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C John Schoof II: Method and apparatus for providing adaptive administration and control of an electronic conference. NetMedia, Ogram & Teplitz, August 8, 1995: US05440624 (156 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus to conduct automatically, and moderate absolutely, a networked electronic conference to provide order, maintain constant control, and ensure the best dissemination of information possible. A defined but flexible rule base governs the conference, as executed and interpreted by ...


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James Scott, Chet Ross: Intravenous tube holder. Scott Ross Designs, Ogram & Teplitz, May 31, 1994: US05316246 (119 worldwide citation)

An intravenous tube holder having positioned along one edge, a plurality of clips for securing the holder to an intravenous tube. On the opposite edge, a writing surface is provided for either the writing of medical instructions or for the attachment of a label giving identification and instructions ...


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Terrence R Langford: Endoscope cleaner/sterilizer. KEW Import Export, Ogram & Teplitz, August 22, 1995: US05443801 (99 worldwide citation)

A cleansing/sterilizing apparatus which is a transportable apparatus and method for inside-outside and sterilization of various complex reusable medical/dental instruments, including but not limited to laparoscopic instruments and dental handpieces. The apparatus avoids the use of heat, pressure, se ...


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Robert C Dougherty: Illuminated hose. Durodyne, Ogram & Teplitz, July 23, 1996: US05539624 (98 worldwide citation)

An enhanced hose for use in fuel transfer and the like. Embedded within the hose's body are fiber-optic fibers in which light is transmitted. At predefined locations on the hose, selected portions of said fiber-optic fibers are exposed and structured to permit light to escape. Structuring of the fib ...


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Marco A M De Faria Correa: Endoscope viewing cannula and surgical techniques. Very Inventive Physicians, Ogram & Teplitz, September 12, 1995: US05448990 (91 worldwide citation)

An improved endoscope assembly for exploratory and general surgery which permits exceptional vision while eliminating the requirement of both washing of the lense and expansion of the body cavity. Using a standard endoscope, a housing is placed over the end of the endoscope. The housing is equipped ...


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Melvin D Clark: Apparatus for assist in recycling of refuse. Ogram & Teplitz, November 2, 1993: US05257577 (84 worldwide citation)

An apparatus which collects recyclable refuse in sorted compartments. Through either automatic sensors or through an operator panel, the apparatus determines the contents of the refuse and directs it to the proper compartment or container. In this manner, recyclable material such as aluminum cans, g ...


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Marco A M De Faria Correa, Julio Hochberg: Endoscopic technique particularly suited for exploratory surgery. Very Inventive Physicians, Ogram & Teplitz, July 9, 1996: US05533496 (56 worldwide citation)

Improved exploratory, pre- and post- surgical techniques are now available due to an improved endoscope which uses a housing with a window member thereon. Due to the window's angle and the air-pocket between the viewing tip of the endoscope and the window, exceptional vision is provided without the ...


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Richard M Forrest, James Casady: Arrow tip for hunting. Ogram & Teplitz, October 17, 1995: US05458341 (55 worldwide citation)

An improved arrow tip suitable for hunting and an arrow assemblage associated therewith. The arrow tip has a tapered main body with four slots therein. Two fixed blades 180 degrees apart, are secured at the rear of the main body and at a swivel point; these fixed blades are removable, permitting the ...


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Warren E Faidley: Mobile camera mount. Ogram & Teplitz, September 21, 1993: US05246193 (53 worldwide citation)

A mobile camera mounting device suitable for use within a vehicle for filming activities exterior to the vehicle. The mount, using two suction cups, attaches to the windshield and is secured thereto. The suction cups are attached via swivel blocks to the camera mount. The camera attaches to a horizo ...


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Terrence R Langford: Sharps destruction apparatus. KEW Import Export, Ogram & Teplitz, August 15, 1995: US05441622 (48 worldwide citation)

A hygienic apparatus which totally dissolves sharps from such places as health-care centers, operating rooms laboratories, and the like. The apparatus accepts all sorts of metal sharp instruments. The sharp metal portion is removed from any plastic component of the instrument. The plastic components ...