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Remi Swierczek: Disposable skin perforator and blood testing device. Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, April 13, 1993: US05201324 (300 worldwide citation)

A device that pierces the skin due to the collapsing of dome between the fingertips. Immediately after a puncture is made, a blood or exudate sample can be collected on an absorbent test strip laminated on the pressure plate. Flow enhancement of blood or exudate from the puncture site is achieved by ...


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Remi Swierczek, Anatol Topolewski: Disposable skin perforator and blood testing device. Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, April 4, 1995: US05402798 (231 worldwide citation)

A device (20) that pierces the skin due to the collapsing of dome (1) between the fingertips. Immediately after a puncture is made, a blood or exudate sample can be collected. A shutter device (50) is incorporated into the skin perforator to prevent repeated use of the device.


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Christopher D Casscells: Coagulating cannula. Christopher D Casscells, Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, March 1, 1994: US05290282 (201 worldwide citation)

A coagulating cannula is described which effectively operates in a localized area quite rapidly, without the need for removal of motorized shaving instruments, by the incorporation of a selective manually operative electrocautery positioned at a distal end of the shaft of the cannula. The cannula in ...


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Gabor Kaszas, Judit E Puskas, Joseph P Kennedy: Uniform molecular weight polymers. Edison Polymer Innovation Corporation, Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, December 8, 1992: US05169914 (126 worldwide citation)

A method for producing polymers with narrow molecular weight distribution which involves combining (1) an initiator component of the formula ##STR1## in which R.sub.1, R.sub.2, and R.sub.3 are alkyl, aryl, or aralkyl groups, and can be the same or different, and X is an acetate, etherate, a hydroxyl ...


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Avraam Isayev: Self reinforced thermoplastic composite laminate. Edison Polymer Innovation Corporation, Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, January 4, 1994: US05275877 (117 worldwide citation)

A shaped reinforced thermoplastic composite, such as composite laminate (10 or 10A), comprises a thermoplastic matrix polymer (22) and a plurality of fibers (20) of a liquid crystal polymer (LCP) which are formed in situ in the matrix polymer. This composite is formed by forming a prepreg as a plura ...


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Winn L Rosch: Process and apparatus for reducing power usage microprocessor devices operating from stored energy sources. Prof Michael H Davis, Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, June 22, 1993: US05222239 (102 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for preparing said process for reducing the power consumption of microprocessor-based devices by reducing the frequency of the oscillator governing the logical operation of the microprocessor during periods of use in which system performance is not critical. In one embodiment ...


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Donald A Volk: Aspheric ophthalmic accommodating lens design for intraocular lens and contact lens. Oldham Oldham Wilson Co, December 22, 1992: US05173723 (98 worldwide citation)

A multifocal lens configuration is disclosed having a lens body with first and second surfaces wherein at least one of the surfaces is defined three dimensionally as being rotationally non-symmetric about the optical axis of the lens. The lens surface may be described and modeled as having angular z ...


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Frank W Harris, Stephen Z D Cheng: Negative birefringent polyimide films. The University of Akron, Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, September 6, 1994: US05344916 (95 worldwide citation)

A negative birefringent film, useful in liquid crystal displays, and a method for controlling the negative birefringence of a polyimide film is disclosed which allows the matching of an application to a targeted amount of birefringence by controlling the degree of in-plane orientation of the polyimi ...


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Funitaka Saito, Masami Akiyama: Ventilated seat. Tachi S, Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, April 7, 1992: US05102189 (90 worldwide citation)

A ventilated seat, in which air is flowed through a duct by means of a fan, and the air is effectively applied to an aromatic in a tray placed in the duct so as to emit a good smell from an air outlet hole on the surface of the seat.


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Philip H English: Portable beverage brewing device. Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, August 15, 1995: US05440972 (74 worldwide citation)

A portable beverage brewing device for brewing a single cup or other individual portion of a beverage in an automobile, boat, van, or other vehicle without distracting attention from driving or operating responsibilities. An anchored mounting base, a leveling plate and a clamp together support a cof ...