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Mamoru Fukuda: Skin closure stapling device for surgical procedures. Gunn Lee & Jackson, August 28, 1984: US04467805 (337 worldwide citation)

A skin opening and closure device for surgical procedures incorporates elongated flexible locking strips having elongated locking ridge means formed thereon which are adapted to be placed in interlocking assembly and capable of being separated and relocked, as desired. A plurality of half staples ar ...


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Mamoru Fukuda: Continuous suturing device. Gunn Lee & Jackson, August 24, 1982: US04345601 (316 worldwide citation)

An improved suturing apparatus for continuous suturing of incised or ruptured tissues is disclosed, the preferred form including a curved or arcuate suturing needle and an appendage at the nonpointed end protruding from the needle in a direction opposite the needle tip. A slotted, arcuate sleeve wit ...


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Alan E Thompson: Method and apparatus for replacing buried pipe. Expand A Line Incorporated, Gunn Lee & Jackson, March 26, 1985: US04507019 (180 worldwide citation)

A pipeline replacement system incorporating an expansion and line replacement mandrel and having a power system for imparting linear movement and rotation to the mandrel. Within the scope of the invention, the mandrel may be pushed or pulled or both pushed and pulled through an existing buried pipel ...


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Barry L Goode: Closed loop feedback air supply for air support beds. Air Plus, Gunn Lee & Jackson, January 17, 1989: US04797962 (123 worldwide citation)

A closed loop feedback-controlled air supply system for air support convalescent beds having groups of air sacs for supporting various body sections of a patient. The air supply system may be self-contained with its own air supply compressor or it may utilize any other source of compressed air. The ...


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Herbert D Freed, Dennis Leach: Flexible light rail. Gunn Lee & Jackson, October 17, 1989: US04874320 (121 worldwide citation)

A light rail system for supporting light fixtures which is flexible so as to conform to curved and irregular surfaces. The light rail has two strips, fabricated from a single piece of conductive material, surrounded by upper and lower tracks of thermoplastic material. Extensions from the strips form ...


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Richard D Relyea: Interactive exercise device. Aerobitronics, Gunn Lee & Jackson, October 11, 1983: US04408613 (119 worldwide citation)

In the preferred and illustrated embodiments, an interactive exercise device is disclosed. One embodiment utilizes an exercise bicycle wherein wheel speed and force are monitored. An electromagnetic brake is adjusted by a control apparatus to relate the measured force to the required force. The elec ...


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Joseph Overman, Dean Calton: Multiple compressor refrigeration system and controller thereof. Friedrich Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Co, Gunn Lee & Jackson, May 24, 1983: US04384462 (113 worldwide citation)

A multiple-compressor refrigeration system for use in commercial refrigeration applications includes a plurality of compressors of unequal refrigeration capacity connected in a refrigeration circuit that includes a condenser and a plurality of associated evaporators and expansion devices in remotely ...


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Robert E Rodgers: Universal exercise machine. Gunn Lee & Jackson, July 14, 1987: US04679786 (103 worldwide citation)

In an exercise device having an elongate frame, a user can exercise by engaging four slides, one for each limb. The slides travel along parallel paths, enabling reciprocating motion. Each slide connects to a chain or cable segment to enable reciprocating cable motion. The motion is coupled to elonga ...


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Gene Voss, Allen C Eichler: Impotence ointment. Gunn Lee & Jackson, January 31, 1989: US04801587 (102 worldwide citation)

An ointment for relieving impotence. The ointment generally consists of a primary agent, a carrier, and a base, and is applied directly to the penis. The primary agent is a vasodilator selected from the group consisting of papaverine, hydralazine, sodium nitroprusside, phenoxybenzamine and phentolam ...


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Jack R Claycomb: Choke for controlling the flow of drilling mud. Gunn Lee & Jackson, March 24, 1981: US04257442 (96 worldwide citation)

This apparatus disclosed in its preferred form is a choke for controlling the flow of drilling mud which is highly abrasive. The abrasive drilling mud is introduced through a lateral port and an elongate, tubular body. In the tubular body, a fluid actuated, double acting piston is forced to a choke ...