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WO/1993/024266A1
This invention is directed to a method and apparatus for electrically destroying a syringe needle. The apparatus includes a housing (12) having a burn chamber (14) with a first electrical contact (33) with a conical shaped port (40) moun...  
WO/1993/023167A1
Apparatus and method for processing medical waste comprising an elongate, cylindrically configured pressure vessel (A) having an inlet (30), and a closure member (40) therefor. An elongate cylindrical drum (D) is mounted in the vessel (A...  
WO/1993/021806A1
A hospital bed (100) supported on a wheeled base (104), and a ventilator (26) supported on a wheeled cart (18) and docked to the base, the combination capable of being rolled as a single unit. The ventilator cart (18) includes a wheeled ...  
WO/1993/020731A1
An IV rack (10) is a frame (20) having spaced horizontal bars (22, 23, 24, 25). IV containers (31) are hung from the top bar (22). Pumps (35) are mounted between the lower bars (24 and 25). Conductors (50) and accessible contacts (51) fo...  
WO/1993/020855A1
This invention relates to the disposal of a waste fluid containing a body fluid, such as blood and lymph, and provides a method of disposing of a waste fluid containing a body fluid by which a treatment tank can be transported easily aft...  
WO/1993/020353A1
Pleural and other body fluids that may harbor disease organisms are emptied from a container (46) by connecting the container to a venturi device (40) so that the fluids in the container (46) are entrained into the flow of water under pr...  
WO/1993/015345A1
A fluid outlet system (10) is provided for selectively providing a plurality of fluids (e.g., oxygen, medical air and vacuum) at different locations. The fluids are provided by a multifluid distribution system, and the fluids are selecte...  
WO/1993/009039A1
A sharps collector (10) comprising a container for holding, storing, and disposing syringes. The sharps collector (10) includes a disposable receptacle (12) and a decorative cover (14). The receptacle (12) preferably has two elongated ap...  
WO/1993/008849A1
Waste materials containing pathogenic microorganisms may be processed by a method comprising granulating the waste material; treating the granulated waste material by heating at a temperature of about 160 to about 200 °C at a pressure o...  
WO/1993/006418A1
A method for disposing of infectious medical waste (54) in a closed system (10) includes the steps of shredding (60) the waste in the closed system to reduce the waste to small particles and indirectly heating the waste particles in the ...  
WO/1993/002597A1
A power column (15) is a hollow post having six vertical walls (21-26) and is mounted between horizontal arms (16 and 17) pivoted to the floor (12) and ceiling (11), respectively. The pivotal axis (18) for the arms passes through the hea...  
WO/1993/000121A1
An incinerator for use in incinerating substantially hollow articles is provided with crimping means (31, 36) adapted to plastically deform a portion of the article. Typically the article comprises an elongate hollow medical needle (64) ...  
WO/1992/021911A1
A rod-like holder for a plurality of medical measuring and/or delivery systems in which the rod takes the form of a flexible shaft (1) which can be fixed in any position and the holder has a head section in the form of a carrier fitted w...  
WO/1992/020966A1
The system (10) for collecting and disposing of contaminated waste products such as medical sharps and other medical wastes includes a housing (11) and its telescopic cover (9) which are fabricated of biodegradable and combustible materi...  
WO/1992/020450A1
A method and apparatus for the treatment of contaminated medical waste, including solid and non-solid, potentially infectious materials, permits the collection of such medical waste at the point and at the time of its generation in a sol...  
WO/1992/018085A1
Proposed is an intravenous-drip feed device which can be mounted either on fixed equipment such as a ceiling mount (1) or on patient-transport equipment. In order to be able to transfer the device from one type of equipment to another si...  
WO/1992/014096A1
A method and apparatus are disclosed for destroying syringe needles. The apparatus has an incinerator (16) into which a syringe needle may be inserted, crimped by a crimper (30), burned by passing an electric current through the needle b...  
WO/1992/012738A1
A safe, practical, and less costly method for disposing of infectious personal care waste, as well as pathological waste and equipment which can be configured for large municipal type use employing continuous process techniques, or for s...  
WO/1992/010158A1
A trolley (1) for implements, in particular such as are used in hospitals, has a bottom part (2) carried on wheels (5, 6). In order to obtain a trolley with universal applications, a column (8) that is laterally offset with respect to th...  
WO/1992/009509A1
A secure disposable container (10) and mounting bracket (48) comprises a generally box-like enclosed container having a top shell (22) with a limited excess opening (24) with a closure (26) for receiving medical sharps and inhibiting hum...  
WO/1992/005744A1
A lid (2) for a closed container incorporates an opening which can be closed by a door (5) provided with side walls (18) so that even when the door (5) is open the only access to the interior of the container is through a slot (8) in a w...  
WO/1992/004920A1
A method and facility (12) are used to process medical waste. Medical waste is disintegrated or shredded, disinfected with radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation and then transformed into useful material such as reclaimed plastic and ...  
WO/1992/004058A1
The invention relates to a filling sluice for appliances for the treatment of infectious waste with at least two chambers (2, 3) separable from one another via a rotary vane (6) of stationary mounting and located in a sluice housing (1) ...  
WO/1991/017095A1
A system for the delivery, storage and disposal of medical supplies including a lidded receptacle (10) for receiving the supplies and facilitating their delivery to a use site, such lidded container (10) subsequently being employed in th...  
WO/1991/015411A1
A hinged instrument tray and disposable receptacle (20) for contaminated waste. The tray (20) is formed in two halves (22, 24) which are joined by a hinge (26) so that the two halves (22, 24) of the tray (20) can be opened and laid side-...  
WO/1991/015432A1
A process for pathogen reduction in waste where dewatered sludge having a solids content in the range of 10-60 % is mixed within a conveyor (10) with calcium oxide or calcium carbonate. Hydration to calcium hydroxide occurs with an atten...  
WO/1991/011375A1
The present invention relates to containers for storing soiled sharp medical instruments. In one embodiment, a container (20) has an entrance defined by a pair of flaps (30, 32). A soiled medical instrument (24) is positioned on one of t...  
WO/1991/007159A1
A hospital disinfection trolley (1) may be fitted out for proper disinfection cleansing if the clean regions of the disinfectant solution are spatially arranged above the contaminated regions. To this end the container (2) for the disinf...  
WO/1990/015419A1
Apparatus and method for sterilizing and encapsulating contaminated waste particularly medical implement waste (17) in which a volume of thermoplastic compound (19) having a melting point temperature-calibrated at a value which correspon...  
WO/1990/010770A1
A safety support structure (10) is provided which comprises a post (20) with upper and lower ends (30, 40) adapted to abut firmly against a ceiling surface and a floor surface, and an accessory mounting region (60) disposed between the u...  
WO/1990/006739A1
An operator device (1) for manual control of a plurality of functions of different appliances, in particular in hospitals and hotels, is of modular design and comprises a box-shaped main module (2) and at least one bar-shaped accessory m...  
WO/1990/005097A1
A block (46) of, for example, styrofoam for penetration by, and for frictionally holding, disposable hypodermic needles, scalpels and other sharps (50), is held in a container (44) including a bottom (42) and a sidewall (40). Pawl-shaped...  
WO/1990/003949A1
An improved infectious waste treatment system (10) wherein infectious waste is fragmented and converted to a liquid or liquid/sludge form and then is chemically disinfected in a precisely controlled and time batch process. The disinfecti...  
WO/1990/001340A1
A heated conveyor for disinfecting contaminated, size-reduced hospital refuse comprises a scraping conveyor with two endless link chains (1, 2) to which drives (6) are fastened. The scraping conveyor is arranged in a housing with electri...  
WO/1990/000070A1
The present invention relates to an apparatus and method for safe disposal of hypodermic syringes, needles and other small, contaminated instruments such as, for example, scalpel blades, stitch cutters etc. (commonly referred to as "shar...  
WO/1989/007460A1
Récipient fermé (50) constitué d'au moins une ébauche (20) de matériau pliable, pour l'incinération d'articles à jeter, ce récipient (50) étant pourvu de moyens (25) permettant d'accéder à l'intérieur de celui-ci pour y intro...  
WO/1989/004182A1
A box for gathering dangerous products or small objects consists of a lid (1) and a receptacle (2). The lid has on its upper surface a closure consisting of a slide (4) and two slideways (5) and has the shape of a truncated pyramid. The ...  
WO/1989/002235A1
A hitch device for the in-tandem interconnecting of a pair of wheeled pieces of apparatus, the hitch (10) being characterized by a resiliently deformable intermediate body (16) which in response to its resilient deformation, as in a turn...  
WO/1988/010126A1
A portable one-piece device for disassembly and hermetic storage of used hypodermic needles and the like, with a view to their ultimate destruction, comprises: a receptacle-housing (1) provided with an access orifice (2) for the needles;...  
WO/1988/008313A1
A needle disposal system comprises a hand held assembly of three components, namely a disposable container (10) having an inlet in its top face, a head unit (12) securable over said container (10) and a first cap (16) securable over said...  
WO/1988/006133A1
A needle removal and storage device to remove needles from hypodermic syringe assemblies and automatically receive and safely store the same within the device which includes a storage member (12) closed at one end and open at the other e...  
WO/1988/003626A1
A continuous output device for liquid or gaseous fluids comprising a rail having channels opening to a first surface of the rail through a slit. The slit is sealed by a sealing strip comprising a spiral spring (114) and a sealing body (1...  
WO/1988/003416A1
Device for the hygienic collection of infectious and other contaminated waste, for example in hospitals, doctors' surgeries, laboratories and similar establishments. The waste is collected by a container (18) supported by a carrying devi...  
WO/1987/007497A1
Disabled persons without capability to speak and to move their arm have great problems to communicate with the environment. A device is intended especially for these persons and comprise means (3-8) adapted to detect the direction of the...  
WO/1986/003539A1
Method of mounting equipment in a hospital room or the like. The room is first prepared by building workers, so that the room is completely finished with respect to painting, floor-laying etc., and so that gas ducts and electric wiring o...  
WO/1982/003982A1
The mirror viewing device for patients who are confined to bed and paralysed comprises a height adjustable support (1) to which mirrors are fixed. An intermediary mirror (21) provided on each side with a reflecting surface (3, 14) may be...  
WO/1981/000251A1
Automatic three-duty faucet providing a hygienic triple duty namely soaping washing and disinfecting of hands all performed by a foot operated panel (1) divided into three sections one for each of these cited duties. The faucet (5) is pr...  
WO/1981/000251A2
Automatic three-duty faucet providing a hygienic triple duty namely soaping washing and disinfecting of hands all performed by a foot operated panel (1) divided into three sections one for each of these cited duties. The faucet (5) is pr...  
JP2015080629A
【課題】配線ダクトの小型化を可能にし、こ れによってテーブル什器の収容空間を広く出 来るようにした、テーブル什器及びテーブル 装置を提供する。【解決手段】天板支持...  
JP2015080581A
【課題】子どものストレスや不安を軽減し、 子どもが安心して長時間楽しく遊びながら、 安全に点滴を行うことができる空間を有する 乳幼児診察室を提供する。【解決手段】...  

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