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Nicolaas Bom: Apparatus with a catheter for examining hollow organs or bodies with the ultrasonic waves. Haseltine Lake & Waters, February 17, 1976: US03938502 (187 worldwide citation)

A device for examining the heart is provided with a catheter adapted to be placed within the heart and including at one end thereof, circumferentially arranged, equidistantly distributed elements, serving for the transmission and reception of ultrasonic waves. The catheter has an axis and the elemen ...


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Masanori Ohama, Yutaka Nakada: Apparatus for photographing road ruts. Pacific Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Haseltine Lake & Waters, October 4, 1977: US04052712 (174 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for photo-recording road ruts comprising projecting a beam of light having a linear boundary between bright and dark portions from a light projector onto a road surface in the transverse direction of the road, and photographing the boundary portion in a camera from a position having a pred ...


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Georges Chacornac: Multi-penetration vaccination apparatus. Manufacture Francaise d Armes et Cycles de Saint Etienne Manufrance, Institut Pasteur, Haseltine Lake & Waters, August 29, 1978: US04109655 (156 worldwide citation)

A multi-penetration vaccination apparatus comprising a mounting having on e side a manually engageable portion for the handling of the apparatus and on the other side one or more levels of supports adapted for removable press-fit of one extremity of concentric sleeves, the free extremity of the slee ...


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Andrei D Anichkov, Jury Z Polonsky, Vladimir V Usov: Method of guiding a stereotaxic instrument at an intracerebral space target point. Haseltine Lake & Waters, October 21, 1980: US04228799 (121 worldwide citation)

A method for guiding a stereotaxic instrument at a target point in an intracerebral cavity comprising fixing detachable roentgenocontrast markers with respect to the patient's cranium, then effecting contrast roentgenography and determining the relative position of the markers and intracerebral refe ...


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Guichard Paul: Portable respiratory apparatus. Jacquet Felicien, Haseltine Lake & Waters, September 2, 1975: US3902486 (115 worldwide citation)

A portable nasal diffuser comprising a respiratory assembly having a nasal mask to be worn over the nose, or two sleeves to be inserted into the nostrils of a user, the assembly being provided with two apertures constituting air inlet and outlet apertures respectively. First and second respective va ...


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Martin Kludas, Gunter Borchert: Agent for the care of skin. Haseltine Lake & Waters, November 9, 1976: US03991184 (93 worldwide citation)

For the care of skin there is contemplated the use of untreated, soluble collagen having an unchanged substantially non-crosslinked collagen structure and obtained by the direct extraction from the connective tissue of skin.


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Yrjo Malkki, Olavi Elis Nikkila: Method for preventing microbial surface deterioration of foods and feeds. Haseltine Lake & Waters, December 7, 1976: US03996386 (89 worldwide citation)

Method for preventing moulding or other microbial surface deterioration of foods and feeds due to micro-organisms by using a preservative substance, either a chemically defined food additive or a vegetable extract having microbicidal or microbe-inhibiting effect. The preservative is applied in the f ...


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Philippe M Jeghers: Set of golf clubs. Fabrique Nationale Herstal, Haseltine Lake & Waters, April 3, 1979: US04147349 (86 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to a set of golf clubs of the type known as irons, wherein the center of gravity of each head is placed very low while the height of the frontal area of the heads is a constant throughout the set.


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Hiroji Ohigashi, Reiko Shigenari, Syozo Ogawa, Nobuo Sekine: Polymeric piezoelectric key actuated device. Toray, Haseltine Lake & Waters, February 24, 1976: US03940637 (84 worldwide citation)

A key input device which forms a key switch with high reliability or an integrated keyboard with small dimensions which can produce coded signals with high reliability and a S/N ratio of high value without any encoder circuits, comprising a piezoelectric polymer film, applied as a pressure sensor, h ...


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Yoshikazu Kakinuma, Tadashi Morokuma: Endoscope utilizing color television and fiber optics techniques. Olympus Optical, Haseltine Lake & Waters, February 14, 1978: US04074306 (67 worldwide citation)

An endoscope for displaying a color picture image of an object to be visualized in a hollow cavity is disclosed. The endoscope comprises a sheath to be inserted into said hollow cavity and an exterior circuit. The sheath includes a self-scanning type solid state image pick-up device, a bundle of lea ...