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Floyd C Rowland: Attachment for catheter tube. Rexar, Head Johnson & Stevenson, December 6, 1983: US04419097 (551 worldwide citation)

An attachment for catheter device for reducing discomfort for a male patient and comprising an open ended substantially cylindrical housing for receiving a male member therein, and having a closed end apertured for receiving a catheter tube therethrough, the open end of the housing being provided wi ...


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Paul H Johnson, Robert B Stevenson: Footwear having improved shock absorption. Head Johnson & Stevenson, May 8, 1984: US04446634 (201 worldwide citation)

Footwear having improved shock absorption in a shoe having a heel and box portion, a first flat elastomeric bladder supported by the shoe heel portion to bear the weight of the heel of the foot of a user, an elastomeric bladder portion supported by the shoe box portion to bear the weight of the ball ...


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Alvin E Reynolds: Method for corneal curvature adjustment. Head Johnson & Stevenson, June 5, 1984: US04452235 (115 worldwide citation)

A system for adjusting the curvature of the cornea of the eye involves inserting a plastic split end adjusting ring into the stroma of the cornea by first making a first incision in the cornea above the corneal ring at about the eight millimeter chord, then inserting one end of a metal split end dis ...


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Michael B Burton: Method and apparatus for lateral drilling in oil and gas wells. Sidewinder Joint Venture, Head Johnson Stevenson, October 13, 1987: US04699224 (111 worldwide citation)

A method and associated apparatus for lateral drilling in an oil and/or gas well involving either stopping the drilling or temporarily cementing in a plug in the existing well bore at the desired location for deviation. A tight radius of curvature is then rotary drilled by use of a flexible drilling ...


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Serge A Scherbatskoy, Jacob Neufeld: Apparatus for transporting measuring and/or logging equipment in a borehole. Head Johnson Stevenson, June 30, 1987: US04676310 (107 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for transporting measuring and/or logging equipment in a borehole filled with drilling fluid, the apparatus being in the form of a transporter body of normal diameter less than that of the borehole characterized by apparatus for effectively advancing the transporter in a borehole and for r ...


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Hubert L McClure: Bifocal intraocular lens. Head Johnson & Stevenson, April 23, 1985: US04512040 (102 worldwide citation)

A bifocal intraocular lens consisting of an inner and outer transparent wall defining a centrally located refractive chamber, in the line of sight, and in fluid communication with a vertically positioned reservoir chamber, out of the line of sight, wherein vent tubes connect the remote edge of the r ...


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Cecil Boyd: Bio-medical injector apparatus. Head Johnson & Stevenson, September 23, 1986: US04613328 (100 worldwide citation)

A bio-medical injector apparatus comprising a base unit having a skin engaging portion disposed at an angular orientation with respect to the longitudinal axis of the base unit for supporting and maintaining a hypodermic needle at an optimum angular orientation for effecting an injection procedure, ...


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Roger E Rinaldi: Well casing inserting and well bore drilling method and means. Head Johnson & Stevenson, October 1, 1985: US04544041 (86 worldwide citation)

A well bore casing inserting and drilling method and apparatus comprising the simultaneous drilling and casing setting of an oil and/or gas well bore by supporting a drill bit and actuating motor therefor from the lower end of the well casing whereby the well casing is lowered into the well bore sim ...


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Roger E Rinaldi: Controlled reservoir production. Head Johnson Stevenson, June 30, 1987: US04676313 (76 worldwide citation)

This invention contemplates a method of enhancing oil and/or gas recovery by properly drilling injection and production wells into a reservoir, incorporating flow control valves and sensors in both sets of wells, and connecting these valves and sensors to a surface computer. The computer compares th ...


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Ottis W King: Valve actuator. Head Johnson & Stevenson, March 12, 1985: US04504038 (63 worldwide citation)

A valve operator having a piston or diaphragm and connected polygonal piston rod which supplies reciprocable motion to a key or follower which acts within a spiraled slot formed in a coupling member attached to a valve gate to rotate the valve gate to a desired angular position. One embodiment inclu ...