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Paul F Turner, Theron N Schaefermeyer, Amer M Tumeh, Trung V Nguyen: Urethral inserted applicator for prostate hyperthermia. BSD Medical Corporation, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, November 6, 1990: US04967765 (368 worldwide citation)

A urethral inserted applicator for prostate hyperthermia includes a multi-tube, balloon type catheter. The catheter includes first and second closed end fluid dry tubes, respectively, for a helical coil antenna type applicator, and a microwave type temperature sensor for measuring the temperature of ...


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Paul F Turner, Theron N Schaefermeyer, Amer M Tumeh: Urethral inserted applicator for prostate hyperthermia. BSD Medical Corporation, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, October 5, 1993: US05249585 (360 worldwide citation)

A urethral inserted applicator for prostate hyperthermia includes a multi-tube, balloon type catheter. The catheter includes first and second closed end fluid dry tubes, respectively, for a helical coil electrode type applicator, and an electromagnetic field compatible temperature sensor for measuri ...


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In Suk Han, Seok Lew, Man Hee Han: Photometric glucose measurement system using glucose-sensitive hydrogel. M Biotech, Robert R Mallinckrodt, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, December 28, 2004: US06835553 (320 worldwide citation)

An implantable biosensor for detecting an analyte in vivo in body fluids comprises an analyte-sensitive hydrogel filament chemically configured to vary its displacement volume according to changes in concentration of an analyte, such as glucose, in a patient's body fluid. A photometric displace ...


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Clarence I Justheim: Method of retorting oil shale by velocity flow of super-heated air. Justheim Pertroleum Company, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, May 24, 1983: US04384614 (241 worldwide citation)

Oil shale is retorted, preferably in situ, by passing velocity flow of super-heated air through one or more conduit-like passages in direct contact with exposed surfaces of oil shale. Kerogen pyrolysis products are recovered by condensation of the vapors and collection of the condensate and by colle ...


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Henry L Webster: Iontophoretic electrode device, method and gel insert. Wescor, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, May 17, 1983: US04383529 (204 worldwide citation)

An iontophoretic electrode device, method, and hydrophilic, hydrated gel insert for the electrode device all involve a preformed, shape-retaining, gel body preferably of disc formation having mutually opposite, parallel faces. An agar gel disc having an ionic drug diffused throughout is the preferre ...


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Paul F Turner, Theron N Schaefermeyer, Amer M Tumeh, Philip A Terry: Urethral inserted applicator prostate hyperthermia. BSD Medical Corporation, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, September 6, 1994: US05344435 (193 worldwide citation)

A method for the treatment of the prostate gland which heats the tissues which would otherwise be surgically removed with a trans-urethral resection of the prostate. This method is accomplished by combining a radiating energy device integrated with a urinary drainage Foley type catheter, which is mo ...


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Seok Lew, In Suk Han: Analyte measuring biosensor chip using image scanning system. Robert R Mallinckrodt, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, June 15, 2004: US06751491 (161 worldwide citation)

An implantable chip biosensor for detecting an analyte in vivo in body fluids comprises an analyte-sensitive hydrogel slab chemically configured to vary its displacement volume according to changes in concentration of an analyte, such as glucose, in a patient's body fluid, the slab being dispos ...


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In Suk Han, Dal Young Jung: Polymer matrix containing catalase co-immobilized with analytic enzyme that generates hydrogen peroxide. M Biotech, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, Robert R Mallinckrodt, February 22, 2005: US06858403 (142 worldwide citation)

Hydrogels containing catalase co-immobilized with an analyte-sensitive enzyme such as glucose oxidase are disclosed. The hydrogels may be pH-sensitive, and preferably are thin and lightly crosslinked. The catalase is present in concentrations ranging generally from 100 units/ml to about 1000 units/m ...


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DeWitt J Lowell: Robotic implantable medical device and/or component restoration system. Medtronic, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, December 16, 1986: US04628928 (132 worldwide citation)

In combination with a device adapted for at least partial implantation in a living body to perform a function with respect to that body such as introducing a material into the body, relieving the body of a material, monitoring a condition within the body, or introducing electrical stimulus into the ...


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George O Doherty: Outside-the-needle catheter device with needle housing. Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, July 10, 1979: US04160450 (120 worldwide citation)

A catheter device, comprising a venipuncture needle or stylet whose shank extends through the bore of a catheter or cannula and has a sharpened tip projecting slightly therebeyond in an extended position of the needle to provide an outside-the-needle catheter unit for venipuncture and for insertion ...