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Masatomi Sasaki, Shinichi Kaneda, Nobuyoshi Kashiwagi: Medical material containing covalently bound heparin and process for its production. Terumo Kabushiki Kaisha, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, November 24, 1992: US05165919 (244 worldwide citation)

A medical material comprising a high-molecular weight material and a heparin derivative is provided, which high-molecular weight material comprises a high-molecular weight compound having functional groups capable of binding with epoxy groups, a compound having at least two amino groups and a polyme ...


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Donald H Lorenz, Walter S Creasy: Bio-effecting medical material and device. Hydromer, Hoffmann & Baron, September 6, 1988: US04769013 (150 worldwide citation)

A medical material comprising a polyurethane complexed with polyvinylpyrrolidone and a bio-effecting agent, such as an anti-bacterial agent, complexed with the polyvinylpyrrolidone. The material is used per se as, for example a foam, and as a coating for medical devices such as, for example, cathete ...


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Hiroitsu Kawata, Masayoshi Aruga, Tadayoshi Ohmura, Takashi Sonobe, Satoru Yoneya, Chiharu Sone: Sustained release pharmaceutical composition of solid medical material. Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical, Burgess Ryan & Wayne, September 13, 1983: US04404183 (115 worldwide citation)

Sustained release pharmaceutical compositions of a solid medical material which contains an amorphous solid medical material, polyethylene oxide, and at least one basic substance selected from the group consisting of hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, methyl cellulose, polyvinyl ...


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Hiroitsu Kawata, Masayoshi Aruga, Tadayoshi Ohmura, Takashi Sonobe, Satoru Yoneya, Chiharu Sone: Sustained release pharmaceutical composition of solid medical material. Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical, Burgess Ryan and Wayne, August 10, 1982: US04343789 (108 worldwide citation)

Sustained release pharmaceutical composition of a solid medical material which contains an amorphous solid medical material, polyethylene oxide, and at least one basic substance selected from the group consisting of hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, methyl cellulose, polyvinyl ...


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Gary A Gelbfish: Medical material removal method and associated instrumentation. R Neil Sudol, Henry D Coleman, July 27, 1999: US05928218 (100 worldwide citation)

A minimally invasive medical device comprises a tubular member with a large-diameter distal end portion and a smaller-diameter proximal portion. A clot-intake port is disposed in the distal end portion of the tubular member, while a cutter element is movably disposed in the distal end portion for se ...


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Yasuharu Noishiki, Kazuhiko Kodaira, Masayasu Furuse, Teruo Miyata: Method of preparing antithrombogenic medical materials. Koken, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, February 21, 1989: US04806595 (97 worldwide citation)

In a method of preparing an antithrombogenic medical material having a heparinized collagen as an antithrombogenic component, there is provided a method comprising the steps of fixing a protamine to a collagen through a polyepoxy compound, and heparinizing the collagen by fixing heparin to the prota ...


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Tatsuzo Tanabe, Masao Nambu: Medical material of polyvinyl alcohol and process of making. Nippon Oil Company, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, March 29, 1988: US04734097 (92 worldwide citation)

Provided is a medical material comprising a molded hydrogel obtained by pouring an aqueous solution containing not less than 6 wt. % of a polyvinyl alcohol which has a degree of hydrolysis not less than 97 mole % and average polymerization degree not less than 1,100, into a desired shape of a vessel ...


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Katsutoshi Yoshizato, Jun Konishi, Mikio Koide, Kaori Oyamada, Ken ichi Ohsaki, Takeo Katakura, Yuichi Mori, Ken Tatebe: Cell-penetrable medical material and artificial skin. Terumo Kabushiki Kaisha, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 27, 1994: US05350583 (83 worldwide citation)

Cell-penetrable medical material made of denatured collagen which is prepared by heating, in the presence of water is disclosed, the collagen having cross-linking structure. Artificial skin prepared by using this medical material as a wound-contacting layer (2) is also disclosed.


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Shigehide Takagi, Shigeru Yamauchi: Porous ceramic material and processes for preparing same. Sumitomo Cement, Sherman and Shalloway, March 31, 1987: US04654314 (81 worldwide citation)

A porous ceramic material composed of a sintered porous body of a calcium phosphate compound is described. A multiplicity of capillary void paths having a diameter of 1 to 30 .mu.m and a multiplicity of pores having a diameter of 1 to 600 .mu.m are formed in the sintered porous body. At least part o ...


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Gale H Thorne, Gale H Thorne Jr, Charles V Owen: Unimold container for discarding medical material. Specialized Health Products, Gale H Thorne, December 15, 1998: US05848692 (75 worldwide citation)

A unimold sharps container and a unimold wall mount for a sharps container providing a sharps container system made from only two mold cavities. The sharps container is formed from a single mold cavity and comprises a well having four closed sides and a closed bottom and a top which is hingeably aff ...