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Rodolfo Gaba: Locking safety cover for sharp instruments. Devon, Lyon & Lyon, July 9, 1996: US05533974 (139 worldwide citation)

A safety catheter includes a pivoted cam and gripping wheel within a housing. As the catheter needle is withdrawn from the catheter the needle point is captured and locked within the housing, reducing the risk of needlestick injuries. When locked, the cam prevents the needle tip from being pushed ou ...


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Martin Tomlinson: Television sub-carrier transmission. Devon County Council, Hale and Dorr, April 11, 1989: US04821120 (110 worldwide citation)

In a receiver for the reception of satellite television signals sub-carrier signals carrying, for example, data are recovered from the demodulated television signal and themselves demodulated to provide data outputs. Prior to the second demodulation, each sub-carrier signal is averaged to improve it ...


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Dan Sandel, Robert T Horan, Rodolfo Gaba, Bruno J Ramirez: Medical instrument holder and sharps disposal container. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, June 18, 1991: US05024326 (104 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument holder and sharps disposal device is disclosed wherein a pair of plastic container body halves are provided to be manipulated between opened and closed positions by associated hinge means and a mechanical lock. A medical instrument rest in the form of a one piece molded plastic ...


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William L Noack: Tortuous path in-patient room medical waste disposal container. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, January 14, 1992: US05080251 (100 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument disposal container has a hollow bin member fitted with a hollow top housing member, the two members having mating flanges with snap lock means for holding them together, the hollow top member further having a rectangular medical instruments entry port which may be closed by a cl ...


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Dan Sandel, Mike Hoftman: Rigid disposable container for holding and dispensing of used medical sharps and other medical-surgical materials. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, June 27, 1989: US04842138 (91 worldwide citation)

A rigid, disposable container for safety containing and disposing of medical-surgical materials, including needles, syringes, scalpels and dressings after use, comprises five, lightweight plastic pieces which snap together without tools to form a closed container having a one-way barrier at a larger ...


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Rodolfo Gaba: Surgical instrument sharp end foil. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, May 23, 1995: US05417659 (91 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument sharp end foil for receiving and trapping the free end of a surgical instruments sharp such as a syringe needle, said sharp having a restrained end opposite said free end and a longitudinal axis extending between said restrained and free ends, said foil comprising a housing hav ...


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Bruno J Ramirez: Closure lid to disposable container for holding and disposing of used medical sharps and other medical-surgical materials. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, May 16, 1995: US05415315 (91 worldwide citation)

A container lid for a medical storage-disposal container including a slide closure resistant to inadvertent movement from an open position into a fully closed and locked position. The container lid includes a top cover defining a disposal aperture and a laterally oriented depression. The slide closu ...


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Robert Horan, A H Lynn Valentine: Instrument tray with instrument supports. Devon, Lyon & Lyon, August 23, 1994: US05339955 (86 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument tray has a frame of opposing side and end walls having inner and outer panels. Instrument supports extend across the frame and join to inner panels of the side walls. The instrument supports have pegs separated by a central plateau, radiused sections for supporting round instrum ...


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James P Williams Jr: Strengthened handles in membranous articles. Devon, Oppenheimer Poms Smith, September 16, 1997: US05667069 (81 worldwide citation)

A novel manufacturing technique for strengthening integrally molded handles on a membranous or thin-film article against tearing, by integrally molding the peripheries of the handles and adjacent rim regions of the article in a mold which provides a three-dimensional curvilinear pre-bias against the ...


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Dan Sandel, Michael Hoftman: Disposable cover for surgical light handle. Devon, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, August 12, 1986: US04605124 (79 worldwide citation)

A sterile cover for the handle on a surgical light is comprised of an integrally formed disposable plastic sheath generally in the shape of a unibody hollow cylinder with either a hollow inverse conical-shaped member or a dish shaped member at an open end of the cylinder. An alternative embodiment o ...