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Keiji Igaki: Medical suturing material. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Limbach & Limbach L, June 16, 1998: US05766188 (432 worldwide citation)

A medical suturing material which is loaded into an automatic suturing device having a staple line when used. The medical suturing material has a main suturing material on which a shape maintaining support member made of a film or a sheet having rigidity is superposed, wherein the main suturing mate ...


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Taher Elgamal, Kipp E B Hickman: Secure socket layer application program apparatus and method. Netscape Communications Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, August 12, 1997: US05657390 (395 worldwide citation)

A computer program product comprising: a computer useable medium having computer readable program code means embodied therein for encrypting and decrypting information transferred over a network between a client application program running in a client computer and a server application program runnin ...


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Mark L Pomeranz, Troy J Chapman, Darren R Sherman, Mir Imran: Apparatus and method for linear lesion ablation. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, September 1, 1998: US05800482 (394 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for ablating body tissue, and particularly for creating linear lesions within a chamber of a patient's heart, includes an elongate member having an ablation section. The ablation section includes an infusion tube and a plurality of spaced electrodes. The infusion tube and electrodes are ...


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Antonio M Fernandes: Collaboration centric document processing environment using an information centric visual user interface and information presentation method. Netscape Communications, Limbach & Limbach L, January 11, 2000: US06014135 (359 worldwide citation)

A new computer interface displays a plurality of icons representative of people, documents and time. Various functions, including media independent functions, for interacting between these three elements, including composing, routing (collaborative or otherwise), are disclosed.


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Mark L Pomeranz, Troy J Chapman, Darren R Sherman, Scott Tedder, Steven C Anderson: Deflectable loop design for a linear lesion ablation apparatus. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, April 20, 1999: US05895417 (336 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for ablating body tissue, and particularly for creating linear lesions within a chamber of a patient's heart, is provided. The apparatus includes an elongate member having an ablation section which includes an infusion tube and a plurality of spaced electrodes. The infusion tube and ele ...


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Keiji Igaki, Masatoshi Mori, Shigeo Ohoi: Medical suturing material. Limbach & Limbach L, December 1, 1998: US05843096 (326 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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Robert Bornn, Jeff L Levinsky, Robert D Ricks, Laura A Worth: Method of identifying valid signal-carrying channels in a cardiorespiratory alert system. VitalScan, Limbach & Limbach L, October 15, 1996: US05564429 (314 worldwide citation)

A cardiorespiratory alert system is described which comprises a patient unit which communicates with a caregiver unit, via an optional central base station in a Hospital Configuration, or via a base station in an Alternate Site/Home Configuration. A number of techniques are employed to provide a sys ...


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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 (301 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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David E Sheldon, James Leach, Vladimir Pisarsky: Method and system for inventory management. Triad Systems Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, June 9, 1998: US05765143 (290 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 (288 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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