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Christopher O R Sidall, Robert L Savitt: Endoscope disposable sheath. Fujinon, Marks Murase & White, May 3, 1988: US04741326 (168 worldwide citation)

A protective sheath assembly for use with a medical instrument is disclosed. The assembly comprises an elongatable hollow sheath attached to a transparent distal end plate. A tube extends from the end plate and is surrounded by the sheath. In order to provide for suctioning or irrigation of bodily c ...


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Klaus Zielke: Implant for the operative correction of spinal deformity. Oscobal, Marks Murase & White, August 8, 1989: US04854304 (164 worldwide citation)

An implant for the operative correction of spinal deformity, in particular scoliosis, kyphosis, and lordosis, which is a distraction and compression rod, having at one of its end a ratchet part formed by circumferential saw notches conically broadening toward the top and ending in a flat surface for ...


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Heinz Mittelmeier, Heinz Moser, Beat Leu: Reinforced bone cement. Osteo, Marks Murase & White, September 17, 1991: US05049157 (76 worldwide citation)

A bone cement exhibiting superior mechanical strength and body compatibility, as well as shortened polymerization time and reduced peak polymerization temperature, includes a conventional polymethyl methacrylate bone cement to which has been added up to about 4% by weight of carbon fibers and from a ...


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Pavo Pusic: Automated electronic postage meter having a direct acess bar code printer. Marks Murase & White, November 12, 1991: US05065000 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses an automated electronically controlled postage meter including a mail weighting means, an alphanumerical keyboard, a direct access bar code thermal transfer printer, a magnetic and IC card reader/writer, a liquid crystal display, and a double-station thermal and dot m ...


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Stefan Kudelski, Jean Claude Schlup, Ernest Rosselet: Error prevention in a recording and reproducing device with at least one rotating head. Kudelski fabrique de enregistreurs Nagra, Marks Murase & White, November 19, 1991: US05067035 (55 worldwide citation)

A recorder/reproducer having two capstans which engage a magnetic tape passing from a delivering coil holder to a receiving coil holder of a cartridge is disclosed. At the time of loading the tape, the capstans are shifted from a rest position along a path toward the scanner which has an upper, rota ...


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Pavo Pusic: Motorcyclists air strips. Marks Murase & White, March 3, 1992: US05091992 (49 worldwide citation)

Inflatable air strips for protection of a motorcyclist body in case of a traffic accident are disclosed. The air strips comprise plurality of horizontal and vertical air strips worn all around the motorcyclist body which are inflated with gas produced in a gas generator. An inflation process is init ...


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Herman D Weeks Jr, Robert Cella: Electrical cables and serpentine pattern shielding tape therefor. Facile Holdings, Marks Murase & White, April 16, 1991: US05008489 (43 worldwide citation)

An electrical cable is provided wherein a conducting member is surrounded by an insulator. Around the insulator is a shielding element which is configured such that a pressure sensitive or heat fusible adhesive is placed on a top surface of the shielding tape in a parallel, nested serpentine pattern ...


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Russell D Ide: Hydrodynamic bearings having beam mounted bearing pads and sealed bearing assemblies including the same. Marks Murase & White, October 8, 1991: US05054938 (39 worldwide citation)

A hydrodynamic thrust, journal or combined radial and thrust bearing which may be mounted within a sealed housing assembly which can be, for example, be used to replace rolling element bearings. The bearing can be designed for mounting to either the shaft or housing. If mounted for rotation with the ...


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Hans Ulrich Ramseier, Fritz Brechbuhler: Electrostatic powder coating installation. H U Ramseier, Marks Murase & White, December 29, 1987: US04715314 (38 worldwide citation)

A powder coating installation comprising a cabin having walls made of a non-conductive plastic material. The lower part of the cabin has a V-shaped section and terminates in a collecting channel which is connected to a suction device. The installation further comprises a cleaning device with a hollo ...


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Russell Ide: Low-profile disk drive motor. Marks Murase & White, May 7, 1991: US05013947 (36 worldwide citation)

A disk drive motor having a low profile construction and a gas-lubricated deflecting pad support usable in the disk drive motor and elsewhere includes a cup-shaped rotor having an integral cylindrical portion extending from the base of the cup; the cylindrical extension may be a shaft or a large hol ...