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Skin laceration or wound cover

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602 - Surgery: splint, brace, or bandage

602041000 - BANDAGE STRUCTURE

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
602043000 Wound contact surface 172
602048000 Wound contact layer containing treatment material 72
602054000 Skin or wound facing adhesive layer 67
602053000 Compressive element over wound site 39
602052000 Thin polymeric film or adhesive 23
602057000 System for adhesive layer release (e.g., release sheet) 17
602058000 Backing layer having particular structural feature (e.g., permeability, shaped, or elasticity, etc.) 3
20080243044ABDOMINAL WOUND DRESSING - An abdominal wound dressing and methods of use are described that enable the application of negative pressure to the wound site in a healing manner while also limiting the formation of adhesions that would prevent the removal of the dressing. The dressing comprises a layer of porous foam material enclosed by sheets of elastomeric material punctuated by a number of appropriately placed holes. Multiple layers of porous foam may also be used. A suction tube connector is provided on an upper surface of a layer of foam for connection to a negative pressure source. At least one layer of foam is enclosed in elastomeric material and is placed in direct contact with the tissue within the open wound. Fluids are drawn by negative pressure through the holes positioned in the elastomeric envelope and through the foam.10-02-2008
20090043236Skin patch - A skin patch that can enhance the water resistance and handling easiness and can alleviate any irritation on the user. There is provided a skin patch having a flexible backing and, superimposed thereon, a plaster containing a styrene-isoprene-styrene block copolymer and having a glass transition temperature (Tg) of −45° to −35° C. and tan δ (lag angle) value, determined at dynamic viscoelasticity measurement (frequency 6.2832 rad/s) at 45° C., of 0.25 or less.02-12-2009
20090177136CONFORMABLE WOUND DRESSING - A wound dressing comprising an absorbent pad, an adhesive layer, and a backing layer is described, along with a dressing support layer configured to retain and deliver the wound dressing to a wound, the dressing support layer having a radial configuration that forms a plurality of alternating covered and uncovered portions of the backing layer along the perimeter of the wound dressing.07-09-2009
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20130030340NONWOVEN FIBROUS WEBS CONTAINING CHEMICALLY ACTIVE PARTICULATES AND METHODS OF MAKING AND USING SAME - Nonwoven fibrous webs including a multiplicity of randomly oriented discrete fibers and a multiplicity of chemically active particulates secured to the web, and methods of making and using same. In some embodiments, more than 0% and less than 10% wt. of the nonwoven fibrous web is made of multi-component fibers having at least a first region exhibiting a first melting temperature and a second region exhibiting a second melting temperature greater than the first melting temperature. In other embodiments, the discrete fibers include a first population of monocomponent thermoplastic fibers having a first melting temperature, and a second population of monocomponent fibers having a second melting temperature greater than the first melting temperature. In certain embodiments, at least some of the particulates are bonded to the fibers. In other embodiments, at least some of the particulates are secured within interstices of the fibrous web, without substantial bonding to the fibers.01-31-2013
20100106068ENDOSCOPIC SHEET DELIVERY - Medical devices and related methods are provided for treating a bleeding side of an internal bodily organ that are robust and versatile for use in a variety of endoscope applications. One embodiment of a medical device includes a catheter, a sheet and elongated forceps. The catheter defines a catheter lumen and is sized to be received within the accessory channel of the endoscope. The sheet is formed of hemostatic fabric formed into a tubular configuration having opposing first and second ends. The elongated forceps have a pair of collapsible grasping jaws. The grasping jaws are collapsed around the first end of the sheet, and the grasping jaws and sheet are received within the catheter lumen.04-29-2010
20090124949VERSATILE MEDICAL ARTICLE - A versatile medical article is disclosed. The versatile medical article includes: (a) an elongated elastic fabric strap characterized by having a distal end and a proximal end, a distal surface and a proximal surface, in which at least a portion of the proximal surface is outwardly furnished with a textured surface of a first kind, (b) an absorbent patch attached to the proximal surface of the strap forming a pocket therebetween, (c) a hand piece attached to the proximal end of the strap, (d) at least a portion of the distal surface outwardly furnished with a textured surface of a second kind, and (e) at least a portion of the proximal surface outwardly furnished with a textured surface of a third kind at the proximal end thereof. The textured surface of the first kind and the textured surface of the second kind self-adhere upon physical adjoining with each other thereby forming self-adherent fastener, and the textured surface of the third kind is characterized by the ability to self-adhere to the proximal surface of the strap and/or to the outer surface of the absorbent patch upon physical adjoining therewith.05-14-2009
20090062710SOLID AND PAINLESS STICKING BAR - A solid and painless sticking bar includes a solid main body and an adhesive member fixed at the underside of the main body. The main body has plural cut lines respectively provided at a proper interval so that the main body can be cut into a proper length or height for use according to practical needs. Plural main bodies are protuberantly fixed at proper locations around the outer circumferential edge of a wound by means of the adhesive member. Thus, when bandaging material is covered or wound on the main bodies and positioned over the wound, it will not directly contact with the surface of the wound and adhere to the wound when the wound secretes mucus, able to prevent the wound from being injured for a second time when the bandaging material is removed from the wound.03-05-2009
20120116278Bandage Pack and Method of Packaging - Articles of manufacture, methods for packaging and using bandages are described including an s-folded, or “fan folded”, bandage that is contained in a housing including an opening and a first strip of securing material proximate to the opening. The s-folded bandage may be substantially contained within the housing and may extend at least partially though the opening. The bandage may include a second strip of securing material that is configured to secure with the first strip of securing material. The second strip of securing material may include a hook material that is configured to engage with loops of the first strip of securing material and/or a bandage material of the bandage. The second strip of securing material may be folded over an end of the bandage. Aspects of the invention may provide for a low-profile bandage pack that is relatively convenient to carry and use.05-10-2012
20090234264OFFLOADING AND REDUCED-PRESSURE TREATMENT SYSTEMS AND METHODS - An offloading and reduced-pressure treatment system includes an offloading and reduced-pressure treatment device, which has a plantar member formed from an offloading manifold material. The offloading and reduced-pressure treatment system further includes a reduced-pressure interface fluidly coupled to the pressure-transmitting layer of the plantar member, a reduced-pressure source, and a reduced-pressure delivery conduit fluidly coupled to the reduced-pressure source and to the offloading and reduced-pressure treatment device. The offloading manifold material includes a first barrier layer, a support layer, a pressure-transmitting layer and a second barrier layer. The offloading and reduced-pressure treatment device may also have a dorsal member and a bridge member. Methods are also presented.09-17-2009
20100087767LIMITED-ACCESS, REDUCED-PRESSURE SYSTEMS AND METHODS - A reduced-pressure treatment system for applying reduced pressure to a tissue site at a limited-access location on a patient includes a reduced-pressure source, a treatment manifold for placing proximate the tissue site and operable to distribute reduced pressure to the tissue site, and a sealing member for placing over the tissue site and operable to form a pneumatic seal over the tissue site. The reduced-pressure treatment system also includes a reduced-pressure bridge and a moisture-removing device on at least portion of the reduced-pressure bridge. The reduced-pressure bridge includes a delivery manifold operable to transfer the reduced pressure to the treatment manifold, an encapsulating envelope at least partially enclosing the delivery manifold and having a patient-facing side, and a reduced-pressure-interface site formed proximate one end of the reduced-pressure bridge.04-08-2010
20110295172WOUND DRESSING AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND USE THEREOF - A process for producing a wound dressing was provided having steps of: spinning an aqueous stock containing natural polymeric materials into a spin formation solution to form a wet polymeric spin; immersing the wet polymeric fiber into a softening reagent to obtain a softened wet polymeric spin; immersing the softened wet polymeric spin into a volatile reagent to expelling moisture in the softened wet polymeric fiber to form a polymeric fiber; forming a non-woven fabric of the polymeric fiber; and treating the non-woven fabric of the polymeric fiber with a coating solution to form a porous coating on the polymeric fiber to obtain a wound dressing. A process for manufacturing a polymeric fiber is also provided. A wound dressing produced by the process is also provided.12-01-2011
20090299249REDUCED-PRESSURE, COMPRESSION SYSTEMS AND APPARATUSES FOR USE ON A CURVED BODY PART - A system for providing a force to a desired area on a curved body part of a person includes a dressing assembly shaped and configured to be placed on the desired area of the person, a releaseable circumferential member surrounding the curved body part that holds the dressing assembly against the desired area, a sealing subsystem for providing a fluid seal over the dressing assembly and the person's skin, and a reduced-pressure subsystem for providing a reduced pressure to the dressing assembly. When reduced pressure is supplied, the system generates the force against the desired area on the curved body part.12-03-2009
20080249451Gentle Process For Conversion of Cystine in Keratin-Containing Materials to Lanthionine - Useful materials are produced from keratin containing raw materials by a process that includes gentle lanthionization of cystine disulfide bonds. Hydratable materials are produced for use in medical and cosmetic applications.10-09-2008
20090076430SUPER-HYDROPHOBIC BANDAGES AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME - A bandage that includes a material, which can be breathable, having a first surface, and a plurality of superhydrophobic particles attached to the first surface. The plurality of superhydrophobic particles ranging in size from about 100 nanometers to about 10 micrometers. The superhydrophobic particles including a protrusive material defining a plurality of nanopores and a plurality of spaced apart nanostructures that define an external boundary of the hydrophobic particles. The nanopores providing a flow through porosity. The first surface can be rendered superhydrophobic by the attached superhydrophobic particles. The material can have a second surface opposite the first surface that is hydrophilic. The superhydrophobic particles can be adhered to the first surface by a binder. Also included is a method of making the bandages described herein.03-19-2009
20110034847Adhesive composition - The invention relates to an adhesive composition comprising hydrophilic silicone elastomers and hydrophobic silicone elastomers and optionally water absorbent material, wherein the ratio between the hydrophilic silicone elastomers and the hydrophobic silicone elastomers is from 95:5 to 5:95. The adhesive is suited for medical use due to its skin-friendliness. The invention further relates to a medical device comprising said adhesive composition.02-10-2011
20100125233REDUCED-PRESSURE, COMPOSITE MANIFOLDS - A reduced-pressure treatment system for treating a wound on a patient includes a composite manifold that may help prevent or minimize injury to a wound edge of the wound being treated with reduced pressure. The composite manifold includes a perimeter manifold member and an inboard manifold member. The perimeter manifold member is designed to not collapse substantially under reduced pressure in a therapy range. The perimeter manifold member may be more rigid with respect to compressibility than the inboard manifold member. A sealing member is used to form a fluid seal over the wound, and a reduced-pressure subsystem provides reduced pressure to the composite manifold. Other systems, methods, and dressings are presented.05-20-2010
20110040226COLD IONIZING RADIATION STERILIZATION - A hydratable gel-forming polymer may be sterilized by chilling the polymer below ambient temperature and sterilizing the chilled polymer using ionizing radiation (e.g., E-Beam radiation). Doing so may reduce the degradation in physical properties caused by ionizing radiation sterilization of the polymer while at ambient temperature, and may preserve or retain desired hydration or gel-forming characteristics.02-17-2011
20110190677Garment - The present invention relates to a garment consisting of or comprising a least one tubular garment part to be stripped over an arm, with at least one curved joint region adapted to the shape of the arm joint, wherein this curved joint region is formed by stitches added on one side.08-04-2011
20100292623POLYETHYLENIMINE NANOPARTICLE-CONTAINING MICROBICIDAL ELECTROSPUN POLYMER FIBERS FOR TEXTILE APPLICATIONS - The present invention relates to a process for producing electrospun fibers comprising polyethyleneimine nanoparticles (PEIN). The use of PEIN permits the antibacterial finishing of electrospinnable polymers, provided that these polyethyleneimine nanoparticles are particles of derivatized polyethyleneimine (PEI), since pure underivatized PEI has no antibacterial action. Preference is given to using quaternized polyethyleneimine. The electrospinnable polymers can be coated with PEIN during and/or after the electrospinning. The polymeric fibers obtainable by the process according to the invention can be used for textile fibers, for example for the production of fibers for functional apparel or for fibrous nonwoven webs or fibrous mats for cell culture substrates.11-18-2010
20120046586SKIN TREATMENT DEVICES AND METHODS WITH PRE-STRESSED CONFIGURATIONS - Devices, bandages, kits and methods are described that can control or regulate the mechanical environment of a wound to ameliorate scar and/or keloid formation. The mechanical environment of a wound includes stress, strain, and any combination of stress and strain. The control of a wound's mechanical environment can be active, passive, dynamic, or static. The devices are configured to be removably secured to a skin surface in proximity to the wound site and shield the wound from endogenous and/or exogenous stress.02-23-2012
20120109034INTERACTIVE, WIRELESS REDUCED-PRESSURE DRESSINGS, METHODS, AND SYSTEMS - Systems, methods, and dressings are presented that involve using a RFID device in a dressing to provide pressure data or other data to a remote base unit. The dressing is an interactive dressing. The reduced pressure in the dressing may be monitored and used to control delivery of reduced pressure. In one instance, the pressure data at each dressing allows a plurality of tissue sites to be monitored and used with as single remote base unit. In another instance, devices and methods for assuring a proper pairing of reduced-pressure dressings and remote base units are also presented. Other systems, methods, and dressings are presented.05-03-2012
20110028878NON-WOVEN FIBER ASSEMBLIES - In one embodiment, the present invention relates to a non-woven fiber assembly comprising one or more fibers wherein each fiber contains: a hydrophilic component; and an elastomeric component, and wherein the non-woven fiber assembly further comprises an adhesive component. In still another embodiment, the present invention relates to a non-woven fiber assembly comprising one or more fibers wherein each fiber contains: a hydrophilic component; an elastomeric component; and an adhesive component, wherein the hydrophilic component, the elastomeric component and the adhesive component are all contained within each fiber. Also disclosed is a method of making the afore-mentioned non-woven fiber assemblies. Additionally, a medical dressing made from the non-woven fiber assemblies of the present invention is disclosed.02-03-2011
20090062711REACTIVE HYDROPHILIC OLIGOMERS - Hydrophilic compositions are described, which are prepared from a first oligomer containing pendent polymerizable groups and pendent hydrophilic groups, crosslinked with a co-reactive second component oligomer possessing photoinitiator groups. The compositions may be used as in preparation of hydrophilic gel coatings or layers for medical devices.03-05-2009
20080228122Device for Protecting Wounds on Limbs - A device which comprises an enclosure of a plastics material, having an opening at an end thereof with fastening means to enable the opening to be closed around a limb or stump with an affected part contained within the enclosure, and including a fluid-absorbent material within the enclosure. The device is particularly suitable for use in the treatment of leg ulcers.09-18-2008
20130102943RELOADABLE FINISHES FOR TEXTILES AND FORMULATIONS FOR LOADING SUCH FINISHES - A polymer compound according to the invention comprises an acrylic acid copolymer composed of acrylic acid derivatives and/or methacrylic acid derivatives, containing: a) at least one acrylic acid derivative and/or methacrylic acid derivative substituted with a sulfonic acid group; b) at least one hydrophilically substituted acrylic acid derivative and/or methacrylic acid derivative; c) at least one lipophilically substituted acrylic acid derivative and/or methacrylic acid derivative; and d) at least one acrylic acid derivative and/or methacrylic acid derivative which acts as a crosslinking agent. In the method according to the invention for loading textile products with a low-molecular compound, a) a textile product is provided with a finishing layer whose accessible surface has a negative charge; and b) the textile product is brought together with an emulsion or active substance solution, for example by immersing the textile product in the emulsion/solution, or by spraying the emulsion/solution on the textile product. At least one low-molecular compound is contained in the dispersed phase of the emulsion, and the surface of the particles of the dispersed phase has a positive charge.04-25-2013
20130184629SKIN TREATMENT DEVICES AND METHODS WITH PRE-STRESSED CONFIGURATIONS - Devices, bandages, kits and methods are described that can control or regulate the mechanical environment of a wound to ameliorate scar and/or keloid formation. The mechanical environment of a wound includes stress, strain, and any combination of stress and strain. The control of a wound's mechanical environment can be active, passive, dynamic, or static. The devices are configured to be removably secured to a skin surface in proximity to the wound site and shield the wound from endogenous and/or exogenous stress.07-18-2013
20110282258Bandage Pulling Tool and Use of Same to Prepare and Wrap Bandages - A bandage pulling tool has a thin elongate body and a hole extending transverse to a longitudinal axis of the thin elongate body proximate and end thereof. In use, a first end of a bandage is secured to the tool using the hole by passing a first end of the bandage through the hole for use as an anchor point to the tool. With the bandage thus secured to the tool in a position passing through the hole therein, the first end of the bandage can be passed from a first side of a body portion of an injured party to another behind the body portion using the elongated shape of the tool. Accordingly, a wrap around bandage can be applied to the patient with minimal, if any, movement of potentially injured areas compared to prior art techniques of manually feeding the bandage behind the injured party.11-17-2011

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