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Kent R Barker: Method of monitoring patient respiration and predicting apnea therefrom. Medicon, December 28, 1982: US04365636 (184 worldwide citation)

A method for detecting apnea by sampling a voltage waveform representative of respiration at regular intervals and calculating the instantaneous voltage differences at alternate sample points, and comparing the magnitude of each difference voltage so calculated against a "threshold" value determined ...


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Jack A Vernon, Murlan R Kaufman, Robert E Brummett, Herman G Bender: Iontophoresis apparatus for applying local anesthetics. Medicon, Chernoff & Vilhauer, November 16, 1976: US03991755 (131 worldwide citation)

Iontophoresis apparatus for applying local anesthetics to selected locations of animal bodies, particularly to the eardrum, comprises an electric circuit providing a source of direct current of constant and predetermined magnitude. Connected into the electric circuit are a first electrode adapted fo ...


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Alexander Tschakaloff: Surgical system. Medicon eG, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, March 1, 1994: US05290281 (106 worldwide citation)

A surgical system including: (1) a thermoplastic, body absorbable, bodily tissue fixation plate having a plurality of formations and a plurality of through-bores arranged in alternating relation along with plate; (2) body absorbable fasteners adapted for insertion into the through-bores to secure th ...


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Alexander Tschakaloff: Surgical system. Medicon eG, Duane Morris & Heckscher, July 14, 1998: US05779706 (86 worldwide citation)

A surgical system including: (1) a thermoplastic, body absorbable, bodily tissue fixation plate having a plurality of through-bores and a plurality of formations having configurations adapted to substantially matingly cooperate with a heating tip of a heating wand; (2) body absorbable fasteners adap ...


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Alexander Tschakaloff: Surgical system. Medicon eG, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, March 4, 1997: US05607427 (76 worldwide citation)

A surgical system including: (1) a thermoplastic, body absorbable, bodily tissue fixation plate having a plurality of formations and a plurality of through-bores arranged in alternating relation along with plate; (2) body absorbable fasteners adapted for insertion into the through-bores to secure th ...


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Neubourg Fritz: Skinprotection composition.. Medicon, May 25, 1994: EP0598412-A2 (52 worldwide citation)

Skin protection compositions for protecting the human skin from drying out and aggressive, skin-irritating and allergising substances can be produced in various administration forms, e.g. as gel, lotion, ointment, cream, foam etc. To improve the tolerability and protective properties of the said ski ...


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Martin Kunkel: Device for distracting bone segments, especially in the area of a jaw. Medicon Chirurgiemechaniker Genossenschaft, December 10, 2002: US06491696 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for distracting bone segments, comprising at least two components (


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Castanas Elias: (tac) And corrected total antioxidant capacity (corrtac) in fluids. Medicon Hellas, Castanas Elias, ROTNE Jens Styrup, August 12, 2004: WO/2004/068140 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a new automated method for the determination of Total Antioxidant Capacity (TAC) and Corrected Total Antioxidant Capacity (corrTAC) in fluids. Furthermore, the present invention relates to a crocin reagent for the determination of TAC in fluids. This method is especi ...


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Burger Andreas, Wenzler Klaus, Schroeder Kristine, Hettich Petra, Liebermann Karl Ernst: Packaging device for implant screws. Medicon Eg Chirurgiemechaniker, October 10, 2007: EP1842505-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

The packing device (11) consists of three parts: a holding device (12), a protective cover (13) and a lid (22). The holding device has receivers (16) for one or more screws (14), and also a pin or clamp. The packing device is fitted inside a storage system, which also takes the surgical instruments ...


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Kreidler Winfried, Wangerin Konrad: Distraction device for bone segments. Medicon E G Chirurgiemechanike, May 2, 1997: EP0770359-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

The arrangement consists of two parts. One part has an L-shaped bracket (23) which is attached with screws (62) to one section of the bone. A bar (6) of hexagon cross-section is attached with screws (21) to the L-shaped bracket (23). The bar (16) has a coaxial inner thread. The bar (16) can slide in ...