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Gary O Sandstedt: Restaurant or retail vending facility. Brady O Boyle & Gates, November 15, 1983: US04415065 (262 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a vending system particularly adapted for a restaurant or retail sales outlet which includes a hand held portable data entry terminal having an operator addressable, programmable memory containing a repertoire or library of sales or menu items addressable by entering a product code. The ...


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Gary O Sandstedt: Restaurant or retail vending facility. Brady O Boyle & Gates, February 11, 1986: US04569421 (249 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a vending system particularly adapted for a restaurant or retail sales outlet which includes a hand held portable data entry terminal having an operator addressable, programmable memory containing a repertoire or library of sales or menu items addressable by entering a product code. The ...


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Emanuel R Hafner: Method for building-up of routing addresses in a digital telecommunication network. Hasler, Brady O Boyle & Gates, March 28, 1978: US04081612 (190 worldwide citation)

In a digital telecommunication network containing bearer channels between switching nodes, the method of building-up a routing address consisting of routing words that are associated with the switching nodes and via which the transmission of information packets is effected in accordance with the rou ...


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Peter Michel: Injection device. Disetronic, Brady O Boyle & Gates, November 28, 1989: US04883472 (158 worldwide citation)

An exchangeable prefilled syringe (4) is arranged in the front part (2) of the device. In the rear part (1), a gear mechanism (3) is arranged, the drive member of which is a driving sleeve (10) provided with a manipulating head (11), and the driven member of which is a threaded rod (12) mounted non- ...


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Peter Michel, Hans Muller: Infusion device. Disetronic, Brady O Boyle & Gates, November 13, 1990: US04969874 (142 worldwide citation)

An insert head (102) is tightly inserted in the rearward end of a commercially available ampoule (101) equipped with a plunger (100). A galvanic, gas-generating cell is arranged in the insert head (102). The plunger (100) is driven forward by the gas generated by this cell. A throttle device (103) c ...


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William J de Groot, Theodore J de Groot, Joseph B de Groot: Apparatus for performing a biopsy. Brady O Boyle & Gates, January 16, 1990: US04893635 (133 worldwide citation)

A cell or tissue retrieving instrument is slidably mounted within the needle of a conventional "Skinny Needle" and is connected to the needle syringe piston. In use, the needle with the instrument enclosed therein is inserted inwardly into the patient's organ. The instrument is held fixed and the ne ...


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Bryan J Gisbourne: Papermakers fabrics. Scapa Porritt, Brady O Boyle & Gates, January 8, 1980: US04182381 (129 worldwide citation)

In order to reduce the rate of wear of a papermakers fabric having a loop seam, especially in the region of such loop seam, a protective facing of additional cross-machine direction yarns is provided at the intended roller side of the fabric. The additional yarns are woven integrally with the fabric ...


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E Hafner, H Mey: Message network for the transmission of digital telegrams with an address consisting of routing words. Hasler, Brady O Boyle & Gates, September 20, 1977: US04049906 (120 worldwide citation)

A general digital message network for short address-coded telegrams having plural switching stations. In each switching station the outputs of the input stores are each connected to one of the inputs of a multiplexer. The inputs of the output stores are connected to the output of the multiplexer and ...


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Peter Michel: Injection device. Nosta, Brady O Boyle & Gates, May 12, 1992: US05112317 (117 worldwide citation)

A prefilled syringe (3) with plunger (5) is arranged in the lower housing member (2) of the injection device, and a drive stem (39) for the advancement of the plunger is supported in the upper housing member (1), this drive stem being advanceable by a specific stroke (1.sub.1) by means of a knob (11 ...


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Peter Michel: Portable infusion unit. Disetronic, Brady O Boyle & Gates, April 29, 1986: US04585439 (117 worldwide citation)

A driver sleeve (8) is pivoted in the casing (1) of the unit which is driven by a motor controlled by a control device and supplied by a battery. A threaded rod (11) forming the piston rod of an injection ampule (15) is placed into the driver sleeve (8) in a non-rotary but longitudinally shiftable f ...



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