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Richard Paul Mormino, Todd Fruchterman: Reduced-pressure system and method employing a gasket. KCI Licensing, SNR Denton US, July 3, 2012: US08211071 (14 worldwide citation)

A reduced-pressure treatment system for treating a tissue site on a patient includes a gasket releasably attached around a perimeter of the tissue site that may remain in place for an extended time and allows an over-drape to be attached to it. The system and method further may include a manifold si ...


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Richard Paul Mormino, Todd Fruchterman: Reduced-pressure system and method employing a gasket. KCI Licensing, October 15, 2013: US08556871 (12 worldwide citation)

A reduced-pressure treatment system for treating a tissue site on a patient includes a gasket releasably attached around a perimeter of the tissue site that may remain in place for an extended time and allows an over-drape to be attached to it. The system and method further may include a manifold si ...


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Shawn T Huxel, Todd Fruchterman, Mark Boomer, Thomas M Poandl, Ronald W Marsh: Urethral catheter stent delivery system. Ethicon, August 16, 2005: US06929651 (5 worldwide citation)

A stent delivery system for the placement of non-expandable stents in the urethra is described. The delivery system is generally composed of a catheter with a stent mounted near the distal end of the catheter. The stent is held in place by a balloon or mechanical mechanism.


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James Courage, Diwi Allen, Amy McNulty, Anthony Rycerz, Christopher Carroll, Douglas Hanson, Todd Fruchterman: Aptamer-modified polymeric materials for the binding of factors in a wound environment. KCI LICENSING, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 5, 2016: US09382290

The present invention provides aptamer-modified polymers and materials thereof, which may be used for the binding of factors in a wound bed. For example, the aptamer-modified materials can be polypeptides conjugated to polymer foam materials. Such materials may be used, for example, for dressings, w ...


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Amy McNulty, Kristine Kiesweller, Todd Fruchterman: Identification of tissue for debridement. KCI Licensing, SNR Denton US, July 17, 2012: US08221989

Provided are methods of determining whether a cell in a tissue site is viable or nonviable. Also provided are methods of debriding tissue from a tissue site. Further provided are kits comprising a compound that distinguishes between viable and nonviable cells and instructions for using the compound ...


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Amy McNulty, Kristine Kieswetter, Todd Fruchterman: Identification of tissue for debridement. KCI Licensing, October 11, 2011: US08034573

Provided are methods of determining whether a cell in a tissue site is viable or nonviable. Also provided are methods of debriding tissue from a tissue site. Further provided are kits comprising a compound that distinguishes between viable and nonviable cells and instructions for using the compound ...


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Shawn T Huxel, Todd Fruchterman, Mark Boomer, Thomas M Poandl, Ronald W Marsh: Urethral catheter stent delivery system. Ethicon, March 24, 2009: US07507247

A stent delivery system for the placement of non-expandable stents in the urethra is described. The delivery system is generally composed of a catheter with a stent mounted near the distal end of the catheter. The stent is held in place by a balloon or mechanical mechanism.


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Amy McNulty, Kristine Kiesweller, Todd Fruchterman: Identification of tissue for debridement. KCI Licensing, May 7, 2013: US08435750

Provided are methods of determining whether a cell in a tissue site is viable or nonviable. Also provided are methods of debriding tissue from a tissue site. Further provided are kits comprising a compound that distinguishes between viable and nonviable cells and instructions for using the compound ...


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Shawn T Huxel, Todd Fruchterman, Mark Boomer, Thomas M Poandl, Ronald W Marsh: Urethral catheter stent delivery system. Ralph W Selitto Jr, C O Mccarter & English, March 10, 2005: US20050055076-A1

A stent delivery system for the placement of non-expandable stents in the urethra is described. The delivery system is generally composed of a catheter with a stent mounted near the distal end of the catheter. The stent is held in place by a balloon or mechanical mechanism.


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Richard Paul Mormino, Todd Fruchterman: Reduced-pressure system and method employing a gasket. Kinetic Concepts, C O Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, February 26, 2009: US20090054856-A1

A reduced-pressure treatment system for treating a tissue site on a patient includes a gasket releasably attached around a perimeter of the tissue site that may remain in place for an extended time and allows an over-drape to be attached to it. The system and method further may include a manifold si ...