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Robert P Scaringe, Jay A Buckman, Lawrence R Grzyll: Micro-climate control vest. Mainstream Engineering Corporation, Antonelli Terry & Wands, August 15, 1989: US04856294 (87 worldwide citation)

A micro-climate cooling vest of lightweight material of double wall construction, the body-proximate portion of which is comfortable and compatible with the clothing or skin of the wearer contains an internal liner portion comprised of a sealable insulative pocket that contains a heat transfer mater ...


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Sandra L Steele, Harry W Nettleton: Cooling vest. Steele And Associates, September 15, 1992: US05146625 (62 worldwide citation)

A cooling vent having opposed front and back panels to substantially cover a user's torso, the panels being non-integral along at least a first side and a first shoulder. First shoulder connector means allows the front and back panels to be releasably connected to one another such that the first sho ...


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Sandra L Steele, Harry W Nettleton: Insulated cooling vest. Steele and Associates, Seed and Berry, April 26, 1994: US05305471 (52 worldwide citation)

A cooling vest having opposed front and back panels to substantially cover a user's torso. At least one pocket (but preferably a plurality of such pockets) is provided on at least one of the panels and preferably both. The pocket has an opening to receive a cooling pack into the pocket. The pocket f ...


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W Clark Dean: Medical cooling vest and system employing the same. Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, February 26, 2002: US06349412 (33 worldwide citation)

Leakage problems in a cooling system for use by medical personnel during surgery are avoided in a vest that includes a sealed, coolant receiving space through which coolant may pass. A source of liquid coolant at ambient pressure is connected to the space and a suction producing device is connected ...


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King Y Kung: Cooling vest. Gunn Lee & Miller, June 11, 1996: US05524293 (24 worldwide citation)

A cooling vest arranged with a pocket between a denim outer layer and a linen inner layer to receive a flexible vessel containing separate pockets filled with water. The vessel is releasably attachable to the vest and in use the water is cooled or frozen before the vessel is fitted in the pocket. Th ...


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Cesar F Silvas: Cooling vest with elongated strips containing a polymer absorbing material. LaRiviere Grubman & Payne, May 26, 1998: US05755110 (20 worldwide citation)

A cooling vest having a plurality of elongated pocket partitions formed on front side and backside vest portions for containing beads of polyacrylamide material that absorb a liquid, such as water, to form a gel that may be chilled, or frozen, to provide a cooling effect on the upper torso of a huma ...


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Ronald H Frank: Self-ventilating cooling vest. Thomas C Saitta, October 10, 2000: US06128784 (17 worldwide citation)

A self-ventilating vest having a plural number of conduits extending through the vest, the conduits having an intake opening and one-way intake valve through which outside air can be drawn into the conduit, one or more compressible members, such as a tube, bulb or bladder retaining the air so that i ...


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Jeffrey Allen, Sylvia Allen: Cooling vest system. August 23, 2005: US06931875 (13 worldwide citation)

A basic vest is formed of a rear panel and laterally disposed front panels. The panels are fabricated of a material of low thermal insulation capabilities. A plurality of pockets has two laterally spaced rectangular front sheets located on the exterior surface of the front panels and two laterally s ...


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Suzuki Miyata, Kawaguchi Kihachiro: Cooling vest. Pearl Yacht, August 28, 2002: JP2002-242007 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cooling vest having excellent cooling capacity, having good fitness, capable of ensuring the degree of freedom in the motions of the human body, having light weight and excellent portableness as well, and further capable of exhibiting continuation (sustainment) in ...


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Keith A Huster, Gregory W Branson, Todd P O Neal, Mayur Yermaneni, Daniel G Chase, Karen M Gove, Timothy J Ikeler, Stephen R Schulte, Rachel Hopkins King, Teresa Maria Mirabella: High frequency chest wall oscillation system. HILL ROM SERVICES, Barnes & Thornburg, May 15, 2018: US09968511 (1 worldwide citation)

A therapy system is operable to deliver at least one respiratory therapy to a patient. For example, therapy system may be operable to deliver any one or more of the following therapies: a high frequency chest wall oscillation (HFCWO) therapy, a positive expiratory pressure (PEP) therapy, a nebulizer ...