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Norman Kaish: Security arrangement for and method of rendering microprocessor-controlled electronic equipment inoperative after occurrence of disabling event. International Electronic Technology, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, January 15, 1985: US04494114 (152 worldwide citation)

A lock-out security arrangement for and method of maintaining microprocessor-controlled electronic equipment normally operational until the occurrence of a disabling event, such as physical removal of the equipment from its normal installation, and/or electrical removal of the equipment from a sourc ...


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Raja G Ogirala: Biopsy needle. International Electronic Technology, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, April 12, 1994: US05301684 (43 worldwide citation)

A biopsy needle for removal of tissue from human or animal bodies incorporates a tubular elongated body (1) and a plunger (7) arranged both slidably and rotatably within the body. The plunger is pointed at one end and has a tissue-removing edge directed backwardly from the pointed end and formed on ...


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Kaish Norman: Dispositif et methode de securite pour rendre inoperant apres une defaillance un materiel electronique commande par micro-processeur, Security arrangement for and method of rendering microprocessor-controlled electronic equipment inoperative after occurrence of disabling event. International Electronic Technology Corporation, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLSRL, September 16, 1986: CA1211542

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A lock-out security arrangement for and methodof maintaining microprocessor-controlled electronic equipmentnormally operational until the occurrence of a disablingevent, such as physical removal of the equipment from itsnormal installation, and/or electrical removal of the ...


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Kaish Norman: System for testing and recording biological conditions. International Electronic Technology, MILDE Karl F Jr, December 8, 1994: WO/1994/027500

A method and system for testing and recording the peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR), forced expiratory volume (FEV.1) and forced volume capacity (FVC) of a patient, comprises prompting the patient to cause the sensing of the expiratory flow rate, sensing the expiratory flow rate of the patient and ge ...