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Everett W Wolfe: Method of controlling the copying of software. Pride Software Development, Harry W Barron, January 3, 1989: US04796220 (405 worldwide citation)

An authorized user of the program is allowed to make any number of backup copies of a computer program and to execute each such backup copy on the same authorized machine, but is inhibited from executing either the original or any copy thereof on any other machine. The method is implemented by inclu ...


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Luis A Querals, Michael J Fine: Insertion tool for an intraluminal graft procedure. Querals & Fine, Harry W Barron, March 1, 1994: US05290295 (314 worldwide citation)

A tool for the intraluminal insertion and deployment of a tubular graft within a blood vessel includes a flexible insertion shaft with a tapered distal end, a tubular sheath, a deployment slider and a safety locking tube. The deployment slider and the graft are slideably mounted, end to end, on a cy ...


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Angela M Garcia: System and method for scheduling and reporting patient related services including prioritizing services. Harry W Barron, November 12, 1991: US05065315 (300 worldwide citation)

A hospital computerized system includes a terminal in all departments of the hospital for entering information pertinent to a patient's stay in the hospital. The initial information entered, as a part of the admitting procedure, includes the patient's history and admitting physician's physical exami ...


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Luis T Wigoda: Pill dispensing machine. Harry W Barron, April 7, 1987: US04655026 (164 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a pill dispensing machine which can selectively dispense a plurality of different medications into preformed recesses in a plastic strip. The machine includes data entry means for entering the various types of medications to be dispensed and the time and date at which such medica ...


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Hans Jurgen Bisping: Transvenously implantable lead. Medtronic, Lew Schwartz, Joseph F Breimayer, Harry W Barron, August 15, 1978: US04106512 (163 worldwide citation)

A body-implantable, intravascular lead affixed with a pin or pins at its proximal end adapted to be connected to a cardiac pacemaker pulse generator and with an electrode or electrodes at its distal end adapted to be securely and permanently attached to a body organ through endothelial tissue. An el ...


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Robert J Brown III, Kenneth E Brown: Energy management system. Associated Data Consoltants, Harry W Barron, July 11, 1989: US04847781 (123 worldwide citation)

Described herein is an energy management system in which a central unit provides a series of energy managing signals over a medium, such as TV cables, power lines, telephone lines or free space radio frequency transmissions, to a plurality of subscriber units. Within each unit is a transponder which ...


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Jack T Krauser: Dental implant with a longitudinally grooved cylindrical surface. Harry W Barron, May 31, 1994: US05316476 (109 worldwide citation)

A dental implant for holding a dental prosthesis in place, after implantation within a hole drilled in bone, includes an upper surface, a generally cylindrical portion with a plurality of longitudinal shallow grooves, and an apical portion. The shallow circumferential grooves permit bone to grow ent ...


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Robert E Auer: Coincidence arbitration in a flow cytomery sorting system. Coulter Corporation, Harry W Barron, January 1, 1991: US04981580 (99 worldwide citation)

A coincidence arbitration system for a sorting cytomteter which detects and sorts particles using a flow chamber and a stream of droplets. Those droplets containing selected particles are sorted by selectively applying a charge thereto and passing the droplets through deflection plates. After detect ...


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John M Adams: Synchronous pacemaker with upper rate stabilization and method of use. Medtronic, Harry W Barron, Joseph F Breimayer, November 22, 1977: US04059116 (80 worldwide citation)

A synchronous artificial cardiac pacemaker having a first electrode adapted to be coupled to the ventricle of a patient's heart to pick up ventricular heart activity and to conduct stimulating pulses to the ventricle, a second electrode adapted to be coupled to the atrium of a patient's heart to pic ...


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Robert G Dutcher: Body implantable lead and electrode. Medtronic, Lew Schwartz, Joseph F Breimayer, Harry W Barron, January 23, 1979: US04135518 (72 worldwide citation)

A body implantable, intravascular lead affixed with a pin or pins at its proximal end adapted to be connected to a pulse generator and with an electrode or electrodes at its distal end adapted to be placed in contact with the endocardium. An electrical conductor(s) encased within a nonconductive mat ...