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Dean Laurin, James Stupar: Antimicrobial compositions. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, John A Caruso, Kay H Pierce, July 29, 1986: US04603152 (269 worldwide citation)

Antimicrobial compositions finding particular utility for coating access systems, lead devices including shunts, cannulae, catheters, catheter adapters, wires and other solid or hollow tubular devices used for a variety of medical purposes is provided. The composition comprises a material selected f ...


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Dean Laurin, James Stupar: Antimicrobial compositions. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Paul C Flattery, John A Caruso, June 30, 1987: US04677143 (143 worldwide citation)

Antimicrobial compositions finding particular utility for coating access systems, lead devices including shunts, cannulae, catheters, catheter adapters, wires and other solid or hollow tubular devices used for a variety of medical purposes is provided. The composition comprises a material selected f ...


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Larry A Rosenbaum, William Anderson, Lecon Woo, Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Multi-layered polymer structure for medical products. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, December 7, 1999: US05998019 (60 worldwide citation)

A multiple layer structure comprising a skin layer composed of a polypropylene copolymer with styrene ethylene-butene styrene block copolymer within a range of 0-20% by weight skin layer, and, a radio frequency ("RF") susceptible layer adhered to the skin layer. The RF layer has a first component of ...


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Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Lecon Woo, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, William Anderson, Larry A Rosenbaum, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Polymeric compositions for medical packaging and devices. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, December 15, 1998: US05849843 (42 worldwide citation)

Multiple component polymer compositions for fabrication into articles. In particular, polymeric compositions comprising a heat resistant polymer; a radio frequency ("RF") susceptible polymer; a compatibilizing polymer; the composition having physical properties within the range a=70%; c1.0; e=0.05; ...


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Larry A Rosenbaum, William Anderson, Lecon Woo, Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Multi-layered polymer based thin film structure for medical grade products. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, July 17, 2001: US06261655 (41 worldwide citation)

A multiple layer structure comprising a skin layer composed of a polypropylene copolymer with styrene ethylene-butene styrene block copolymer within a range of 0-20% by weight skin layer, and, a radio frequency (“RF”) susceptible layer adhered to the skin layer. The RF layer has a first component of ...


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Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Lecon Woo, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, William Anderson, Larry A Rosenbaum, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Polymeric compositions for medical packaging and devices. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, November 11, 1997: US05686527 (39 worldwide citation)

Multiple component polymer compositions for fabrication into articles. In particular, polymeric compositions comprising a heat resistant polymer; a radio frequency ("RF") susceptible polymer; a compatibilizing polymer; the composition having physical properties within the range a=70%; c1.0; e=0.05; ...


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Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Lecon Woo, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, William Anderson, Larry A Rosenbaum, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Polymeric compositions for medical packaging and devices. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, June 4, 2002: US06399704 (37 worldwide citation)

Multiple component polymer compositions for fabrication into articles. In particular, polymeric compositions comprising a heat resistant polymer; a radio frequency (“RF”) susceptible polymer; and a compatibilizing polymer.


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Larry A Rosenbaum, William Anderson, Lecon Woo, Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Multi-layered polymer based thin film structure for medical grade products. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, January 2, 2001: US06168862 (35 worldwide citation)

A multiple layer structure comprising a skin layer composed of a polypropylene copolymer with styrene ethylene-butene styrene block copolymer within a range of 0-20% by weight skin layer, and, a radio frequency (“RF”) susceptible layer adhered to the skin layer. The RF layer has a first component of ...


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Dean Laurin, Angeles Lillian Buan, Lecon Woo, Michael T K Ling, Yuan Pang Samuel Ding, William Anderson, Larry A Rosenbaum, Denise S Hayward, Joseph P Hoppesch, Gregg Nebgen, Stanley Westphal: Polymeric compositions for medical packaging and devices. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, December 29, 1998: US05854347 (25 worldwide citation)

Multiple component polymer compositions for fabrication into articles. In particular, polymeric compositions comprising a heat resistant polymer; a radio frequency ("RF") susceptible polymer; a compatibilizing polymer; the composition having physical properties within the range a=70%; c1.0; e=0.05; ...


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Lecon Woo, Ying Lo, Michael T K Ling, Dean Laurin, Byron Gleason, Lillian A Buan, William D Johnston: Method and compositions that render materials RF responsive. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Paul C Flattery, Amy L H Rockwell, July 8, 1997: US05645904 (12 worldwide citation)

The coating of a RF active material on a non-RF active substrate material of typical thickness for packaging purposes, can generate sufficient thermal energy to effect strong bonding of the substrate materials. The RF active material may be deposited on less than the entire inner surface area of the ...