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Alan Wayne Henley, Leigh Marie Moses, Ronald Leslie Sanderson, John Howard, James H Price, Russell W Bessette: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, October 1, 2002: US06458109 (432 worldwide citation)

A wound treatment apparatus for treatment of surface wounds with a bandage system configured to control the environment adjacent the wound. The apparatus includes a bandage configured to cover a wound and provide a seal about the perimeter of the wound and cavity over the wound. A fluid supply condu ...


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Alan Wayne Henley, Leigh Marie Moses, Ronald Leslie Sanderson, John Howard, James H Price, Russell W Bessette: Wound treatment apparatus. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, October 2, 2007: US07276051 (163 worldwide citation)

A wound treatment apparatus for treatment of surface wounds with a bandage system configured to control the environment adjacent the wound. The apparatus includes a bandage configured to cover a wound and provide a seal about the perimeter of the wound and cavity over the wound. A fluid supply condu ...


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Donald C Roe, Kimberly A Dreier: Diaper having expulsive spacer. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, E Kelly Linman, Jacobus C Rasser, May 7, 1996: US05514121 (151 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article such as a diaper. The diaper has a topsheet, backsheet, and an intermediate core. Affixed to the outwardly oriented surface of the topsheet is an expulsive spacer. The spacer receives and collects fecal material from the wearer. The spacer may be removable from the dia ...


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Timothy D Wildman: Waste segregation compliance system. Hill Rom Services, Bose McKinney & Evans, July 6, 2004: US06759959 (128 worldwide citation)

A waste segregation compliance system and method including a processor, a waste receptacle configured to detect a deposit of an item therein and to provide a deposit signal to the processor, and a detector configured to detect a person and to provide a location signal to the processor in response to ...


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Stanley A Stone: Autosampler. Varian Associates Scientific Systems, Stanley Z Cole, Gerald M Fisher, David Schnapf, December 22, 1987: US04713974 (121 worldwide citation)

An improved microprocessor-controlled autosampler for use in liquid chromatography is shown. The autosampler is fully programmable by the operator and capable of performing complex sample preparation routines. A spring-loaded sample needle is employed to ensure that the needle makes contact with the ...


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Jeffrey H Burbank, Charles D Finch Jr, James M Brugger: Hemofiltration system. NxStage Medical, Proskauer Rose, October 18, 2005: US06955655 (90 worldwide citation)

A hemofiltration system and method is provided that allows for high flow rate, accurate determination of net fluid withdrawal from or addition to a patient, and simple and reliable home operation. A removable, disposable assembly includes a filter housing and pump member including one or more fluid ...


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Arnold J Sumanis: Waste receptacle with interior bag that is opened and closed automatically. Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, June 30, 1992: US05125526 (84 worldwide citation)

A receptacle for receiving soiled articles including a bag which is disposed in and secured to a rotatably mounted holder. The holder is rotated to open and close the bag in response to movement of a foot pedal which opens the bag when the receptacle is opened and closes the bag when the receptacle ...


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Weiss Sam: Advertising frame for use on a waste receptacle. United Metal Receptacle Corporation, O Brien Clarence A, Jacobson Harvey B, April 16, 1974: US3803738 (79 worldwide citation)

A readily attachable and changeable outdoor advertising sign and a complemental relatively stationary but portable support therefor. The sign comprises a metal picture-type frame. The inner perimeter surfaces of the frame members are E-shaped and provide inward and outward seating channels. The outw ...


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Taylor William D: Waste receptacle having liner bag holders. Rubbermaid Sales, Hamilton Renner & Kenner, July 23, 1974: US3825150 (78 worldwide citation)

A molded waste receptacle having integral resilient tabs formed in its side walls and adapted to be sprung inwardly by pressing on their exterior surfaces for engaging under and pinching the periphery of a liner bag between the tabs and the adjacent receptacle wall.


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Todd Henreckson, Nicholas M Nanos, Gregory Holderfield: Document shredding devices. General Binding Corporation, Hill & Simpson, November 23, 1999: US05988542 (68 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides document shredding devices mountable on various waste receptacles for shredding paper. The document shredding devices have a housing defining a paper shredding passageway. A paper shredding mechanism is contained within the housing and extends into the paper shredding ...