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Martha O Visscher

from Cincinnati, OH
Age ~75

Martha Visscher Phones & Addresses

  • 829 Kingfisher Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45246 (513) 771-2129
  • Glendale, OH

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Isbn (Books And Publications)

The Ideas of Chemistry

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Author

Martha Orrico Visscher

ISBN #

0155405500

Us Patents

Nontoxic Vernix Compositions And Method Of Producing

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US Patent:
6562358, May 13, 2003
Filed:
May 8, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/850844
Inventors:
Steven B. Hoath - Cincinnati OH
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH
Assignee:
Childrens Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A01N 2535
US Classification:
424402, 424401, 424 59, 424444, 424445
Abstract:
A protectant composition comprising vernix for a skin curative and skin protectant effect and a method of using the composition. A natural or synthetic vernix is dispersed in an effect amount and is applied to a surface. The method may be used to repel a naturally occurring agent such as water, or a synthetic agent to which exposure may occur, for example, in an occupational setting.

Nontoxic Vernix Compositions And Method Of Producing

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US Patent:
6846490, Jan 25, 2005
Filed:
Sep 11, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/241184
Inventors:
Steven B. Hoath - Cincinnati OH, US
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH, US
William L. Pickens - Cincinnati OH, US
Assignee:
Children's Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A61K 700
US Classification:
424401, 424402, 424444, 424445, 424 59, 514844
Abstract:
A protectant composition comprising vernix for a skin curative and skin protectant effect and a method of using the composition. A natural or synthetic vernix is dispersed in an effect amount and is applied to a surface. The method may be used to repel a naturally occurring agent such as water, or a synthetic agent to which exposure may occur, for example, in an occupational setting.

Simulated Vernix Compositions For Skin Cleansing And Other Applications

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US Patent:
7807188, Oct 5, 2010
Filed:
May 2, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/512933
Inventors:
Steven B. Hoath - Cincinnati OH, US
William L. Pickens - Cincinnati OH, US
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH, US
Assignee:
Children's Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A61K 9/00
US Classification:
424401, 424400, 424450
Abstract:
A composition and a method of producing a composition which simulates hydration, cleansing and other properties of native vernix. The composition contains hydrated synthetic cells in a lipid matrix to provide rheological properties which are substantially similar to those of native vernix, and may also contain proteins. In one embodiment, the composition contains cubosomes/water with up to 30% protein and about 5% lipid to about 30% lipid. The composition may be used to cleanse newborn skin, compromised skin surfaces, as well as normal skin, to provide hydration/barrier function, and other applications.

Simulated Vernix Compositions For Skin Cleansing And Other Applications

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US Patent:
7959935, Jun 14, 2011
Filed:
Jan 19, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/038362
Inventors:
Steven B. Hoath - Cincinnati OH, US
William L. Pickens - Cincinnati OH, US
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH, US
Richard Randall Wickett - Cincinnati OH, US
Assignee:
Children's Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati OH
University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A61K 9/00
US Classification:
424401, 424400, 424450
Abstract:
A composition and a method of producing a composition which simulates hydration, cleansing and other properties of native vernix. The composition contains, in one embodiment, hydrated synthetic cells in a lipid matrix to provide properties which are substantially similar to those of native vernix, and may also contain proteins. In one embodiment, the composition contains water-in-oil emulsified particles providing water vapor transport and evaporative water loss properties simulating native vernix. In one embodiment, the composition contains cubosomes/water with up to 30% protein and about 5% lipid to about 30% lipid. The composition may be used to cleanse newborn skin, compromised skin surfaces, as well as normal skin, to provide hydration/barrier function, and other applications.

Nontoxic Vernix Compositions And Method Of Producing

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US Patent:
59895772, Nov 23, 1999
Filed:
Mar 2, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/033209
Inventors:
Steven B. Hoath - Cincinnati OH
William L. Pickens - Cincinnati OH
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH
Assignee:
Children's Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A01N 2534
US Classification:
424402
Abstract:
A composition consisting essentially of vernix for a skin curative and skin protectant effect and a method of producing. A natural or synthetic vernix is dispersed in a film-forming amount in a biocompatable liquid such as dimethylsulfoxide, amniotic fluid and/or pulmonary surfactant to form a film. The film may be applied to a growing layer of epithelial cells either directly or supported on a substrate such as a wound dressing, a diaper, or a feminine hygiene product.

Skin Cleansing Synbars With Low Moisture And/Or Selected Polymeric Skin Mildness Aids

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US Patent:
50769537, Dec 31, 1991
Filed:
Feb 1, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/305244
Inventors:
Neil W. Jordan - Cincinnati OH
William M. Winkler - Cincinnati OH
Martha C. Visscher - Cincinnati OH
Sharon A. Seaman - Milford OH
Harold O. McGuffey - Cincinnati OH
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
C11D 960
C11D 902
US Classification:
252108
Abstract:
Disclosed is a mild skin cleansing bar composition comprising: mild synthetic surfactants, moisturizers, polymeric skin feel and mildness aids, selected levels of soap, and low moisture content to provide improved in use properties with regard to bar firmness and reduced messiness. Also disclosed is an ultra mild skin cleansing bar composition comprising: a mixture of selected polymeric skin feel and mildness aids and selected levels of soap. An ultra mild skin cleansing bar is provided which is clinically milder on the skin than water and has improved rinsing, firmness and reduced messiness.

Nontoxic Vernix Compositions And Method Of Producing

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US Patent:
61139327, Sep 5, 2000
Filed:
Feb 25, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/257008
Inventors:
Steven B. Hoath - Cincinnati OH
William L. Pickens - Cincinnati OH
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH
Assignee:
Children's Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A01N 2535
US Classification:
424402
Abstract:
A composition consisting essentially of vernix for a skin curative and skin protectant effect and a method of producing. A natural or synthetic vernix is dispersed in a film-forming amount in a biocompatable liquid such as dimethylsulfoxide, amniotic fluid and/or pulmonary surfactant to form a film. The film may be applied to a growing layer of epithelial cells either directly or supported on a substrate such as a wound dressing, a diaper, or a feminine hygiene product.

Mild Personal Cleansing Bar Composition With Balanced Surfactants, Fatty Acids, And Paraffin Wax

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US Patent:
52943631, Mar 15, 1994
Filed:
Oct 30, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/784863
Inventors:
James R. Schwartz - West Chester OH
Richard D. Farris - West Chester OH
Theresa A. Bakken - Cincinnati OH
Lawrence A. Gilbert - West Chester OH
Wayne E. Eccard - Cleves OH
James C. Dunbar - Cincinnati OH
William A. Cruz - Cincinnati OH
Neil W. Jordan - Cincinnati OH
Martha O. Visscher - Cincinnati OH
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
C11D 900
US Classification:
252108
Abstract:
This invention is an improved mild personal cleansing syndet bar comprising: long chain synthetic surfactant having essentially saturated C. sub. 15 -C. sub. 22, preferably C. sub. 16 -C. sub. 18, alkyl or acyl chains, more preferably cetearyl sulfate; a high lathering, mild synthetic surfactant, preferably C. sub. 12 -C. sub. 14 acyl isethionate; soap; fatty acids; sodium isethionate; paraffin wax, preferably a high melting point paraffin wax, and optionally, but preferably, cationic polymer. The bar has improved processability, good smear and in-use properties as well as improved mildness and rinsability without meaningful lather negatives.
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