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Mccracken Robert Wylie, Baesler Linda Anne: Adhesive film dressing.. Johnson & Johnson Prod, September 5, 1984: EP0117632-A2 (512 worldwide citation)

A thin adhesive coated film dressing is provided with the adhesive surface covered by a release paper in three sections to facilitate the application of the dressing to the wound site. The construction of the dressing provides for the center section of the release paper to be removed to expose the c ...


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John Urquhart, Santosh Kumar Chandrasekaran, Jane Elizabeth Shaw: Bandage for transdermally administering scopolamine to prevent nausea. Alza Corporation, Thomas E Ciotti, Paul L Sabatine, Edward L Mandell, June 28, 1977: US04031894 (204 worldwide citation)

Method and therapeutic system in the form of a bandage that administer scopolamine base transdermally in an initial pulse of 10 to 200 .mu.g/cm.sup.2 of skin that quickly brings the concentration of scopolamine in the plasma to a level at which emesis and nausea are inhibited without intolerable sid ...


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Daniel C Duan, Robert A Asmus, Timothy M Dietz, Rosa Uy, Olester Benson Jr: Pressure-sensitive poly(n-vinyl lactam) adhesive composition and method for producing and using same. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, John H Hornickel, January 4, 1994: US05276079 (109 worldwide citation)

A hydrophilic, pressure-sensitive adhesive composition prepared by irradiating solid poly(N-vinyl lactam) with ionizing radiation to crosslink the poly(N-vinyl lactam) and thereafter mixing the radiation-crosslinked poly(N-vinyl lactam) with essentially unirradiated plasticizer in an amount sufficie ...


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Alfred Kwiatek, Jack W Schwartz: Device for the administration of an active agent to the skin or mucosa. Jonergin, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, March 4, 1986: US04573996 (101 worldwide citation)

A device is disclosed for administration of an active agent to a host, e.g., for transdermal administration. The device includes an impermeable adhesive layer which surrounds the permeable adhesive layer of the device and which with the outer surface layer of the device forms a pocket so that, when ...


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Bernard Korol: Synthetic resin wound dressing and method of treatment using same. Paul M Denk, January 7, 1986: US04563184 (79 worldwide citation)

A synthetic resin wound dressing (e.g., a burn wound dressing) is disclosed consisting essentially of a polymer, such as poly(2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate), referred to as PHEMA, an organic solvent, such as polyethylene glycol (PEG), and a hydrogen binding plasticizer, such as dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) ...


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Miklos von Bittera, Dietmar Schapel, Ulrich von Gizycki, Roland Rupp: Self-adhesive sheet-like structures, process for their preparation and their use. Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, Gene Harsh, Lawrence S Pope, April 28, 1987: US04661099 (70 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure is concerned with self-adhesive sheet-like structures made by adhering an adhesive polyurethane gel material to a supporting substrate and the utilization of such structures in the medical field to adhere materials such as plasters, wound dressings and appliances to the human ...


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Seymour Donald Edwin, Costa Nicholas Mario Da, Hodgson Martin Edward, Dow James: Adhesive materials. Smith & Nephew, July 5, 1972: GB1280631-A (68 worldwide citation)

1280631 Pressure-sensitive adhesive coatings T J SMITH & NEPHEW Ltd 8 July 1969 [9 July 1968 22 Oct 1968 20 Dec 1968] 32588/68 50045/68 and 60756/68 Heading B2E [Also in Division C3] A moisture vapour permeable pressure-sensitive adhesive material for use on animal skin and nails comprises a backing ...


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Bernard Korol: Synthetic resin matrix system for the extended delivery of drugs. Enquay Pharmaceutical Associates, Paul M Denk, May 31, 1988: US04747845 (65 worldwide citation)

A synthetic resin matrix system for the delayed and extended duration delivery of drugs to humans and animals is disclosed consisting of a polymer, such as poly(2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate), referred to as PHEMA, an organic solvent, such as polyethylene glycol (PEG), and a hydrogen binding plasticize ...


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Robert A Asmus: Composite of a dispersed gel in an adhesive matrix and method for preparing same. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, John H Hornickel, November 29, 1994: US05369155 (62 worldwide citation)

A composite of a gel of swollen hydrocolloid dispersed in a pressure sensitive adhesive matrix is provided. The gel has a natural or synthetically derived hydrocolloid swollen with a non-volatile swelling agent, such that the gel may have a shear modulus of less than 6.2.times.10.sub.6 dynes/cm.sup. ...


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Robert A Asmus, Daniel C Duan: Pressure-sensitive medical sealant. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, June 5, 1990: US04931282 (60 worldwide citation)

A pressure-sensitive medical sealant composition comprising (a) a crosslinked, swellable polymeric matrix made from an N-vinyl lactam monomer and a multi-ethylenically unsaturated compound, wherein the ethylenic groups are vinyl groups, allyl groups or methallyl groups, which groups are bonded to ni ...