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Tonny Chen: Earphone/microphone assembly. E Lead Electronic, Alan D Kamrath Esq, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, November 3, 1998: US05832098 (92 worldwide citation)

An earphone/microphone assembly has a main body, an earphone/microphone union device, and a connection wire connected to the main body and the earphone/microphone union device. The main body has a base seat, a wire receiving disk disposed in the base seat, a plurality of annular bosses formed on the ...


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Richard Chao: Auxiliary lenses for eyeglasses. Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, October 22, 1996: US05568207 (79 worldwide citation)

An eyeglass device includes a primary and an auxiliary spectacle frames for supporting lenses. The primary spectacle frame includes two legs pivotally coupled to two side extensions and includes two magnetic members secured in the rear and side portions. The auxiliary spectacle frame includes two le ...


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John H Brekke, Richard D Coutts: Method and device for reconstruction of articular cartilage. THM Biomedical, Alan Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A Kamrath, May 18, 1999: US05904717 (50 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable device for facilitating healing of structural voids in bone, cartilage as well as soft tissue is disclosed in the most preferred form including a porous macrostructure made from a biodegradable polymer and a chemotactic ground substance in the form of an RGD attachment moiety of fibr ...


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John H Brekke, Timothy Ringeisen: Device and methods for in vivo culturing of diverse tissue cells. THM Biomedical, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, January 5, 1999: US05855608 (50 worldwide citation)

An anatomically specific, bioresorbable, implant device for facilitating the healing of voids in bone, cartilage and soft tissue is disclosed. A preferred embodiment of using the implant device for facilitating the healing of a human joint lesion includes a cartilage region invested with an alginate ...


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Chin Hua Hsieh: Circuit arrangement for a sanitary apparatus. Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, May 6, 1997: US05627375 (44 worldwide citation)

A circuit arrangement for controlling a sanitary device in a non-contact manner includes a pyroelectric sensing circuit for detecting a temperature in a predetermined location and outputting a signal, a microprocessor for receiving a signal from the pyroelectric sensing circuit and outputting a trig ...


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John H Brekke: Device and methods for in vivo culturing of diverse tissue cells. THM Biomedical, Alan Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A Kamrath, November 9, 1999: US05981825 (37 worldwide citation)

An anatomically specific, bioresorbable, implant device for facilitating the healing of voids in bone, cartilage and soft tissue is disclosed. A preferred embodiment of using the implant device for facilitating the healing of a human joint lesion includes a cartilage region invested with an alginate ...


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Ming tai Huang: Foldable toy shopping trolley. Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, September 10, 1996: US05553877 (32 worldwide citation)

A toy shopping trolley includes a base, a handle, a bracket and a seat, the base composed of a pair of frames and having wheels disposed on a bottom of each of the frames, the handle pivotally engaged to the pair of frames so as to be pivotally folded to be parallel to the base, the bracket having a ...


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Henry Lin: Heat-retaining coffee pot. Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, November 5, 1996: US05570623 (32 worldwide citation)

A heat retaining coffee pot comprises a tubular housing into which a hollow thermal insulating jacket is received with a glass, container received in the thermal insulating jacket. A lid unit is fitted to a top of the tubular housing and comprises an outer cover and an inner cover. A filter unit has ...


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John H Brekke: Method and apparatus for biodegradable, osteogenic, bone graft substitute device. THM Biomedical, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, May 26, 1998: US05755792 (30 worldwide citation)

Device and method for treating mammalian bone deficiencies, defects, voids and conformational discontinuities produced by congenital deformities, osseous and/or soft tissue pathology, traumatic injuries and functional atrophy is described. The device is a one piece molded body member composed of fou ...


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John B Davis, Robert C Bredt, Kent Carlson, Darren Reasy: Rotational control apparatus. Horton, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath P A, June 10, 1997: US05636719 (27 worldwide citation)

Rotational control apparatus in the forms of fan clutches (A, A') are shown including an eddy current drive (224). Specifically, the eddy current drive (224) includes a plurality of permanent magnets (226) mounted circumferentially spaced and with alternating polarity by a holder (228) to the input ...