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David A Winchell: Sterile cooling system. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, John P Kirby Jr, Bradford R L Price, George H Gerstman, October 2, 1984: US04474016 (83 worldwide citation)

A cooling system is provided for organs during transplant surgery. A disposable receptacle (10) has a sterilizable interior and is formed of a material that is sufficiently rigid to maintain its shape normally without collapsing but sufficiently flexible to be squeezable manually. A disposable flexi ...


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Karl Leibinger: Sterilizable container. Karl Liebinger Medizintechnik & Co, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, April 23, 1985: US04512498 (48 worldwide citation)

A sterilizable container consists of a container part (25) and a cover (12) mounted thereon via a ring seal (11). Bulges (13) provided in the cover (12) and a filter or valve arrangement (16, 17, 18, 19) mounted internally thereon make a germ-free gas exchange between the interior of the container a ...


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Guy F V Boiron, Laurent Kretz: System for closure and subsequent opening of sterilizable containers. Societe Alsacienne d Aluminium, Lucas & Just, September 8, 1992: US05145737 (28 worldwide citation)

The system for closure and subsequent opening of the sterilizable container is made up of a cover having its sealing layer which bonds to the cover where the sealing layer is made of a polymeric material such as high density polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester and the container, at the point w ...


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Percival C Banks: Method and packaging system for packaging a sterilizable item. Chernoff Vilhauer McClung & Stenzel, June 17, 1997: US05638661 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and a packaging system for packaging a sterilizable item for aseptic presentation onto a sterile field are disclosed. The packaging system for the sterilizable item includes a sterilizable flexible elongate tubular member having an outside, a closed end and an open end having a circumferenc ...


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Glenn L Slater, Gerhard H Weiler, Robert Turoff, Lawrence Kitterman: Sterilizable container with inner closure and collapse-resistant cover. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, John P Kirby Jr, Bradford R L Price, Gary McFarron, October 23, 1984: US04478342 (19 worldwide citation)

A container which includes body, neck and cover portions of one-piece plastic construction and a line of weakness defined between the neck and cover portions to permit selective separation of the cover from the neck, further includes an inner closure carried by and removable with the cover portion t ...


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Kenneth R Wilkes, Chatchai Taosuwan, David M Factor: Sterilizable container and method of fabrication. Saul Epstein, September 3, 1996: US05551781 (19 worldwide citation)

A sterilizable package having at least one flexible plastic wall, and having an access opening therein covered by a peelable two layered tear strip, including a porous membrane and a plastic interlayer, which interlayer has an opening substantially matching the access opening, where the opening in t ...


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Wei K Hsu: Sterilizable cultivation system with separately attachable microfiltration membrane. Sherman D Pernia, March 19, 2002: US06358731 (16 worldwide citation)

A sterilizable cultivation system is provided for growing selected organisms for use in biological applications and the cultivation edible fungi. A sealable, sterilizable container holds a growth substrate in a sterile condition. A separate, adhesive vent filter is provided, which is adhereable to a ...


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Francesco Pallaroni, Luciano Baldini, Alberto Siccardi: Flexible container with valve. Safta S p A, Bieffe S P A, Holman & Stern, April 27, 1982: US04326574 (15 worldwide citation)

A flat, flexible, sterilizable container for a liquid to be maintained and extracted under sterile conditions, said container comprising: a body having walls formed by a three-layer laminate including an outermost layer of a propylene polymer, an innermost layer of a copolymer of ethylene with a sma ...


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Frank L Cooper, Ray C Fatout, William S Hendrickson: Method of reconstituting used cooking oil. C H F, Jenkins Hanley & Coffey, October 5, 1976: US03984447 (12 worldwide citation)

A method of reconstituting used cooking oil which includes the steps of gravity separation of constituents of high specific gravity under elevated temperatures and preferably a light vacuum, decanting the cleared oil, then without artificially-induced heating or cooling, passing the decanted oil thr ...


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Christensson Od W: Sterilizable package. Christenssons Maskiner & Patenter Aktiebolag, Nilles James E, May 27, 1975: US3885730 (12 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a sterilizable container for foodstuffs or the like and comprising a container bowl open at the top and having a circumferential upper edge which is connectable to a lid to form a tight closed unit. The container bowl comprises a cardboard base which is of a particular configurati ...