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A Bart Flick: Electrical therapeutic apparatus. Kennedy & Kennedy, December 20, 1994: US05374283 (95 worldwide citation)

An electrical therapeutic apparatus (10) for the treatment of body pain and edema. The apparatus has an electrical pulse producing device (11) coupled to wrap (12) by conductor (13). The wrap is comprised of nylon coated with silver which forms an electrode. A second electrode (14) is coupled by con ...


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John Scales: Connector and method for engaging soil-reinforcing grid and earth retaining wall. Kennedy & Kennedy, May 23, 1995: US05417523 (63 worldwide citation)

An earth retaining wall and method having at least a pair of tiers of side-by-side blocks which define a receiving channel for a connector bar with spaced-apart keys that engage apertures in a lattice-like grid extending laterally from the tiers, the grid being covered by backfill for interlocking t ...


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William T Aston: Antimicrobial air filter and method of making same. Kennedy & Kennedy, February 22, 1994: US05288298 (58 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial air filter has a layer of fabric bearing porous activated carbon particulate deodorizing agents, a layer of polymeric expanded foam filter media impregnated with a biostat type antimicrobial agent and a pleated sheet of HEPA filtration media treated with the biostat. The layers are ...


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John Stanfield: Portable dish rack. Kennedy & Kennedy, July 26, 1994: US05332105 (53 worldwide citation)

A dish rack (10) has a wire mesh frame (11) that defines a space in which a set of dishes may be supported uprightly. A central dish support (45) and two outer dish supports (43), each having a series of notches (48), are mounted to the frame. An upper dish support (70) having a series of notches (7 ...


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Frank J Davis: Combined diesel and natural gas engine fuel control system and method of using such. Davis Family Trust, Kennedy & Kennedy, December 6, 1994: US05370097 (50 worldwide citation)

A dual fuel control system (10) for use with an internal combustion engine (11) is disclosed which controls the flow of liquid fuel alone or in combination with a gaseous fuel. The system has a stored supply of gaseous fuel and a fuel metering actuator (22) which regulates the flow of the gaseous fu ...


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Lonnie Johnson: Wet diaper detector. Kennedy & Kennedy, November 21, 1995: US05469145 (49 worldwide citation)

A wet diaper detector comprises an elongated strip of material sized to be positioned in a diaper with a portion of the strip residing in a region of the diaper subject to wetness and an end of the strip protruding from the diaper at the upper rear or front portion thereof. The strip carries a pair ...


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Steven M Suggs: Liveload assembly for maintaining torque on bolts. RM Engineered Products, Kennedy & Kennedy, May 31, 1994: US05316319 (48 worldwide citation)

A liveload assembly having a stack guide with a thread on the exterior side wall, a plurality of compressible belleville washers stacked inside the stack guide, and a retainer cap having a thread on an inner side wall for matingly engaging with the stack guide to hold the belleville washers in compr ...


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Phillip R Carter Jr, Byron L Boylston: Heater for in vivo blood infusion. SpectraLogic, Kennedy & Kennedy, October 5, 1993: US05250032 (48 worldwide citation)

A heater 10 for warming blood, plasma and other solutions flowing through an intravenous tube prior to its entry into a patient. The heater has a housing that has an elongated channel 17 which extends from one end of the housing to the other and which is sized to receive and releasably hold in intim ...


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Irfan M Jameel, Joe S Robinson Jr: Removable surgical staple. Kennedy & Kennedy, December 17, 1996: US05584856 (36 worldwide citation)

A surgical staple (10) is provided having a fastener member (11) and a retainer member (12). The retainer member has an internal channel (31) having ridges (33) with serrated teeth (35). The fastener member has a tubular head (13), and a series of prongs (14) removably mounted to the tubular head by ...


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John Stanfield: Stackable folding chair and retrofit apparatus. Kennedy & Kennedy, March 17, 1992: US05096259 (34 worldwide citation)

Folding chairs have interlocking braces 27 and 28 that prevent relative movement between chairs in a stack. The braces have offset rear stops 30 and forward lugs 31. The braces are mounted to the sides of the legs such that they prevent sideways sliding movement of another chair stacked thereon and ...