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Hoyt M Layson Jr: Portable tracking apparatus for continuous position determination of criminal offenders and victims. Pro Tech Monitoring, Herbert W Larson, Larson & Larson P A, March 24, 1998: US05731757 (378 worldwide citation)

A portable locator or tracking apparatus is provided for continuous location determination of subjects which communicates with a body-worn, non-removable, tamper resistant transceiver and a central data-base system. The portable tracking apparatus has a Global Position System (GPS) receiver and iner ...


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Alfredo Fernandez: Prosthetic mesh patch for hernia repair. Herbert W Larson, September 15, 1992: US05147374 (360 worldwide citation)

A patch is made from a rolled up first flat sheet of polypropylene or polytetrafluroethylene surgical mesh. One end of the rolled up mesh has multiple slits to provide multiple flared out flaps stitched to a second flat sheet of surgical mesh. The patch is compressed into a longitudinal cylindrical ...


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William D Stephens: Mold release composition with polybutadiene and method of coating a mold core. TSE, Herbert W Larson, Larson & Larson P A, February 11, 1997: US05601641 (266 worldwide citation)

An aqueous reaction mixture having a pH of 4.5 to 5.5 of a methyl terminated siloxane emulsified polymer, a methyl triethoxysilane, a mixture of nonyl and octyl phenol derivative surfactants, fluorinated alkyl ester surfactant and synthetic ethoxylated amine surfactants, a silanol terminated polydim ...


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Steven C Meyerson: Bonded panel interlock device. Structural Panels, Herbert W Larson, September 13, 1988: US04769963 (232 worldwide citation)

A building panel providing for structural and insulating integrity between adjacent modular construction panels is formed from two sheets of thin metal bonded to a styrofoam core. One longitudinal edge of the panel has a first pair of shaped ramp and groove interlock elements with a shaped wedge of ...


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Quinghua Qian: Method for inducing thrombosis in blood vessels. Herbert W Larson, September 10, 1991: US05047028 (169 worldwide citation)

Method of employing a balloon tube for creating a thrombosis of vessels located directly under the surface of a body cavity which is difficult to reach, through the initiation of an electric current between the balloon which is deflated as introduced into the body cavity and which is inflated by int ...


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Jeff B Ratner: Cardiac pulmonary resuscitator apparatus valve with integral air sampling port. Mercury Enterprises, James E Larson, Herbert W Larson, October 25, 1994: US05357951 (143 worldwide citation)

The cardiac pulmonary resuscitator improved patient valve has a top and bottom portion joined together forming a cylindrical housing. A diaphragm is mounted between the housing top and bottom portions through which air passes to and from the patient. A rigid tubular port integral with the top portio ...


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Vera Herrmann: Blood optode. Nirlus Engineering, Larson & Larson, Herbert W Larson, July 31, 2007: US07251518 (123 worldwide citation)

A method for measuring in non-invasive manner the concentration of blood constituents by which backscattered light is measured under the action of ultrasonic radiation focused towards the inside of a central blood vessel. A light source and detection unit are arranged to detect the backscattered lig ...


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Jurgen Hinrichs, Karl Heinz Otto: Apparatus for the reliable filling of the container of an infusion pump. Anschutz Co, Herbert W Larson, March 7, 1995: US05395324 (97 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for the reliable filling of at least two containers below the skin surface, particularly of an infusion pump, with two septa made from a soft material, so that easy perforation by needles is possible and further seals which are positioned after the septa, at least one space being in each c ...


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Donaerl B Mann: Elbow orthosis having an inflatable bladder support and method of use. D Mannco, Herbert W Larson, May 7, 1996: US05514081 (94 worldwide citation)

A cloth body having a central elbow portion wrapped around a patient's elbow to treat elbow flexion contractures. Hook and loop material secure the cloth body to the patient's elbow. A longitudinally extending pocket contains an air bladder. Inflation of the air bladder supports the patient's elbow ...


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Donaerl B Mann: Knee brace having an inflatable bladder support. D Mannco, James E Larson, Herbert W Larson, October 31, 1995: US05462517 (79 worldwide citation)

A cloth body having a central knee hole wrapped around a patient's knee to treat knee flexion contractures. Hook and loop straps secure the cloth body to the patient's knee. Longitudinally extending pockets on opposite sides of the knee hole contain a longitudinal support element and an air bladder. ...