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David S Zamierowski: Medical patient fluid management interface system and method. Kinetic Concepts, Mark E Brown, Litman Kraai & Brown, June 6, 2000: US06071267 (809 worldwide citation)

A patient interface system includes a fluid transfer subsystem comprising a primary fluid transfer element fluidically communicating with the wound and a secondary fluid transfer element/manifold in contact therewith. A drape subsystem covers the fluid transfer elements and includes a film material ...


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Stephen K Bubb, David S Zamierowski: Tissue closure treatment system, patient interface and method. KCI Licensing, Mark E Brown, August 30, 2005: US06936037 (350 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure treatment system and method are provided with an external patient interface. A first fluid transfer component FTC.1 comprises a strip of porous material, such as rayon, with liquid wicking properties. FTC.1 can be placed directly on a suture line for transferring fluid exuded theret ...


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Stephen K Bubb, David S Zamierowski: Tissue closure treatment system and method with externally-applied patient interface. KCI Licensing, Mark E Brown, October 4, 2005: US06951553 (284 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure treatment system and method are provided with an external patient interface. A first fluid transfer component FTC.1 comprises a strip of porous material, such as rayon, with liquid wicking properties. FTC.1 can be placed directly on a suture line for transferring fluid exuded theret ...


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Wilburn I Bone Jr: Liquid crystal dynamic barcode display. Mark E Brown, Shughart Thomson & Kilroy L C, July 4, 2000: US06082620 (102 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal dynamic barcode display apparatus includes a liquid crystal layer having a plurality of elongated barcode display elements positioned in close side-by-side parallel relation formed thereon. The barcode display elements are activated in patterns to form a barcode pattern which can be ...


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Stephen K Bubb: Porous implant system and treatment method. Mark E Brown, January 11, 2005: US06840960 (68 worldwide citation)

A porous implant system includes a gradient source adapted for transferring a gradient to an interface connected to an implant at a patient situs. The gradient source is controlled by a programmable controller. The implant is bonded to the patient by tissue ingrowth, which is facilitated by the grad ...


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James T Seeberger: Retractable light & sound system. Mark E Brown, July 19, 2005: US06918680 (64 worldwide citation)

A retractable light/sound system for mounting on the eave of a structure includes a housing and an output subassembly. A hinge pivotably interconnects the housing and the output subassembly whereby the latter is pivotable between a retracted/stored position and an extended/display position. The outp ...


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John A McClure, Richard W Heiniger, John T E Timm, Kent D Funk, Richard B Wong: Articulated equipment position control system and method. Hemisphere GPS, Mark E Brown, January 9, 2007: US07162348 (64 worldwide citation)

An articulated equipment position control system and method are provided for equipment consisting of motive and working components. The components are connected by an articulated connector, such as a pivotal hitch. GPS-derived positional data is utilized for power-articulating the hitch to maintain ...


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Richard W Heiniger, John A McClure: Adaptive guidance system and method. Hemisphere GPS, Mark E Brown, March 30, 2010: US07689354 (58 worldwide citation)

An adaptive guidance system for a vehicle includes an on-board GPS receiver, an on-board processor adapted to store a preplanned guide pattern and a guidance device. The processor includes a comparison function for comparing the vehicle GPS position with a line segment of the preplanned guide patter ...


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John A McClure, Dennis M Collins, Richard W Heiniger: Vehicle navigation system and method for swathing applications. Satloc, Mark E Brown, March 23, 2004: US06711501 (58 worldwide citation)

A swathing guidance system includes a controller storing data defining a desired vehicle path, a position detector subsystem such as a differential GPS receiver, and a display to graphically display current spatial parameters and corrective steering actions to place the vehicle on the desired path o ...


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David W Tulp: Combination coaster and sleeve apparatus. Mark E Brown, September 4, 2007: US07264134 (47 worldwide citation)

An improved combination holder and coaster apparatus for receiving a container or vessel which includes first and second thermally insulative, flexible panels joined together by a joint comprised of a stretchable, flexible, adhesive material adapted to return the device to a collapsed coaster config ...