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Harry G Reimels: Disposable coagulator. Mentor O & O, Morse Altman & Dacey, October 22, 1985: US04548207 (238 worldwide citation)

A disposable coagulator for the bipolar coagulation of blood vessels and/or tissue is disclosed. The disposable coagulator comprises a light-weight, electrically insulating housing, a coaxial probe defining an inner and outer electrode and having a beveled end and secured within the housing, and a p ...


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James J Falls: Authentication device. Baird Corporation, Morse Altman & Dacey, January 28, 1986: US04567370 (142 worldwide citation)

An authentication device for various items is disclosed. The authentication device includes a sample treated with at least two luminophors, each luminophor being ultra-violet energy excitable but one emitting in the visible and the other in the infrared spectral range, an excitation lamp to excite t ...


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Thomas M Galvin: System for visualizing, identifying and ordering gearing configurations. Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, October 16, 1990: US04964043 (126 worldwide citation)

The present invention enables visualizing, identifying and ordering speed reduction gearing configurations, particularly enclosed worm gear configurations, by a system comprising a mechanical display and a digital computer, which cooperate in a novel manner. The mechanical display includes sequences ...


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Piran Sioshansi, Richard W Oliver: Ion implantation of plastics. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey and Benson, May 10, 1988: US04743493 (100 worldwide citation)

An ion implantation process for plastics is disclosed which materially enhances their surface hardness and their resistance to chemical attack. The plastics include the polycarbonates, the acrylics and their combinations, and ultra high molecular weight polyethylenes. The plastics are ion implanted ...


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Harry G Reimels, David A Walsh, Michael J Arsenault: Ophthalmic aspirator-irrigator. Mentor O & O, Morse Altman & Dacey, November 10, 1987: US04705500 (91 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic aspirator-irrigator system for use during cataract surgery is disclosed. The system frees both hands of the surgeon for the surgical tasks and leaves the automatic operation of the system to a single control input operated by a foot pedal. The pedal controls both the aspiration and eje ...


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Roger G Little: Integrated solar cell and battery. Spice Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, April 26, 1988: US04740431 (84 worldwide citation)

An integrated solar cell and battery are described, together with a process of making the same. The integrated solar cell and battery are made by employing thin film deposition techniques on a substrate. Preferably first, a thin film solar cell is deposited on the substrate, as for example, by sputt ...


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Piran Sioshansi, Richard W Oliver: Ion implantation of plastic orthopaedic implants. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, July 28, 1992: US05133757 (80 worldwide citation)

A load-bearing plastic orthopaedic joint implant, formed aat least partially of UHMWPE or HDPE material, and a process of subjecting at least the load-bearing surface thereof to ion implantation so as to improve its surface characteristics are disclosed. Such improved surface characteristics result, ...


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Anton C Greenwald, Bobby L Buchanan: Process of making a ferroelectric electronic component and product. Spire Corporation, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, December 3, 1991: US05070026 (77 worldwide citation)

An improved process of making a ferroelectric electronic component, such as a non-volatile RAM or an electro-optic switching array, is disclosed. The process essentially includes the separate formation of two subassemblies and then connecting them by placing one on top of the other. Electrical conta ...


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Dan Dyrek: Versatile therapeutic cold pack. Ergomed, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, April 25, 1995: US05409500 (69 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic cold pack is provided for temporary affixation to an area of the human body. The cold pack comprises a pair of hermetic barrier layers that are heat sealed together throughout a plurality of articulations defining a plurality of compartments. A refrigerant gel, such as ethylene glycol, ...


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Harry G Reimels, David A Walsh, Michael J Arsenault: Ophthalmic aspirator-irrigator with valve. Mentor O & O, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, August 16, 1988: US04764165 (67 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic aspirator-irrigator system for use during cataract surgery is disclosed. The system frees both hands of the surgeon for the surgical tasks and leaves the automatic operation of the system to a single control input operated by a foot pedal. The pedal controls both the aspiration and eje ...