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Hans Leysieffer, Rolf Lehner: Device for positioning and fixing of therapeutic, surgical, or diagnostic instruments. IMPLEX Spezialhorgerate, David S Safran, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, July 7, 1998: US05776144 (160 worldwide citation)

Temporarily fixable positioning system (1) for secure, play-free fastening to the human body, preferably to the human skull has a base (4), a clampable ball-and-socket joint (3), a linear axis mechanism (2) fixed securely to it and a carriage (6) guided along the linear axis mechanism for receiving ...


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Gerd Muller, Hans Leysieffer: Implantable microphone and implantable hearing aids utilizing same. Implex Spezialhorgerate, David S Safran, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, September 29, 1998: US05814095 (151 worldwide citation)

Implantable microphone for implantable hearing aids, which is used for excitation of hearing, such as cochlear implants or hearing aids with mechanical stimulation of the middle or inner ear, with a microphone capsule which is accommodated in a hermetically sealed housing, and with an electrical lea ...


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Hans Leysieffer, G√ľnter Rinser: Partially or fully implantable hearing system. Cochlear, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, March 25, 2003: US06537200 (146 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a partially or fully implantable hearing system which is provided with a unit (


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Martin Neumann, Ferdinand Kockerling: Surgical closure. David S Safran, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, August 1, 1995: US05437683 (138 worldwide citation)

A surgical closure which can be repeatedly opened and closed, especially one for an abdominal incision, consisting of flexible fabric or plate-like securing means which can be firmly secured to the bodily tissue close to the incision but can be released therefrom and with a closure bringing together ...


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Hans Leysieffer, Bernd Waldmann: At least partially implantable system for rehabilitation of a hearing disorder. Cochlear, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, June 10, 2003: US06575894 (130 worldwide citation)

An at least partially implantable system for rehabilitation of a hearing disorder with at least one sensor for picking up an acoustic signal and converting the acoustic signal into corresponding electrical signals, an electronic signal processing unit for audio signal processing and amplification, a ...


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Hans Leysieffer, Hans Peter Zenner, Joachim W Baumann: At least partially implantable system for rehabilitation of hearing disorder. Cochlear, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, May 20, 2003: US06565503 (118 worldwide citation)

An at least partially implantable system for rehabilitation of a hearing disorder with at least one acoustic sensor (microphone) for picking up an acoustic sensor signal and converting the acoustic sensor signal into corresponding electrical signals, an electronic signal processing unit for audio si ...


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Yutaka Nakanishi: Game machine controller. Optec, David S Safran, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, June 2, 1998: US05759100 (115 worldwide citation)

A game machine controller according to the present invention is provided with a memory pack equipped with a nonvolatile memory. The memory pack is able to store a plurality of commands designated by a predetermined button operation as command programs. Once the data is stored, it is retained unless ...


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Reinhold Sussmann: Shoe with a central closure. Puma Rudolf Dassler Sport, David S Safran, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, April 14, 1998: US05737854 (101 worldwide citation)

A shoe with a central closure attached to an instep cover, to which a wire-like tightening element is coupled and from which the tightening element runs back and forth between guide elements on side parts of the shoe upper and guide elements on the instep cover along the throat area of the shoe, whe ...


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Heinrich Lysen: Method of mutually aligning bodies and position-measuring sensor therefor. Pruftechnik Dieter Busch, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, February 27, 2001: US06195615 (99 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a method of mutually aligning bodies, in particular for the parallel alignment of shafts, rollers and the like, which can be carried out economically and simply in a substantially shorter time than the known methods used for this purpose. The essence of the invention is the us ...


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Hans Leysieffer: At least partially implantable system for rehabilitation of a hearing disorder. Cochlear, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, February 24, 2004: US06697674 (99 worldwide citation)

An at least partially implantable system for rehabilitation of a hearing disorder which has at least one sensor (microphone) for picking up an acoustic signal and converting it into corresponding electrical signals, an electronic signal processing unit for audio signal processing and amplification, ...



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