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Johann Eibl, Thomas Seelich, Heinz Redl, Georg Habison: Arrangement for applying a tissue adhesive. Immuno Aktiengesellschaft fur Chemisch Medizinische Produkte, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, April 5, 1988: US04735616 (258 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for applying a tissue adhesive based on human or animal proteins, to seamlessly or seam-supportingly connect human or animal tissue or organ parts by uniting with blood-clot-promoting coagulation factors (thrombin). The arrangement includes a plurality of syringe bodies commonly actua ...


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Heinz Redl, Georg Habison: Apparatus for applying a tissue adhesive. Immuno Aktiengesellschaft fur chemisch medizinische Produkte, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, December 23, 1986: US04631055 (247 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an arrangement for applying a tissue adhesive based on human or animal proteins to seamlessly or seam-supportingly connect human or animal tissue or organ parts, to seal wounds, stop bleedings and the like. The tissue adhesive is formed in situ by combining solutions of the protei ...


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Albert Linder, Andreas Kellner, Georg Habison, Guenther Zuelow: Apparatus for applying a multiple-component tissue adhesive. Immuno Aktiengesellschaft, Foley & Lardner, September 9, 1997: US05665067 (120 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an apparatus for applying a multiple component tissue adhesive, which apparatus has component conveying channels for the components of the tissue adhesive, extending in a one-piece construction part from a connecting part to a delivery part, and a gas conveying channel for a medic ...


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Helmut Barta, Helmut Eder, Manfred Granser, Georg Habison, Edith Hantak, Franz Moser, Peter Pfaffenbichler: Syringe assembly for the storage and application of a biological multi-component material. Immuno, Foley & Lardner, November 7, 1995: US05464396 (81 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a syringe assembly for the storage and application of a biological multi-component material. Its assembly parts are a syringe device including several parallel syringe bodies interconnected by a connection part, which syringe bodies are filled with the individual components of the ...


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Wolfgang Biering, Hamza Mansour, Guenther Schlag, Thomas Seelich, Edgar Scheel, Georg Habison: Hemostatic sponge based on collagen. Baxter Aktiengesellschaft, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, November 18, 2003: US06649162 (41 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a hemostatic sponge based on collagen and an activator or proactivator of blood coagulation homogeneously distributed therein, which is dried and contains a water content of at least 2%, preferably in the range of 2 to 25%, more preferred 10 to 20%, and a method for producin ...


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James D Lewis Jr, William Baccia, Josef Schmidt, Johan Vandersande, John Carl Card, Theodor Langer, Georg Habison, Helmut Eder: Albumin in a flexible polymeric container. Baxter International, Baxter Healthcare, Wallenstein Wagner & Rockey, April 13, 2004: US06718735 (10 worldwide citation)

A flexible polymeric container for holding albumin. The container is made of a sheet of flexible polymeric film formed into a bag having a cavity enclosed by a first wall, an opposing second wall, and seals about a periphery of the first and second walls. The seals join an interior portion of the op ...


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James D Lewis, William Baccia, Josef Schmidt, Johan Vandersande, John Carl Card, Theodor Langer, Georg Habison, Helmut Eder: Albumin in a flexible polymeric container. Matthew J Gryzlo Esq, Wallenstein Wagner & Rockey, August 19, 2004: US20040159574-A1

A flexible polymeric container for holding albumin. The container is made of a sheet of flexible polymeric film formed into a bag having a cavity enclosed by a first wall, an opposing second wall, and seals about a periphery of the first and second walls. The seals join an interior portion of the op ...


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