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The Company publishes "Modern Methods of Antiseptic Wound Treatment," which quickly becomes one of the standard teaching texts for antiseptic surgery.
It helps spread the practice of sterile surgery in the U.S. and around the world.
in 1888 Johnson & Johnson pioneers the first commercial first aid kits.
The initial kits are designed to help railroad workers, but soon become the standard in treating injuries.
In 1894 Johnson & Johnson launches maternity kits to make childbirth...
1896 - 1897 Employees manufacture the first mass-produced sanitary protection products for women, a huge step forward in women's health.
The Company is the first to mass produce dental floss to make it affordable in so that people can take better...
Robert Wood Johnson II, son of the Company founder by the same name, begins leadership of Johnson & Johnson. Known as General Johnson, he transforms the Company into a global decentralized Family of Companies.
Dr. Philip Levine, the discoverer of the human rH factor, joins Ortho Research Laboratories, creating the beginnings of the worldwide diagnostics business.
Johnson & Johnson goes public, with a listing on the New York Stock Exchange
Johnson & Johnson acquires McNeil Laboratories in the U.S. and Cilag Chemie, AG in Europe, giving the Company a significant presence in the growing field of pharmaceutical medicines.
One McNeil product, TYLENOL® (acetaminophen) elixir for children,...
Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. in Belgium joins the Family of Companies.
Its founder, Dr. Paul Janssen, is recognized as one of the most innovative and prolific pharmaceutical researchers of the 20th century.
Under Chairman and CEO Philip B. Hofmann's leadership, operating companies launch new treatments for schizophrenia, family planning and personal care.
Also, 1963 marks the last year that JOHNSON'S® Baby Powder is sold in tins.
During James E. Burke's tenure as Chairman and CEO (1976-1989), the Company enters new areas of health, such as vision care, mechanical wound closure and diabetes management, and opens the first operating companies in China and Egypt.
The vision care business introduces ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses, the first disposable contact lenses that can be worn for up to a week, thrown away and replaced with a fresh pair.
The lenses eliminate the need for cleaning, disinfecting solutions...
Under Ralph S. Larsen's leadership as Chairman and CEO (1989-2002), Neutrogena Corporation, Kodak's Clinical Diagnostics business, Cordis Corporation and Centocor join the Family of Companies; Expansion continues into Russia and Eastern Europe.
In 1990-s Ethicon Endo-Surgery pioneers minimally invasive surgery, which uses very small incisions and helps patients recover faster than with traditional surgery.
The PALMAZ-SCHATZ® stent, the first coronary stent, revolutionizes cardiology...
William C. Weldon becomes Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, only the eighth person to lead the Company since its founding.
Under his leadership, the Company enters new therapeutic areas such as HIV/AIDS, and health and wellness...
The Company supports the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals to improve the health of mothers and children in developing countries.
As a founding sponsor, Johnson & Johnson helps launch the United States’ first free mobile health service,...