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David H Sierra, Edward E Luck, Dennis M Brown: Surgical adhesive material. Matrix Pharmaceutical Project Hear, Bertram I Rowland, March 1, 1994: US05290552 (211 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a surgical adhesive comprising, in an aqueous composition, fibrinogen, FXIII, collagen, thrombin, Ca.sup.2+ and optionally, an antifibrinolytic agent. The present adhesive may be formed from the patient's plasma without the use of any added reagents for concentration o ...


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Sierra David H, Luck Edward E, Brown Dennis M: Surgical adhesive material.. Project Hear, Matrix Pharma, November 8, 1989: EP0341007-A2 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a surgical adhesive comprising, in an aqueous composition, patient autogenous plasma, collagen, thrombin, and optionally, an antifibrinolytic agent. The present adhesive is formed from the patient's plasma without the use of any added reagents for concentration or isol ...


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Kingsdown Medical Consultants, September 12, 1979: GB2015347-A (7 worldwide citation)

A female incontinence device includes a pad of surgical adhesive material, which is connected to a funnel and a pipe. The pipe may include a non-return valve to prevent backflow of urine. The pad may have a ridge-like projection centrally thereon constructed to extend between the labia majora of the ...


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Luck Edward E, Brown Dennis M, Sierra David H: Adhesif pour emploi en chirurgie, Surgical adhesive material. Project Hear, Matrix Pharmaceuticals, Matrix Pharmaceuticals, Cohesion Corporation, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, July 29, 1997: CA1339090

The present invention provides a surgicaladhesive comprising, in an aqueous composition, patientautogenous plasma, collagen, thrombin, and optionally,an antifibrinolytic agent. The present adhesive isformed from the patient's plasma without the use of anyadded reagents for concentration or isolation ...


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August 31, 2017: US20170246026-A1

The present invention relates to an external urinary incontinence treatment a device and a method of deploying an external urinary incontinence treatment device that minimizes the inconvenience of fastening and fixating a urine receiving component to the genital region and to the skin surrounding th ...