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Clair L Strohl Jr, Michael C Ferragamo, Donald A Kay, Alan R Shapiro, Gary R Whipple: Method and apparatus for catheter location determination. Pharmacia Deltec, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, March 6, 1990: US04905698 (263 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus (10) for determining accurately the location of the tip (14) of a catheter (16) inside biological tissue is disclosed including a locator (34) having a coil (38) wound axially on a core (36) and a detector (12) in the form of a coil (28) wound on a core (24) removably position ...


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S Gregory Smith: Accommodating intraocular lens and method of implanting and using same. Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, June 27, 1989: US04842601 (222 worldwide citation)

A deformable intraocular lens includes first and second plastic lens members connected to each other adjacent their peripheral edges so as to provide a cavity therebetween. The connection is realized by means of a U-shaped flange on the first member forming an inwardly facing groove that receives th ...


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Harvey F Berg, Lyle Peterson, James E Leslie, Phong Doan: Drug delivery system. Deltec Systems, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, March 17, 1987: US04650469 (184 worldwide citation)

A system for delivering a drug to a patient according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown as being of modular construction including a control module and a reservoir module. The reservoir module is removably secured to the control module by a removable hinge member at one e ...


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Harvey F Berg, Lyle Peterson, James E Leslie: Drug delivery system. Deltec Systems, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, December 17, 1985: US04559038 (169 worldwide citation)

A system for delivering a drug to a patient according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown as being of modular construction including a control module and a reservoir module. The reservoir module is removably secured to the control module by a removable hinge member at one e ...


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David Wood, Randy Brunn: Mobile surface cleaning machine. Advance Machine Company, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, August 31, 1993: US05239720 (152 worldwide citation)

A surface cleaning machine (10) is disclosed in the preferred form as a combination sweeping-scrubbing apparatus including a sweeping brush (18) for sweeping debris into a hopper (20) and a one piece squeegee (112) for picking up solution after four staggered, disc brushes (122). The squeegee (112) ...


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Phong D Doan: Drug delivery system. Pharmacia Deltec, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, March 15, 1988: US04731058 (146 worldwide citation)

A system for delivering a drug to a patient according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown as including a plunger assembly reciprocally received in a reservoir for forcing the drug therefrom for delivery to the patient. The plunger assembly is axially advanced by the rotatio ...


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Cary W Armstrong, Patrick A Huttner, Everett E Johnson: Hard and soft floor surface cleaning apparatus. Advance Machine Company, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, October 10, 1995: US05455982 (146 worldwide citation)

Apparatus (10) is disclosed including an interchangeable brush (88) and either a removable vacuum shoe (38) for soft floor surfaces or removable squeegee and carriage assemblies (56, 68) for hard floor surfaces. A spindle (32) is rotatably mounted in the chassis (18) and includes first and second ar ...


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Gary R Whipple: Catheter attachment system. Pharmacia Deltec, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, October 16, 1990: US04963133 (123 worldwide citation)

This connection system has particular application to releasably securing a flexible elastic catheter to a rigid portal outlet stem received in the catheter lumen. The system includes a radial enlargement on the outlet stem and a retainer sleeve that slidably encircles the stem. The sleeve is slidabl ...


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Harvey F Berg: Locking mechanism for a drug delivery system. Deltec Systems, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, January 21, 1986: US04565542 (117 worldwide citation)

A locking mechanism according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in use with a drug delivery system having a control module and a reservoir module. The reservoir and control modules are removably hinged together at one end and are held by the locking mechanism of the prese ...


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David W Wood, Donald J Legatt, William F Allen: Automatic floor scrubber. Advance Machine Company, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, December 6, 1994: US05369838 (113 worldwide citation)

An automatic floor scrubber (10) is disclosed having its frame divided into a truck (12) and an upper assembly (14) isolated from each other by a multiplicity of elastomeric isolator mounts (106) arranged in a nonlinear fashion. The wheels (18, 20), the drive motor (22), the squeegee system (26), an ...