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Bandages with incorporated medicaments

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424 - Drug, bio-affecting and body treating compositions

424400000 - PREPARATIONS CHARACTERIZED BY SPECIAL PHYSICAL FORM

424443000 - Web, sheet or filament bases; compositions of bandages; or dressings with incorporated medicaments

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
424449000 Transdermal or percutaneous 151
424448000 Pressure sensitive adhesive means 80
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20080260810Hemostat - The present invention is directed towards a hemostat comprising an absorbable foam, an absorbable woven or knitted fabric, thrombin and/or fibrinogen.10-23-2008
20090191258IODINE-CONTAINING COMPOSITIONS - Compositions provided according to embodiments of the present invention include an inorganic clay admixed with an iodine-containing substance. Suitable iodine-containing substances include I07-30-2009
20130084325MANUFACTURING METHOD OF PATCH PREPARATION - The invention provides a method of manufacturing a patch preparation comprising (a) pouring a composition for forming an adhesive layer into a container having a concave part with a shape corresponding to a patch preparation to be manufactured, wherein the composition contains a drug, an adhesive polymer, and an organic solvent; (b) removing the organic solvent from the composition through drying to form a drug-containing adhesive layer in the concave part; and (c) laminating a support on the drug-containing adhesive layer to provide the patch preparation comprising a support and the drug-containing adhesive layer formed on one surface of the support.04-04-2013
20090280162LAYERED WOUND DRESSING - A wound dressing including at least one biocompatible support material and at least one polysaccharide as a hemostatic means (hemostyptic) and/or that unites severed regions of body tissue, and having a layered structure of at least one layer of the support material and at least one layer of the polysaccharide.11-12-2009
20090130187Covalent Conjugates of Cotton and Substitutes (Viscose, Modal Cotton) with Bioactive Substances Having Antiseptic, Sanitizing, Acaricidal and Insect Repellent Activity, and a Method for Obtaining Them - The present invention concerns covalent conjugates of cotton and substitutes (viscose, modal cotton) with bioactive substances having antiseptic, sanitizing, acaricidal and insect repellent activity, as well as a new process for obtaining aforesaid conjugates in common equipment of the textile industry, without compromising the marketable and organoleptic properties of the cotton and its substitutes treated in this manner. The conjugates obtained by the new process are characterized by a high stability, while maintaining in the long term the antiseptic, sanitizing, acaricidal and/or insect repellent activity imparted by the procedure described herein.05-21-2009
20100119584MEDICATED PATCH COMPRISING 5-METHYL-1-PHENYL-2-(1H)-PYRIDONE - There is provided a medicated patch including 5-methyl-1-phenyl-2-(1H)-pyridone. A medicated patch comprising a percutaneously absorbable preparation layer, wherein the percutaneously absorbable preparation layer includes 5-methyl-1-phenyl-2-(1H)-pyridone or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof as an active component, a dissolving agent and an aqueous base material (or a rubber-type base material), and the active component is contained in an amount of 0.1 to 30 mass % relative to the total amount of the percutaneously absorbable preparation layer.05-13-2010
20090304780WOUND DRESSINGS INCORPORATING HONEY - An improved wound dressing using a honey composition is provided. Preferably, the honey composition includes buckwheat honey.12-10-2009
20090092659Devices for Improved Wound Management - The present invention provides devices and compositions for the management of infection of topical lesions, each of the devices and compositions containing protonated/acidified nucleic acids either on its surface, or integrated into the device. These modified nucleic acids are effective as bactericidal and/or bacteriostatic agents without regard to the class of bacteria, so are especially useful when diagnosis is difficult or when multiple infectious organisms are present. The antibiotic activity of nucleic acids of the invention is not dependent on either the specific sequence of the nucleic acid or the length of the nucleic acid molecule. The nucleic acids used in the invention are protonated/acidified to give a pH when dissolved in water of less than pH 7 to about 1, more preferably less than pH 4.5 to about 1, and even more preferably less than pH 2 to about 1.04-09-2009
20110014269CIVAMIDE PATCH FOR LOCALIZED POST-INCISIONAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN - A dermal method of treating chronic post-operative pain with a TRPV-1 receptor modulator. More specifically, a method for treating localized post-incisional neuropathic pain by administering a civamide-containing patch.01-20-2011
20090269394METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATING ONCHOMYCOSIS - The present invention relates to methods for treating and completely curing fungal, yeast and/or mold infections in human subjects comprising topically administering to a human subject in need thereof an antifungal nanoemulsion composition.10-29-2009
20110020425Materials and methods for wound treament - The subject invention pertains to methods and compositions for wound treatment. The methods and compositions provide for promoting and accelerating wound healing; provide for inhibition of microbial infection; provide for a protective scab-like covering on a wound; and/or for arresting the flow of blood or body fluids from an open wound. The methods and compositions can be used to increase granulation and epithelialization in a wound. In one embodiment, a substantially anhydrous compound of a salt ferrate and a cation exchange material is provided. Compositions of the invention can also include silver compounds. In use, compositions of the invention are preferably applied as a dry dressing to an exuding chronic wound site. If the chronic wound site is dry, the wound site may be wetted with a suitable liquid or aqueous media prior to applying the dressing in dry form.01-27-2011
20090232878Artificial Skin Substitute - An improved skin substitute is presented comprised of non-biological materials produced with a series of regularly-spaced pores and a nylon weave netting. The top component is a thin (approximately 0.001″ thick) silicone elastomer in which pore holes have been vacuum-pulled; physically attached to the silicone elastomer is a fine knitted nylon fabric (12/1, 15/1 denier); incorporated into the silicone/nylon structure are collagen peptides [about 10 micrograms per square centimeter of Porcine type 1—“the active component”] without cross-linking agent to enable a quick interaction with fibrin in the wound to achieve acute adherence.09-17-2009
20090232877Method and composition for in situ formation and/or expansion of a polymer-based hemostatic agent to control bleeding - A composition for in situ formation and/or expansion of a polymer-based hemostatic agent to control bleeding includes a suitable amount of a polymer or polymer-forming component, hydrogen peroxide or chemical(s) capable of forming hydrogen peroxide, or a combination of both, and a decomposing agent for hydrogen peroxide. The decomposing agent includes an endogenously or exogenously supplied catalyst (other than catalase), or both, and/or the polymer or polymer-forming component.09-17-2009
20090232876Method and composition for in situ formation of an artificial blockage to control bleeding - A composition for in situ formation of an artificial blockage to control bleeding includes a suitable amount of a polymer-forming component, a suitable amount of a crosslinking agent, hydrogen peroxide, and a decomposing agent for hydrogen peroxide. The decomposing agent includes exogenous or endogenous catalase, or both.09-17-2009
20090202616Composite, Method of Producing the Composite and Uses of the Same - The invention relates to a composite comprising a semi-permeable barrier layer that is permeable to oxygen and impermeable to moisture; and a scaffold fiber layer formed by electrospinning fibers on one side of the barrier layer.08-13-2009
20090010997Multi-layer medical patch with impermeable center - A muco-adhesive patch for delivery of drugs into mucous membranes. On the muco-contact side, a water impermeable layer covers the center of the patch and less than half of the muco-contact side of the patch. Drugs may be added by mixing the drug with an adhesive material and placing a spot of the drug plus adhesive onto the exposed side of the water impermeable layer. A lenticular medical patch with a thin, tapered edge can be made with multiple layers by passing a single sheet such as a sheet of plastic through a production line in which each layer is applied in turn maintaining registration by reference to edges of the sheet or to marks on the sheet.01-08-2009
20090010996Human antibiotic proteins - The invention relates to proteins, notably SAP-2 and SAP-3, having an antibiotic action. The invention also relates to a method for purifying certain antimicrobial proteins, as well as to a use of said antimicrobial proteins for antibiotic therapy or to a use of cells which were transfected with a DNA which codes for the proteins provided for in the invention01-08-2009
20090010995Patch and patch preparation - The present invention aims to provide a patch and a patch preparation that do not require an acrylic polymer, and are capable of maintaining a large amount of an organic liquid component in an adhesive layer.01-08-2009
20100021528CONFORMABLE STRUCTURED THERAPEUTIC DRESSING - A conformable structured therapeutic dressing (01-28-2010
20090148503Topical devices and methods for assisting performance of surgical incision - A flexible topical device for assisting performance of surgical incision comprises a tear-resistant support layer and an adhesive layer disposed thereon. The device can further comprises a tear-resistant reinforcement layer disposed adjacent to the support layer. The device is adhesively attached to a surface of the tissue in which an incision is to be made, adjacent to the incision. The device prevents or limits an initiation or propagation of a tear in the tissue resulting from the stresses or strains imposed on the incision.06-11-2009
20100266670TRANSDERMALLY ABSORPTIVE PREPARATION - This invention is to provide a transdermal administration type pharmaceutical preparation which has better transdermal absorptivity, safety and practical application for treatment of bone calcium metabolic diseases, such as high calcium in blood which resulted from osteoporosis, osteitis deformans and malignant tumors.10-21-2010
20110293692HYDROGEL IMPLANTS WITH VARYING DEGREES OF CROSSLINKING - The present disclosure relates to a hydrogel composition and methods of using the same. The hydrogel composition may include precursors that react with each other upon contact as well as precursors that react upon contact with an initiator. In embodiments, the resulting hydrogels may have varying levels of crosslinking with both denser and less dense regions.12-01-2011
20080317831HEMOSTATIC SPONGE AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME - A device for promoting the clotting of blood includes a web of non-woven fibers of a polymer having a hemostatic agent disposed on the fibers. The fibers are randomly arranged to form the web. When the device is applied to a bleeding wound, at least a portion of the hemostatic agent comes into contact with blood to cause the blood to clot. A hemostatic sponge includes a melt-blown non-woven fibrous web of polymer material and a hemostatic agent that is attached to the fibers. A method of making a hemostatic sponge includes the steps of melting a polymer and combining the polymer with a hot air stream. A hemostatic agent is added to the melt. The melt with the hemostatic agent is then drawn into fibers and collected as a web.12-25-2008
20100189770BIOERODIBLE PATCH - A bioerodible patch comprising at least one bioadhesive layer and at least one non-bioadhesive layer, wherein the bioadhesive layer comprises at least one polyaphron dispersion and at least one bioadhesive polymer, and wherein the polyaphron dispersion comprises at least one pharmaceutically active agent.07-29-2010
20110171285Design of Fibrinogen and Fibrinogen Derived Products with Reduced Bacterial Binding by Using Modified Sequences of Fibrinogen Chains - The present invention describes the design and development of new fibrinogen and fibrinogen derived products with significantly reduced binding to bacteria while retaining normal physiological functions by using modified fibrinogen amino acid sequences. The present invention describes modified sequences of Fg γ-chains and β-chains with reduced binding to 07-14-2011
20080311178Gel composition and use thereof - The present invention provides a composition for a medical material or a hygiene material, which contains a large amount of an organic liquid component, has sufficient flexibility and can retain shape. The present invention provides a gel composition for a medical material or a hygiene material, which contains a liquid rubber component having a functional group capable of crosslinking reaction in a molecule and 90 parts by weight or above and 1250 parts by weight or below of an organic liquid component relative to 100 parts by weight of the rubber component, which gel composition is crosslinked.12-18-2008
20110076321SELF-ADHESIVE POLYMER MATRIX CONTAINING SEA ALGAE EXTRACT - A self-adhesive polymer matrix which comprises a polymer that forms a gel in water, water, a sea algae extract, and a monohydric or polyhydric alcohol.03-31-2011
20120269880PURIFIED AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF USE - Compositions having a combination of specific biological components have been found to exert a number of useful effects in mammalian cells, including modulating TGF β signaling, apoptosis, and proliferation of mammalian cells, as well as decreasing inflammation in mice. These components can be obtained commercially, or can be prepared from biological tissues such as placental tissues. Placental amniotic membrane (AM) preparations described herein include AM pieces, AM extracts, AM jelly, AM stroma, and mixtures of these compositions with additional components. The compositions can be used to treat various diseases, such as wound healing, inflammation and angiogenesis-related diseases.10-25-2012
20090311310Patch and patch preparation - The present invention provides a patch capable of suppressing adhesive residue on the skin surface upon peeling off from the skin in the presence of water due to perspiration and the like, as well as easy detachment from the skin in the presence of water due to perspiration and the like. The present invention provides a patch comprising a support and an adhesive layer provided on at least one surface of the support, wherein the adhesive layer is formed by crosslinking a blend of the following component (A) to component (D): (A) a copolymer obtained by copolymerization of a monomer containing a carboxyl group, (meth)acrylate and vinylpyrrolidone as essential components; (B) a copolymer obtained by copolymerization of a monomer having a basic group as an essential component; (C) a liquid component, and (D) an acidic compound.12-17-2009
20080241230Method of Treating Scar Tissue - A method of treating scar tissue by applying a composite sheet for delivering therapeutic agents to the skin is disclosed. The composite sheet comprises a flexible porous polymer for holding and releasing the therapeutic agent in a polymer enrobing material. Microchannels pass through the polymer enrobing material and flexible porous polymer to promote the release of the therapeutic agent. The composite sheet is capable of releasing the therapeutic agent for periods of about 0 to about 30 days.10-02-2008
20080317830Compositions and Methods for the Treatment of Wounds and Scar Tissue - Compositions for the treatment of wounds and/or scars are described herein. The compositions contain between 1 and up to 30% by weight, more preferably between 1 and 20%, most preferably between about 5 and 10% by weight particles, such as titanium dioxide or a similar material in a pharmaceutically acceptable base or carrier, such as petrolatum. The compositions are less greasy than petrolatum alone, and thus are more aesthetically pleasing. The compositions exhibit occlusive properties comparable to petrolatum. The compositions are absorbed into the skin, unlike petrolatum, and exhibit significant wound healing characteristics not observed with petrolatum alone. In one embodiment, the pharmaceutically acceptable base is petrolatum and the particles are titanium dioxide. The compositions can be used to treat complex, hard to heal wounds, such as diabetic ulcers; pressure sores, such as bed sores; lacerations; bite wounds; burns; penetrating wounds; surgical wounds, etc. The composition can also be used to promote normal healing of scar tissue. The compositions can also be used for the topical delivery of one or more active agent. The compositions can be used to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and to rehydrate skin or to treat dry skin.12-25-2008
20100178322Adhesive preparation and patch preparation - An adhesive preparation comprising an adhesive preparation main body comprising a support and an adhesive layer laminated on at least one surface of the support, and a release liner formed on a surface on the side opposite from the support side of the adhesive layer of the adhesive preparation main body, wherein the adhesive preparation main body has a flat plane area of 1.5-15 cm07-15-2010
20100239645Methods and Compositions for Wound Healing - Glycerophosphate salts have been found to hasten the healing of wounds and minimize the formation of scars, particularly when it is first applied to a wound about 0 to about 7 days after the wound is inflicted. Methods and compositions are provided for treating wounds using a composition comprising an effective amount of glycerophosphate salt. In particular, methods are provided for treating wounds using calcium glycerophosphate (CGP), for accelerating the healing process, reducing pain and scar formation, and for the cosmetic reducing, excision, erasure and/or complete repair of scars (scar revision).09-23-2010
20090291125BANDAGE AND METHOD FOR VITAL BLEACHING OF SKIN - A bandage and method for vital bleaching of human skin discolored as a result of bruising (ecchymosis) provides transdermal delivery of hydrogen peroxide as a bleaching agent in gel or other form. The bandages provide delivery and application by waterproof and light-proof strips and pads carrying hydrogen peroxide in sufficient concentration for safe oxidation of bruised tissue with resultant eradication of visible discoloration, and amelioration of associated tenderness.11-26-2009
20080274165WOUND HEALING COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING KERATIN BIOMATERIALS - Disclosed are keratin preparations for use in medical applications. Methods of treating wounds are provided, wherein keratin preparations are applied to the wound in a treatment effective amount. Methods of treating burn wounds are also provided. Surgical or paramedic aids are provided, comprising a substrate with keratin preparations provided thereon. Kits comprising keratin derivatives packaged in sterile form are also provided.11-06-2008
20130129808MEDICAL PRODUCT CONTAINING ACTIVE COMPONENT OF PROPOLIS OR GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - A medical product containing either an active ingredient of propolis which is a natural antibiotic or a grapefruit seed extract, and a manufacturing method thereof are provided. The medical product is impregnated with a solution of CAPE (caffeic acid phenethyl ester) or pinocembrin, which is an active ingredient of propolis having antibacterial effects, to increase the antibacterial activity of the medical product due to antibacterial compounds contained in the active component, or the medical product is impregnated with a solution of a grapefruit seed extract such that the extract can exhibit antibacterial activity in the medical product.05-23-2013
20100297213Method For Making Patches By Electrospray - The invention relates to patches and methods for manufacturing patches intended for skin application of a substance wherein the patch includes a conductive support, and a liquid formulation of the substance is deposited on the support of the patch by electrohydrodynamic spraying.11-25-2010
20110117179COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING ELEMENTAL METALS AND USES THEREFOR - The invention provides compositions and devices for altering biological field effects and methods for their use in therapeutic and agricultural applications. In particular, the invention provides compositions including one or more elemental metals coated with one or more non-conducting or semi-conducting materials and methods for their application to animals (including humans) and/or plants.05-19-2011
20100015209Patch and patch preparation - Provided is a patch having good adhesion property, which stably maintains the quality for a long time.01-21-2010
20100015210Patch and patch preparation - Provided is a patch having good adhesion property, which stably maintains the quality for a long time.01-21-2010
20100055158Environmentally Activated Compositions, Articles and Methods - An article includes a film layer; at least one layer of adhesive on at least one side of the film layer; a patch or strip comprising at least one antimicrobial agent, the patch or strip disposed on the same side of the film layer as the at least one layer of adhesive; and a relatively non-flexible sheet releasably attached to the side of the film layer opposite to the patch or strip. Alternatively, an article includes a film layer; a collagen layer; and a biodegradable hydrogel layer comprising PHMB; wherein the biodegradable hydrogel layer comprising PHMB is disposed between the film layer and the collagen layer03-04-2010
20090028928Patch and patch preparation - The present invention aims to provide a patch and a patch preparation that do not require an acrylic polymer, and are capable of maintaining a large amount of an organic liquid component in an adhesive layer.01-29-2009
20090214623ANISOTROPIC HYDROGELS - The invention relates to an anisotropic hydrogel and a method of producing the anisotropic hydrogel. The hydrogel exhibiting anisotropic properties is poly(vinyl alcohol) produced by preparing a solution of poly(vinyl alcohol) with a pre-selected concentration, thermally cycling the solution by freezing and thawing, stretching the hydrogel and thermally cycling the hydrogel at least one more time The anisotropic hydrogel is used for tissue replacement and reconstruction, bioagent entrapment and delivery, in preparing ultrasound or radiofrequency thermal therapy transmission pads and substitutes for ice bags, as denture base, in soft contact lens material, for wound covering bandages and phantoms for medical-related use.08-27-2009
20110150973ELECTROSPUN DEXTRAN FIBERS AND DEVICES FORMED THEREFROM - The invention generally relates to dextran fibers which are preferably electrospun and devices formed from such fibers. In particular, such devices may include substances of interest (such as therapeutic substances) associated with the electrospun fibers. Upon exposure to a liquid the electrospun fibers dissolve immediately and the substances of interest are released into the liquid. Exemplary devices include bandages formed from electrospun dextran fibers and associated agents that promote hemostasis, such as thrombin and fibrinogen.06-23-2011
20100260824Antimicrobial Foam Compositions, Articles and Methods - Articles may be formed including: at least one layer of foam, the foam layer and at least one antimicrobial agent associated with foam layer, the antimicrobial agent including PHMB, PEHMB, or derivatives thereof; at least one non-adherent layer disposed on at least a portion of the foam layer, the non-adherent layer being permeable to moisture; and a film disposed on at least another portion of the foam layer, the film being breathable to allow escape of moisture, but substantially impermeable to bacteria. Another article may include at least one layer of foam, the foam having pores of different sizes, at least some of the pores at least partially filled with at least one elutable antimicrobial agent, the pores of different sizes forming a gradient with the foam layer. Yet another article may include a foam matrix and a plurality of dissolvable members disposed with the foam matrix, at least one antimicrobial agents associated with the dissolvable members such that upon dissolution thereof the antimicrobial agent is eluted and pores or voids are created in the foam matrix. Wound dressings formed from the above articles are also described.10-14-2010
20090022781DELIVERY MEANS - A delivery means, for example a dressing, for delivering an antibacterial metal, for example silver, comprises the metal in combination with a hydrophilic polymer. The polymer may be cross-linked by a butylidene polymer to define a gel. In the examples, silver nitrate may be reduced to metallic silver, protected using polyvinylalcohol which is cross-linked to define a gel.01-22-2009
20080248090GRADUATED CONCENTRATION SODIUM CHLORIDE PATCHES FOR THE TREATMENT OF DENTAL CONDITIONS - A plurality of patches are prepared, containing a therapeutic agent, particularly NaCl, another salt, or another type of agent, for being held in contact with a portion of the oral cavity in order to treat a dental condition. The patches have respective concentrations of NaCl such that the concentrations cover a range from substantially hypotonic to substantially hypertonic. In particular, the plurality of patches may have a corresponding plurality of respective concentrations between about 0.22% and about 25% (weight/volume).10-09-2008
20100150991Combination Wound Therapy - A device for providing improved wound healing is described. The device includes a vacuum system for applying a sub-atmospheric pressure to the wound, a gas supply system for applying a gaseous wound healing agent to the wound, and a controller connected with the vacuum system and the gas supply system that controls the applications of the sub-atmospheric pressure and the application of the gaseous wound healing agent to the wound. A method of using the device for improved wound healing is also described.06-17-2010
20100003312EXTERNAL SKIN PATCH - An object of the invention is to provide a hydrous external skin patch, which has adherence sufficient for adhering to an affected area for several times without using an auxiliary tape or the like and is excellent in utility so that the patch can be easily peeled off even if the paste adheres to itself before application to the affected area.01-07-2010
20080254105PHARMACEUTICAL CARRIER DEVICE SUITABLE FOR DELIVERY OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS TO MUCOSAL SURFACES - The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical delivery device for application of a pharmaceutical to mucosal surfaces. The device comprises an adhesive layer and a non-adhesive backing layer, and the pharmaceutical may be provided in either or both layers. Upon application, the device adheres to the mucosal surface, providing localized drug delivery and protection to the treatment site. The kinetics of erodability are easily adjusted by varying the number of layers and/or the components.10-16-2008
20130195959LYOPHILIZED PLATELET LYSATES - The present disclosure is drawn to compositions and methods of making and using lyophilized platelet lysates. Specifically, a method of preparing a composition suitable for therapeutic use or as a culture medium can comprise steps of concentrating platelets from a platelet source to form a platelet rich portion of the platelet source, and lysing the platelets in the platelet rich portion to form a plurality of lysates. An additional step includes lyophilizing the lysates to form lyophilized platelet lysates in a composition with released concentrations of available growth factors, cytokines, and chemokines. In one example, at 30%, by platelet count, of platelets from a platelet source can be lysed using this process.08-01-2013
20110020424USE OF THE IRRITATING PRINCIPAL OLEOCANTHAL IN OLIVE OIL, AS WELL AS STRUCTURALLY AND FUNCTIONALLY SIMILAR COMPOUNDS - The invention provides oleocanthal analogs and methods of using oleocanthals in various formulations including, food additives; pharmaceuticals; cosmetics; animal repellants; and discovery tools for mammalian irritation receptor genes, gene products, alleles, splice variants, alternate transcripts and the like.01-27-2011
20110256209Skin patch for improving menstrual - A patch and topical application for improving discomfort from menstruation includes soap scented oil mixed with vegetable oil, such as castor oil.10-20-2011
20090202617Gas based wound and tissue therapeutics - This invention provides articles of manufacture and bandages comprising compartments and layers comprising oxygen and other therapeutic gas storage forms and perfluorocarbons. This invention also provides for methods of delivering oxygen and other therapeutic gases to a tissue in a subject comprising a administering to the tissue a composition comprising a perfluorocarbon and a oxygen or therapeutic gas storage form, so as to thereby deliver oxygen or the therapeutic gas to the tissue.08-13-2009
20100158989Hemostatic Agent Composition, Delivery System and Method - A hemostatic agent composition, delivery system and method include a hemostatic agent composition which is inert and non-reactive relative to blood clotting proteins and platelets. The composition includes a clay material combined with a humectant in a stable suspension embedded in a mesh fabric and, when dried, is capable of accelerating the formation of a stable clot when applied to an actively bleeding wound or drying other bodily fluids.06-24-2010
20120207815METHOD OF TREATING EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS - The present invention relates to the treatment of EE. More specifically, the invention relates to a new method of treating EE through the epicutaneous route. In particular, the method of the invention comprises applying to the skin of the subject a skin patch device, comprising a composition, under conditions allowing a contact between said composition and the skin. The present invention also relates to the skin patch device and to a use of the skin patch device in the manufacture of a composition for treating eosinophilic esophagitis in a subject.08-16-2012
20110189260USE OF ZINC CHELATORS TO INHIBIT BIOFILM FORMATION - A method is provided for inhibiting formation of a biofilm of bacteria, the method including contacting the bacteria with an effective amount of at least one zinc chelator, wherein the bacteria contain at least one zinc adhesion module, whereby formation of the biofilm is inhibited. A method for inhibiting biofilm formation on a device and a topical pharmaceutical composition for the inhibition of biofilm formation are also provided.08-04-2011
20100028411ADHESIVE SKIN PATCH AND METHOD FOR EVALUATION OF ADHESIVE SKIN PATCH - Disclosed is an adhesive skin patch having an SIS block copolymer as an adhesive component, which has an improved handling property and can reduce irritation to a user. The adhesive skin patch comprises a flexible substrate and an adhesive layer laminated on the substrate, wherein the adhesive layer comprises a styrene-isoprene-styrene block copolymer. In the adhesive skin patch, the tan δ value of the adhesive agent as determined by measuring a dynamic viscoelasticity at 32° C. satisfies a requirement represented by the following formula 1 at least one frequency laying between 0.04 to 0.25 Hz. 0.25x+0.05≦y≦0.25x+0.10 (formula 1) [wherein x represents a frequency (Hz); and y represents a tan δ value.]02-04-2010
20080274164Atrium Patch - The invention relates to a plaster composition for administering active agents in and to bodily orifices, such as e.g. the buccal cavity, lips or genitalia.11-06-2008
20090053288Hemostatic woven fabric - The present invention is directed to a woven fabric having the modified crowsfoot weave pattern shown in FIGS. 02-26-2009
20100247615Superabsorbent Materials Comprising Peroxide - This invention pertains to a polymeric composition and an antimicrobial composition, each comprising a superabsorbent polymer (SAP), such as used in diapers and sanitary napkins, and peroxide. The superabsorbent material can be made by the process of treating a preformed SAP, such as a crosslinked polyacrylate salt, with a treatment solution comprising hydrogen peroxide dissolved in water, followed by drying. The resulting superabsorbent material has strong antimicrobial activity. Optionally, the treatment solution may also contain a metal salt, including those of zinc, zirconium, and magnesium.09-30-2010
20100055157SILVER BASED ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOSITIONS AND ARTICLES - Antimicrobial articles, including cohesive, adhesive, and pressure-sensitive adhesive articles, comprising a substrate and a silver compound, and methods of making antimicrobial articles are described.03-04-2010
20090098194POLY(UREA-URETHANE) COMPOSITIONS USEFUL AS TOPICAL MEDICAMENTS AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME - The present invention provides a method of treating a skin ailment including administering to a subject in need thereof, a therapeutically effective amount of a composition including (i) a primary diamine; (ii) a secondary aromatic diamine; (iii) a polyisocyanate; and (iv) optionally, a polyol. The present invention also provides a method of forming a skin bandage.04-16-2009
20090155342Mineral technologies (MT) for acute hemostasis and for the treatment of acute wounds and chronic ulcers - Compositions comprising clay minerals and methods for their use in promoting hemostasis are provided. The compositions comprise clay minerals such as bentonite, and facilitate blood clotting when applied to a hemorrhaging wound. Electrospun or electrosprayed materials (e.g. bandages, micron beads, etc.) which include clay minerals, and methods for the treatment of acute hemorrhage, are also provided.06-18-2009
20110064787Detoxifying patch - A detoxifying patch is disclosed that is preferably applied to the soles of the feet as a therapeutic treatment to remove toxins from the body and increase blood circulation. The patch includes a pouch and a backing with an optional foil backing. The pouch contains various ingredients including mandarin wood vinegar, mandarin oil, bamboo vinegar, tourmaline, magnets, magnetic powder and/or zeolite. The patch is secured to a user by an adhesive on the backing or optionally a separate adhesive strip.03-17-2011
20090004255Adhesive patch for external use with improved cohesive force and sustained-release characteristics - The amount of penetration into the skin in adhesive patches generally tends to show a certain peak and trough. An adhesive patch is provided in which the drug shows satisfactory penetrability because of a polymer proportion and drug penetration is constant over a certain period. The adhesive patch for external use has a pressure-sensitive adhesive layer containing a drug. It is characterized in that the pressure-sensitive adhesive layer comprises: polyvinylpyrrolidone and/or a copolymer of monomers including vinylpyrrolidone as the main ingredient; and a (meth)acrylic ester copolymer having a basic nitrogen atom and/or cationic nitrogen atom.01-01-2009
20090148502COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING LACERATIONS, ABRASIONS, AVULSIONS, BURNS, ULCERS, AND CASES OF EXCESSIVE BLEEDING - Described herein are compositions and methods related to wound treatment. Compositions are multi-components admixed in amounts and ratios to meet specific objectives for optimally treating various types of wound injury.06-11-2009
20100055159PERCUTANEOUS PREPARATIONS - A bisphosphonic acid derivative-containing percutaneous preparation of an excellent percutaneous permeability, comprising a bisphosphonic acid derivative such as incadronic acid, minodronic acid, etc., or pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, a solubilizing agent for the derivative or pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, and an amphiphilic solubilizing auxiliary agent, which may optionally contain a suspension-type base such as a polyvalent alcohol, a higher fatty acid ester, a liquid hydrocarbon or a vegetable oil, etc. This preparation has an excellent percutaneous permeability, reduces burdens on the patient, does not deteriorate the patient's compliance even in the administration over a prolonged period of time and can achieve the therapeutic effects in a short period of time.03-04-2010
20120015022Biodegradable wound care products with biocompatible artificial skin treatment - A biodegradable wound care product with biocompatible artificial skin treatment is described. It includes a biodegradable bandage support member and a biodegradable adhesive on at least a portion thereof. The support member is made of a biodegradable material, such as natural or artificial textiles, plastics or papers. The biodegradable actives carrier is attached to a portion of the biodegradable bandage support member and is a synthetic or natural biodegradable adhesive or a combination thereof. The active ingredient located on the biodegradable actives carrier includes a layer of biocompatible algae artificial skin including sterilized water and at least sixty percent by weight of reconstituted seaweed. Laminaria seaweed may be used for its desirable polyfucose sulfate content. The active ingredient is prepared by first drying the raw materials, converting the raw materials to a powder and then reconstituting the powder with sterilizes water and other possible actives and/or inerts.01-19-2012
20100291185THERITOL PHOSPHATES, SALTS THEREOF AND METHODS OF USE - This application discloses compositions containing synthetic threitol phosphates, in particular threitol monophosphate, threitol-bis-phosphate, threitol diphosphate, and/or threitol triphosphate. The threitol phosphates are useful in treating wounds, for cosmetic applications, and for bone and periodontal regeneration.11-18-2010
20120121687Wound healing material and method for fabricating the same - The present invention provides a wound healing material and method for fabricating the same. The wound healing material comprises a hydrophobic fluoro-containing membrane having a first surface and a second surface opposing to each other; and at least one biocompatible polymer covalently bonded to at least one part of the first surface of the membrane wherein the membrane is air permeable but liquid impermeable and the water contact angle of the first surface formed with the biocompatible polymer is smaller than or equal to 40 degrees.05-17-2012
20120219612Mineral Technologies (MT) for Acute Hemostasis and for the Treatment of Acute Wounds and Chronic Ulcers - Compositions comprising clay minerals and methods for their use in promoting hemostasis are provided. The compositions comprise clay minerals such as bentonite, and facilitate blood clotting when applied to a hemorrhaging wound. Electrospun or electrosprayed materials (e.g. bandages, micron beads, etc.) which include clay minerals, and methods for the treatment of acute hemorrhage, are also provided.08-30-2012
20100272783Methods of Treating Infections of the Nail - Disclosed herein are compositions and methods of treating or preventing an infection of the nail, claw, or hoof comprising administering to a subject a pharmaceutical composition comprising an N-halogenated or N,N-dihalogenated amine compound of the application.10-28-2010
20120082715Stabilized products, processes and devices for preparing the same - A composition comprising a glassified, stabilized particle preparation having a low water activity (between about 0.1 and 0.9) is provided. The preparations provide improved products with enhanced storage stability, less expensive cost of processing, and extended shelf life. The glassified, stabilized particle preparations are particularly efficacious in the preparation of perishable products, especially pharmaceutical agents, such as human blood and blood products (e.g., red blood cells). A single emulsion process comprising a 2-phase system for preserving food and pharmaceutical products is also provided. Stabilized biological products as glassified beads are also provided, as well as a method for rehydrating and/or reconstituting the glassified beads to provide useful and fully active reconstituted and/or rehydrated materials is also presented.04-05-2012
20080299183Patch and patch preparation - The present invention aims at provision of a patch with suppressed occurrence of adhesive residue on the skin after peeling in the presence of water due to perspiration and the like.12-04-2008
20120328690Amniotic Membrane Preparations and Purified Compositions and Anti-Inflammation Methods - Compositions having a combination of specific biological components have been found to exert a number of useful effects in mammalian cells, including modulating TGF β signaling, apoptosis, and proliferation of mammalian cells, as well as decreasing inflammation in mice. These components can be obtained commercially, or can be prepared from biological tissues such as placental tissues. Placental amniotic membrane (AM) preparations described herein include AM pieces, AM extracts, AM jelly, AM stroma, and mixtures of these compositions with additional components. The compositions can be used to treat various diseases, such as wound healing, inflammation and angiogenesis-related diseases.12-27-2012
20100203108Patch and patch preparation - The present invention provides to a patch and a patch preparation having low stretchability, which can be continuously adhered to the skin for a long time without undesirable detachment and marked falling off from the skin due to various factors during adhesion, and specifically provides a low stretchable patch and a patch preparation containing a support and an adhesive layer formed on one surface of the support, wherein a ratio P of the total length W (mm) of curved sections of a planar outer shape of the patch to the total length S (mm) of straight-line sections of the planar outer shape of the patch (W/S) is not more than 1.22, and, when the curved sections are approximated by a circular arc, the radius R (mm) of the circular arc is not less than 0.5 mm.08-12-2010
20100055156COMPOSITION FOR THE TOPICAL TRANSMISSION OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS INTO THE HUMAN OR ANIMAL BODY - Improved composition for transmission into the human or animal body of pharmaceutical, cosmetic or nutritional active ingredients, said transmission occurring by topical application on the skin and/or mucous membrane of the body.03-04-2010
20120027839PHARMACEUTICAL CARRIER DEVICE SUITABLE FOR DELIVERY OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS TO MUCOSAL SURFACES - The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical delivery device for application of a pharmaceutical to mucosal surfaces. The device comprises an adhesive layer and a non-adhesive backing layer, and the pharmaceutical may be provided in either or both layers. Upon application, the device adheres to the mucosal surface, providing localized drug delivery and protection to the treatment site. The kinetics of erodability are easily adjusted by varying the number of layers and/or the components.02-02-2012
20130195960Substituted Cellulose Acetates and Uses Thereof - The present invention relates to substituted cellulose acetates and methods of use thereof. One embodiment of the present invention provides a diaper having an inner layer having an absorbent core having a substituted cellulose acetate having a polar substituent that has an oxygen atom covalently bonded to a nonmetal selected from the group of sulfur, phosphorus, boron, and chlorine; wherein the nonmetal is present in at least about 0.01% by weight of the substituted cellulose acetate; and an outer layer.08-01-2013

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