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Everett H Ellinwood Jr: Self-powered implanted programmable medication system and method. B B Olive, March 27, 1979: US04146029 (529 worldwide citation)

A device and method for dispensing medication internally of the body utilize an implanted system which includes medication storage and dispensing control circuitry having control components which may be modified by means external of the body being treated to control the manner of dispensing the medi ...


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Everett H Ellinwood Jr: Apparatus and method for implanted self-powered medication dispensing. B B Olive, January 18, 1977: US04003379 (318 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for dispensing drugs and other medications within the body leaves the patient ambulatory and is adapted to be entirely implanted and to dispense such substances over a long period of time, e.g., one to several years, in accordance with the actual needs of the patient. A self-powered dis ...


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Salvador Lujan Camacho, Louis Joseph Circeo Jr: Apparatus and method for the recovery of fuel products from subterranean deposits of carbonaceous matter using a plasma arc. Technology Application Services Corporation, B B Olive, January 10, 1978: US04067390 (312 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method utilizes a plasma arc torch as a heat source for recovering useful fuel products from in situ deposits of coal, tar sands, oil shale, and the like. When applied to a coal deposit, the plasma torch is lowered in a shaft into the deposit and serves as a means for supplying heat ...


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Frans F Jobsis, Johannes H Keizer, Ronald F Overaker: Apparatus for monitoring metabolism in body organs. Duke University, B B Olive, March 30, 1982: US04321930 (202 worldwide citation)

A mounting structure secures to a selected portion of the human body, e.g., the head, a limb, or the torso, and incorporates light source and light detecting means adapted for association with spectrophotometric circuitry for in situ, in vivo monitoring of local metabolism in the area of the body wh ...


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Frans F Jobsis: Method and apparatus for monitoring metabolism in body organs. Duke University, B B Olive, August 4, 1981: US04281645 (184 worldwide citation)

A spectrophotometric transillumination method and apparatus are directed to non-invasive, continuous, atraumatic, in vivo, in situ monitoring of metabolism in a body organ. In the described applications, measuring and reference wavelengths within the near infrared region, i.e., 700-1300 nm, are util ...


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Frans F Jobsis: Method and apparatus for monitoring metabolism in body organs in vivo. Duke University, B B Olive, September 23, 1980: US04223680 (178 worldwide citation)

A spectrophotometric method, apparatus and reflectance technique is directed to non-invasive, harmless, continuous, atraumatic, in vivo, in situ monitoring of metabolism in a body organ utilizing measuring and reference wavelengths within the near infrared region, i.e., 700-1300 nm. Monitoring of ox ...


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Frans F Jobsis, Johannes H Keizer, Ronald F Overaker: Apparatus for monitoring metabolism in body organs. Duke University, B B Olive, April 19, 1983: US04380240 (174 worldwide citation)

A mounting structure secures to a selected portion of the human body, e.g., the head, a limb, or the torso, and incorporates light source and light detecting means adapted for association with spectrophotometric circuitry for in situ, in vivo monitoring of local metabolism in the area of the body wh ...


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Frans F Jobsis, Hans H Keizer, Ronald F Overaker: Body-mounted light source-detector apparatus. Duke University, B B Olive, April 16, 1985: US04510938 (132 worldwide citation)

Means are provided for securing to the human body a light source housing and a light detector housing used for monitoring metabolism, said means comprising sockets adapted to fit over the housings and having tab members adapted to be adhesively secured to the body to maintain the respective light so ...


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Joseph W Dietrich, Eugene J Lubimov: Apparatus for long term intravenous administration of diluted incompatible multiple medications. B B Olive, March 2, 1976: US03941126 (102 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for intravenous administration of multiple medications of types which tend to be incompatible provides means for diluting the medications separately with a diluent drawn from a common diluent source and for combining the diluted medication at a site proximate to the point of venous entr ...


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Abraham Schwartz: Fluorescent calibration microbeads simulating stained cells. Flow Cytometry Standards, B B Olive, Steven J Hultquist, September 27, 1988: US04774189 (97 worldwide citation)

A method of calibrating a flow cytometer or fluorescent microscope is based on a set of highly uniform microbeads associated with a fluorescent dye in such a way that the microbeads have the same excitation and emission spectral properties as the samples which are to be measured. The calibration val ...