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Frederick W Rexroth, F Barry Bays: Electrolyte purging electrode tip. Concept, Frijouf Rust & Pyle, July 24, 1990: US04943290 (430 worldwide citation)

An electrolyte fluid purging electrosurgical device for use with an electrode holder connected to an electrical power source and to a source of a non-electrically conductive fluid and a method of use are disclosed. The fluid purging electrosurgical device enables electrosurgery at a surgical site wh ...


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W Blair Geho, John R Lau: Masking of liposomes from RES recognition. Technology Unlimited, Frijouf Rust & Pyle, February 26, 1985: US04501728 (353 worldwide citation)

A biochemical membrane covered with sialic residues thereby provides a coating that masks the surface membrane from recognition and removal by the scavenging RES cells of the body.


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Judy Lindstrom, W Lane Ector Jr, Arthur F Trott: Electrosurgery electrode. Concept, Frijouf Rust & Pyle, June 10, 1986: US04593691 (282 worldwide citation)

An improved electrosurgery electrode is disclosed for cooperation with an electrode holder connected to a source of electrical power. The improved electrode comprises a solid electrode shaft having a first and a second end with a shaft connector electrically connecting the first end of the electrode ...


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F Barry Bays: Vacuum sleeve for a surgical appliance. Concept, Frijouf Rust & Pyle, February 24, 1987: US04644951 (199 worldwide citation)

A vacuum sleeve is disclosed for removing severed tissue from a surgical site. The vacuum sleeve is used in conjunction with a surgical appliance having a cutting element and the vacuum sleeve is connected to a vacuum source. The vacuum sleeve includes an elongated body member having a distal and a ...


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Bruce A Ungerleider: Apparatus for reducing intraocular pressure. Frijouf Rust & Pyle, December 13, 1994: US05372577 (171 worldwide citation)

A method is described herein for implanting in the cornea and limbal area a device partially embedded and partially extending anteriorly, a preferred embodiment comprising one or more loops of small sized porous ropes, cords, bands or hollow tubes, which device has one end or section thereof extendi ...


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W Blair Geho, John R Lau: Hepatocyte Directed Vesicle delivery system. Technology Unlimited, Frijouf Rust & Pyle, July 29, 1986: US04603044 (148 worldwide citation)

A targeted drug delivery system which has specificity for hepatobiliary receptors, which are the specialized metabolic cells of the liver. Hereinafter, this will be referred to as a Hepatocyte Directed Vesicle, or abbreviated as HDV. This preferred directed delivery system utilizes a bipolar lipid f ...


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Robert C Hopely Jr, Anthony P DiGiovanni: Suspension for central drive vehicle. Electric Mobility Corporation, Frijouf Rust & Pyle P A, January 29, 2002: US06341657 (70 worldwide citation)

A central drive personal mobility vehicle is disclosed comprising a frame having a right and a left frame mounting located in a trailing frame portion of the frame with a seat being mounted to an intermediate portion of the frame. A right and a left leaf spring extend between a proximal end and a di ...


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John P Barrett, Daniel R Schulz, David E Kent, Robert J deFasselle, Henry E Zega: Dispensing system. John P Barrett, Frijouf Rust & Pyle, October 20, 1987: US04700884 (67 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for dispensing a liquid at a desired temperature from a hot liquid pressure line and a cold liquid pressure line to a plurality of liquid outlets such as a bathtub, a sink or the like. The system controls the temperature of the liquid flowing from the plurality of liquid output ...


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Leonides Y Teves: Flat-inclined tip needle. Frijouf Rust & Pyle, January 26, 1988: US04721506 (66 worldwide citation)

An epidural needle and method of use are disclosed involving a needle shaft having a first end and a second end with an axial channel extending therebetween. The first end of the needle shaft includes an inclined surface and a rounded and blunted point. The second end of the needle includes an attac ...


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O Hilt Tatum Jr: Dental implant. Frijouf Rust & Pyle, July 30, 1985: US04531915 (65 worldwide citation)

A dental implant is disclosed for rigidly anchoring a prosthesis to a jawbone implant site. The first embodiment of the dental implant comprises a center post having a boss connected to the proximal end thereof. A plurality of fins extend radially outward along the center post along the entire longi ...