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Robert S Howland: Spine fixation system. Advanced Spine Fixation Systems Incorporated, Beehler & Pavitt, July 9, 1991: US05030220 (355 worldwide citation)

An implantable spinal fixation system includes a cancellous bone screw, such as a pedicle screw, carrying an improved saddle assembly, secured in place by a nut and which includes a simple and effective locking mechanism including a plurality of fingers which contacts each of the upper half saddle a ...


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Robert S Howland, Leon L Wiltse: Advanced spine fixation system and method. Beehler Pavitt Siegemund Jagger Martella & Dawes, March 31, 1987: US04653481 (342 worldwide citation)

An advanced spine fixation system includes a plurality of screw clamp assemblies preferably inserted through the pedicle and vertebral body at the vertebra. Each screw clamp includes a removable saddle assembly composed of two halves and each provided with apertures for the reception of rigid suppor ...


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Marion F Rudy: Load carrying cushioning device with improved barrier material for control of diffusion pumping. R C Bogert, Beehler & Pavitt, June 26, 1990: US04936029 (241 worldwide citation)

A product in the form of a cushioning device made from thermoplastic film containing crystalline material inflated to a relatively high pressure and sealed at the time of manufacture. The product maintains the internal inflatant pressure for long periods of time by employing a form of the diffusion ...


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Marion F Rudy: Load carrying cushioning device with improved barrier material for control of diffusion pumping. Robert C Bogert, Beehler & Pavitt, August 27, 1991: US05042176 (231 worldwide citation)

A product in the form of a cushioning device made from thermoplastic film containing crystalline material inflated to a relatively high pressure and sealed at the time of manufacture. The product maintains the internal inflatant pressure for long periods of time by employing a form of the diffusion ...


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Marion F Rudy: Pressurizable envelope and method. Robert C Bogert, Beehler & Pavitt, March 6, 1990: US04906502 (227 worldwide citation)

An internally pressurizable lightweight high tensile strength multi-layered envelope is provided. An outer barrier layer of elastomeric semi-permeable material is mechanically bonded at a multiplicity of cites where substantially the entire distal surfaces of a double-walled drop thread linked fabri ...


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Emil E Capozzi, H Stephen Cookston: Biological syringe system. Hemaedics, Beehler & Pavitt, December 18, 1990: US04978336 (226 worldwide citation)

Syringe holder carriers first and second syringes which contain proteins which, when mixed, become a tissue adhesive. A manifold locks onto the two syringes, receives the two streams and delivers them to an output nose. A standard needle detachably locks onto the nose of the manifold. Alternatively ...


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Lester Turner, Herbert F Primosch: System for monitoring and control of home entertainment electronic devices. Teleview Rating Corporation, Beehler & Pavitt, March 6, 1990: US04907079 (215 worldwide citation)

The invention networks a conventional and unmodified television receiver, television monitor, stereo amplifier, VCR's, video disc player, etc. and communicates via telephone lines with any remote central computer. The viewer provides channel selection commands or other programming commands to a micr ...


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Marion F Rudy: Pressurizable envelope and method. Robert C Bogert, Beehler & Pavitt, January 28, 1992: US05083361 (183 worldwide citation)

An internally pressurizable lightweight high tensile strength multi-layered structure with an outer barrier layer envelope of elastomeric semi-permeable material for use as a cushioning device is provided. The outer barrier layer is bonded, at a multiplicity of sites, to substantially the entire dis ...


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Dennis M Kaloi, Richard A Simon: Electronic solid-state record/playback device and system. Beehler & Pavitt, April 23, 1996: US05511000 (177 worldwide citation)

An improved electronic solid-state record/playback device (SSRPD) and electronic system may be used to record and playback information such as audio, video, control, and other data. The SSRPD uses no tape or moving parts in the actual record/playback process but includes an audio and/or video and/or ...


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Richard L Fox: Protected hypodermic needle. Beehler Pavitt Siegemund Jagger Martella & Dawes, September 22, 1987: US04695274 (163 worldwide citation)

A safety needle attachment for a syringe body assembly makes use of a needle holder with a needle fixed in the holder and the holder so constructed that it can, if necessary, be applied to and removed from the syringe body assembly at will. The needle is initially entirely surrounded by a protecting ...



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