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David P Summers: Artificial support for a blood vessel. American BioMed, Marcella D Watkins, David A Rose, August 30, 1994: US05342387 (317 worldwide citation)

A stent comprising a coil including a plurality of arcuate sections that alternate directions around a central axis, each arcuate section including a pair of curved turns joined by a cusp, and the cusps of adjacent arcuate sections intermeshing and defining at least one region of overlap, which in t ...


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Paul I Weiss, Weldon S Guest: Extracorporeal circulation apparatus. David A Rose, May 9, 1989: US04828543 (268 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for extracorporeal circulation and treatment of blood. The apparatus comprises means for circulating and for treating blood, with a control system for controlling the circulating means. The circulating means includes tubing that directs blood to and from a microporous membrane ...


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Nadim M Zacca, Martin R Jasso: Expandable tip atherectomy method and apparatus. William E Shull, Ned L Conley, David A Rose, June 8, 1993: US05217474 (203 worldwide citation)

A device for removing obstructions from vessels or small openings in the body, comprising a rotatable ablator tip which is guided to the obstruction in a reduced diameter configuration, expanded and rotated to remove the obstruction, and contracted to remove the device from the body. The variably ex ...


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John H Maples: Pipe connection. Whiting Oilfield Rental, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, David A Rose, March 3, 1981: US04253687 (141 worldwide citation)

Pipe connection comprising "Hydril" type pin and box connectors with an annular groove formed in the pin connector at the juncture of the inner cylindrical land and the inner tapered seating surface and a seal ring of preferably circular cross section, e.g. an O-ring, disposed in the groove sealing ...


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Byron A Donzis: Protective garment. American Pneumatics Co, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, David A Rose, June 12, 1984: US04453271 (113 worldwide citation)

The protective garment of the present invention primarily for use as protective athletic equipment includes protective gear for the shoulders, ribs, biceps, forearms, thighs, knees and shins. The protective garment is generally composed of variable pressure pads, air cushions, and/or shields. The va ...


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Byron A Donzis: Variable pressure pad. American Pneumatics Co, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, David A Rose, February 1, 1983: US04370754 (108 worldwide citation)

The protective garment of the present invention primarily for use as protective athletic equipment includes protective gear for the shoulders, ribs, biceps, forearms, thighs, knees and shins. The protective garment is generally composed of variable pressure pads, air cushions, and/or shields. The va ...


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Charles W Kinney: Well completion method and apparatus. GEO Vann, David A Rose, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, February 8, 1983: US04372384 (98 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for completing a highly unconsolidated formation located downhole in a cased borehole in one trip. A tool string is run downhole into the borehole on the end of a tubing string. The tool string includes a perforating gun, a gravel packing tool, and packer means. The gravel packi ...


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Carroll K Gordon: Wave driven power generation system. Sea Energy Corporation, David A Rose, November 1, 1988: US04781023 (87 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a system for the generation of useful energy from the power in ocean waves. The wave power generation system is an array of individual absorber units each consisting of a buoyant raft, connected to a stable mooring assembly by means of a yoke so as to allow relative motion ...


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Harry Kaufhold Jr, Martin Jasso, Gerald E Kruckeberg: Disposable syringe with automatic needle retraction. Harry Kaufhold Jr, William E Shull, David A Rose, March 19, 1991: US05000736 (85 worldwide citation)

A medicinal syringe including a tubular plunger from which air has been evacuated and a seal member releasably attached on the distal end of the plunger. Upon application of a predetermined longitudinal axial force to the seal member, the attachment between the seal member and the plunger will ruptu ...


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Edmond I Bailey: Rotary drilling head. Smith International, David A Rose, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, November 22, 1983: US04416340 (82 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, the drilling head includes a body or spool having a flow bore and a removable side outlet. Upon removal of the side outlet, the drilling head will pass through most rotary tables. The drilling head further includes a closure member for closing the annulus be ...