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Vadim I Kvitash: Balascopy method for detecting and rapidly evaluating multiple imbalances within multi-parametric systems. David Pressman, July 2, 1985: US04527240 (349 worldwide citation)

In a system in which multiple related parameters, such blood chemistry data, are to be evaluated, such evaluation is facilitated by converting the data into specially normalized units as a percentage on a scale depicting the maximum and minimum empirical values for such parameter. Then a normal rela ...


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Isaac Levanon: Modular computer system with portable travel unit. David Pressman, September 6, 1988: US04769764 (326 worldwide citation)

A computer system comprises a generally U-shaped base unit (10) and a generally-rectangular travel unit (12) which mates with the base unit, between the legs (34, 36) of the "U". The portable unit contains a complete computer system, including a flip-up monitor screen (14), a disc drive (20), and a ...


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Michael Black, Vladimir Kupershmidt: Mirror with dazzle light attenuation zone. Reliant Laser Corporation, David Pressman, December 1, 1992: US05168378 (289 worldwide citation)

A liquid-crystal matrix-type reflection mirror (10) with a localized dazzle light attenuation zone. The mirror has a multilayered structure and consists of a broadband reflective base mirror (12) having maximum reflectivity in the range corresponding to spectral range of halogen lamps of automobile ...


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Joachim Thuroff, German Borodulin, Alexander Shkolnik: David Pressman, May 16, 1989: US04829990 (238 worldwide citation)

An implantable hydraulic penile erectile device comprises a pair of occlusive cuffs (32 and 34) which are surgically implanted and wrapped around respective crura (18 and 20). The cuffs have expandable domes (56) on their inner surface (54). The domes are connected, via a check valve (44) and respec ...


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Ralph J Lamson: Virtual reality immersion therapy for treating psychological, psychiatric, medical, educational and self-help problems. David Pressman, July 30, 2002: US06425764 (111 worldwide citation)

A method of treating a psychological, psychiatric, or medical condition by choosing a psychological strategy for treating the condition, encoding electronic instructions for a virtual reality environment in such a way that the interactive virtual reality environment implements the psychological stra ...


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Thomas R Christianson: Self-supported, adjustable, condensation-free shower mirror. Shower Tek, David Pressman, July 16, 1991: US05032015 (94 worldwide citation)

A condensation-free, self-supported shower mirror assembly is heated by water dispersed into a temperature-control space behind the mirror. The water is supplied by a supply tube connected from a showerhead pipe to a dispenser which disperses the heated water in either liquid or spray form, preferab ...


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Michael Black, Vladimir Kupershmidt: Surgical laser endoscopic focusing guide with an optical fiber link. Reliant Laser Corporation, David Pressman, November 17, 1992: US05163935 (94 worldwide citation)

A surgical laser endoscopic focusing guide for a laser fiber optical link comprises a disposable unit (14) which is connected to the end of an optical fiber link (10). The unit consists of an endoscopic tube (16), the front end of which contains a mirror lens (22) for directing a laser beam emitted ...


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Claus E Sadlier: Multi-layered insulated cup formed of one continuous sheet. David Pressman, November 15, 1994: US05363982 (93 worldwide citation)

A thermally insulated cup or container (30) includes a smooth outer shell (12S), a smooth inner shell (13S), a corrugated layer (11L) sandwiched therebetween, and a bottom closure (14). The inner shell, corrugated layer, and outer shell are formed by simply winding a continuous elongated paper sheet ...


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Charles I Meinershagen: Vehicle direction signal and slow warning system employing moving pattern of simultaneously ON lamps. David Pressman, December 3, 1985: US04556862 (91 worldwide citation)

A signaling device consists of single or multiple rows or banks of lights extending the entire width of both the front (FIG. 13) and rear (FIG. 14) of a vehicle that are alternately turned on and off in such a precise, timed, sequential manner (FIGS. 1-7) so as to give the visual effect of a row of ...


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Arthur Jampolsky: Hearing aid employing adjustment of the intensity and the arrival time of sound by electronic or acoustic, passive devices to improve interaural perceptual balance and binaural processing. Jay Management Trust, David Pressman, July 18, 1995: US05434924 (83 worldwide citation)

A hearing aid for a person with asymmetric hearing perception (a weaker ear system and a better ear system) employs conventional frequency-selective amplification (26L) of sound coming to the weaker ear's system and frequency selective amplitude adjustment (32) and arrival time adjustment (retardati ...