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John R Haaga: Sheath for wound closure caused by a medical tubular device. Body Vickers & Daniels, October 19, 1993: US05254105 (260 worldwide citation)

A tubular sheath is disclosed which is slidably disposed over a tubular medical device which tubular medical device is positioned at a body tissue access site. The sheath is deposited within a patient to assist in sealing the incision caused by the tubular medical device and inhibit internal and ext ...


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Klaus H Hemsath: Gas fired radiant tube heater. Indugas, Body Vickers & Daniels, January 21, 1992: US05082055 (251 worldwide citation)

An in situ thermal system is disclosed for enhanced oil recovery and the like from a subterranean formation. The system pressurizes the formation with water whereupon the entire formation is heated to relatively high temperatures in the absence of gas formation to significantly decrease the viscosit ...


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Klaus H Hemsath: Enhanced oil recovery system with a radiant tube heater. Indugas, Body Vickers & Daniels, June 4, 1991: US05020596 (232 worldwide citation)

An in situ thermal system is disclosed for enhanced oil recovery and the like from a subterranean formation. The system pressurizes the formation with water whereupon the entire formation is heated to relatively high temperatures in the absence of gas formation to significantly decrease the viscosit ...


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Klaus H Hemsath: In situ thermal waste disposal system. Indugas, Body Vickers & Daniels, April 3, 1990: US04913065 (226 worldwide citation)

An in situ system for thermally cleansing hazardous and toxic waste disposal sites is disclosed. The system includes a perimeter wall extending into the site which is sealed to a roof structure surrounding the site to encapsulate the site. A plurality of tubes are sunk into the encapsulated site in ...


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Lawrence E Garver, Gregory L Kimbrough: Pet container for hot filled applications. Van Dorn Company, Body Vickers & Daniels, November 26, 1991: US05067622 (176 worldwide citation)

An improved PET container is disclosed which is expressly configured for hot fill applications. The container's body side wall is rigidized against radical and longitudinal vacuum distribution so that paper labels can be applied to the container. In addition, the amorphous threaded mouth of the cont ...


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George Lambropoulos, Kenneth R Pitera, Robert A Hair: Remote control system for door locks. Wickes Manufacturing Company, Body Vickers & Daniels, November 14, 1989: US04881148 (165 worldwide citation)

A remote control system which includes (a) a receiver unit adapted to be fixedly mounted on a motor vehicle having at least one door lock with a first locked condition and a second unlocked condition and having means for receiving a coded signal including a code portion of binary bits, memory means ...


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Alexander Z Simon: Protector for catheter needle. Body Vickers & Daniels, September 24, 1991: US05051109 (163 worldwide citation)

A protector for needle apparatus which includes a conventional catheter slidingly receiving a needle. The catheter has a hub portion at its distal end which is initially adjacent the needle portion. An especially configured guard housing has an open ended, cylindrical base portion which slidably rec ...


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Alexander Z Simon: Protector for needle catheter. Body Vickers & Daniels, January 18, 1994: US05279591 (155 worldwide citation)

A protector guard housing is disclosed for a catheter type needle apparatus to prevent accidental needle puncture. The guard housing is initially positioned between the hub of the catheter and the handle of the needle which slidably extends through the catheter in a known manner. A detent mechanism ...


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John R Haaga: Universal biopsy needle. Body Vickers & Daniels, November 24, 1987: US04708147 (154 worldwide citation)

A cannula for a biopsy needle is provided with an axially and circumferentially open end forming cutting edges for severing tissue upon insertion or rotation at a lesion side. Concentric cannulas may be used for electively performing end cutting biopsy sampling or side cutting biopsy sampling with a ...


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Jose Velez, Joshua D Borah: Visor and camera providing a parallax-free field-of-view image for a head-mounted eye movement measurement system. Applied Science Laboratories, Body Vickers & Daniels, August 1, 1989: US04852988 (151 worldwide citation)

A head-mounted, eye-movement, measurement system is provided with an optically flat glass laminated visor through which the observer views the external scene. Mounted so as to be vertically spaced from one side of the eye's optic axis is an eye tracker module for recording the observer's eye-movemen ...



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