Special receptacle or package – For body treatment article or material – Ligatures
206227, 206380, A61B 1706
A suture package having a shallow polymer tray for holding a suture. The package has a substantially flat floor area, an upturned edge and a plurality of fenestrations therein. The fenestrations cause the package to lay flat by interrupting material stresses set up by, e.g., differential cooling during injection molding. The flatness of the package promotes automated package handling by machines. The fenestrations also save on material usage and disposal while providing the necessary structural integrity for the package.
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Cerwin Robert J.
Pohle Michael S.
Gehman Bryon P.
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