Gloria Falla: Undergarments made from multi-layered fabric laminate material. HBI Branded Apparel Enterprises, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, March 23, 2010: US07682219 (126 worldwide citation)

Feminine undergarments, particularly brassieres and other body shaping garments that are fabricated using a multi-layered fabric laminate that is formed by gluing multiple fabric layers together, preferably to permit body shaping garments to be substantially fabricated from a single main piece of ma ...

Sanders David H, Lynch Henry W, Uy Sennen: Implantable prosthesis having a self-sealing valve. Medical Engineering Corporation, Barry Ronald E, November 18, 1975: US3919724 (124 worldwide citation)

An implantable breast prosthesis including a flexible container formed from a medical grade of silicone elastomer, a self-sealing valve provided on the inside surface of the container, the valve being formed of a self-sealing gel and including sufficient barium sulfate, bismuth subcarbonate or tanta ...

Sadeque S Naficy: Neal J Mosely, January 31, 1984: US04428082 (96 worldwide citation)

A newly developed breast prosthesis overcomes the tightness and contracture of the fibrous capsule which forms around the existing prostheses. This prosthesis is constructed with an outer temporary component and an inner permanent component. The inner component is a fluid- or gel-filled container or ...

Joseph F Cavon: Cast gel implantable prosthesis. David O Reilly, September 11, 1984: US04470160 (79 worldwide citation)

A cast elastomer gel implantable prosthesis for implantation in the human body. The cohesive cast gel prosthesis is formed for subcutaneous implantation and may be subsequently coated with a membrane-thin elastomer or a dissolvable envelope so that when it is implanted, it will retain its natural so ...

Motoyasu Nakanishi, Masaaki Amano: Figure adjusting pad and process for manufacturing same. Kabushiki Kaisha Sigel, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, August 23, 1994: US05340352 (76 worldwide citation)

A figure adjusting pad is capable of permitting a periphery of the pad to exhibit satisfactory shape retention without any independent core. The pad includes a silicone gel element formed therein with perforations and a stretchable fabric arranged for covering the silicone gel element and is trimmed ...

Boone Jack L: Inflatable prosthesis. Corporation Dow Corning, August 24, 1971: US3600718 (75 worldwide citation)

An improved surgically implantable mammary prosthesis comprising an inflatable shell and a filling stem for said shell for introduction of a filling fluid to inflate the shell. At the point of introduction of the stem into the shell, there is provided a capsule of sealing gel through which the stem ...

John H Hartley Jr: Deflatable mammary augmentation prosthesis. Jones Thomas & Askew, January 27, 1976: US03934274 (73 worldwide citation)

An implantable double walled tissue augmentation prosthesis consisting of a gel or liquid filled container within a liquid fillable container. A one-way flap valve is positioned within the wall of the liquid fillable container so that liquid may be selectively added to that container for inflation. ...

Holt M C, Tomczak Walter F: Female pelvis and crotch protector. Medalist, House Jr Joseph P, October 7, 1975: US3909847 (68 worldwide citation)

An hourglass shaped shock absorbent pad is held in a pocket of a girdle and is positioned to protect the pelvis and crotch of a human female wearer from shocks encountered in contact sports, gymnastics, and the like. The pad has enlarged triangular front and rear portions which are positioned over t ...

Eugene A Smith, Anthony J Tedeschi: Fabric laminate and garments incorporating same. Playtex Apparel, Abelman Frayne & Schwab, September 5, 1995: US05447462 (66 worldwide citation)

A fabric laminate is disclosed which is formed of stretch fabrics laminated together by an integrally formed adhesive web having differential stretch characteristics. One or both of the stretch fabrics may include elastomeric yarn. The adhesive web is placed within the laminate with its primary elon ...

Henry Wilfred Lynch: Gel filled medical devices. Medical Engineering Corporation, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, October 19, 1976: US03986213 (61 worldwide citation)

A mammary prosthesis or orthopedic pad includes a flexible shell formed of silicone rubber. The shell is filled with a silicone gel, the specific gravity of which is reduced by a dispersion of glass or epoxy microspheres.