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N Bert Loosmore, Kenneth Ehrman, Bruce Jagid: Electronic control system/network. ID Systems, Israel Nissenbaum, October 28, 1997: US05682142 (239 worldwide citation)

A network system of programmable, identification, locating, monitoring and processing fixed position (FPN) and movable tag nodes, which provides direct inter-node communication capability without a central processor. The individual nodes include microprocessor elements, pre-programmed to recognize e ...


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Steven Farago: Programmable connector. Israel Nissenbaum, November 20, 1990: US04972470 (194 worldwide citation)

A configurable connector between two or more devices with at least one of the devices being capable of programming the connector through an interface therewith. The connector contains programmable electronic circuitry capable of being instructed by the device whereby the connector assumes a desired ...


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David Schick, Mark Bane: Self verifying transaction card with disabling capability. Israel Nissenbaum, January 19, 1993: US05180902 (142 worldwide citation)

A self verifying transaction card having a self contained keyboard or keypad for entering a personal identification code, a simplified verification display comprised of light emitting diodes (LED's) which light up in a pre-determined configuration for validation of a verification check, a non-volati ...


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David Schick: Intra-oral sensor for computer aided radiography. Israel Nissenbaum, July 18, 1995: US05434418 (100 worldwide citation)

An intra-oral sensor for computer aided oral examination by means of low dosage x-rays in place of film and developer. The intra-oral sensor is exceedingly thin for proper mouth placement and in situ maneuvering, with an active area substantially equivalent to corresponding dental film sizes and a t ...


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George H Sands: 5HT 1 receptor agonists and metoclopramide for the treatment of migraine. Pfizer, Peter C Richardson, Paul H Ginsburg, Israel Nissenbaum, July 3, 2001: US06255334 (98 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of treating migraine in a mammal, including a human, by administering to the mammal a 5HT


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Thomas W McSherry: Fastening element. Mechanical Plastics, Israel Nissenbaum, November 3, 1987: US04704057 (85 worldwide citation)

An improved fastening element for securement within an opening and of the type comprising (a) a head portion; (b) a connecting portion comprising a longitudinally extending body portion including a pair of opposed pillar-like parts, for insertion into such opening; and (c) at the end of said connect ...


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Gabor Lederer, Cal Rifkin: Portable surgical early warning device. Israel Nissenbaum, July 4, 1995: US05430434 (84 worldwide citation)

A portable early warning device for use in detection of breaches in protective garments such as gloves, during surgical procedures and the like. The device embodies a central process and source unit containing sensing wave generator, indicators, driving circuitry, digital analyzing and monitoring ci ...


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Harvey A Klein: Surgical needle holder. Israel Nissenbaum, January 1, 1985: US04491135 (82 worldwide citation)

A surgical needle holder for curved needles, comprised of movable gripping jaws offset from a manipulating handle thereof by a distance substantially equal to the radius of curvature of the specific needle to be held thereby. The gripping jaws are positioned relative to said handle such that the cur ...


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Harvey A Klein: Suturing with corrosion and breakage resistant flexible wire. Rikki Brezak, Israel Nissenbaum, August 2, 1994: US05333625 (82 worldwide citation)

A suture or fixation wire having a relatively high degree of elasticity is utilized in suturing or fixation procedures in soft tissue or bone, with improvements in corrosion and breakage resistance and with reduction of tissue trauma. The wire is comprised of a medical grade low carbon content stain ...


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William Bartunek, Henry R Mallory: Portable waterproof fluorescent lantern. Duracell International, Ronald S Cornell, Israel Nissenbaum, Martin M Glazer, May 19, 1981: US04268894 (73 worldwide citation)

A portable waterproof fluorescent lantern having a case impervious to the entry of water, a fluorescent lamp within the case, a self-contained power source within the case for powering the lamp and means for activating the power source which is waterproof and operatively associated with the case.