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Jorge Schultze: Expandable endotracheal or urethral tube. G Turner Moller, February 27, 1979: US04141364 (235 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an endotracheal tube which is collapsed transverse to the longitudinal dimension of the tube for insertion into the trachea of a patient. After the tube is in place, it is expanded to open an unobstructed passageway therethrough. An expandable cuff is provided on the exterior of t ...


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Stephen A Graham: Technique and apparatus for selective multi-zone vertical and/or horizontal completions. Natural Reserves Group, G Turner Moller, August 16, 1994: US05337808 (199 worldwide citation)

A vertical cased well penetrates two or more hydrocarbon bearing formations. A deviated well includes a horizontal drain hole extending a substantial distance into at least one of the formations. A production string is cemented in the horizontal drain hole and is cut off inside the vertical cased we ...


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Stephen A Graham: Completing horizontal drain holes from a vertical well. Natural Reserves Group, G Turner Moller, April 12, 1994: US05301760 (132 worldwide citation)

A horizontal bore hole is sidetracked through a window cut in a cased vertical well or from a vertical open hole shaft extending below the kickoff point. In one embodiment, a whipstock is used. In another embodiment, the cased vertical well provides a drillable joint so the window can be cut with a ...


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Charles George Delano: Technique for running casing. G Turner Moller, July 18, 1978: US04100968 (103 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a technique for running casing in a well in which the casing joint about to be connected to similar joints suspended in the hole is releasably grasped on the inside of the joint. The casing joint is elevated through the releasable connection made inside the casing joint and is pos ...


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Paul H Zanetti: Technique for removing deposits from body vessels. G Turner Moller, November 28, 1989: US04883460 (102 worldwide citation)

A technique for removing plaque from blood vessel includes passing a wire saw-catheter assembly through an artery to a location adjacent an area of plaque buildup. The wire saw is then moved out of the end of the catheter into engagement with the plaque buildup. The wire saw is reciprocated through ...


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Richard B A Morrow: Body parameter display incorporating a battery charger. Triad, G Turner Moller, January 29, 1980: US04185621 (81 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a body parameter display device incorporated in a digital wrist watch for alternatively displaying time and a value representative of the body parameter. A pressure sensor incorporated in the device delivers an electrical output which is manipulated to deliver a signal proportiona ...


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Charley H Clayton: Whipstock. G Turner Moller, May 19, 1992: US05113938 (76 worldwide citation)

A well tool includes a whipstock in conjunction with an inflatable packer for use in the open hole. A pivotal joint between the whipstock and packer allows the whipstock to pivot relative to the packer and springs bias the whipstock into an angled relation relative to the packer. A setting tool conn ...


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Joe M Canales: Technique for making up threaded pipe joints into a pipeline. G Turner Moller, October 11, 1994: US05354150 (74 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for making up threaded pipeline joints includes conventional casing tongs supported on a truck for movement between a stowed position and an operative position over the side of the truck with the axis of rotation of the casing tongs being generally horizontal. An operator manipulates th ...


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Bynum W Moller: Treadmill exercising device. G Turner Moller, January 3, 1978: US04066257 (63 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a treadmill exercising device mounted for movement between a horizontal operative position and an upright storage position. A cabinet is mounted with the treadmill so that movement of the cabinet to an upright storage position causes the treadmill to move to the upright position c ...


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William C Triplett, Richard B A Morrow: Technique for monitoring whether an individual is moving from a particular area. Triad & Associates, G Turner Moller, November 20, 1979: US04175263 (59 worldwide citation)

A first pressure sensor is positioned to sense the weight of part of the patient's body in the normal position and a second pressure sensor is positioned for sensing the weight of part of a patient's body when a patient begins to leave the bed. The device also includes an alarm and a pressure respon ...



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