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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment. William H Quirk IV, Nadeem G Bridi, Wayne J Colton, February 12, 2002: US06345623 (680 worldwide citation)

A surgical drape and suction head combination for attaching the suction head to a wound area. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections tha ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment. KCI Licensing, Nadeem G Bridi, April 29, 2003: US06553998 (658 worldwide citation)

A wound therapy combination comprising a suction head and a surgical drape. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow chan ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment. KCI Licensing, November 9, 2004: US06814079 (648 worldwide citation)

A wound therapy combination comprising a suction head and a surgical drape. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow chan ...


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Kenneth William Hunt, Keith Patrick Heaton: Portable wound treatment apparatus. KCI Medical, Wayne J Colton, November 7, 2000: US06142982 (395 worldwide citation)

A portable wound treatment apparatus, for stimulating the healing of superficial wounds, comprises a housing containing a suction pump and a canister for containing fluids drawn from the wound. The housing is supported on a harness or belt worn by the patient. The canister is connected to a porous w ...


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Thomas A Boynton, Teryl Blane Sanders, Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt, Mark Stephen James Beard, David M Tumey, L Tab Randolph: Negative pressure assisted tissue treatment system. KCI Licensing, February 28, 2006: US07004915 (291 worldwide citation)

A system for stimulating the healing of tissue comprises a porous pad positioned within a wound cavity, and an airtight dressing secured over the pad, so as to provide an airtight seal to the wound cavity. A proximal end of a conduit is connectable to the dressing. A distal end of the conduit is con ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment. KCI Licensing, October 10, 2006: US07117869 (181 worldwide citation)

A wound therapy combination comprising a suction head and a surgical drape. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow chan ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt: Wound treatment apparatus employing reduced pressure. KCI Licensing, October 9, 2007: US07279612 (164 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is described for stimulating healing of wounds, particularly burns, to the hands or feet. The apparatus comprises an envelope for receiving the affected part of the body. The envelope (12) comprises an air-tight cover which contains a porous pad (22, 24, 26) for covering the wound. Means a ...


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Kenneth William Hunt, Keith Patrick Heaton: Portable wound treatment apparatus. KCI Licensing, January 8, 2008: US07316672 (131 worldwide citation)

A portable wound treatment apparatus, for stimulating the healing of superficial wounds, comprises a housing containing a suction pump and a canister for containing fluids drawn from the wound. The housing is supported on a harness or belt worn by the patient. The canister is connected to a porous w ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Kenneth William Hunt, Teryl Blane Sanders: Surgical drape and head for wound treatment. KCI Licensing, September 25, 2007: US07273054 (110 worldwide citation)

A wound therapy device comprising a head and a surgical drape. The head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow channels for facilitating ...


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Kenneth William Hunt, Keith Patrick Heaton: Negative pressure therapy using wall suction. KCI Licensing, June 30, 2009: US07553306 (86 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for applying negative pressure therapy to a wound site, which comprises an open celled foam pad for application to the wound, a suction tube connecting the foam pad to a collection canister having a shut-off valve which closes the outlet from the canister when it is full, a tube for connec ...