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Theodore A Golden: Thermal bandage. Dykema Gossett, October 16, 1990: US04962761 (253 worldwide citation)

A thermal bandage including a conforming member which is adapted to be placed against the skin to uniformly heat or cool the skin area and a thermal pack which is mounted to the conforming member to provide the necessary thermal change to heat or cool the adjacent skin area. In the preferred embodim ...


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Theodore A Golden: Venipuncture and cutaneous sealing device and method. Cullen Sloman Cantor Grauer Scott & Rutherford, July 5, 1988: US04755170 (157 worldwide citation)

A venipuncture and cutaneous sealing device and method which permits the capturing of a needle along its length either before or after a venipuncture, the engaging of the venipuncture site, and the sealing of both the puncture site and the needle tip. The sealing device may include two separable par ...


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Theodore A Golden: Thermal bandage. Ralph T Rader, July 11, 1989: US04846176 (85 worldwide citation)

A thermal bandage including a conforming member which is adapted to be placed against the skin to uniformly heat or cool the skin area, a thermal pack which is mounted to the conforming member to provide the necessary thermal change to heat or cool the adjacent skin area and the thermal conducting s ...


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Theodore A Golden: Hypodermic device. Cullen Sloman Cantor Grauer Scott & Rutherford, June 30, 1987: US04676256 (59 worldwide citation)

A hypodermic device including a main body having a plurality of open sockets with a corresponding number of upstanding needles therein. In one embodiment, each upstanding needle is commonly interconnected to a main passage through the body. The ends of the upstanding needles are capped with resilien ...


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Theodore A Golden: Child-proof electrical plug sheath. Cullen Sloman Cantor Grauer Scott and Rutherford, July 5, 1983: US04391481 (14 worldwide citation)

A thin wall, resilient, generally tubular shaped sheath is fitted over a conventional electrical outlet plug and extends the length of the plug prongs. The sheath forms a barrier wall around the prongs in the space between the plug body and the conventional wall-type receptacle into whose openings t ...


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Theodore A Golden: Hemorrhoid bandage. Cullen Sloman Cantor Grauer Scott & Rutherford, May 25, 1982: US04331151 (12 worldwide citation)

A hemorrhoid bandage or cold pack, for positioning within a human anal canal, is formed of a hollow, thin wall, roughly cylindrically shaped body having an inner end and an outer end. The body is transversely divided into two parts by a central panel extending longitudinally from the outer end towar ...