1
Patrick T Ryan: Vehicle luggage compartment liner. Plastics Maritime, R Craig Armstrong, December 1, 1992: US05167433 (51 worldwide citation)

A plastic liner is provided for use in a vehicle luggage compartment. The liner has a bottom conforming generally to the shape of the luggage compartment floor, and integral rear, side and front walls, at least some of which generally conform to the walls of the luggage compartment. Integral or remo ...


2
Patrick T Ryan: Cap for retaining an audio system. Mark Levy, Hinman Howard & Kattell, July 5, 2011: US07974432 (32 worldwide citation)

A baseball styled cap that retains an elasticized sleeve on the inside, front wall of the cap. A portable audio player or radio can be inserted into the sleeve and connected to a pre-installed wiring and speaker system that is integrated into the fabric seams of the cap. This unitary configuration a ...


3
Michael T K Ling, William S Hurst, Lecon Woo, Algirdas Bindokas, Patrick T Ryan, Scott D Edwards, Henk P Blom, Atul R Khare: Port tube closure assembly. Baxter International, March 22, 2005: US06869653 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a flowable material container closure assembly having a port tube and a membrane tube. The port tube (I) has a first layer and a second layer, (A) the first layer is a polymer blend and (B) the second layer is disposed coaxially within the first layer; and the membrane ...


4
Patrick T Ryan, Chuan Qin, Donna L Rostron, Birendra K Lal, Yuanpang S Ding, Susan R Mizener, Lecon Woo, Michael T K Ling, Martin F Miller: Oriented medical tubing. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, August 3, 1999: US05932307 (12 worldwide citation)

A polymeric tubing having an initial diameter and suitable for connecting to rigid housings including a sidewall defining a fluid pathway and having a longitudinal axis, the sidewall of a polymeric material in an amount by weight within the range of 99.999%-90.0%, and an additive in an amount by wei ...


5
Patrick T Ryan, Chuan Qin, Donna L Rostron, Birendra K Lal, Yuanpang S Ding, Susan R Mizener, Lecon Woo, Michael T K Ling, Martin F Miller: Orienting extrusion processes for medical tubing applications. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, April 21, 1998: US05741452 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for fabricating flexible medical tubings including the steps of providing a polymeric material, forming a tubing from the polymeric material, the tubing having a longitudinal axis and an initial diameter, and orienting the tubing along the longitudinal axis of ...


6
Chuan Qin, Patrick T Ryan, Michael T K Ling, Donna L Rostron, Yuanpang S Ding, Lecon Woo, Susan R Mizener, Birendra K Lal: Method of surface modifying a medical tubing. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, January 14, 2003: US06506333 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for fabricating a medical tubing. The method includes the steps of: (1) providing a material selected from the group consisting of ethylene homopolymers and ethylene copolymers, wherein the ethylene copolymers are obtained by copolymerizing ethylene with a com ...


7
Patrick T Ryan: Vehicle cargo compartment liner. Neocon International, R Craig Armstrong, Borden Ladner Gervais, January 27, 2004: US06682118 (9 worldwide citation)

An organizer liner is provided for use in a vehicle cargo compartment. The liner has a flexible bottom preferably conforming generally to the shape of the cargo compartment floor, and one or more of rear, side and front rigid elements, preferably at least some of which generally conform to walls of ...


8
Michael T K Ling, William S Hurst, Lecon Woo, Algirdas Bindokas, Patrick T Ryan, Scott D Edwards, Henk P Blom, Atul R Khare: Port tube and closure composition, structure and assembly for a flowable material container. Baxter International, Ira D Finkelstein, K & L Gates, June 23, 2009: US07550185 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a flowable material container assembly having a membrane tube disposed coaxially within a port tube. The membrane tube has an outer layer, a core layer, and an inner layer. The outer layer is a blend of a polyolefin and a thermoplastic elastomer. The core layer is a bl ...


9
Chuan Qin, Patrick T Ryan, Donna Rostron, Birendra K Lal, Yuanpang S Ding, Susan Mizener, Michael T K Ling, Dean Laurin, Lecon Woo: Heat setting of medical tubings. Baxter International, Mark J Buonaiuto, Joseph A Fuchs, October 10, 2000: US06129876 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for fabricating flexible medical tubings comprising the steps of providing a tubing of a polymer material, the tubing having a longitudinal axis and an initial diameter, orienting the tubing along the longitudinal axis of the tubing to reduce the diameter of t ...


10
Yuan pang Samuel Ding, Birenda K Lal, Michael T K Ling, Richard Mennenoh, Michael K Oberhaus, Lecon Woo, Sarah Corbin, George Dillon, Dale Pennington, Chuan Qin, Patrick T Ryan: Method and process for enhancing properties and medical tubing performance in a polybutadiene material. Baxter International, Paula Kelly, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, March 14, 2006: US07011872 (4 worldwide citation)

A polymer blend for fabricating medical products having a first 1,2 polybutadiene present from about 1% to about 99% by weight of the blend and having a first melting point temperature; and a second 1,2 polybutadiene present from about 1% to about 99% by weight of the blend and having a second melti ...