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Robert S Blackwood, Rex L Biggerstaff, L Davis Clements, C Rinn Cleavelin: Gaseous process and apparatus for removing films from substrates. FSI Corporation, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Palmatier & Sjoquist, June 7, 1988: US04749440 (352 worldwide citation)

A process for removing at least a portion of a film from a substrate, such as a wafer of silicon or other similar materials, the film on the substrate typically being an oxide film, maintaining the atmosphere embracing the substrate at near room temperature and at near normal atmospheric pressure, f ...


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Dean C Jeutter: Position sensitive power transfer antenna. Spinal Cord Society, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, May 24, 1994: US05314453 (233 worldwide citation)

A power supply implanted behind a tissue barrier in a human body and operating a medical device and incorporating a high frequency power receiver antenna coil; a transmitter having a high frequency transmitter antenna coil generating high frequency power and transmitting the power from the transmitt ...


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Dennis R Walstrom, Steven R Maslonka, Wade J Scoles: Drug delivery device. Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, January 12, 1993: US05178138 (228 worldwide citation)

A spacer for delivering a maximum amount of a therapeutic agent to the lungs. The spacer may be connected in the inspiratory line running from a mechanical ventilator or hand held and operated manually by the nonintubated, spontaneously breathing patient or the intubated, spontaneously breathing pat ...


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Philip O Isaacson, David W Gadtke: Offset pulse oximeter sensor. Nonin Medical, Palmatier Sjoquist Voigt & Christensen P A, September 1, 1998: US05800349 (192 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, a transmittance pulse oximeter sensor having an emitter that is offset from the detector. Offsetting the emitter and detector allows more light to pass through a thin tissue pulsating arterial bed than does a vertically aligned design. The offset between the ...


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Guido Pasquali, Lorenzo Pasquali: Procedure for the preparation of borders of chip-board panels to be covered subsequently. Media Profili s r l, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, July 18, 1995: US05433806 (164 worldwide citation)

Improved procedure for the preparation of borders of elements in wood particles, particularly for the formation of small doors, and panels so obtained, characterized by the fact of:


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David B Hames: Adsorbent neutralizer. John M Norton, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, December 29, 1992: US05174462 (160 worldwide citation)

An adsorbent neutralizer for absorbing, without disguising, odorous gases from soiled matter in a relatively large container having a closable opening at least the size of a hand. The adsorbent neutralizer is contained in a perforated receptacle and may be engaged relative to the container via adhes ...


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David B Lura: Gas sensor. Aequitron Medical, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, October 4, 1994: US05351522 (146 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an oxygen sensor which measures the concentration of oxygen based upon ultrasonic sound waves traveling through a binary gas. The measured sound-wave delay through the gases determines the concentration level for oxygen within the transducer chamber. The invention includes a ...


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Jeffrey J Stoen, Lynn O Ringdahl: Foldable platform wheelchair lift with safety barrier. Crow River, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, March 28, 1995: US05401135 (137 worldwide citation)

A wheelchair lifting platform device for raising or lowering of a wheelchair into or out of a vehicle. The invention includes a barrier safety mechanism which is connected to a wheelchair platform. The barrier safety mechanism includes a barrier plate and an activator flipper plate. The barrier plat ...


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Rex L Biggerstaff, Charles W Skinner, Daniel J Syverson, Mark L Jenson, James G Kegley: Apparatus for wafer processing with in situ rinse. FSI International, Palmatier & Sjoquist, December 8, 1992: US05169408 (133 worldwide citation)

A wafer processing apparatus including a head defining an etching chamber, the sidewall of the head being slidable along the base so that the sidewall and base will normally define an etch chamber; and the sidewall may be moved upwardly to open a discharge passage for rinsing water, and a deflecting ...


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James R Newton: Magnetically controllable hearing aid. Argosy Electronics, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, August 19, 1997: US05659621 (123 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling an adjustable operational parameter of a hearing aid by the use of an external magnetic actuator held in proximity with the hearing aid. The hearing aid has a microphone for generating signals, hearing aid circuitry for processing the signals, an output transducer for tr ...