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Wallach Mark: Surgical apparatus for removal of tissue. Miskin Howard C, June 25, 1974: US3818913 (108 worldwide citation)

Defective or unwanted tissue is removed such as from the lens of an eye directing a pulsating high velocity liquid jet onto the defecting tissue to disintegrate the tissue and sucking the liquid entraining the disintegrated tissue from the area adjacent the tissue by a suction conduit. Upon clogging ...


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Blair E Allan: Mattress for preventing bedsores. Medic Ease Corporation, Miskin Howard C, July 8, 1975: US3893198 (49 worldwide citation)

A mattress is constructed of foam having a 50% compression deflection pressure equal to the body weight of an average patient divided by his projected body area and a thickness in excess of his body depth, to prevent bedsores by providing a moldable surface which spreads support to a great area of t ...


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Scheuer Fred F: Treated paper and non-woven material for wiping surfaces and method therefor. Alustikin Products, Miskin Howard C, June 25, 1974: US3818533 (48 worldwide citation)

Tissue type paper and non-woven material are uniformly impregnated with a non-aqueous liquid carrier selected from liquid hydrocarbons, glycols, and pine oils containing an agent uniformly distributed therein automatically, by applying a predetermined quantity of treating fluid to any portion of the ...


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Berger Barry David: Shelf support structure. Thomson Leeds Company, Miskin Howard C, November 25, 1975: US3921539 (41 worldwide citation)

A modular self supporting shelf type display device includes a pair of adjustable laterally spaced foot pieces having sockets separably receiving H-column standards having cross webs provided with vertically spaced locking openings. Two or more shelves are supported between the standards and are adj ...


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Gould William: Rotary brush section. Miskin Howard C, October 8, 1974: US3839763 (23 worldwide citation)

A cylindrical sweeper brush assembly includes a core provided with a longitudinal external keyway and a plurality of separate spaced side-by-side cirular brush elements mounted on the core. Each brush element includes a split circular channel with an outwardly facing peripheral opening and centrally ...


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Dick Peter: Disposable hypodermic needle destroyer. Miskin Howard C, March 12, 1974: US3796359 (23 worldwide citation)

A portable hypodermic needle destroyer is provided having an axial opening to receive the needle and allow the user to safely grip the needle and snap it off from the syringe and provide a safe holder for the needle. In one form of the invention the opening is provided in the sheath having a diaphra ...


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Basile Mario J: Sealant filler for small volumes containing an acrylic latex, sand, bentonite, portland cement and a polyhydric alcohol. Miskin Howard C, November 4, 1975: US3917771 (22 worldwide citation)

A two package sealant filler includes as a first paste component a dispersion of sand in a water based acrylic latex and as a second highly viscous component, a dispersion of bentonite and Portland cement in glycerine. In use, the first component and a minor amount of the second component are intima ...


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Ganz Walter C: Writing instrument. K C Pen Co, Miskin Howard C, February 19, 1974: US3792931 (22 worldwide citation)

A retractable writing implement includes relatively rotatable upper and lower barrel sections and a writing element advancing mechanism including a first tubular member fixed in the upper barrel section and having an inclined bottom cam edge extending partially around the tubular member. A second tu ...


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Ballin Gene: Opener for disposable closure. Miskin Howard C, January 1, 1974: US3782578 (21 worldwide citation)

A device for opening a closure cap along a score line around the base of an annular channel without piercing the cap includes a collar which rotatably and slidably engages the cap and includes a peripheral wall provided with circumferentially spaced depending arcuate teeth of greater thickness than ...


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Sakow Toshihiko, Pfister Robert D: Vehicle torsion bar. Miskin Howard C, October 29, 1974: US3844583 (19 worldwide citation)

A vehicle torsion bar wheel mounting includes a square tubular member fixed to the body frame and centrally housing a coupling block. Rectangular torsion bars are pivoted at their inner ends to the coupling block and at their outer ends to outwardly projecting shafts provided at their ends with radi ...