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Tibor Koros, Gabriel Koros: Heart valve retractor and sternum spreader surgical instrument. Jessup Beecher & Slehofer, December 1, 1992: US05167223 (218 worldwide citation)

A generally U-shaped surgical instrument for prying apart and keeping open the rib cage in open heart surgery. There is a stationary arm with a toothed cross bar attached to it. A movable arm similar in configuration to the stationary arm has a housing at one end which slides on the bar and can be c ...


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J C Pemberton: Magnetic necklace clasp. Jessup Beecher & Slehofer, September 24, 1991: US05050276 (168 worldwide citation)

A magnetic clasp has two mirror image halves each of which is attached to the ends of a necklace. Each half has a magnetic shell and an inserted magnetic core. The shell has a cylindrical body with a cone-shaped end. The front of the shell has an open cavity for inserting the magnetic core. The fron ...


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Davis Bernard E: Side view mirror attachment for motor vehicle. Jessup & Beecher, July 30, 1974: US3826563 (72 worldwide citation)

A mirror assembly is provided for attachment to a motor vehicle, and which is intended to be mounted on the vehicle as a 'side view' mirror. The mirror assembly of the invention, in the embodiments to be described, comprises an upper flat mirror and a lower flat mirror, both of which are mounted in ...


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Greer Edward M: Hydro-pneumatic flexible bladder accumulator. Jessup & Beecher, November 12, 1974: US3847182 (67 worldwide citation)

A flexible separator type of hydro-pneumatic accumulator is provided which incorporates a thimble-shaped flexible bladder. The bladder is constructed and mounted so that it has the capability of turning inside-out as the liquid pressure within the accumulator is increased, so that the bladder can fo ...


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Tibor Koros, Gabriel Koros: Bongeur surgical instrument. Jessup Beecher & Slehofer, December 28, 1993: US05273519 (66 worldwide citation)

The rongeur has a frame with a medial horizontal channel in one portion and a stationary handle at the other portion. A carriage is slidably engaged in the channel. A movable handle is attached at a fulcrum arm at the bottom front of the frame. A two-piece shaft extends from an integral cover & barr ...


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James E Hoyle: Writing instrument removable finger grip. Jessup & Beecher, September 11, 1979: US04167347 (62 worldwide citation)

A removable finger grip adaptable to a wide variety and size of writing instruments. The finger grip is an elongate resilient body having a triangular cross-sectional shape and a cylindrical bore coaxial with the longitudinal axis. In order to accommodate a wide variety of writing instruments, the c ...


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Elder Boyd B: Exercise treadmill. Del Mar Engineering Laboratories, Jessup & Beecher, July 30, 1974: US3826491 (62 worldwide citation)

An exercise treadmill is provided for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, which includes, among other features, an eddy-current, variable speed drive to obtain a belt speed range from zero to maximum speed, and a differential drive through a slip clutch to the two rollers imparting motion to the be ...


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Bliss William W: Jogging game apparatus. Jessup & Beecher, September 10, 1974: US3834702 (58 worldwide citation)

Game apparatus is provided which is controlled by a person jogging in place to establish a simulated race between the jogger and a simulated competitive runner. The apparatus includes a game board and two or more game pieces. The game pieces represent runners. They are controlled to move around a ra ...


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Bliss William W: Electrical verification and identification system. Jessup & Beecher, April 8, 1975: US3876865 (56 worldwide citation)

An electrically encoded system is provided which includes a base with a first matrix mounted on the base and formed of a first plurality of electrical conductors spaced and insulated from one another, and which may also include a second plurality of electrical conductors mounted on the base which ar ...


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Re Carlo, Conrad Jack R, Tasso Joseph A: Flame retardant and fire resistant roofing material. Dyna Shield, Jessup & Beecher, August 20, 1974: US3830687 (56 worldwide citation)

An improved flame retardant and fire resistant roofing product is provided which simulates wooden shake shingles, tiles, planking, panels, or the like. The roofing product to be described can be stained to a wood finish, and it can be nailed, sawn, or otherwise treated in the same manner as wooden s ...



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