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John P Mansell, William M Riley: Vehicle tracking and security system. Auto Trac, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, June 29, 1993: US05223844 (1148 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a vehicle tracking and security system which allows immediate response in case of vehicle theft, an accident, vehicle breakdown, or other emergency. Guardian and tracking functions are provided through Mobile Units installed in hidden locations in vehicles to be monito ...


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Odis L Avant, Duane A Crawford: Stapling method and apparatus for vesicle-urethral re-anastomosis following retropubic prostatectomy and other tubular anastomosis. Odis L Avant, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, October 17, 1989: US04873977 (422 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for effecting anastomosis of the distal urethra and the bladder neck includes a tubular urethral sound. An inflatable anvil is selectively connected to the sound through an opening in the urethra adjacent the prostate. The sound is then retracted outwardly to position the anvil in the uret ...


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Odis L Avant, Duane A Crawford: Method and apparatus for effecting dorsal vein ligation and tubular anastomosis and laparoscopic prostatectomy. Odis Lynn Avant, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, September 10, 1991: US05047039 (283 worldwide citation)

A ligator assembly comprising a hollow, two-piece, bullet-shaped case dimensioned to be inserted in and through a body member, a pair of suture needles carried by the case, and a suture affixed to the needles. The case is provided with a pair of guide tubes for retaining the needles and guiding them ...


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Donald D Douglas: Percutaneously placed electrical gastrointestinal pacemaker stimulatory system, sensing system, and pH monitoring system, with optional delivery port. Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, March 8, 1994: US05292344 (235 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system for delivering electrical impulses of suitable magnitude and frequency to the inner lining of the gastrointestinal tract. The system senses the motor activity of the intestinal tract, thus providing feedback as to the body's response to the imposed electrical ...


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Gerhard E Maale: Intramedullary rod assembly for cement injection system. Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, March 31, 1987: US04653487 (229 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for intramedullary fixation of abnormal bone, such as a femur, wherein an axially elongated intramedullary rod is provided having outwardly projecting thin fins or elongated sharp edge formations at circumferentially spaced locations spanning substantially the length of the rod ...


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Arshad Quadri: Dissector for endoscopic and laparoscopic use. Quadtello Corporation, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, February 1, 1994: US05282826 (217 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument comprising an elongated tubular hollow shaft, first and second opposable jaws pivotable at the distal end of the shaft, and first and second opposable dissecting tips pivotable at the ends of the jaws. The jaws are generally pivotable in first and second parallel planes and the ...


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Frederick G Parsons: Apparatus for receiving and displaying continuously updated data. Telemet American, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, December 4, 1984: US04486853 (180 worldwide citation)

Receiving and displaying apparatus is disclosed for receiving a continuously transmitted stream of encoded data messages, whereby selected of the data messages are stored in an updateable, addressable memory having a plurality of locations, one for each of the selected data messages. Each of the dat ...


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John Taboada, Robert H Poirier: Method and apparatus for laser surgery. Refractive Laser Research & Development Program, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, May 12, 1992: US05112328 (172 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for laser surgery in which laser energy, pulsed or continuous, is focussed to a focus spot of ten to thirty microns which is located within tissue, or the like to cause highly localized heating. The pulsed radiation is in the TEM(oo) mode, has a wavelength of approximately 1064 ...


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Bernard Warszawski: Light modulating cell. Alpine Polyvision, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, January 7, 1992: US05078480 (166 worldwide citation)

A light-modulating cell comprises at least a first electrode (which is transparent and electronically conducting); a second electrode (separated transversely from the first electrode and electronically conducting); at least one layer or electrolytic material interposed between the two electrodes and ...


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James G Kinnett: Total shoulder prosthesis system. Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, November 5, 1985: US04550450 (165 worldwide citation)

A total shoulder replacement arthroplasty system which encompasses replacement of the articular surface of the humerus and adjacent glenoid articular surface with a humeral component having a convex surface and a shallow trapezoidal fixation keel to avoid violation of the medullary cavity by the pro ...



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