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Scott D Augustine: Convective thermal blanket. Augustine Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, September 27, 1994: US05350417 (134 worldwide citation)

A convective thermal blanket is provided which warms or cools a patient's head and body areas by convection. The blanket includes a covering which has top and bottom layers of material, the covering being sealed along its periphery so as to form a plenum chamber. The head end of the covering has a r ...


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Randall C Arnold: Low noise air blower unit for inflating thermal blankets. Augustine Medical, Gray Cary Ware Freidenrich, July 3, 2001: US06254337 (90 worldwide citation)

An air blower unit operates with reduced noise while providing a stream of warmed air. The blower unit includes a housing with an inlet at a first end and an outlet at a second end. A support positions the housing above a support surface such that the inlet points toward the support surface, and the ...


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Scott D Augustine: Convective thermal blanket. Augustine Medical, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, August 19, 1997: US05658325 (34 worldwide citation)

A convective thermal blanket is provided which warms or cools a patient's head and body areas by convection. The blanket includes a covering which has top and bottom layers of material, the covering being sealed along its periphery so as to form a plenum chamber. The head end of the covering has a r ...


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Van, Duren Albert P: Warming device for perioperative use. Arizant Healthcare, Van, Duren Albert P, MEADOR Terrance A, August 17, 2006: WO/2006/086587 (28 worldwide citation)

A warming device for perioperative use includes a clinical garment and a convective thermal blanket supported on an inside surface of the clinical garment. A mechanism may be provided to releasably attach the thermal blanket to the clinical garment.


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Scott D Augustine: Convective thermal blanket. Augustine Medical, Gray Cary Ware Freidenrich, July 27, 1999: US05928274 (19 worldwide citation)

A convective thermal blanket is provided which warms or cools a patient's head and body areas by convection. The blanket includes a covering which has top and bottom layers of material, the covering being sealed along its periphery so as to form a plenum chamber. The head end of the covering has a r ...


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Randall C Arnold: Low noise air blower unit for inflating blankets. Augustine Medical, Gray Cary Ware Freidenrich, October 3, 2000: US06126393 (5 worldwide citation)

An air blower unit operates with reduced noise while providing a stream of warmed air. The blower unit includes a housing with an inlet at a first end and an outlet at a second end. A support positions the housing above a support surface such that the inlet points toward the support surface, and the ...


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Pierre Joseph, Starr Rachel, Hughes Gregory L: Underbody thermal blanket. Smiths Medical Asd, WOO Louis, October 25, 2007: WO/2007/120677 (3 worldwide citation)

An inflatable convective thermal blanket is designed to have at least one section on its top surface that has securely mounted thereon at least one fluid absorbent mechanism for absorbing fluids from a subject that is placed onto the blanket, or from fluids fallen onto the blanket from other sources ...


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Joseph Pierre, Rachel Starr, Gregory Hughes: Underbody thermal blanket. Smiths Medical ASD, Louis Woo, February 23, 2010: US07666214 (2 worldwide citation)

An inflatable convective thermal blanket is designed to have at least one section on its top surface that has securely mounted thereon at least one fluid absorbent mechanism for absorbing fluids from a subject that is placed onto the blanket, or from fluids fallen onto the blanket from other sources ...


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Albert P Van Duren: Warming device for perioperative use. Arizant Healthcare, X Christina Huang, Adam M Brammwell, Terrance A Meador, June 4, 2013: US08454672 (1 worldwide citation)

A warming device for perioperative use includes a clinical garment and a convective thermal blanket supported on an inside surface of the clinical garment. A mechanism may be provided to releasably attach the thermal blanket to the clinical garment.


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Joseph Pierre, Rachel Starr: Hose retainer for thermal blanket. Smiths Medical ASD, Louis Woo, August 23, 2011: US08002940 (1 worldwide citation)

An inflatable convective thermal blanket is designed to have at least one section on its top surface that has securely mounted thereon at least one fluid absorbent mechanism for absorbing fluids from a subject that is placed onto the blanket, or from fluids fallen onto the blanket from other sources ...