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Inventor:
Sachau; Gunther
Address:
Quickborn, DE
No. of patents:
8
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6822132 Dressing November 23, 2004
A dressing especially for covering wounds or preventing or treating blisters, comprising a water vapor pervious carrier film uniformly covered with an adhesive layer, wherein there is centrally disposed on the adhesive layer a water vapor pervious polyurethane matrix which is beveled
6616793 Production of multilayered thin plasters comprising a carrier material based on polyurethane September 9, 2003
A process for producing multilayered thin plasters with a carrier material based on polyurethane with the steps of applying at least one layer of uncured polyurethane to a transfer layer, applying an adhesive composition to a release layer, laminating the uncured polyurethane on the tran
6191216 Hydrophilic, self-adhesive polyurethane gel substances February 20, 2001
The invention relates to improved hydrophilic, polyurethane gel substances and foams, the use of polyurethane gel substances for pressure-distributing, in particular self-adhesive polyurethane-(foam) gels, and the use of said polyurethane gel substances for moulded structures and adh
5844013 Hydrophilic polyurethane gel foams, particularly for treating deep wounds, wound dressing based December 1, 1998
Hydrophilic polyurethane gel foams are obtainable from a polyurethane gel defined in the description, from a water-absorbing material and from a non-aqueous foaming agent and can be used in medicine, in particular for the management of deep wounds and wound cavities. Wound dressings are
5147344 Hydrogel foams, and a process for their preparation September 15, 1992
Hydrogel foamsa) based on gelatin and water,b) optionally containing polyvinyl alcohol,c) containing a crosslinking agent selected from the group comprisingca) the compounds of at least trivalent metals or semimetals, for example boric acid, borates, aluminium salts, titanates and alkyl titanate
4996054 Antithrombogenic, non-calcifying material and method of making articles for medical purposes February 26, 1991
An antithrombogenic, non-calcifying, and elastic material on a basis of polyurethane, characterized by the addition of fatty-acid esters and optionally by the further addition of cross-linking agents that react with water.
4831065 Antithrombogenic, non-calcifying material and method of making articles for medical purposes May 16, 1989
An antithrombogenic, non-calcifying, and elastic material on a basis of polyurethane, characterized by the addition of fatty-acid esters and optionally by the further addition of cross-linking agent that react with water.
4778461 Heart valve prosthesis and process for its production October 18, 1988
A heart valve prosthesis for replacing the aortic valve or the pulmonary valve, consisting of a support ring with at least two commissure supports in each case and flexible cusps, is characterized in that the height of the support ring including the commissure supports is less than the t










 
 
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