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William L Noack: Tortuous path in-patient room medical waste disposal container. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, January 14, 1992: US05080251 (100 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument disposal container has a hollow bin member fitted with a hollow top housing member, the two members having mating flanges with snap lock means for holding them together, the hollow top member further having a rectangular medical instruments entry port which may be closed by a cl ...


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Jan A Wicherski, William L Noack: Rigid closure lid to a disposable container for holding and disposing of used medical sharps and other medical-surgical materials. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, April 28, 1992: US05107990 (78 worldwide citation)

A closure lid for a rigid, disposable container for safely containing and disposing of medical-surgical materials, including needles, syringes, scalpels and dressings after use, comprises two lightweight plastic pieces which snap together without tools to form a closed container having a large openi ...


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John M Barron, Robert T Horan, Moshe M Hoftman, William L Noack, Dan Sandel: Multi-part disposable handle for hospital surgery room light fixture. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, July 4, 1989: US04844252 (66 worldwide citation)

A sterilizable multi-part handle for attachment to a handle receiving fitting of a hospital surgery room light fixture is made of light weight, inexpensive molded plastic parts which are disposable after use, the handle including a handle body having a body grip portion and a threaded head portion t ...


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William L Noack: Scalpel handle and blade release assembly. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, May 17, 1994: US05312429 (66 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed whereby a detachable surgical blade is easily and effectively removed from blade handle adapted for use with detachable surgical blades. The apparatus is a two part assembly comprising a scalpel handle and a blade release slide element. The handle includes a blade mounting ...


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A H Llynn Valentine, William L Noack: Multipurpose shaped pitcher and surgical kit and wrap system. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, December 17, 1991: US05072832 (61 worldwide citation)

The surgical kit contains a pair of nested circular basins, one or more nested kidney-shaped pans, and one or more nested heart-shaped pitchers. Other surgical needs may also be packed in the basin. A drape having a sterile side is wrapped around the basin with the sterile side inward and a double f ...


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William L Noack: Liquid removal device. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, Richard E Brown, November 20, 1984: US04483925 (56 worldwide citation)

A liquid removal device comprises an absorbent support member and a plurality of tapered liquid absorbent elements. These absorbent elements project from the support member and are adapted to be placed in a liquid-containing vessel for removal of liquid therefrom.


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William L Noack: Foot maneuvered disposable container for operating room discards. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, May 15, 1990: US04925048 (47 worldwide citation)

A light weight incineratable plastic material disposable container is disclosed for receiving, storing or counting and subsequent disposal of hospital surgery room discards including medical sponges and has a hollow open top container body or bucket made of a light weight polyethylene material. A si ...


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A H Llynn Valentine, William L Noack: Multipurpose shaped pitcher and surgical kit and wrap system. May 15, 1990: US04925047 (24 worldwide citation)

The surgical kit contains a pair of nested circular basins, one or more nested kidney-shaped pans, and one or more nested heart-shaped pitchers. Other surgical needs may also be packed in the basin. A drape having a sterile side is wrapped around the basin with the sterile side inward and a double f ...


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