components of a sterilant are transferred by pneumatic force. The system includes a central processor which ...


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Raymond Paul Oberleitner, John E Marxer, Ward J Sly, Patricia M Stanley, Gregory Worsnick, Kurt J Weimer, Bruce D Martin, Mary Beth B Henderson, Bradley K Onstad: Endoscope reprocessing and sterilization system. Minntech Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, November 7, 2002: US20020163636-A1

A system for reprocessing and sterilizing a previously used endoscope having at least one lumen is disclosed. The reprocessing system includes a reaction chamber into which individual chemical components of a sterilant are transferred by pneumatic force. The system includes a central processor which ...