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Theodore A Golden: Thermal bandage. Dykema Gossett, October 16, 1990: US04962761 (253 worldwide citation)

A thermal bandage including a conforming member which is adapted to be placed against the skin to uniformly heat or cool the skin area and a thermal pack which is mounted to the conforming member to provide the necessary thermal change to heat or cool the adjacent skin area. In the preferred embodim ...


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Theodore A Golden: Thermal bandage. Ralph T Rader, July 11, 1989: US04846176 (85 worldwide citation)

A thermal bandage including a conforming member which is adapted to be placed against the skin to uniformly heat or cool the skin area, a thermal pack which is mounted to the conforming member to provide the necessary thermal change to heat or cool the adjacent skin area and the thermal conducting s ...


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Ronald R Pyrozyk, Steve R Sharp: Thermal bandage. Okanagan House, Bull Housser & Tupper, July 11, 1995: US05431622 (76 worldwide citation)

A thermal bandage apparatus for simultaneously dressing and thermally treating a wounded bodily area includes a fluid absorbent member having a wound contacting surface for absorbing bodily fluids produced by an open wound and holding means adjacent and connected to the fluid absorbent member for ho ...


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Yvette Scherpenborg: Thermal compressive aerating bandage and methods of use relating to same. Dalina Law Group P C, April 1, 2008: US07351217 (35 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, flexible, aerating, compressive, thermal bandage. Perforations allow the treatment area to aerate. Thermal capacity of the invention allows for hot or cold treatment in a manner that compressively supports the object undergoing thermal treatment while maintaining maximum mobility. The ...


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Hope Thomas Clifford Forgan: A thermal bandage.. Hope Thomas Clifford Forgan, Quintner Alexander David, October 7, 1981: EP0036910-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

This application relates to a thermal bandage (10) for the treatment of such injuries as sprains, bruises, burns and the like. In one embodiment the bandage takes the form of a flexible plastic container (11) containing a chillable liquid which will not freeze when stored in a domestic refrigerator ...


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Pyrozyk Ronald Robert, Sharp Steve Ronald: Thermal bandage.. Okanagan House, September 7, 1994: EP0613357-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A thermal bandage apparatus (10) for simultaneously dressing and thermally treating a wounded bodily area includes a fluid absorbent member (46) having a wound contacting surface (52) for absorbing bodily fluids produced by an open wound and holding means adjacent and connected to the fluid absorben ...


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Benard Balu Nicole Gilette: Veritable thermal bandage for e.g. healing wound on finger, has fiber composed of nanoparticles of zirconium dioxide that are connected to fabric, where bandage has durable mechanical elasticity and is washed with liquor. Benard Balu Nicole Gilette, May 16, 2008: FR2908312-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The bandage has high technology fiber provided with microchannels and composed of nanoparticles of zirconium dioxide that are connected to a support fabric, where the bandage has durable mechanical elasticity and is subjected to anti-bacterial treatment and washed with washing liquor. The nanopartic ...


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Ronni L Robinson, Harry S Sowden, Leo B Kriksunov: Thermal treatment device. Johnson & Johnson Consumer, May 8, 2018: US09962284

The present invention is directed to a reusable pain relieving treatment device, such as a belt, that comprises one or more conductive members that extend from an inner surface of the device and are capable of transferring heat, cold or vibrations from disposable or reusable packs.


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