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Publication numberUS1920808 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 1, 1933
Filing dateMay 10, 1930
Priority dateMay 10, 1929
Publication numberUS 1920808 A, US 1920808A, US-A-1920808, US1920808 A, US1920808A
InventorsEugen Sander
Original AssigneeEugen Sander
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Surgical bandaging
US 1920808 A
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Aug. 1,, 1933.

E. SANDER SURGICAL BANDAGING Filed May 10, 1930 Eujgn Sand -1 \NVENT e Amway Patented Aug. 1, 1933 1,920,808 SURGICAL BANDAGING Eugen Sander, Munich-Menterschwaige,

. Germany j Application May 10, 1930, Serial No. 451,442,

and in .Germany May 10,1929

lclaim.

My invention relates to an improved surgical dressing, and its object is to provide a dressing which may be easily applied to and removed from a wound with a minimum of discomfort to a patient. a

I accomplish this object by constructing the dressing of an orificed layer of adhesive plaster, a ring of resilient material about the orifice adjacent that face of the plaster to be applied to the wound, a layer of dressing material covering the orifice in the plaster and a second layer or piece of plaster over the layer of dressing material.

One embodiment of the invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in which Fig. 1 is a sectional view of my improved surgical dressing, and

Fig. 2 shows it as seen from above.

A plaster 3 pasted on the wounded part 1 of the body 2 is provided with an opening 4 in reach of the wound 1. The opening 4 is bounded by a ring 5 of resilient material. Above the opening 4 of the plaster 3 there ispasted a covering 6 which carries a layer 7 of dressing material.

In using the dressing the plaster 3 is applied to the body so that the opening 4 coincides with the wound 1. Then the covering piece 6 carrying the dressing 7 is placed upon the plaster after the wound has been treated with the necessary drug.

For treating the wound it is merely necessary to remove and renew only the covering piece 6 which causes no pain to the patient because this piece is only applied to the plaster 3. The'covering piece 6 is prevented by the ring 5 from touching the wound, and consequently the wound which is probably alreadv covered with a scab or healing cannot be torn open again by the taking off of the coilering piece 6. The distance of the covering piece 6 from the wound offers the further great advantage that the healing procedure is much quicker and easier.

Consequently the wound 1 can be surveyed and cleaned in the most simple manner as often as required without any pain or other discomfort to the patient.

What I claim is:

A surgical dressing comprising an adhesive plaster having an opening therein, a ring of resilient material engaging a face of the plaster 76 about said opening, a layer of dressing material overlying said opening on the opposite face of the plaster and a second adhesive plaster overlying said dressing material and removably attached to the first plaster.

.EUGEN SANDER.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification128/888, 604/307
International ClassificationA61F13/00, A61F13/02
Cooperative ClassificationA61F13/02, A61F2013/00165
European ClassificationA61F13/02