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Piran Sioshansi, Eric J Tobin, John E Barry, Robert S Farivar: Bactericidal coatings for implants. Spire Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, John V Lahive & Cockfield Bianco, December 12, 1995: US05474797 (101 worldwide citation)

Polymeric implants provided with coatings of bactericidal compounds in the form of ionized atoms by a vapor process. The polymeric implants include products designed to penetrate or enter the body, such as catheters, shunts connectors and the like. Coatings of bactericidal compounds on the polymeric ...


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Raymond J Bricault Jr, John E Barry, Piran Sioshansi: Catheter having a long-lasting antimicrobial surface treatment. Spire Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, John V Lahive & Cockfield Bianco, May 28, 1996: US05520664 (98 worldwide citation)

Catheters including at least one component having a tissue interfacing surface characterized by a substantially nonleaching surface treatment of antimicrobial metal. The component can be a subcutaneous cuff, and the antimicrobial metal can be silver. The process for implanting the silver atoms can i ...


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Jeffrey A Trogolo, John E Barry: Antibiotic hydrophilic polymer coating. Agion Technologies L L C, Edward K Welch II, August 20, 2002: US06436422 (82 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an antibiotic coated substrate having an antibiotic coating composition coated thereon. The coating composition is formed of a hydrophilic polymer having antibiotic ceramic particles, preferably antibiotic zeolite, dispersed therein. The antibiotic zeolite may further compri ...


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John E Barry, Jeffrey A Trogolo: Antimicrobial orthopedic implants. AgION Technologies, Edward K Welch II, June 24, 2003: US06582715 (68 worldwide citation)

An orthopedic surgical implant of one or more components having a surface which is to be contacted by body tissue and/or fluid. The surface contains an inorganic antimicrobial agent either incorporated in the material forming a component having the surface or incorporated in a coating, such as of th ...


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John E Barry, Jeffrey A Trogolo: Antibiotic toothpaste. HealthShield Technologies L L C, Darby & Darby, September 26, 2000: US06123925 (63 worldwide citation)

An antibiotic toothpaste is formulated with an inorganic antibiotic metal containing composition that is present in an amount effective to impart substantial antimicrobial activity within the normal time for brushing teeth.


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John E Barry, Jeffrey A Trogolo, Elizabeth A Pastecki: Antimicrobial dental products. AgION Technologies, Steven J Hultquist, Edward K Welch II, Marianne Fuierer, July 31, 2001: US06267590 (58 worldwide citation)

A dental appliance, such as of the orthodontic type, to be placed in the mouth and having an inorganic antimicrobial agent on a surface, the agent preferably being a zeolite. The dental appliance may comprise metal or a polymer and the agent may be present in a coating that is applied to the surface ...


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John E Barry, Piran Sioshansi: Infection resistant medical devices and process. Spire Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, John V Lahive & Cockfield Bianco, February 20, 1996: US05492763 (47 worldwide citation)

A medical device provided with a subsurface bacteriostatic/bactericidal stratum to a predetermined depth is disclosed. The bacteriostatic/bactericidal stratum is introduced into the medical device by ion implantation of sufficient concentration to impart thereto the desired bacteriostatic/bactericid ...


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Jeffrey A Trogolo, John E Barry, Steven Holley: Antimicrobial fabric and medical graft of the fabric. Agion Technologies, Steven J Hultquist, Edward K Welch II, October 2, 2001: US06296863 (43 worldwide citation)

A medical graft, such as a vascular graft, made of a fabric containing an inorganic antimicrobial agent. The fabric has a coating material with the inorganic antimicrobial agent bonded to it, the agent preferably being a zeolite. The fabric can be porous so as to permit tissue to grow on it with the ...


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Jeffrey A Trogolo, John E Barry: Antibiotic high-pressure laminates. AgION Technologies, Steven J Hultquist, Edward K Welch II, June 19, 2001: US06248342 (38 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an antimicrobial high-pressure laminate which contains an inorganic antibiotic metal containing composition incorporated in an antimicrobially effective amount in its surface layer, which is preferably formed of melamine. The laminate can be bonded to appropriate substrates t ...


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John E Barry, Jeffrey A Trogolo: Antimicrobial chewing gum. AgION Technologies L L C, Edward K Welch II, April 2, 2002: US06365130 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a novel chewing gum product generally for the lysis and killing of oral microbes. In a preferred embodiment, the chewing gum product comprises an antimicrobial metal ion component and an inorganic ceramic carrier, and provides a concentration of such substances from ab ...