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Michael R S Hill, Scott E Jahns, James R Keogh: Method and system for nerve stimulation prior to and during a medical procedure. Medtronic, Cardinal Law Group, September 10, 2002: US06449507 (332 worldwide citation)

A method of performing a medical procedure, such as surgery, is provided. A nerve is stimulated in order to adjust the beating of the heart to a first condition, such as a stopped or slowed condition. The medical procedure is performed on the heart or another organ. The stimulation of the nerve is s ...


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Steven J Ross, Jane F Macfarlane, Julie A Rybicki: Location-based services for a telematics service subscriber. General Motors Corporation, Cardinal Law Group, April 18, 2006: US07031724 (108 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a method and system for providing location-based services to a telematics service subscriber. A message notice is sent to the telematics service subscriber and a request for messages is received. A determination is made as to whether at least one message includes a loc ...


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Maria A Himmel, Herman Rodriguez, Newton J Smith Jr, Clifford J Spinac: Method and system for schedule based advertising on a mobile phone. International Business Machines Corporation, Cardinal Law Group, Diana L Gerhardt, May 3, 2005: US06889054 (88 worldwide citation)

A system for implementing a method for communicating an advertisement employs a primary call center, a mobile station, a base station, and an advertiser call center. When the mobile station is registered with the base station, the primary call center controls a transmission of one or more advertisem ...


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Wendell A Thomas: Nasal mask for delivering gas. Cardinal Law Group, December 26, 2006: US07152599 (64 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask for delivering gas to a mammalian nasal passage includes a body portion including an inlet opening and an outlet opening as well as a facial contact portion having an opening in communication with the outlet opening and a shroud positioned over the facial contact portion opening, wherei ...


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James Coyle: Occlusion balloon catheter with distal valve. Medtronic Vascular, Cardinal Law Group, June 1, 2004: US06743208 (63 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system for treating a blood vessel. The blood vessel treatment system includes a hollow guidewire having a central lumen, an occlusion balloon attached proximate to a distal end of the hollow guidewire, and an inflation catheter slidable over the hollow guidewire. An ...


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Janice Danvir, Jing Qi: Area-array device assembly with pre-applied underfill layers on printed wiring board. Freescale Semiconductor, Cardinal Law Group, November 23, 2004: US06821878 (62 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method of attaching an area-array device such as a bumped flip chip to an electrical substrate. An underfill material is applied to a portion of the electrical substrate, and the underfill material is heated to an underfill-material staging temperature. A bumped area-array d ...


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John M Garrison, Rose Anne Swart: Dynamic, policy based management of administrative procedures within a distributed computing environment. International Business Machines Corporation, Jeffrey S LaBaw, Cardinal Law Group, July 27, 2004: US06769118 (56 worldwide citation)

An administrative management system comprising an administrative server and a client is disclosed. In response to a selection of an administrative procedure to be executed on the client, the administrative server determines if an execution of the administrative procedure on the client is in complian ...


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William Baker: Computer servicing cart. Span, Cardinal Law Group, October 31, 2006: US07130190 (52 worldwide citation)

A computer servicing cart containing one or more battery servicing compartments or modules for charging and storing batteries for electronic devices, such as computers, cellular phones, and PDAs. One or more computer servicing compartments or modules for charging and storing electronic devices, such ...


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Robert S Dubrow, Luc J Bousse, Huan L Phan: Methods, systems and apparatus for separation and isolation of one or more sample components of a sample biological material. Cardinal Law Group, September 2, 2008: US07419784 (48 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods for use in separating sample materials into different sample components and then isolating one or more of the sample components for further processing or analysis are disclosed. Devices employ configurations that optionally allow a sample material to be electrophoretical ...


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Robert Roche, Eric Hladilek, Scott Reid: Disaster recovery virtual roll call and recovery management system. Oak Lawn Marketing, Cardinal Law Group, April 11, 2006: US07026925 (48 worldwide citation)

A disaster recovery virtual roll call and recovery management system and method allows any organization to locate their staff and allocate resources to their staff in the event of a disaster. User information can be stored on remote, distributed computer networks to assure that the information is av ...



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