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Alan W Brown: Surgical staple. Diller Ramik & Wight, April 16, 1991: US05007921 (333 worldwide citation)

A surgical staple is made from highly flexible material and has at least two piercing projections or points spaced from each other a first predetermined linear distance in a generally unstressed, neutral and inoperative condition of the staple. The staple is stressed in a selected fashion causing th ...


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Elke Heidmueller nee Degwitz, Harald Heidmueller: Surgical instrument. Diller Ramik & Wight, May 24, 1994: US05314445 (329 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for performing cutting or gripping movements comprises a tube body (2) connected at its rear end with an end portion (1). The end portion is provided with a handle (4) including an actuating lever (5). At the front end of the tube body (2), are pivotable relative to each other ...


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Robert D Lambert, Edward W Eves III, Norbert L Wyss: Blood sampling mechanism. Diller Ramik & Wight, July 30, 1991: US05035704 (270 worldwide citation)

A blood sampling mechanism including a housing in which is inserted a magazine containing a plurality of test pads from which individual test pads are sequentially fed to a loading/testing station, each novel test pad being relatively thin and carrying a resilient dermis-piercing member having a poi ...


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Alan W Brown: Surgical staple. Diller Ramik & Wight, June 25, 1991: US05026390 (214 worldwide citation)

A surgical staple is made from highly flexible material and has at least two piercing projections or points spaced from each other a first predetermined linear distance in a generally unstressed, neutral and inoperative condition of the staple. The staple is stressed in a selected fashion causing th ...


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Elke Heidmueller: Surgical suturing apparatus. Harald Heidmueller, Diller Ramik & Wight, June 14, 1994: US05320632 (200 worldwide citation)

For sewing up a surgical opening (32), an instrument (10) is provided to be introduced thereinto. Needle holders (19), having needles (25) attached thereon, are laterally extended out of the instrument (10). By raising the instrument (10), the needles (25) are pierced through the cutaneous tissue (3 ...


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Bryan John Ruffner: Multifunctional mobile appliance. Diller Ramik & Wight, November 18, 2003: US06650975 (198 worldwide citation)

The invention is a multifunctional, mobile appliance capable of performing a variety of tasks safely, quietly, without pollution, and out of sight of its owner. Such tasks might include lawn mowing, fertilizing, and edging, floor vacuuming, waxing, and polishing, or rug shampooing. In its preferred ...


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Bryan J Ruffner: Multifunctional mobile appliance. Diller Ramik & Wight, August 26, 2003: US06611738 (190 worldwide citation)

A user can place the multifunctional mobile appliance in a work area bounded by a set of impulse radio, or GPS, transceivers. The appliance independently and accurately maps the work area and proceeds to perform one or more tasks over that area, as directed by the user. These tasks include, but are ...


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Roger E J Gerard: Message signal scrambling apparatus. The Marconi Company, Diller Ramik & Wight, November 4, 1980: US04232193 (178 worldwide citation)

In a message signal scrambling apparatus, the signal is divided into elements, each of one time slot duration, and the elements are re-arranged in order so as to produce a signal scrambled in time. Each element is entered and stored in a charge coupled device, from which is extracted as required to ...


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Toshihiko Fukuhara: Apparatus mounted on vehicles for detecting road surface conditions. Kabushiki Kaisha Komatsu Seisakusho, Diller Ramik & Wight, March 31, 1987: US04653316 (140 worldwide citation)

A road surface is scanned with a laser beam in a direction transverse to the road surface to pick up the scanning locus of the laser beam on the road surface in a direction inclined to a beam scanning surface so as to obtain transverse profile data. The laser light reflected from the road surface is ...


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Peter Lawes, Stephen Taylor, Philip J Adcock: Intramedullary intertrochanteric fracture fixation appliance and fitting device. Howmedica International, Diller Ramik & Wight, January 5, 1993: US05176681 (135 worldwide citation)

An intramedullary intertrochanteric fracture fixation appliance comprising an intramedullary rod having an angulated opening to receive a femoral neck screw, said rod having a co-axial bore extending into said angulated opening, anti-rotation means located in said bore to selectively prevent rotatio ...



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