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W H Wall: Prosthetic meniscus for the repair of joints. Eric P Schellin, March 5, 1985: US04502161 (532 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic meniscus replaces the natural meniscus and is located between the natural articular surfaces of the bones of a joint. The prosthetic meniscus includes a body portion formed of a resilient material and further defines an extra-articular extension which is attached to the surface of the b ...


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Kouichi Wakatake, Takejirou Yokosuka, Hidehiko Fujioka, Teruo Mochida, Kazutomi Yokota: Automatic analysis apparatus. Japan Tectron Instruments Corporation, Eric P Schellin, September 27, 1988: US04774055 (194 worldwide citation)

An automatic analysis apparatus is disclosed which provides for various analytical operations in clinical diagnosis and experiments including measuring the changes in light absorbance of a large number of samples mixed with different reagents in a progressive manner, biochemical, electrolytical, flu ...


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John G Durden III: Disposable electrosurgical cautery having optional suction control feature. Eric P Schellin, John E Becker, August 17, 1976: US03974833 (129 worldwide citation)

A disposable electrosurgical cautery which functions in a dual capacity as a hollow sucker tube as well as a cauterizer, and is intended to be prepackaged in sterilized preferably envelope-type containers, to be used once and disposed of. The cautery consists of an elongated hollow metal electrode a ...


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Yoshizo Okuda: Diaper. Eric P Schellin, John E Becker, May 11, 1976: US03955575 (114 worldwide citation)

A diaper of tubular knitted form having a pile surface on the outside of the tubular body and a smooth surface on its inside. The upper half portion of the tubular diaper has a larger width than its lower half portion. The diaper is less bulky, has higher water-absorbing properties and feels softer ...


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George J Fleury Jr: Surgical snare. Eric P Schellin, April 27, 1982: US04326530 (114 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for removing cellular tissue from the body cavities arranged to shape a loop easily by using an elongated cable. The cable is folded essentially in the middle intermediate the ends thereof. The thusly folded cable is positioned internally of an elongated open ended sheath. Mani ...


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James D Scudder: Bionic apparatus for controlling television games. Eric P Schellin, April 17, 1979: US04149716 (100 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling electrically operated television games utilizing minute electric signals generated by the firing of neuron impulses in a selected portion of the human body. The minute electric impulses generated by the firing of neurons in the nerve tissue of the human body when a delib ...


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Herman Granek, Murry Granek, John Church: Garment apparatus for delivering or receiving electric impulses. Bio Stimu Trend Corporation, Eric P Schellin, March 8, 1988: US04729377 (96 worldwide citation)

A garment containing multiple conductive paths made of conductive cloth is used to connect an internal or external electrical apparatus to various points on the skin of the wearer. The garment can be designed for electrical monitoring of sites or electrical stimulation. Designated sites on the garme ...


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Kenneth G Miller: High-volume disposable and semi-disposable cartridge humidifier with self-contained cartridge sterilizing means, and related method. Respiratory Care, Eric P Schellin, August 29, 1978: US04110419 (95 worldwide citation)

A cartridge-type humidifier apparatus embodying a separate heater module with a cylindrical opening for replaceably receiving therein disposable cylindrical humidifier cartridge modules. Certain upgraded embodiments of the cartridge modules are sterilizable and reusable several times before being di ...


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Herman Granek, Murry Granek, John Y Church: Garment apparatus for delivering or receiving electric impulses. Bio Stimu Trend, Eric P Schellin, April 8, 1986: US04580572 (83 worldwide citation)

A garment containing multiple conductive paths made of conductive cloth is used to connect an external electrical apparatus to various points on the skin of the wearer. The garment can be designed for electrical monitoring of sites or electrical stimulation. Designated sites on the garment can be ac ...