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James Taylor: Surgical stapling device. Syncare, Michael Ebert, October 28, 1986: US04619262 (338 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling device loaded with staples each having a pair of parallel limbs bridged by a straight crosspiece. In operation, as the limbs are implanted by the device on opposite sides of a skin incision, they are bent inwardly toward each other below the skin surface to close the incision, th ...


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Daniel A Grande: Technique for healing lesions in cartilage. Michael Ebert, July 11, 1989: US04846835 (324 worldwide citation)

A grafting technique entailing the transplantation of chondrocytes for promoting the healing of lesions in articular cartilage, use being made for this purpose of in vitro autologous cultured chondrocytes prior to transplantation. The chondrocytes are preferably seeded in a three-dimensional collage ...


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Joseph R Wilder, Franklin G Reick: Medical instrument and light pipe illumination assembly. Michael Ebert, January 7, 1986: US04562832 (316 worldwide citation)

A disposable medical instrument and light pipe illumination assembly fabricated of synthetic plastic material. When put to use, the instrument, such as a surgical retractor, assumes a position at which its operative section lies adjacent the field of medical interest, such as a body cavity or surgic ...


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Donald Spector: Computerized merchandising system. Michael Ebert, June 9, 1998: US05765141 (292 worldwide citation)

A computerized merchandising system useable by a corporation associated with a group of stores selling goods, the system acting not only to induce a consumer to purchase these goods, but also to induce this consumer to buy shares of stock issued by the corporation, for either choice is to his possib ...


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Donald Spector: Computer-printer terminal for producing composite greeting and gift certificate card. Michael Ebert, February 9, 1999: US05870718 (287 worldwide citation)

A computer-printer Internet terminal adapted to produce under the control of its user a composite greeting and gift certificate card redeemable by the named recipient at a retail establishment linked to Internet which authorizes the issuance of the certificate. The terminal is provided with greeting ...


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Richard A Berg, Frederick H Silver, James M Pachence: Collagen matrix beads for soft tissue repair. MediMatrix, Michael Ebert, June 6, 1989: US04837285 (273 worldwide citation)

Collagen-based compositions for augmenting soft tissue, wound dressings, implants, injectable formulations or other drug delivery systems, comprising resorbable collagen matrix beads, the beads having an average pore size of from 50 to 350 microns, and the collagen comprising from 1 to 30% by volume ...


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Martha Newkirk, Larry Newkirk: Credit card actuated telecommunication access network. Michael Ebert, March 27, 1984: US04439636 (209 worldwide citation)

A public access network operating in conjunction with existing telecommunication lines to permit a caller holding a machine-readable credit card to make calls from any local station included in the network without having to deposit coins and without human intervention. The network is constituted by ...


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Maurice S Kanbar: Screw-in led lamp. Michael Ebert, December 15, 1998: US05850126 (208 worldwide citation)

A screw-in LED lamp which derives its power from a socket connected to an A-C power line, the lamp being screwed into the socket to produce a light of high intensity useful as a traffic signal or as a warning signal. The lamp includes a screw-in plug connected to a regulator in which the A-C is conv ...


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Arthur Evans, Joseph R Baker, Robert P Rising: Test probe assembly for testing integrated circuit devices. Wentworth Laboratories, Michael Ebert, December 4, 1990: US04975638 (143 worldwide citation)

A test probe assembly for testing an integrated circuit (IC) device having contact pads deployed in a predetermined pattern in a common plane. The assembly includes a contactor formed by a flexible film of dielectric material having a rectangular planar central zone from whose corners extend radial ...


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Donald Spector: Aroma-generating lamp structure. Michael Ebert, August 24, 1982: US04346059 (137 worldwide citation)

An aroma-generating lamp structure including an electric bulb mounted on a base and enclosed by a shell which is at least partially translucent, whereby the shell functions as a light shade, the shell being spring-mounted on the base and therefore being depressible. Socketed on the base is a bottle ...



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