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David I Schaffer: Occludable catheter. Oltman and Flynn, July 4, 1995: US05429616 (267 worldwide citation)

A catheter apparatus for insertion into a blood vessel includes a tubular catheter hub, having a side wall with a side wall portion formed of deformable material, and having a proximal end, a distal end, and a mechanism for inwardly collapsing the side wall portion to occlude the apparatus, resilien ...


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Jerrold S Pine: Partitionable display system. Oltman and Flynn, January 30, 1996: US05488496 (234 worldwide citation)

An apparatus to display images with partitionable regions allowing visible, invisible, and narrow field of view of displayed information includes a polarizing means to form a plane polarized light background from incident light, a liquid crystal panel capable of forming cross-polarized images agains ...


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Gaylord R Shirley, Daniel J Chiodo: Disposable automatic lancet. Packaging Corporation International, Oltman and Flynn, September 10, 1985: US04539988 (221 worldwide citation)

A disposable automatic surgical lancet having a plastic spring arm molded integral with a central frame piece which is part of the housing. The free end of the spring arm carries a holder for a lancet blade or needle. The spring arm can be cocked in a retracted, stressed position from which it is re ...


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Joseph Maggio: Disposable automatic lancet. Medicore, Oltman and Flynn, December 29, 1987: US04715374 (179 worldwide citation)

A disposable automatic lancet which can be used only once. A lancet blade is on a spring arm in a housing, and the spring arm is cocked just before the lancing procedure by pulling a flexible line extending through an opening in the housing. After cocking, the pull line may be broken off so that it ...


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Daniel J Chiodo, Joseph A Maggio: Automatic lancet device. Medicore, Oltman and Flynn, July 4, 1989: US04844095 (174 worldwide citation)

A reusable automatic lancet device having a removable finger rest with an opening for passing the lancet needle to prick a patient's finger below the finger rest. A pivoted arm which holds the lancet needle is locked in a cocked position before the finger rest is inserted and it is released in respo ...


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Brett A Miller, Daniel Pitton: Vehicle blind spot detector. Oltman and Flynn, September 15, 1987: US04694295 (169 worldwide citation)

The driver, in trying to manage the directional control of his vehicle, is often seen rotating his head or torso beyond 90 degrees (past perpendicular) in an effort to gain intelligence about what competing vehicles are flanking his "blindsides." Such a competing vehicle may occupy that area in the ...


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Robert W Chapman: Global status and position reporting system. Oltman and Flynn, April 2, 1996: US05504491 (147 worldwide citation)

A global status and position reporting system for a remote unit having a status and position transmit/receive unit with at least one status and/or event input connected to a respective status and/or event sensor for reporting at least one system status and/or event and position of the remote unit, a ...


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Paul N Ware: Personal universal identity card system for failsafe interactive financial transactions. Oltman and Flynn, November 17, 1987: US04707592 (134 worldwide citation)

A financial card transaction system for protecting the financial transactions against fraud, by reducing the dissemination of the cardholder's account code and the transaction data. The system includes a plurality of retail sales, each having a card reader that is connected by data channels to a tra ...


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Ghenz Kosova: Running shoe. Oltman and Flynn, January 8, 1985: US04492046 (133 worldwide citation)

A running shoe has a longitudinal slot in the sole extending from its back edge into the arch region and dividing the shoe sole into upper and lower segments. A spring wire in this slot decreases the velocity of the heel impact and then, as the runner's weight shifts forward onto the ball and toes o ...


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Anthony Bonito, Michael Appelton: Automatic golf scoring and scheduling system. Golf Scoring Systems Unlimited, Oltman and Flynn, June 30, 1992: US05127044 (108 worldwide citation)

An electronic golf scoring system which includes a scoring subsystem installed for example in a golf cart or carried manually on the golf course; a handicap subsystem installed for example in a fixed location, e.g. in a clubhouse or the like; a portable data memory device that serves for transferrin ...