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Matthew A Howard III, Rogers C Ritter, Grady M Sean: Video tumor fighting system. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James Creighton Wray, September 26, 1989: US04869247 (208 worldwide citation)

A destructive heat lesion is placed in any location in the brain. A patient's head is secured within a stereotactic frame. After a high resolution CT scan and angiogram or MRI, data is incorporated and analyzed by a computer. This information is then resynthesized and projected as a video image on a ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet: Retractable safety needle. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 30, 1987: US04676783 (149 worldwide citation)

An intravenous needle with a sharpened distal end has a proximal end fixed within a first enlarged end of an inner tube. The enlarged end of the inner tube is held tightly within a first end of an outer tube by friction. The needle passes through a constricted opening in the first end of the outer t ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet, Jessica J Brand: Self-resheathing needle assembly. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 3, 1986: US04592744 (144 worldwide citation)

A self-resheathing safety needle has a case with a small closed end and a large open end and a needle assembly within the case with the needle projecting through the small closed end. A hub is connected to the needle assembly inside the case and a connector on the hub cooperates with a receiver in t ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet: Retractable safety needles. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James Creighton Wray, November 1, 1988: US04781692 (122 worldwide citation)

A flexible plastic catheter extends from a distal end of a rigid plastic housing. An elastomeric seal at the distal end of the housing tightly fits within the housing and grips in its bore a stylet. The stylet has a sharp distal end and an enlarged proximal end which receives a distal end of a plast ...


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Mark E Bolander, Gary Balian: Use of demineralized bone matrix in the repair of segmental defects. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James Creighton Wray, May 10, 1988: US04743259 (95 worldwide citation)

A process of grafting material from milled bone is disclosed which comprises augmenting the bone protein of a first quantity of milled bone by dialyzing from solution guanidine-extracted bone proteins from a second quantity of milled bone and adding the extracted proteins to the first quantity of mi ...


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Mark E Bolander, Gary Balian: Use of demineralized bone matrix in the repair of segmental defects. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James Creighton Wray, February 20, 1990: US04902296 (80 worldwide citation)

A grafting material comprising milled bone which has an initial coating of guanidine-extracted bone proteins which are dialyzed from solution. Unbound bone proteins are removed and this augmented milled bone is lyophized. A subsequent coat of anti-coagulated plasma containing plasma proteins is appl ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet: Intravenous port injection and connector system. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 12, 1990: US04932944 (71 worldwide citation)

A connector has one end for receiving a standard auxiliary line adaptor hub and an opposite end receivable over an intravenous line port in a male-female interference fit. A needle is provided in the interior of the connector and punctures a sealing membrane provided over the line port. After the ne ...


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Colin A McLaurin: Center of gravity wheelchair with articulated chassis. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, January 12, 1982: US04310167 (67 worldwide citation)

A center of gravity wheelchair with an articulated chassis front and rear caster wheels, in which the main wheels and front and rear caster wheels are arranged in a diamond pattern, and the main wheels and rear caster wheel are carried by a subframe to form a bogie system, with the seat and front ca ...


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Doris Wilsdorf: Versatile electrical fiber brush and method of making. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, November 9, 1982: US04358699 (57 worldwide citation)

A versatile electrical fiber brush comprising the following components: Firstly a brush body, which is not necessarily equiaxed, non-porous, rigid or all in one piece, made of a matrix material, not necessarily electrically conductive, embedded in which is at least one set of similarly formed fibers ...


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Robert M Berne, Luiz Belardinelli, Rafael Rubio: Adenosine in the treatment of supraventricular tachycardia. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, June 16, 1987: US04673563 (52 worldwide citation)

A method of diagnosing and treating arrhythmias caused by re-entry in the A-V node by administering to a human or animal an effective amount of adenosine that restores normal sinus rhythm.