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James W Heller, David Lipson, Kirk W Johnson: Thin film electrical component. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, April 28, 1992: US05108819 (432 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible thin film electrical component is configured for use in a human body or other ionic liquid environment. A polyimide substrate is bonded to a glass carrier plate sized for handling by automatic equipment and a multiple-layer metal conductor is deposited on the substrate and patterned ...


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Dale C Harris: Multiple dose injection pen. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, July 13, 1993: US05226895 (325 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a hypodermic syringe having the same general appearance as a pen which is specifically adapted to provide for multiple measured injections of materials such as insulin or human growth hormone.


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Bernhard H van Lengerich: Embedding and encapsulation of controlled release particles. General Mills, Barry I Hollander, John A O&apos Toole, Douglas J Taylor, February 20, 2001: US06190591 (116 worldwide citation)

Controlled release, discrete, solid particles which contain an encapsulated and/or embedded component such as a heat sensitive destruction or readily oxidizable pharnaceutically, biologically, or nutritionally active component are continuously produced without substantial destruction of the matrix o ...


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Dale C Harris: Multiple dose injection pen. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, May 3, 1994: US05308340 (93 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a hypodermic syringe having the same general appearance as a pen which is specifically adapted to provide for multiple measure injections of materials such as insulin or human growth hormone.


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Dale C Harris: Dose indicating injection pen. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, March 22, 1994: US05295976 (89 worldwide citation)

Two embodiments of a multi-dose syringe both include structure for indicating the selected amount of liquid to be injected. A first element and a second element coupled respectively to the syringe housing and the plunger rod are adapted for calibrated movement with respect to each other, one of the ...


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Dale C Harris: Anti-backup improvement for hypodermic syringes. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, August 13, 1996: US05545147 (86 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an improved device for preventing the backing up of a nut on a threaded piston rod in the barrel of a hypodermic syringe at the end of dose administration from such syringe. The preferred device is a pawl mounted on the end of a flexible arm of a nut which cooperates w ...


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Robert J Sweeney: Defibrillation method. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, March 5, 1991: US04996984 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for defibrillating a mammal in need of defibrillation employing multiple bursts of electrical current delivered to the mammal, the timing between said bursts being based upon the mammal's fibrillation cycle length.


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Hideto Yamagata: Injection apparatus. Eli Lilly Japan Kabushiki Kaisha, Douglas J Taylor, David E Boone, October 20, 1998: US05823998 (79 worldwide citation)

In an injection apparatus, a guide screw shaft of a body section (20) and a screw of an operation knob (34) of a movable section (30) allow the movable section (30) to move relative to the body section (20). An ampule (7) is radially inserted into a ampule holding portion (36) of the movable section ...


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Dale C Harris: Dose indicating injection pen. Eli Lilly and Company, Douglas J Taylor, Leroy Whitaker, July 13, 1993: US05226896 (74 worldwide citation)

Two embodiments of a multi-dose syringe both include structure for indicating the selected amount of liquid to be injected. A first element and a second element coupled respectively to the syringe housing and the plunger rod are adapted for calibrated movement with respect to each other, one of the ...


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Venkatachalam Narayanaswamy, George V Daravingas: Refrigerated and shelf-stable bakery dough products. General Mills, John A O&apos Toole, Douglas J Taylor, Janal Kalis, July 17, 2001: US06261613 (67 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a batter or dough that comprises a plurality of capsules and a cookable fluid in which the capsules are dispersed. Each of the capsules is comprised of a shell made of a lipid that melts at a predictable, narrow temperature range and a core comprised of a leavening age ...