Zaffaroni Alejandro: Bandage for administering drugs. ALZA Corporation, August 10, 1971: US3598123 (804 worldwide citation)

Bandage for use in the continuous administration of drugs by absorption comprising a backing member bearing a pressure-sensitive adhesive layer on one surface thereof. Distributed throughout the pressure-sensitive adhesive are microcapsules comprised of a systemically active drug encapsulated with a ...

Wheeler Larry M: Medical-surgical dressing for burns and the like. Parke Davis & Company, March 14, 1972: US3648692 (530 worldwide citation)

A medical-surgical dressing is provided for topical application as a conforming cover for the therapy and protection of burns and the like. The dressing which has a porous laminated construction includes a facing layer of thrombogenic open-cell foam material and a coextensive gas-permeable backing. ...


Zaffaroni Alejandro: Bandage for administering drugs. Alza Corporation, August 10, 1971: US3598122 (368 worldwide citation)

Bandage for use in the continuous administration of systemically active drugs by absorption through the skin or oral mucosa comprising a backing member having on one surface thereof a reservoir containing a systemically active drug. The reservoir has a wall distant from the backing member and permea ...

Zaffaroni Alejandro: Bandage for the administration of drug by controlled metering through microporous materials. Alza Corporation, March 19, 1974: US3797494 (330 worldwide citation)

A bandage for use in the continuous administration of drugs to the skin or mucosa, comprising a backing member defining one exterior surface, a surface of pressure-sensitive adhesive defining a second exterior surface, and disposed therebetween a reservoir containing drug formulation confined therei ...

Zaffaroni Alejandro: Drug-delivery system. Alza Corporation, Mandell Edward L, Ciotti Thomas E, Sabatine Paul L, December 17, 1974: US3854480 (319 worldwide citation)

Drug-delivery system for releasing drug at a controlled rate for a prolonged period of time is formed from a solid inner matrix material having solid particles of drug dispersed therethrough. Surrounding the inner matrix is an outer polymeric membrane, insoluble in body fluids. Both the inner matrix ...

Sharon L Greene, Archel A Ambrosio, Rosann M Matthews Kaylor, Dave A Soerens, Sohail Malik: Bioabsorbable wound dressing. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, May 9, 2006: US07041868 (282 worldwide citation)

A wound dressing includes a first layer located adjacent the wound and which comprises a material that is bioabsorbable, porous and adapted for serving as a scaffold for cell attachment and proliferation; and a second layer which is in contact with the first layer and which comprises an absorbent, g ...

Harmon Carlyle: Absorbent product containing a hydrocolloidal composition. Johnson & Johnson, June 20, 1972: US3670731 (282 worldwide citation)

An absorbent dressing having an absorbent layer defined by water soluble hydrocolloidal composition capable of absorbing of at least about fifteen times its weight of body exudate and retaining said exudate under pressure of up to about 2.5 p.s.i.

Hodgson Martin E: Moisture-vapor-permeable pressure-sensitive adhesive materials. T J Smith & Nephew, February 29, 1972: US3645835 (279 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a moisture-vapor-permeable pressure-sensitive adhesive material for use on animal skin and nails, e.g. a surgical drape, suture strip or sheet, adhesive dressing, bandage, plaster, strapping tape, decorative nail covering, or decorative cosmetic product. The adhesive materi ...

Assarsson Per G, King Paul A, Yen Steven N: Disposable absorbent articles containing hydrogel composites having improved fluid absorption efficiencies and processes for preparation. Union Carbide Corporation, Moran W R, August 26, 1975: US3901236 (227 worldwide citation)

Hydrogel composites are provided having improved fluid absorption efficiencies which render them especially useful in disposable absorbent articles, such as diapers, catamenial devices and the like. The hydrogels are in particulate form, each particle or agglomerate of particles being substantially ...