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Jerry A Crabb: Duodenal insert and method of use. Hinkle & Associates P C, October 13, 1998: US05820584 (301 worldwide citation)

A duodenal insert (20) comprises an elongated open-ended tube (22) having a passageway that extends from a first end (24) to a second end (26) for transporting partially digested food materials from the stomach (6) for a predetermined distance below the stomach to interrupt or reduce the intermixing ...


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David Morrison: Safety hypodermic needle and shielding cap assembly. Hinkle & Associates P C, December 17, 1996: US05584818 (150 worldwide citation)

A safety hypodermic needle and shielding device has a spring-loaded safety shield (1) with a one-way locking device (18, 21) which prevents return travel of the safety shield in a direction towards a syringe (3). This prevents exposure of a needle point (15) that has been used. A preferred one-way l ...


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Chun Hsiung Lin: Computer hard drive heat sink assembly. Macase Industrial Group GA, Hinkle & Associates P C, July 27, 1999: US05927386 (103 worldwide citation)

A computer hard drive heat sink assembly 14 having an interior hard drive receiving channel 23 which fits closely adjacent heat transfer surfaces 24, 26 and 32. Connected to one end of the heat sink assembly is a fan enclosure and panel closure member 17. The fans 16 pull ambient air through the fro ...


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Steven E Marzec, Willy Marzec: Multiple stage supercharging system. Hinkle & Associates P C, December 24, 1996: US05586540 (81 worldwide citation)

A multiple stage supercharging system is disclosed suitable for both two-stroke cycle and four-stroke cycle internal combustion engines. Ambient air, which is propelled by the forward velocity of the engine, enters an air cleaner housing (11) through an air filter. The air cleaner housing (11) attac ...


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Joe E Brown, Matt D Pursley, D Joe Clark: Method of welding a tip to a catheter. American Interventional Technologies, Hinkle & Associates P C, September 24, 1996: US05558737 (80 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing, extruding, milling and welding a high torque, thin monolithic walled guiding catheter having resilient reinforcement material (8, 23, 29, 70, 73) integrally spiralled or braided into monolithic walls (21) of flexible material. A solid lubricant, also referred to as dry lub ...


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David J Story Jr: Collapsible container holder. Hinkle & Associates P C, April 22, 1997: US05622346 (53 worldwide citation)

A collapsible container holder that can be used to hold a variety of containers, and can be used during physical activities such as walking, jogging or hiking. The container holder includes a vertical member which is folded along its width to form two legs of a J-shape and has a plurality of loops a ...


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George T Gillespie: Rebound adjustable shock absorber. Pro Formance Shocks, Hinkle & Associates P C, November 10, 1998: US05833036 (38 worldwide citation)

An adjustable rebound damping shock absorber (10) has an inner cylinder (14) disposed within and spaced radially from an outer cylinder (13) to form a reservoir (20) therebetween, a piston assembly (15) slidably disposed within the inner cylinder, a piston rod (16) extending from the piston assembly ...


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Thomas F Lampe: Non-sliding pet food dish with insert dish. Hinkle & Associates P C, April 28, 1998: US05743210 (36 worldwide citation)

A dish 2 for containing food and water for consumption by an animal includes an outer container 4, a holder 10 sectored to and positioned within the outer container so that water placed in the outer container completely surrounds the holder, and an insert dish 17 removably disposed within the holder ...


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Michael Banyas, Paul L Artigues: Rodent repelling bird feeder. Hinkle & Associates P C, September 19, 2000: US06119627 (35 worldwide citation)

A cylindrical rodent repelling bird feeder 11 having an annular perch 13 around the feeder and an electric motor 33 geared to the perch. The perch is coupled to the electric motor and the electric motor is reciprocatively mounted in the bird feeder so that when a rodent 47 of excessive weight alight ...


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David M Thrift: Wearing apparel with transformational abilities. Hinkle & Associates P C, December 17, 1996: US05584077 (28 worldwide citation)

A method for transforming a pair of socks (11, 12) into a three dimensional recognizable object, and a pair of socks capable of transforming into a three dimensional recognizable object. The pair of socks having a design (13) made on an inside surface (14) of one of the socks (12) whereby the pair o ...