Majorus Medical, Inc.
Congratulations to Mable C. Davis,
Gail Sue Hesse, and Jeania M.
Kitchens on the issuance of United
States Patent 7,524,307 B2
covering Tapease® adhesive strips
and United States Patent 7,544,186
B2 covering intravascular starter kits
that contain Tapease® adhesive
strips.

Mable, Sue, and Jeania are three
nurses that invented the new
adhesive strips covered by these
patents to provide a faster, safer,
and cost-effective way to secure an
intravascular catheter to the skin of
a patient.
Gail Sue Hesse, Mable C. Davis, and Jeania M. Kichens were presented with patent
awards by Dr. Joseph Schrodt, M.D., President of Majorus Medical, Inc.
Majorus Medical owns patents in the United States, France,
Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom that cover
Tapease® medical tape as an article of manufacture and IV
started kits that contain Tapease® medical tape as an article
of manufacture.  These patents include:

     
United States Patent 7,524,307 B2

     United States Patent 7,544,186 B2

     European Patent 1,611,915 B1

     Spanish Patent 2328587 T3

Majorus Medical has additional patent applications pending in the
United States and Canada.  The following patent applications have
been published:

     
United States Patent Publication No. 2005/0288635 A1

     United States Patent Publication No. 2006/0124484 A1

     United States Patent Publication No. 2009/0240207 A1

     European Patent Publication No. EP 1 611 915 A1

     Canadian Patent Publication No. 2510868
Tapease®
The Better Way
MAJORUS MEDICAL, INC.
1101 ASH AVENUE
DECATUR, IL 62526
Telephone: (217) 433-2755   -   Facsimile: (330) 666-2561
NURSES HONORED FOR THEIR INVENTION
Jeania M. Kitchens (left), Gail Sue Hesse
(center), and Mable C. Davis (right) were
honored at Millikin University in Decatur,
Illinois for inventing a better adhesive tape
for adhering an IV to a patient.  They were
recently granted two United States patents
and a European patent covering their new
product  which is now being marketed as
Tapease® medical tape.
"Simple Idea Promises Big Things for Trio of Decatur Nurses"
Decatur Herald & Review
, March 31, 2009