B. Braun Melsungen has filed a patent for a medical packaging device that is used for sterile packaging of a sieve basket. The device is made from a folded flat material sheet and has a receiving space for the sieve basket, along with an insertion opening. The device includes an unfolding securing device to prevent it from being completely unfolded. GlobalData’s report on B. Braun Melsungen gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.
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Medical packaging device for sterile packaging of a sieve basket
A recently filed patent (Publication Number: US20230310110A1) describes a medical packaging device for sterile packaging of a sieve basket. The device is made from a flat material sheet that can be unfolded multiple times to create a receiving space for the sieve basket. The receiving space is closed on all sides except for an insertion opening. The packaging device includes an unfolding securing device to prevent it from being completely unfolded back into its starting position.
The patent also describes a medical packaging system for sieve baskets, which includes multiple packaging devices. These devices can differ in shape, size, and material. The system may also include an outer packaging and at least one sieve basket.
The patent further outlines a method for producing the medical packaging device. The flat material sheet is folded along multiple fold lines to create the receiving space and insertion opening. The device is secured in the insertion position to prevent unfolding. The method also includes the option of adding a closure element to close the packaging device in a packaging position.
Overall, this patent presents a medical packaging device and system for sterile packaging of sieve baskets. The device is made from a flat material sheet that can be folded and secured to create a receiving space and insertion opening. The system includes multiple packaging devices that can vary in shape, size, and material. The method for producing the device involves folding the flat material sheet along specific fold lines and securing it in the insertion position. This invention has the potential to improve the packaging and sterilization process for sieve baskets in medical settings.