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Medical devices having antimicrobial coatings thereon




Title: Medical devices having antimicrobial coatings thereon.
Abstract: The present invention provides a medical device, preferably a contact lens, which a core material and an antimicrobial metal-containing LbL coating that is not covalently attached to the medical device and can impart to the medical device an increased hydrophilicity. The antimicrobial metal-containing coating on a contact lens of the invention has a high antimicrobial efficacy against microorganisms including Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacterial and a low toxicity, while maintaining the desired bulk properties such as oxygen permeability and ion permeability of lens material. Such lenses are useful as extended-wear contact lenses. In addition, the invention provides a method for making a medical device, preferably a contact lens, having an antimicrobial metal-containing LbL coating thereon. ...


USPTO Applicaton #: #20120276278
Inventors: Yongxing Qiu, Lynn Cook Winterton, John Martin Lally, Nicholas Kotov, Manal M. Gabriel, Xinming Qian


The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20120276278, Medical devices having antimicrobial coatings thereon.




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stats Patent Info
Application #
US 20120276278 A1
Publish Date
11/01/2012
Document #
13547286
File Date
07/12/2012
USPTO Class
427/21
Other USPTO Classes
264/25, 264/138
International Class
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20121101|20120276278|medical devices having antimicrobial coatings thereon|The present invention provides a medical device, preferably a contact lens, which a core material and an antimicrobial metal-containing LbL coating that is not covalently attached to the medical device and can impart to the medical device an increased hydrophilicity. The antimicrobial metal-containing coating on a contact lens of the |