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George T Roberts, Kathleen L Hess, Sepideh H Nott, Michael S H Chu, Yem Chin: Controlled deployment of a medical device. Texas Petrodet, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, August 13, 1996: US05545209 (471 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis delivery system having a balloon catheter with an inflatable balloon on its exterior. The balloon is inflatable by injection of fluid through a lumen in the catheter and the balloon is initially partially constrained against inflation by a constraint. A tubular prosthesis is disposed on ...


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Kenneth W Stearns: Exercise device. Stearns Technologies, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, March 28, 1995: US05401226 (102 worldwide citation)

An exercise device (10) has foot supports (30, 32) on which a user stands for performing a stair stepping exercise alone, or a cross country skiing exercise alone, or simultaneously a stair stepping exercise and a cross country skiing exercise. Linkage support frames (26, 28) each have a first linka ...


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Robert E Bode: Reverse cementing system and method. Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, February 27, 1996: US05494107 (81 worldwide citation)

A cementing system where cement slurry is pumped down the annulus between the casing string and the well bore wall and then allowed to harden therein. A cement shoo on the lower end of the casing string prevents upward flow of fluids as the casing string is run, and then is opened and locked open in ...


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Robert R Gray: Portable wireless telephone having swivel chassis. Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, January 16, 1996: US05485517 (80 worldwide citation)

The invention is the construction of a portable telephone made short enough and flat enough to be conveniently carried upon the person, yet allowing it to be quickly reconfigured into a form that is long enough and contoured enough to be effective and natural to use. The telephone chassis includes a ...


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Robin P Martin: Self sheathing safety needle. Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, August 27, 1996: US05549558 (74 worldwide citation)

A self sheathing safety needle comprising a needle assembly (50), a needle guard (52), and an outer casing (54) is shown in exploded relation in FIG. 1 . Needle guard (52) has a locking tab (100) mounted on the free end of a spring finger or lever (98). Locking tab (100) is received within an intern ...


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Paul D Jezek, J Edward Stachowiak: Shut-in spray gun for high pressure water blast cleaning. J Edward Stachowiak, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, June 13, 1995: US05423348 (72 worldwide citation)

In accordance with an illustrative embodiment of a high pressure water blast gun as disclosed herein, such gun includes a valve body having inlet and outlet ports and an internal chamber, and a removable valve cartridge in the chamber which includes a guide tube and a valve closure element slidably ...


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Michael Phillips, Rodney H Neumann: Keyboard. Michael Phillips, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, August 8, 1995: US05439304 (68 worldwide citation)

A keyboard assembly having keys which provide input signals to a processing unit includes a flexible printed circuit and underlying mat which enable the keyboard to be warped upward at its center by a system of cams which are driven by a controlled motor. Such warping induces rotation of the forearm ...


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Michael K Crawford, Joseph M Crawford, James R Crawford: Combination chair and gurney. Easy Lift Care Products, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, April 4, 1995: US05402544 (61 worldwide citation)

A combined mobile chair and gurney (10) having an outer base support frame (12) and an inner movable frame (14). Outer support frame (12) has a pair of opposed vertical side frames (16) and a plurality of lower cross members (30) extending between the lower ends of the side frames (16). Inner movabl ...


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Raymond K Erickson: Method for fabricating suspension members for micromachined sensors. I O Sensors, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, January 16, 1996: US05484073 (43 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating a connecting spring member (24) of an arbitrary shape extending between a central mass (21) and an outer support frame (23) of a sensor as shown in FIG. 7 is disclosed. Each of a pair of generally identical silicon wafers (10, 12) has an inner etch stop layer (16) applied to ...


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Barry M Jarvis, Carolyn E Morse: Interfitting plastic panels. Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, May 2, 1995: US05411782 (43 worldwide citation)

A plurality of plastic panels or planks (12) are connected to each other in side by side relation by interfitting male and female connectors (28, 30) to form a planar structure such as a cover (10). The male connector (28) has opposed outer planar surfaces (32, 34) in contact relation to opposed inn ...