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Johnson & Johnson Products, Inc. Patents
Assignee:
Johnson & Johnson Products, Inc.
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New Brunswick, NJ
No. of patents:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D293694 Carded tape strips January 12, 1988
D293375 Surgical laparotomy pad December 22, 1987
D291827 Surgical laparotomy pad September 8, 1987
D291733 Surgical laparotomy pad September 1, 1987
D291732 Surgical laparotomy pad September 1, 1987
D283961 Toothbrush holder May 27, 1986
D278118 Bottle March 26, 1985
D270301 Holder for surgical instruments August 30, 1983
6544531 Skin care composition April 8, 2003
There are provided compositions which include a retinoid and preferably retinol; a dermatologically active acid; and a volatile base, such as ammonium hydroxide. Another embodiment of the invention includes compositions comprising a retinoid and preferably retinol; a dermatologically
4762888 Hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives August 9, 1988
What is disclosed are novel hot melt adhesives having pressure sensitive properties that are comprised of a combination of two acrylic-based copolymers containing the novel monomer 1(2)-methyl-3-oxa-4-oxo-5-aza-nonyl methacrylate, one of the copolymers being a low glass transition te
4752466 Thrombin aerosol June 21, 1988
A process is disclosed for delivery thrombin in dry powdered form from an aerosol container by first lyophilizing an aqueous solution of thrombin and a thrombin-compatible synthetic polymer e.g. polyvinyl pyrrolidone, placing the lyophilized cake in a pressure bottle by crimping on a val
4733794 Hinged plastic container March 29, 1988
A container comprising a tubular body members of rectangular cross-section and a hinged lid member having a skirt formed by shallow depending walls adapted to telescope closely over the walls of the body member when the lid is in the closed position, is provided with latching means and a
4713243 Bioadhesive extruded film for intra-oral drug delivery and process December 15, 1987
A bioadhesive extruded single or multi-layered thin film, especially useful in intra-oral controlled-releasing delivery, having a water soluble or swellable polymer matrix bioadhesive layer which can adhere to a wet mucous surface and which bioadhesive layer consists essentially of 40-95
4706830 Vacuum bottle with pressure indicator November 17, 1987
A vacuum drainage bottle includes a chamber for receiving fluids from a patient and a pressure indicator (9,21) for measuring the pressure in the chamber. Prior to use, the pressure indicator is isolated from the chamber by means of a breakable seal. The seal may be in the form of a rece
4706662 Film dressing with fabric backing November 17, 1987
A dressing is disclosed which is made of a very thin film coated with an adhesive. In order to allow application of the dressing, the dressing has, on the surface opposite the adhesive, a fabric backing which is composed of a woven or non-woven fabric or a paper backing material. The dre
4701509 N-vinyl caprolactam-containing hot melt adhesives October 20, 1987
Novel acrylate, hot melt, pressure-sensitive adhesives are disclosed which are polymerized compositions of:useful for medical products such as ostomy seals, adhesive tapes and bandages, wound drainage adhesive seals, wound dressings and the like that adhere well to human skin even under
4695500 Stabilized fabric September 22, 1987
A loosely constructed knit or woven fabric is dimensionally stabilized by causing staple length textile fibers to be entangled about the intersections of the yarns comprising the fabric. The stabilized fabric is formed by covering one or both sides of the loosely constructed base fab
4690842 Reinforced casting material September 1, 1987
A composition with reduced tack used to reinforce polyurethane casts is disclosed. The composition has controlled foaming activity and a viscosity between 100,000 and 1,000,000. The foaming activity and viscosity and reduced tack allow the formulation to be readily applied to the cast ar
4668563 Conformable fiberglass casting tape May 26, 1987
A conformable casting tape made with a combination of high modulus fibers and an elastomeric extensible fiber. The tape is capable of stretching 40 to 200% in the length direction and has a power of between 40 and 125 grams per inch of width at 30% elongation.
4668228 Debriding tape May 26, 1987
Debriding tapes are disclosed which contain a proteolytic enzyme useful for debridement of eschar and necrotic tissue, e.g., subtilisin, bromelain, in dry powdered form on the adhesive mass surface of an occlusive or semi-occlusive surgical adhesive tape.
4664906 Oral compositions May 12, 1987
Oral compositions which exhibit antimicrobial activity containing hexedine and a pharmaceutically acceptable zinc compound.
4659700 Chitosan-glycerol-water gel April 21, 1987
A chitosan-glycerol-water gel or gel-like membrane, useful as a carrier for medicaments to be applied to wounds, is prepared by dissolving chitosan in an acid-water-glycerol solution, which when neutralized, forms a gel upon standing.
4655758 Microbial polysaccharide articles and methods of production April 7, 1987
Laminar polysaccharide structures, e.g., laminar microbial cellulose structures, are disclosed. These structures comprise densified planiform sheets or laminae that merge into one another and together define plural regions having reduced polysaccharide microfibril density. The disclosed
4655208 Fast-setting casting tape April 7, 1987
A fast setting casting tape made with a polyurethane prepolymer prepared with a hydrophilic polyol and an isocyanate. The casting tape has faster setting times than casting tapes made with hydropholic polyols.
4649909 Composite surgical dressing March 17, 1987
A surgical dressing is disclosed which is composed of a polymeric film having a moisture vapor transmission rate between 15 and 80 grams per 100 sq. inches per 24 hours. There is an adhesive around the periphery on the lower surface of the film and a series of apertures through the film
4646730 Color stabilized hydrogel dressing and process March 3, 1987
A polyvinylpyrrolidone(PVP)/Silver Sulfadiazine (SSD) hydrogel dressing in which the gel is formed by the use of electron beam (E-Beam) radiation to cross-link the polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP); in which the color of the hydrogel dressing has been stabilized by the addition thereto of magne
4643909 Reinforced casting material February 17, 1987
A composition used to reinforce polyurethane casts is disclosed. The composition has controlled foaming activity and a viscosity between 100,000 and 1,000,000. The foaming activity and viscosity allow the formulation to be readily applied to the cast area that is to be reinforced.
4639253 Nonwoven surgical sponge with X-ray detectable element January 27, 1987
A surgical sponge constructed of a nonwoven fabric is provided with an integral X-ray detectable element in the form of a yarn or monofilament which is positioned interiorly of the nonwoven fabric and in the plane thereof. The fabric is produced by placing the X-ray detectable element
4634421 Valve for incontinent patients January 6, 1987
A continent ostomy valve comprising a drainage tube which is secured at one end within the stoma of the patient while the other end passes through an orifice in a disk-shaped valve body which includes releasable clamping means for selectively occluding the drainage tube. The outer end of
4626253 Surgical hemostat comprising oxidized cellulose December 2, 1986
A surgical hemostat comprising oxidized cellulose having a warp knit tricot construction which provides a fabric density of at least 0.03 g/cm.sup.2, air porosity of less than 150 cm.sup.3 /sec/cm.sup.2, and liquid absorption of at least 3 times the dry weight of the fabric.
4622089 Method of making blister pad adhesive bandage November 11, 1986
Adhesive bandages comprising a blister pad and adjacent adhesive-coated areas are prepared from heat-fusible bandage materials, preferably a nonwoven batt material, by applying the pad material to a base material and heat-welding around the perimeter of the pad to totally enclose the
4616644 Hemostatic adhesive bandage October 14, 1986
Hemostatic adhesive bandages are disclosed wherein a very thin coating of a high molecular weight polyethylene oxide is applied to the surface of the perforated plastic film wound release cover of an adhesive bandage, in a manner compatible with commonly used high speed production techni
4614183 Adhesive film dressing September 30, 1986
A thin adhesive coated film dressing is provided with the adhesive surface covered by a release paper in three sections to facilitate the application of the dressing to the wound site. The construction of the dressing provides for the center section of the release paper to be removed to
4607633 Unitary adhesive bandage and package August 26, 1986
An adhesive bandage and integral wrapper therefor is constructed of a continuous length of bulky, nonwoven bandage and wrapper material which is preferably a nonwoven fabric batt constructed at least in part of heat-fusible fibers. The bandage pad is formed by a Z-fold in the bandage
4588400 Liquid loaded pad for medical applications May 13, 1986
Liquid loaded pads useful as wound and burn dressings are prepared from pellicles of microbially-produced cellulose obtained, for example, by culturing Acetobacter xylinum. A pellicle having a thickness from about 0.1 to 15 millimeters or greater is processed to replace the culture m
4583564 Dental floss April 22, 1986
A dental floss consisting of filaments containing a higher melting point core material and a lower melting point sheath material whereby the sheath material fibers are fused by subjecting them to a sufficient temperature to achieve same.
4550449 Absorbable bone fixation device November 5, 1985
An absorbable internal bone fixation device is disclosed. The device is made from a high molecular weight polymer of L(-)lactide having an inherent viscosity above 4.5. The polymer contains less than 2% unreacted monomer and is polymerized under conditions of selected monomer to cata
4549653 Adhesive bandage and package October 29, 1985
A packaged adhesive bandage comprising a bandage backing strip having an adhesive coating and a wound covering pad on one surface thereof contained in a sealed envelope with the side edges of the backing strip laminated and sealed between the panels of the envelope. The packaged bandage
4545372 Unitary adhesive bandage and package October 8, 1985
An adhesive bandage and integral wrapper therefor is constructed of a continuous length of bulky, nonwoven bandage and wrapper material which is preferably a nonwoven fabric batt constructed at least in part of heat-fusible fibers. The bandage pad is formed by a Z-fold in the bandage
4540398 Knitted surgical swabs September 10, 1985
A surgical swab comprises a warp knitted body portion (1) and an integrally warp knitted handling tape (3). Both the body portion and the handling tape are formed as two superimposed layers on a twin needle bed knitting machine, the respective longitudinal and/or laterally extending edge
4539981 Absorbable bone fixation device September 10, 1985
An absorbable internal bone fixation device is disclosed. The device is made from a high molecular weight polymer of L(-)lactide having an inherent viscosity above 4.5. The polymer contains less than 2% unreacted monomer and is polymerized under conditions of selected monomer to cata
4530353 Unitary adhesive bandage July 23, 1985
Adhesive bandages comprising a pad area and adjacent adhesive-coated areas are prepared from a single sheet of heat-fusible bandage material, preferably a nonwoven batt material, by overlapping the center portion of the material in a Z-fold to form a triple thickness pad area, and heat
4512340 Visible light cured orthopedic polymer casts April 23, 1985
An orthopedic cast material is disclosed, which, when wrapped about a body member and cured by exposure to visible light, forms a rigid, high strength immobilizing structure and which comprises an air, light and X-ray permeable fabric impregnated with a formulation comprising (a) acr
4505976 Stoma seal adhesive March 19, 1985
A pressure-sensitive adhesive having the capacity to absorb at least about 7 percent of its own weight in water and having a desirable combination of plasticity and wet-stick characteristics, as well as good dry skin adhesion. An adhesive composition particularly suitable for use as a st
4499068 Oral compositions comprising N.sup.G -alkyl derivatives of arginine February 12, 1985
Oral hygiene formulations incorporating N.sup.G -alkyl derivatives of arginine, or the pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, optionally in combination with fluoride compounds, are effective in combatting microorganisms, inhibiting acid production and reducing dental caries.
4499067 Oral compositions comprising N.sup.G -acyl derivatives of arginine February 12, 1985
Oral hygiene formulations incorporating N.sup.G -acyl derivatives of arginine, or the pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, optionally in combination with fluoride compounds, are effective in combatting microorganisms, inhibiting acid production and reducing dental caries.
4485809 Film window dressing December 4, 1984
A film dressing with a high moisture vapor transmission rate is disclosed. The film dressing has a release sheet attached to the dressing. There is a central region of the film, defined by perforation lines, which is applied to the patient. There are cut lines in the release sheet which
4477429 Oral compositions comprising N.sup..alpha. -alkyl derivatives of arginine October 16, 1984
Oral hygiene formulations incorporating N.sup..alpha. -alkyl derivatives of arginine, or the pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, optionally in combination with fluoride compounds, are effective in combatting microorganisms, inhibiting acid production and reducing dental caries.
4477428 Oral compositions comprising N.sup..alpha.,N.sup.G -diacyl derivatives of arginine October 16, 1984
Oral hygiene formulations incorporating N.sup..alpha.,N.sup.G -diacyl derivatives of arginine, or the pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, optionally in combination with fluoride compounds, are effective in combatting microorganisms, inhibiting acid production and reducing dental
4473671 Formable orthopedic casts and splints September 25, 1984
A cast material comprising a filled crystalline polyurethane is disclosed. The filler is present in an amount of from 30% to 60% by weight composition. The filler comprises from 20% to 60% by weight of calcium metasilicate fibers and from 40.degree. C. to 85.degree. C. by weight of s
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