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Louis A Errede, James D Stoesz, George D Winter deceased: Composite wound dressing. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Lorraine R Sherman, February 15, 1983: US04373519 (632 worldwide citation)

A composite wound dressing, optionally having controlled permeability, is highly absorbent toward blood and exudate and comprises a polytetrafluoroethylene fibril matrix, hydrophilic absorptive particles enmeshed in the matrix, and, optionally, a partially occlusive film coated on one surface of the ...


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Kurt Haggstrom, Alain Tranchemontagne, Loredana Jinga: Self contained wound dressing with micropump. Tyco Healthcare Group, Elizabeth A O Brien Esq, August 4, 2009: US07569742 (107 worldwide citation)

A composite wound dressing apparatus promotes healing of a wound via the use of a micropump system housed within or above a wound dressing member. The micropump system includes a miniature pump that applies a subatmospheric pressure to the wound to effectively draw wound fluid or exudate away from t ...


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Wallace J Rogozinski: Microelectric apparatus for the antisepsis, promulgation of healing and analgesia of wound and chronic skin ulcers. C R Bard, Dennison Meserole Pollack & Scheiner, March 7, 1995: US05395398 (65 worldwide citation)

A small, handheld, microelectric, direct current generator with a low frequency modality is applied directly to a wound site through a composite wound covering or dressing. An electric potential difference is established between an anode and cathode of the composite wound dressing. Wound healing is ...


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Juhasz Laszlo Dr: Composite wound dressing.. Univ Strathclyde, February 1, 1984: EP0099758-A2 (63 worldwide citation)

The multilayered composite wound dressing comprises of a semipermeable membrane, a permeable supporting and reinforcing layer, and a non-stick, self-sealing biodegradable tissue interface. The semipermeable membrane may be a synthetic collagen, an alginate or a biocompatible polymer and it controls ...


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Haggstrom Kurt, Tranchemontagne Alain, Loredana Jinga: Self contained wound dressing with micropump. Tyco Healthcare Group, Haggstrom Kurt, Tranchemontagne Alain, Loredana Jinga, SCHMIDT Joseph W, March 15, 2007: WO/2007/030601 (49 worldwide citation)

A composite wound dressing apparatus promotes healing of a wound via the use of a micropump system housed within or above a wound dressing member. The micropump system includes a miniature pump that applies a subatmospheric pressure to the wound to effectively draw wound fluid or exudate away from t ...


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Zbigniew Ruszczak, Robert Mehrl, Johann Jeckle: Composite dressings for the treatment of wounds. Syntagoll, Fulbright & Jaworski L, February 15, 2005: US06855860 (46 worldwide citation)

Non-occlusive composite wound dressings that comprises a material polymer wound-healing layer comprised of isolated polymer fibers, and a synthetic polymer foam layer having at least one surface physically adhered to the natural layer by the physical interlocking of the polymer fibers with the surfa ...


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Kurt Haggstrom, Alain Tranchemontagne, Loredana Jinga: Self contained wound dressing with micropump. Tyco Healthcare Group, Elizabeth A O Brien Esq, November 23, 2010: US07838717 (43 worldwide citation)

A composite wound dressing apparatus promotes healing of a wound via the use of a micropump system housed within a wound dressing member. The micropump system includes a miniature pump that applies a subatmospheric pressure to the wound to effectively draw wound fluid or exudate away from the wound ...


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Michael A Masini: Composite wound dressing including inversion means. Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Patmore Anderson & Citkowski, July 1, 1997: US05643189 (43 worldwide citation)

A hospital type of bandage integrates an absorbent pad and non-stick layer with a fluid-impermeable outer layer and an adhesive in a single composite structure. In a preferred embodiment the invention further includes means which may be used to turn the bandage inside out upon removal, so that surfa ...


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Michael A Masini: Composite wound dressing including inversion means. Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Patmore Anderson & Citkowski, November 10, 1998: US05833646 (37 worldwide citation)

A hospital type of bandage integrates an absorbent pad and non-stick layer with a fluid-impermeable outer layer and an adhesive in a single composite structure. In a preferred embodiment the invention further includes means which may be used to turn the bandage inside out upon removal, so that surfa ...


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Gary Wayne Cummings, Robert Cummings: Composite wound dressing with separable components. Sidley & Austin, June 8, 1999: US05910125 (31 worldwide citation)

The dressing system of the present invention provides, in one aspect, a composite dressing that allows a wound to be dressed in one easy step and redressed without disturbing the wound. The composite dressing comprises a contact component having a bottom side facing a wound, and a top side. A dressi ...



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