NOVAPHARM RESEARCH (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD.
|NOVAPHARM RESEARCH (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140341839||BIOCIDAL COATING - The invention relates to a biocidal composition comprising a carboxyl functional polymer and biocidal quaternary ammonium ions. The polymer is a copolymer comprising maleic acid monomer units and/or anions thereof and vinyl ether comonomer units. The composition may be in the form of a film on a surface or in the form of a solution.||11-20-2014|
|20120058077||BIOSTATIC POLYMER - Methods and compositions effective for at least a week for prevention of microbial colony growth on a surface, for example an inanimate surface, where the surface is covered with a dry or substantially dry film formed from a composition comprising a polyvinyl alcohol and a quaternary ammonium compound. The film may be formed in situ by coating the surface with a solution or emulsion comprising a polyvinyl alcohol and a quaternary ammonium compound and then causing or allowing it to dry or substantially dry.||03-08-2012|
|20110135831||BIOSTATIC POLYMER - Methods and compositions effective for at least a week for prevention of microbial colony growth on a surface, for example an inanimate surface, where the surface is covered with a dry or substantially dry film formed from a composition comprising a polyvinyl alcohol and a quaternary ammonium compound. The film may be formed in situ by coating the surface with a solution or emulsion comprising a polyvinyl alcohol and a quaternary ammonium compound and then causing or allowing it to dry or substantially dry.||06-09-2011|
|20110123508||INSTRUMENT CLEANER - A composition or concentrate for cleaning medical or dental instruments comprising in combination a protease and a biostatically effective phenoxy alcohol such as phenoxyethanol selected such that at a working solution dilution of the combination, the phenoxy alcohol is at a concentration below the MIC of the selected phenoxy alcohol against||05-26-2011|
|20110117048||METHOD AND COMPOSITION FOR USE IN PREPARATION OF A PATIENT FOR SURGERY - Composition for application to skin comprising a biocide or combination of biocides (such as chlorhexidine, halogenated phenols, quaternary ammonium compounds; povidone-iodine; zinc pyridinethione; alcohols etc.) and at least one transcutaneous vehicle (for example alkyl methyl sulfoxides, alkyl pyrrolidones, glycols, glycol ethers and glycol esters) effective to convey the biocide to a sub epidermal “resident” micro-organism. Also a method for preparing a patient for surgery comprising the step of treating an area of the patient's skin at, and in the surrounding the vicinity of, the site of an intended surgical incision with a composition effective to kill more than 93% of both “transient” and “resident” micro-organisms.||05-19-2011|
|20110086414||Prion Disinfection - The invention relates to a methods and compositions for treating a surface, suspension or solution contaminated with a PrP||04-14-2011|
|20100260865||VIRICIDAL COMPOSITION - A non-staining composition which is bactericidal, fungicidal and viricidal when applied, comprising in combination; an iodine free bactericide and/or fungicide having a residual efficacy lasting longer than 3 hours on surfaces against bacteria and fungi and a peroxide. A carrier may also be present. The bactericide and/or fungicide may be for example triclosan or a quaternary ammonium compound, or preferably a PVP-phenolic biocide complex (eg PVP-triclosan) or PVAIc/quaternary ammonium compound complex (eg PVP/benzalkonium chloride). The peroxide may be hydrogen peroxide.||10-14-2010|
|20100009884||Low Foaming Cleaner - Liquid compositions for cleaning, in particular medical instruments and air conditioning surfaces, said composition excluding surfactants and comprising one or more enzymes including a protease and optionally a hydrolase, a solvent system including a water soluble glycol ether solvent, at least one anionic hydrotrope, and wherein the molar ratio of said at least one hydrotrope to said glycol ether in the composition is selected to preserve the activity of said one or more enzymes. The hydrotrope is advantageously an anionic hydrotrope selected from the group consisting of water soluble anionic hydrotropes of the formula (I) and having no alkyl side chain greater than six carbons in length, for example a xylene sulfonate or cumene sulfonate salt.||01-14-2010|
|20090049627||- Disposable endoscope cleaning device and method, where the device comprises an elongate member, preferably a monofilament and a wiper, or plurality of wipers, formed from a resiliently deformable elastomeric material integrally moulded with the member. The elongate drives the typically disc shaped wiper axially along the lumen axial direction while the wiper remains oriented in a lumen radial plane from adjacent the axial direction to adjacent the lumen wall. The wiper prior has a diameter greater than said lumen internal diameter but is resiliently deformable, preferably not of uniform stiffness in the radial direction, so that it bends in the trailing direction at or near the lumen wall so that a peripheral margin of the wiper contacts the wall in a band extending through 360 degrees of arc. The device allows for cleaning of multiple lumens of differing diameters in an endoscope.||02-26-2009|
Patent applications by NOVAPHARM RESEARCH (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD.