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Yansong Shan: Pass-through duodenal enteroscopic device. James M Deimen, November 16, 1999: US05984860 (107 worldwide citation)

A pass-through duodenal enteroscopic device utilizes the natural contraction wave of the small intestine to propel the device through the small intestine at about the same speed as any other object therein. The exterior of the device is streamlined over the greater portion thereof with a video camer ...


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William Touzani: Collapsible hollow articles with improved latching and dispensing configurations. James M Deimen, September 27, 1988: US04773458 (100 worldwide citation)

Hollow articles such as plastic bottles and tubes having a portion of the sidewall including latching bellows, are formed with modified inner and outer fold rings to reduce the angular flexure between unfolded and folded (latched) bellow walls. The bellow walls are modified by reducing the slope of ...


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Frederick R White, Roy E Bolles: Power infuser. James M Deimen, October 17, 1989: US04874359 (95 worldwide citation)

A modular, power augmented medical infusion apparatus to provide rapid transfusion of relatively large quantities of blood, blood components, colloid, and fluids to patients. All components of the infuser that contact blood are sterlie, disposable, and easily assembled. Disassembled or partially ass ...


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William Touzani: Collapsible bottle. James M Deimen, January 8, 1985: US04492313 (86 worldwide citation)

A collapsible or foldable plastic bottle of circular bellows like configuration capable of manufacture on current plastic bottle manufacturing equipment with current plastic materials approved for contact with foods and beverages. The bellows over center and fold to retain the folded condition witho ...


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Yansong Shan: Sensor device for spacial imaging of endoscopes. James M Deimen, March 17, 1998: US05728044 (81 worldwide citation)

A sensor device and system projects a three-dimensional image of the position of the colonoscope within the gut onto a video screen next to the optical image from the end of the colonoscope. The sensor device comprises a plurality of strain gages mounted on a bendable rod at the head of the rod. As ...


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Jacqueline A Giles: Multi-purpose plug-in monitor for vehicles. James M Deimen, September 30, 2003: US06629029 (62 worldwide citation)

Modem passenger vehicles have many electronic control modules linked by a serial data bus. The control modules provide a large, continuous stream of driving and vehicle parameters which are available at a federally mandated data port located under the dashboard. With no other circuitry or sensors, t ...


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Robert D Davis Jr, James S Schucker: Self propelled lawn mower. James M Deimen, August 2, 1983: US04395865 (58 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises an improved lawn mowing machine for large expanses of grass around apartment complexes, commercial facilities and golf courses. The mower is self propelled with a forward mounted mower deck including a plurality of rotary cutters. The blades or cutters rotate in opposite dire ...


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Robert D Oliver: Universal coupler. James M Deimen, May 12, 1981: US04266813 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises a funnel shaped device adapted to selectably engage male or female standard garden hose fittings, antifreeze bottles and "Clorox" brand sodium hypochlorite bottles. The coupler enables the fresh water holding tanks of a recreational vehicle or yacht to be flushed conveniently ...


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William Touzani: Freshness and tamper monitoring closure. James M Deimen, December 19, 1989: US04887730 (47 worldwide citation)

A closure or cap for containers, bottles and jars having a circumferential groove formed by opposed conical surfaces of substantially equal size in the relaxed condition and upon compression of the closure forming a substantially toroidal circumferential groove. On a container sealed with the closur ...


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Marek T Wlodarczyk: Fiber optic diaphragm sensors for engine knock and misfire detection. James M Deimen, February 21, 1995: US05390546 (46 worldwide citation)

The modulation depth of a fiber optic diaphragm sensor is increased by tapering the tip end of the optical fiber or fiber bundle. In a second embodiment, the modulation depth is increased by mechanically leveraging the diaphragm movement relative to the tip end of the optical fiber or fiber bundle. ...



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