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Armond John Walter, Webber David Arthur: Adsorption system. The British Oxygen Company, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, December 2, 1975: US3923477 (116 worldwide citation)

A process for enriching the proportion of a gas in a gas mixture by passing the mixture through an adsorbent bed under pressure, reducing the pressure by countercurrently venting the adsorbed gas, evacuating residual gas from the bed, restoring the pressure in the adsorbent bed by introducing produc ...


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Albert H Burstein, Bertram L Koslin: Prosthesis-to-bone interface system. The Sampson Corporation, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, December 27, 1977: US04064567 (112 worldwide citation)

A woven basket is placed over the stem of a prosthesis and receives bone cement therewithin and through its intersticies. The resulting prosthesis-to-bone interface greatly improves the distribution of forces transferred to the bone.


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Lawrence A Cox, John D Smethers: Lung ventilators. BOC, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, June 10, 1980: US04206754 (105 worldwide citation)

A volume-cycled lung ventilator providing for both spontaneous breathing of a patient and intermittent mandatory ventilation, the invention provides two parallel inspiratory flow paths, one flow path including a demand valve for supplying gas to the patient during spontaneous breathing and the other ...


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Richard Winckler: Method of assembling an aerosol dispenser. Cebal, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, September 6, 1977: US04045860 (82 worldwide citation)

An aerosol dispenser including an outer casing, a product containing bag within said casing and sealingly secured thereto at a point of interconnection between the casing and a cap carrying a dispensing valve. Pressurized propellant is disposed between the casing and the bag.


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Hewitt A Sompayrac: Stable dental composition containing hydrogen peroxide. Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, October 7, 1980: US04226851 (70 worldwide citation)

A stable dental hygiene composition comprising a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and zinc chloride, the present mixture is stabilized by the addition of water-soluble vitamin E. The presence of water-soluble vitamin E in the mixture of hydrogen peroxide and zinc chloride acts to prevent the usual insta ...


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Jean Yves Gaborieau, Bernard Baumann: Hermetic closure. CEBAL, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, January 11, 1977: US04002516 (69 worldwide citation)

A hermetic closure cap of resilient thermoplastic material constructed so as to be removably securable in an aperture made in a rigid sheet.


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Donald A Todd: Silicone catheter. Western Acadia Incorporated, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, October 5, 1976: US03983879 (68 worldwide citation)

An improved catheter comprising a tubular body portion comprising a primary lumen and an inflation lumen and an outer covering, a portion of which is inflatable to form an anchoring bubble, wherein a layer of thermoplastic material is applied around the tubular catheter body in the region underlying ...


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Richard Winckler: Aerosol dispenser liner. Cebal, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, October 3, 1978: US04117951 (66 worldwide citation)

An aerosol dispenser including a outer casing, an product containing bag within said casing and sealingly secured thereto at a point of interconnection between the casing and a cap carrying a dispensing valve. Pressurized propellant is disposed between the casing and the bag.


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Franz J Backhaus: Device for making sauces. Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, May 6, 1980: US04201487 (65 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for mixing and improving the quality of sauces including a mixing vessel supported on a housing, said housing having a funnel shaped inlet through which the ingredients pass. An annular rotor is rotatable with respect to a stator member, the sauce ingredients being acted on by the same to ...


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Kenneth C Smith: Treatment of liquid. BOC, Dennison Dennison Meserole & Pollack, August 7, 1979: US04163712 (62 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for treating liquid such as aqueous liquor with a gas that is sparingly soluble therein by introducing the gas into a pressurized stream of the liquid at a sufficient rate to dissolve some of the gas in the stream and additionally to form finely dispersed bubbles of ...