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Edward D Riley, Ansgar Brossard: Sterilization container. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, April 17, 2001: US06217835 (121 worldwide citation)

A sterilization container for medical instruments includes a receptacle with a bottom wall and an open top, there being a multiplicity of vent openings in the bottom wall. The receptacle has a cover movable between a closed position wherein the cover closes the open top of the receptacle and an open ...


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Edward D Riley: Sterilization tray system for surgical instruments. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, July 30, 1996: US05540901 (63 worldwide citation)

A modular sterilization tray system for medical instruments comprises a rigid, substantially rectangular case having a pair of opposite side walls, a pair of opposite end walls and a bottom wall. A plurality of vertical columns of vertically spaced apart uniform size holes are formed in the case sid ...


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Edward D Riley: Modular sterilization tray system for medical instruments. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, June 13, 1995: US05424048 (46 worldwide citation)

A modular sterilization tray system for medical instruments comprises a rigid, substantially rectangular case having a pair of opposite side walls, a pair of opposite end walls and a bottom wall. A plurality of vertical columns of vertically spaced apart uniform size holes are formed in the case sid ...


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Edward D Riley: Container for flash sterilization. Riley Medical Incorporated, Cesari and McKenna, May 31, 1988: US04748003 (43 worldwide citation)

A sterilization container is provided with relatively large top and bottom apertures to allow hot steam to rapidly pervade the interior of the container through the top while flushing cool air out the bottom. The apertures are provided with pressure actuated valves with large cross sections to minim ...


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Edward D Riley: Thermally conductive sterilization tray. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, March 16, 1999: US05882612 (37 worldwide citation)

A sterilization tray is constructed primarily of a single stamped metal part which forms the bottom wall and at least two opposite side walls of the tray. The side walls of the tray are joined by end closures which form the end walls of the tray. In one tray embodiment, the end closures are plastic ...


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Edward D Riley: Variably stackable sterilization tray system. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, John F McKenna, April 5, 2005: US06874634 (36 worldwide citation)

A tray system composed of a vertical stack of trays especially adapted to contain, and protect surgical instruments being carried from a sterilizer to an operating site. The trays may have various heights and be arranged in any order in the stack. Each tray includes a plurality of latches, each latc ...


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Edward D Riley, Ansgar Brossard: Sterilization container. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, April 11, 2000: US06048503 (31 worldwide citation)

A sterilization container for medical instruments includes a receptacle with a bottom wall and an open top, there being a multiplicity of vent openings in the bottom wall. The receptacle has a cover movable between a closed position wherein the cover closes the open top of the receptacle and an open ...


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Edward D Riley: Surgical instrument retention bracket. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, October 28, 1997: US05681539 (28 worldwide citation)

A bracket for fixating medical instruments or other articles includes a base member with a plurality of spaced-apart fingers extending up from the base member. A recess is formed in a side wall of at least one finger, which recess faces the adjacent finger. Also, a sheath engages around each finger ...


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Edward D Riley: Safety clasp assembly for covered containers. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, January 13, 1998: US05706968 (17 worldwide citation)

A safety clasp for locking a cover to a container includes a rocker and an axle pivotally connecting the rocker to the cover. A slider is positioned between the axle and the cover and is slidable along the cover in a direction generally perpendicular to the axle between a locked position wherein a p ...


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Edward D Riley: Latch assembly for covered containers. Riley Medical, Cesari and McKenna, April 29, 2003: US06554327 (15 worldwide citation)

A latch assembly for securing a cover to a container comprises a base for mounting to the container cover adjacent to an edge thereof, a cover member secured to the base and a slider slidable between the base and cover member between a latched position wherein a portion of the slider interfits with ...