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Gordon T Graves, Gary W Watkins: Proxy player machine. Multimedia Games, Head Johnson & Kachigian, November 3, 1998: US05830067 (370 worldwide citation)

An electronic or mechanical device that acts as an automated agent enabling clients to participate in a game of chance even though a client is not present at the site of the game. The device is located at a site where a game of chance takes place. The device acts as a proxy player by purchasing wage ...


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William I Cooper: Suture and method for endoscopic surgery. Head Johnson & Kachigian, November 4, 1997: US05683417 (250 worldwide citation)

A suture for particular use in endoscopic surgery includes a distal end needle, a preferably braided suture body, and a bulbous proximal end. The method includes stitching the tissue, then passing the needle/distal end through the bulbous proximal end, where the body of the suture is held frictional ...


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James D Cunningham, Chris L Schuermann, Gregg G Wonderly, Keith D Hollcroft, Donald I Wallace, John K Holmes: Wide area remote telemetry. Williams Wireless, Head Johnson & Kachigian, September 26, 2000: US06124806 (207 worldwide citation)

A wide-area remote telemetry system which monitors and controls remote devices by means of a information control system. The system uses a plurality of sensor interface modules which constantly monitor devices for triggering events. The sensor interface modules transmit information to at least one d ...


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James D Cunningham, Chris L Schuermann, Gregg G Wonderly, Donald I Wallace, John K Holmes, Keith D Hollcroft: Wide area remote telemetry. Internet Telemetry, Head Johnson & Kachigian, April 2, 2002: US06366217 (177 worldwide citation)

A wide-area remote telemetry system which monitors and controls remote devices by means of a information control system. The system uses a plurality of sensor interface modules which constantly monitor devices for triggering events. The sensor interface modules transmit information to at least one d ...


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John H Stephenson: Method for a game of skill tournament. Head Johnson & Kachigian, January 16, 2001: US06174237 (169 worldwide citation)

A method for a game of skill tournament that is challenging and provides the player a reliable gauge of his skill level as compared to other players. The tournament has a qualifying round and a playoff round, and is played over an interactive computer system. In the qualifying round, a player compet ...


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Lauren G Kilmer, Robert E Nordquist, Michael Nadalsky, David R Gibson: Method and apparatus for reprofiling or smoothing the anterior or stromal cornea by scraping. Corneal Contouring Development L L C, Head Johnson & Kachigian, January 7, 1997: US05591185 (162 worldwide citation)

A method for reprofiling or otherwise smoothing and enhancing the anterior or stromal cornea by scraping. The method is useful as a primary technique for reprofiling the stromal portion of the cornea following a lamellar keratectomy or as a secondary technique for use in combination with other corne ...


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Coy L Hays, Thomas A Brunson, Gary A Lenz: Method and apparatus for diagnosing a pump system. Innovation Management Group, Head Johnson & Kachigian, July 10, 2001: US06260004 (152 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for diagnosing rotating equipment commonly used in the factory and process control industry are provided. The apparatus and method are intended for use in assisting a maintenance engineer in the diagnosis of turbines, compressors, fans, blowers and pumps. The preferred embodi ...


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Gordon T Graves, Gary W Watkins: Gaming system for remote players. Multimedia Games, Head Johnson & Kachigian, October 23, 2001: US06306038 (151 worldwide citation)

An electronic or mechanical device that acts as an automated agent enabling clients, to participate in a game of chance even though a client is not present at the site of the game. The device is located at a site where a game of chance takes place. The device acts, as a proxy player by purchasing wa ...


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Robert E Nordquist, Bing Li: Method and apparatus for lowering the intraocular pressure of an eye. Wound Healing of Oklahoma, Head Johnson & Kachigian, January 6, 1998: US05704907 (138 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for lowering the intraocular pressure of an eye are provided. The apparatus of the invention is a filtering implant comprising a cellulosic membrane adapted to extend from the anterior chamber of the eye through an opening in the limbus corneae to a drainage area beneath a scl ...


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Robert E Nordquist, Bing Li: Method and apparatus for lowering the intraocular pressure of an eye. Wound Healing of Oklahoma, Head Johnson & Kachigian, May 28, 1996: US05520631 (133 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for lowering the intraocular pressure of an eye is disclosed and claimed. In the method of the invention, an opening is created in the limbus corneae region of the eye. A filtering implant having a foot portion and a body portion is provided for implantation. The foot portion ...



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