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Douglas Sahm: Golf club. Players Golf, James C Wray, September 26, 1989: US04869507 (275 worldwide citation)

A weighting system for wood golf club heads comprising first, second and third weight receiving sockets and at least one set of removable and interchangeable weights receivable in the sockets. The first and third sockets are disposed in the heel and toe portions of the club head with axes substantia ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet: Retractable safety needle. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 30, 1987: US04676783 (149 worldwide citation)

An intravenous needle with a sharpened distal end has a proximal end fixed within a first enlarged end of an inner tube. The enlarged end of the inner tube is held tightly within a first end of an outer tube by friction. The needle passes through a constricted opening in the first end of the outer t ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet, Jessica J Brand: Self-resheathing needle assembly. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 3, 1986: US04592744 (144 worldwide citation)

A self-resheathing safety needle has a case with a small closed end and a large open end and a needle assembly within the case with the needle projecting through the small closed end. A hub is connected to the needle assembly inside the case and a connector on the hub cooperates with a receiver in t ...


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Lorin R Stieff, Charles B Stieff: Self-monitoring seal. James C Wray, April 14, 1981: US04262284 (142 worldwide citation)

Self-monitoring seals have ends of fiber optic bundle loops mounted in stressed tamper resistant containers. A battery operates microelectronics to change a display in predetermined sequence. Tampering with the container or interrupting or changing the light transmission through the fiber optic bund ...


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Matthew A Howard, Marc Mayberg, M Sean Grady, Rogers C Ritter, George T Gillies: Magnetic stereotactic system for treatment delivery. University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 30, 1992: US05125888 (138 worldwide citation)

A treatment delivery apparatus comprises a metallic object and a treatment carrier device which is connected by a heat-sensitive biodegradable connector link to the magnetic object. This carrier device contains the treatment, i.e. the drug, to be transported. An electromagnet is positioned outside o ...


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James A Morris, Terry F Morris, Frank O Birdsall: Personal security system. James C Wray, November 28, 1989: US04884132 (125 worldwide citation)

The personal security system transmits a picture of an object, such as a criminal suspect, and the identification of a portable transmitter, such as the social security number of the user, to a receiver at a remote location. Time of transmission is recorded. If a crime occurs, the time, picture of t ...


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Charles Petrosky: Air cushion shoe base. James C Wray, December 19, 1978: US04129951 (116 worldwide citation)

An air cushion shoe base has a thick sole and a thick vertical rim across which are formed air tight partitions and an insole. Each partition has a small valving orifice for flowing fluid between sections on opposite sides of a partition. A valve is provided within the rim, and the valve has a centr ...


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J McHenry Nielsen, Wayne G Miller: Bifocal intra-ocular lens. James C Wray, January 13, 1987: US04636211 (101 worldwide citation)

An intra-ocular lens consisting of a transparent body has concentrically oriented near vision and far vision, optically powered portions with the near vision portion being centrally positioned relative to the body and the far vision portion being coaxial with and surrounding the near vision portion, ...


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Victor Nicholson: Cable communications system with remote switching and processing converters. James C Wray, February 13, 1990: US04901367 (73 worldwide citation)

A two-way cable distribution system for offices and office/apartment complexes wherein a single cable is used to interconnect tenants or owners with video/audio, facsimile, security and data services; with each user being allocated dual TV channels for the simultaneous transmission and reception of ...


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Janine C Jagger, Richard D Pearson, Patrice G Guyenet: Intravenous port injection and connector system. The University of Virginia Alumni Patents Foundation, James C Wray, June 12, 1990: US04932944 (71 worldwide citation)

A connector has one end for receiving a standard auxiliary line adaptor hub and an opposite end receivable over an intravenous line port in a male-female interference fit. A needle is provided in the interior of the connector and punctures a sealing membrane provided over the line port. After the ne ...