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Maynard E Small: Automated sweepstakes-type game. Litman Day & McMahon, June 2, 1987: US04669730 (381 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for playing a sweepstakes-type game wherein a player inserts an identification card into an automated remote computer terminal and accesses an account at a subject financial institution. The user identifier provides access to the financial account, and user indicia is compare ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Stereoscopic endoscope arrangement. Litman Day & McMahon, March 17, 1987: US04651201 (159 worldwide citation)

A stereoscopic endoscope includes a sheath for insertion into the body of a patient and a pair of image guides and an illumination or light guide extending through the sheath. The image guides and light guide are preferably formed of optical fibers to facilitate flexibility of the endoscope. The ima ...


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H Robert Wirtz: Immobilizer device. Cramer Products, Litman Day & McMahon, April 14, 1987: US04657003 (139 worldwide citation)

Immobilizing device for restraining a body portion or limb, comprising an air impervious pliant bag, e.g. of urethane coated nylon fabric, a plurality of lightweight expanded beads, e.g. polystyrene beads, preferably of relatively uniform large size of a diameter greater than 5 mm placed within the ...


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James A Ricketts: Wired spread spectrum data communication system. Litman Day & McMahon, October 2, 1984: US04475208 (123 worldwide citation)

A wired spread spectrum data communication system includes a modulator and a demodulator coupled to a transmission line having other signals thereon. The modulator includes a pseudo-noise (PN) generator and a clock providing, respectively, a PN code signal and a clock signal for combination in exclu ...


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Bruce L Johnston, Bill D Raines: Adjustable bed for morbidly obese patients. Burke, Litman Day & McMahon, October 18, 1983: US04409695 (100 worldwide citation)

An adjustable bed is particularly adapted for the care of morbidly obese patients and comprises a ground engaging frame with a mattress support including a head section, a center section and a foot section which are hingedly interconnected and have power devices which selectively drive lift arms to ...


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Jerry L Grimes: Connector valve assembly for endotracheal tubes. Litman Day & McMahon, November 22, 1983: US04416273 (74 worldwide citation)

A connector valve assembly for admission of catheters through endotracheal tubes employs a connector body having a tracheal tube port, a respiratory tube port and an end portion adapted for insertion of a catheter through the body and through the tracheal tube for patient airway suctioning. An end c ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Television microscope surgical method and apparatus therefor. Litman Day & McMahon, July 26, 1983: US04395731 (72 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus therefor for providing an individual a magnified view of the manual manipulations of the individual, particularly those of a surgeon during surgery. Video cameras are provided for viewing the manual manipulations of the individual. Electric signals representing an image of the ...


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Lawrence L Tretbar: Clip apparatus. Litman Day & McMahon, June 9, 1987: US04671282 (71 worldwide citation)

A clip apparatus for use in cholangiography or the like includes a clip, a catheter and a tool for applying and removing the clip from the cystic duct or the like. The clip preferably has two opposed C-shaped surfaces in jaws which can be biased together such that opposed edges touch to apply the cl ...


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Cecil T Jacobi Jr, Charles G Maupin, James B Woodsmall, William J Brown, Bruce E Thomas, Walton D Owens, Robert J Cunningham, Rocky D Smith: Dryer and printed material and the like. Amjo, Litman Day & McMahon, February 26, 1985: US04501072 (68 worldwide citation)

A dryer for printed material and the like including a frame structure with upper and lower heater panel assemblies vertically movably mounted therein. Each heater panel assembly includes a plurality of quartz tube heat lamps. The heater panel assemblies are reciprocated between open and closed posit ...


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Russell L White: Adjustable convex mirror assembly for a vehicle mirror. Peterson Manufacturing Company, Litman Day & McMahon, December 16, 1986: US04629296 (63 worldwide citation)

A selectively adjustable convex mirror assembly for allowing a motor vehicle operator to see alternative rear views comprises a cylindrical housing and a circular convex mirror positioned in the housing. The housing is rotatably mounted on a swivel mechanism. The mirror is mounted in the housing in ...