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Norman G Gaylord: Method for correcting visual defects, compositions and articles of manufacture useful therein. Syntex, Alan M Krubiner, Joseph I Hirsch, October 17, 1978: US04120570 (185 worldwide citation)

Visual defects of the human eye in the form of refractive errors such as myopia, hyperiopia, astigmatism, athakis and keratoconus are corrected by a therapeutic method which includes the step of fitting to the patient's eye a corrective contact lens fabricated from a copolymer of a polysiloxanylalky ...


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Terrence B Christensen, Allen D McNaughton, Steven R Umbach: Injection device. Syntex, John A Dhuey, Joseph I Hirsch, September 13, 1983: US04403989 (85 worldwide citation)

An injection device particularly suitable for the intraruminal injection of ruminants is described. The injection device is characterized by a needle carrying means and a needle actuation means, which are operatively coupled such that the needle actuation means permits movement of the needle carryin ...


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Allen D McNaughton, Stephen B Albert, Gerard A Furbershaw: Implanting device and implant magazine. Syntex, John A Dhuey, Joseph I Hirsch, August 23, 1983: US04400170 (81 worldwide citation)

An implanting device for implanting pellets and like subcutaneously or intramuscularly in animals is described which utilizes means for indexing an implant magazine having a plurality of pellet-containing stations therein and means for automatically retracting a needle from about an implant charge t ...


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Allen D McNaughton, Stephen B Albert, Gerard A Furbershaw: Implanting device and implant magazine. Syntex, John A Dhuey, Joseph I Hirsch, October 2, 1984: US04474572 (72 worldwide citation)

An implanting device for implanting pellets and like subcutaneously or intramuscularly in animals is described which utilizes means for indexing an implant magazine having a plurality of pellet-containing stations therein and means for automatically retracting a needle from about an implant charge t ...


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Ingemar H Lundquist: Inhalation device. Syntex Puerto Rico, Tom M Moran, Joseph I Hirsch, August 8, 1978: US04105027 (67 worldwide citation)

An inhalation device having an elongate housing having a passageway for the movement of air therethrough. The passageway terminates in an emptying chamber adjacent that end of the housing which is adapted for insertion into the mouth or nasal passages of a user thereof. The housing has means for rec ...


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Cherng Chyi Fu: Contact lens cleaning solutions. Syntex, Howard M Peters, Joseph I Hirsch, James M Kanagy, November 8, 1983: US04414127 (59 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are aqueous solutions for cleaning contact lenses comprising a water-soluble peroxide, transition metal salts, an amphoteric or anionic surfactant, and, optionally, tonicity salts.


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John E Nash: Light control apparatus for a dental handpiece. Star Dental Manufacturing Co, Tom M Moran, Joseph I Hirsch, October 23, 1979: US04171572 (57 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling the actuation of a light for illuminating the work zone adjacent the operative end of a dental handpiece. The apparatus includes (a) switch for actuating a light source when a signal is transmitted to the actuating switch from the power transmitting line for the dental h ...


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Boyd J Poulsen: Inhalation device with capsule opener. Syntex Puerto Rico, Tom M Moran, Joseph I Hirsch, March 11, 1980: US04192309 (53 worldwide citation)

A breath-actuated inhalation device for dispensing a powdered medicament from a powdered medicament-holding capsule, comprising an elongate housing having a passageway for the movement of air therethrough, one end of the housing being an output end adapted for insertion into a user's mouth or nasal ...


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Milton C Carris: Inhalation device. Syntex Puerto Rico, Tom M Moran, Joseph I Hirsch, October 14, 1980: US04227522 (52 worldwide citation)

An inhalation device for dispensing a powdered medicament from a medicament-holding container having a first part which is an elongate housing having a passageway for the movement of air therethrough, one end of the housing being an output end adapted for insertion into the mouth or nasal passage of ...


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Stanley Mathes: Inhalation device. Syntex Puerto Rico, Joseph I Hirsch, William B Walker, June 22, 1976: US03964483 (50 worldwide citation)

An inhalation device having an elongate housing having one or more passageways for the passage of air therethrough. The passageway, of relatively small diameter, opens into an emptying chamber, of relatively greater diameter, adjacent that end of the housing which is adapted for insertion into the m ...