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Keiji Igaki, Masatoshi Mori, Shigeo Ohoi: Medical suturing material. Limbach & Limbach L, December 1, 1998: US05843096 (307 worldwide citation)

A medical suturing material which is loaded into an automatic suturing device having a staple line when used. The medical suturing material according to the present invention is formed into a bag shape having a closed leading end by sewing a sheet shape suturing material by using a suturing thread. ...


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Howard M Zeidler: End-to-end encryption system and method of operation. VISA U, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, March 25, 1986: US04578530 (307 worldwide citation)

An efficient end-to-end encryption system including key management procedures for providing secure, financial data communication between a system user at one of a plurality of transaction terminals of one of a plurality of acquirer institutions and one of a plurality of issuer institutions, with sel ...


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Jose P Joseph: Integral interstitial fluid sensor. Teknekron Sensor Development Corporation, Limbach & Limbach, November 10, 1992: US05161532 (303 worldwide citation)

An integral interstitial fluid sensor for application to the skin of a person or an animal for the detection of chemical components of tissue fluid is disclosed. The fluid sensor comprises a substrate of a porous material for the passage of the interstitial fluid therethrough. At least two electrode ...


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Richard Billings Merrill: Color separation in an active pixel cell imaging array using a triple-well structure. Foveon, Limbach & Limbach, October 12, 1999: US05965875 (300 worldwide citation)

A digital imager apparatus uses the differences in absorption length in silicon of light of different wavelengths for color separation. A preferred imaging array is based upon a three-color pixel sensor using a triple-well structure. The array results in elimination of color aliasing by measuring ea ...


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Frederic H Moll, Charles Gresl Jr, Albert K Chin, Philip K Hopper: Retraction methods using endoscopic inflatable retraction devices. Origin Medsystems, Limbach & Limbach, May 10, 1994: US05309896 (297 worldwide citation)

A method for retracting an organ inside the body in the course of treating adjacent tissue. An inflatable retractor is provided. The inflatable retractor includes a flexible wall which may be expanded into place within the body, and which enclosed a main chamber. The inflatable retractor also includ ...


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Todd A Thompson, Tim Kovac: Gas-sealed instruments for use in laparoscopic surgery. Origin Medsystems, Limbach & Limbach L, April 8, 1997: US05618291 (292 worldwide citation)

A gas-sealed instrument for use in laparoscopic procedures in a gas-insufflated body cavity. The instrument comprises a static portion, a moving portion, and a sealing means for preventing gas from escaping from the body cavity through the static portion. The static portion includes a handle, and an ...


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Charles Gresl, Albert K Chin, Tim J Kovac, Edwin J Hlavka: Apparatus and method for closing puncture wounds. Origin Medsystems, Limbach & Limbach, April 16, 1996: US05507755 (291 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for suturing deep puncture wounds utilizes a capturing member which is pivotally mounted to the distal end of an elongate rod. During use, the capturing member is inserted into a body cavity through a trocar sheath positioned in a wound and pivoted into a position in which it extends be ...


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David E Sheldon, James Leach, Vladimir Pisarsky: Method and system for inventory management. Triad Systems Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, June 9, 1998: US05765143 (288 worldwide citation)

A computer system and computer-implemented method for controlling inventory of vendors at one level of a part distribution chain. The system includes a computer programmed with software for generating order data in response to reference data indicative of sales, inventory, demographics, and/or marke ...


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Charle R Rupp: Reconfigurable computer architecture for use in signal processing applications. National Semiconductor Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, July 21, 1998: US05784636 (286 worldwide citation)

An architecture for information processing devices which allows the construction of low cost, high performance systems for specialized computing applications involving sensor data processing. The reconfigurable processor architecture of the invention uses a programmable logic structure called an Ada ...


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Mark L Pomeranz, Peter Park: Shapable catheter using exchangeable core and method of use. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Limbach & Limbach, March 16, 1999: US05882346 (275 worldwide citation)

In a shapable catheter and method for positioning a shapable catheter within a body cavity, a core wire is provided which includes a pre-shaped region bent into a predetermined shape. A catheter is provided which includes a lumen proportioned to slidably receive the core wire. The catheter includes ...



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