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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James Robert Risk Jr: Vacuum therapy and cleansing dressing for wounds. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, February 3, 2004: US06685681 (401 worldwide citation)

A bandage for use with a vacuum source includes a wound dressing member to be placed in contact with a wound surface and a suction port associated with the wound dressing member. The member is configured with spacers contacting the wound surface to define suction space between the member and the wou ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James R Risk Jr: Vacuum therapy and cleansing dressing for wounds. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, June 22, 2004: US06752794 (390 worldwide citation)

A thin, flexible member is provided for use in a vacuum bandage connected to a vacuum source. The member is provided for use with a wound having a wound surface. The member includes a wound contacting surface adapted to be in contact with and generally conform to the wound surface. The member furthe ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James R Risk Jr: Vacuum therapy and cleansing dressing for wounds. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, February 15, 2005: US06855135 (306 worldwide citation)

A wound dressing member is provided for use in a vacuum bandage connected to a vacuum source. The wound dressing member is also provided for use with a wound having a wound surface. The wound dressing member includes a wound facing surface adapted to be in contact with and generally conform to the w ...


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James Robert Risk Jr, Robert Petrosenko, Alan Wayne Henley, Ronald Leslie Sanderson: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, June 29, 2004: US06755807 (302 worldwide citation)

A control system for use with a vacuum bandage over a wound includes a vacuum pump, a waste canister operably coupled to the pump, and a fluid source. The canister is coupled to the bandage such that, when a vacuum is applied to the canister, the vacuum is applied to the bandage. The fluid source is ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko: Vented vacuum bandage with irrigation for wound healing and method. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, March 27, 2007: US07195624 (256 worldwide citation)

A ventilated bandage system is provided for use with a wound. The system includes a bandage positioned adjacent the wound to create a sealed environment around the wound. A vacuum source of the system is in communication with the bandage to create negative pressure between the bandage and the wound. ...


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James R Risk Jr, Robert Petrosenko: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, November 30, 2004: US06824533 (254 worldwide citation)

A control unit is adapted for use with a vacuum wound bandage. The control unit has a canister to collect waste material from the vacuum wound bandage, a fluid source to irrigate the wound, and a door to at least partially cover the fluid source.


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Alan Wayne Henley, Robert Petrosenko, James Robert Risk Jr, Ronald Leslie Sanderson: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, October 5, 2004: US06800074 (234 worldwide citation)

A control system for use with a vacuum bandage over a wound includes a vacuum pump, a waste canister operably coupled to the pump, and a fluid source. The canister is coupled to the bandage such that, when a vacuum is applied to the canister, the vacuum is applied to the bandage. The fluid source is ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko, James Robert Risk Jr: Control of vacuum level rate of change. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, April 4, 2006: US07022113 (212 worldwide citation)

A wound treatment apparatus has a vacuum bandage covering a wound of a patient, a vacuum source coupled to the vacuum bandage, and a controller that operates the vacuum source to apply negative pressure to the wound through the bandage in a controlled manner. The controller is programmed to limit th ...


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James R Risk Jr, Robert Petrosenko: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, July 20, 2004: US06764462 (210 worldwide citation)

A wound treatment apparatus is disclosed to provide vacuum therapy to a wound associated with a patient. The wound treatment apparatus comprises a control unit comprising an alarm and a display displaying an alarm log providing information associated with each activation of the alarm. The display al ...


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Jeffrey S Lockwood, Robert Petrosenko: External catheter access to vacuum bandage. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, March 4, 2008: US07338482 (154 worldwide citation)

A bandage is provided for use with a wound having a wound surface. The bandage is connectable to a vacuum source and may include a flexible cover positioned over the wound and a collar coupled to the cover. The cover includes a port and is configured to seal to a patient's healthy skin surrounding t ...