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C Lonnie Meurer: Sediment collecting device. Meurer, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, August 30, 1983: US04401576 (42 worldwide citation)

A sediment collecting device is provided which includes a collection body positioned adjacent the floor of a liquid-containing vessel. The collection body moves across the vessel floor along a fixed track in a stepping manner. A suction pipe or, alternatively, a scraping mechanism is integrally join ...


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Eugene B Ritchey: Identification tag for livestock. Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, November 16, 1982: US04359015 (41 worldwide citation)

An identification tag with an hourglass configuration for livestock or other animals having a pair of separable tapered, geometric solid portions in the preferred form of conical sections wherein each portion has a large end and a small end whose sides taper at an acute angle away from the plane of ...


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Philip W Wyers: Detachable article carrier assembly. Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, April 2, 1991: US05004133 (40 worldwide citation)

An article carrier assembly suitable for detachably mounting a variety of articles to a vehicle such as bicycles, skis, motorcycles and like articles. An upwardly projecting stub shaft is fastened to a horizontally extending mounting surface on the vehicle such as the trailer hitch tongue. The carri ...


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Gerald F McGowan, Gerald W Price, Carl E Polhemus, Ronald L Ketchum: Situ multi-channel combustion gas analyzer. Lear Siegler, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, December 24, 1985: US04560873 (40 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed to accurately measure and analyze multiple component interfering gases which coexist in the stack gas effluent generated from a combustion process which utilizes a non-dispersive, narrowband infrared absorption technique. The apparatus includes a probe in the stack with an opt ...


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Edwin L Adair: Trochar system for laparoscopy. Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, February 8, 1994: US05284474 (39 worldwide citation)

In accordance with this invention a disposable trochar for use as a gas insufflation needle is provided for insertion through the abdominal wall of a patient and into a body cavity. It has an outer sheath with a tubular body, a distal open end and a proximate open end. The distal end may have means ...


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Gary A Knudson: Two-part hold-down apparatus with slip joint for seamed panel assemblies. Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, February 18, 1986: US04570404 (38 worldwide citation)

A two-part hold-down apparatus for an assembly of seam-connected panels (11, 12) firmly secures the panels at the seam (13) to the supporting structure while at the same time allowing for thermal expansion and contraction movement thereof. An upper fastening member (31) has an upstanding web portion ...


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Douglas E DeGroat, Patricia M McKenna: Vehicle vibration simulator and method for programming and using same. Occusym Liability Company, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, January 11, 1994: US05277584 (37 worldwide citation)

A method of programming a vehicle simulator to provide an operator of the simulator with exertional and vibrational responses substantially the same as the driver of an actual vehicle would experience when driving the vehicle has been provided. The simulator comprises a frame supporting a vehicle se ...


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Matthew T Hinrichs: Disposable side shield for eyeglasses. Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, February 23, 1988: US04726075 (37 worldwide citation)

A disposable and readily removable universal side shield for a variety of styles of eyeglasses. Each side shield is specifically constructed to fit on either the left or right side of the eyeglasses. Each shield includes a flexible sheet including a base portion having an adhesive on an inner face f ...


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Irman D Bayne: Cervical cytology device. Medical Dynamics, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, July 5, 1988: US04754764 (37 worldwide citation)

A method and device for simultaneously collecting cytology cell samples from the endocervix and exocervix are disclosed. The device includes a handle for manipulating and rotating the device. Adjacent the handle is an intermediate cell collecting surface which is sized and configured to scrape cell ...


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James D Barath, Steven K Case: Laser endoscope. Medical Dynamics, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, June 28, 1988: US04754328 (35 worldwide citation)

A laser endoscope includes a micro-thin optic cable assembly which may be inserted into a body cavity by micro-surgical or non-surgical procedures. A coherent jacketed fiber optical bundle is provided in the center of the assembly having a diameter of no more than 3.5 mm. with an optical lens system ...