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Lucien Alfred Couvillon Jr, Thomas Reaks Grover, Charles Dewitt Baker, William Sanford Topham: Noninvasive, continuous intraocular pressure monitor. University of Utah Research Institute, Criddle Thorpe & Western, May 16, 1978: US04089329 (88 worldwide citation)

A noninvasive, continuous monitoring device for measuring intraocular pressure without interference with vision or normal activity of the patient. A miniature, planar-faced pressure transducer is fixed in a protruding section of a compliant hydrogel ring which has been tooled to conform to the spher ...


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Stephen C Jacobsen, Robert L Stephen, Richard D Luntz, Richard T Johnson, David F Knutti, Carl F Mandleco: Fluid self-sealing bioelectrode. University of Utah Research Institute, Criddle Thorpe & Western, September 4, 1979: US04166457 (83 worldwide citation)

A dry-state bioelectrode having a self-sealing receptacle for receiving electrolyte and/or medicament fluid contents. The receptacle is attached at its opening to a sheet-like flexible base member having an opening in common with the receptacle opening, the bottom of the base member being adapted fo ...


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Stanley H Ward: Multi-array borehole resistivity and induced polarization method with mathematical inversion of redundant data. University of Utah Research Institute, Trask Britt & Rossa, October 17, 1989: US04875015 (42 worldwide citation)

Multiple arrays of electric or magnetic transmitters and receivers are used in a borehole geophysical procedure to obtain a multiplicity of redundant data suitable for processing into a resistivity or induced polarization model of a subsurface region of the earth.


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Charles D Baker, Owen D Brimhall, Charles R Galway: Artificial sphincter apparatus and method. University of Utah Research Institute, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, November 10, 1987: US04705518 (28 worldwide citation)

An artificial sphincter apparatus and method, the artificial sphincter including a pair of parallel, coaxially mounted rings with at least one ring rotatable relative to the other. Optionally the rings are capable of being split open at their circumference and reclosed for mounting about a living ti ...


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Victor Vali, Richard W Shorthill, Raymond Goldstein, Reuben S Krogstad: Double optical fiber waveguide ring laser gyroscope. University of Utah Research Institute, October 17, 1978: US04120587 (27 worldwide citation)

A laser gyroscope for determining rotation of an area circumscribed by two closely adjacent optical fiber waveguides which serve as double laser cavities. Laser oscillation is restricted to one direction only in each optical fiber waveguide with the direction of oscillation in each waveguide being o ...


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Glen J Morris: Two pump-frequency-stimulated Brillouin scattering ring laser gyroscope. University of Utah Research Institute, J Winslow Young, H Ross Workman, Rick D Nydegger, August 2, 1983: US04396290 (23 worldwide citation)

An improved ring laser gyroscope is disclosed that uses two counterrotating beams separated in frequency by an amount that is large compared to lock-in thresholds. The two beams are heterodyned together to obtain a beat frequency whose magnitude is proportional to rotation rate. In the preferred emb ...


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Victor Vali, Richard W Shorthill: Stimulated brillouin scattering ring laser gyroscope. University of Utah Research Institute, June 26, 1979: US04159178 (19 worldwide citation)

A stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS) ring laser gyroscope. The SBS laser gyroscope is fabricated from a single-mode optical fiber waveguide and is optically coupled to a laser to accommodate being pumped in two directions by laser radiation having sufficient energy to induce stimulated Brillouin ...


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Charles D Baker: Artificial sphincter apparatus and method. University of Utah Research Institute, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, November 19, 1985: US04553271 (12 worldwide citation)

An artificial sphincter apparatus and method, the artificial sphincter including a pair of parallel, coaxially mounted rings with at least one ring rotatable relative to the other ring. A plurality of tie members mounted circumferentially to the rings extend between the rings and are angularly moved ...


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Victor Vali, Reuben S Krogstad, H Robert Willard: X-ray and gamma ray waveguide, cavity and method. University of Utah Research Institute, October 24, 1978: US04122342 (7 worldwide citation)

An X-ray and Gamma ray waveguide, cavity, and method for directing electromagnetic radiation of the X-ray, Gamma ray, and extreme ultraviolet wavelengths. A hollow fiber is used as the waveguide and is manufactured from a material having an index of refraction less than unity for these wavelengths. ...


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Ward Stanley H: Multi-array borehole resistivity and induced polarization system. University Of Utah Research Institute, TRASK David V, January 26, 1989: WO/1989/000705

Multiple arrays of electric (AB, MN) or magnetic (Tx, Rx) transmitters and receivers are used in a borehole (30, 31) geophysical procedure to obtain a multiplicity of redundant data suitable for processing into a resistivity or induced polarization model of a subsurface region (33) of the earth (32) ...



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