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Charles Sperry
Charles R Sperry, Vincent A Piucci Jr, Todd A Hanna: Automated cushion forming system. Carpenter Co, Smith Gambrell & Russell, May 22, 2001: US06234777 (39 worldwide citation)

A foam bag cushion forming system for forming foam bag cushions with a vertical side edge sealer that forms vertical side edge seals in the film material with the foam introduction preferably occurring after the downstream side seal is formed, before the upstream side edge seal is formed, and while ...


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Charles Sperry
Charles R Sperry: Method and apparatus for forming foam cushions. Sealed Air Corporation, Lerner David Littenberg & Samuel, April 1, 1980: US04196160 (17 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for forming a cushion from foam plastic material by first depositing separate masses of foam material, each having a predetermined configuration, onto a moving transfer surface at a depositing station. While the masses of material are being transferred to a forming ...


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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
THIAGARAJAN Chinniah, KULMI Udit, RAJENDRAN Santhosh Kumar: [fr] FEUILLE MULTIPAROI, PROCÉDÉ DE FABRICATION ET ARTICLES COMPORTANT LA FEUILLE MULTIPAROI, [en] A MULTIWALL SHEET, METHODS OF MAKING, AND ARTICLES COMPRISING THE MULTIWALL SHEET. THIAGARAJAN Chinniah, KULMI Udit, RAJENDRAN Santhosh Kumar, SABIC INNOVATIVE PLASTICS IP, January 17, 2013: WO/2013/008179

[en] A multiwall sheet can comprise walls, wherein the walls include: a first wall; a second wall; and a transverse wall, wherein the first wall, the second wall, and the transverse wall extend longitudinally; and a rib extending between adjacent walls, wherein a layer is formed by two adjacent wall ...


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Kenneth Kensey: Device for sealing percutaneous puncture in a vessel. Kensey Nash Corporation, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, January 2, 1990: US04890612 (702 worldwide citation)

A device and method for sealing a puncture or incision formed percutaneously in tissue separating two internal portions of the body of a living being, e.g., a puncture or incision in an artery, in the gall bladder, in the liver, in the heart, etc. The device comprises plug means having a holding por ...


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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. ...


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Mark L Pomeranz, Troy J Chapman, Darren R Sherman, Mir Imran: Apparatus and method for linear lesion ablation. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, September 1, 1998: US05800482 (397 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for ablating body tissue, and particularly for creating linear lesions within a chamber of a patient's heart, includes an elongate member having an ablation section. The ablation section includes an infusion tube and a plurality of spaced electrodes. The infusion tube and electrodes are ...


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Paul Gilson: Occluder device formed from an open cell foam material. Bard Connaught, Morgan & Finnegan L, May 18, 1999: US05904703 (378 worldwide citation)

A transcatheter occluder device for closing an opening in a tissue wall includes a body member formed of an open cell polymer foam capable of holding a predetermined occluder shape and being resiliently compressible for transcatheter deployment. The occluder device includes a pair of spaced-apart di ...


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Stephen K Bubb, David S Zamierowski: Tissue closure treatment system, patient interface and method. KCI Licensing, Mark E Brown, August 30, 2005: US06936037 (350 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure treatment system and method are provided with an external patient interface. A first fluid transfer component FTC.1 comprises a strip of porous material, such as rayon, with liquid wicking properties. FTC.1 can be placed directly on a suture line for transferring fluid exuded theret ...


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Mark L Pomeranz, Troy J Chapman, Darren R Sherman, Scott Tedder, Steven C Anderson: Deflectable loop design for a linear lesion ablation apparatus. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, April 20, 1999: US05895417 (341 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for ablating body tissue, and particularly for creating linear lesions within a chamber of a patient's heart, is provided. The apparatus includes an elongate member having an ablation section which includes an infusion tube and a plurality of spaced electrodes. The infusion tube and ele ...


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Stephen K Bubb, David S Zamierowski: Tissue closure treatment system and method with externally-applied patient interface. KCI Licensing, Mark E Brown, October 4, 2005: US06951553 (284 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure treatment system and method are provided with an external patient interface. A first fluid transfer component FTC.1 comprises a strip of porous material, such as rayon, with liquid wicking properties. FTC.1 can be placed directly on a suture line for transferring fluid exuded theret ...