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Helmut Masch: Intravascular catheter. Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, March 1, 1988: US04728319 (335 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter includes a flexible guide wire mounted for relative rotational and reciprocal movements within a reciprocal and flexible first tube. A rotary and flexible second tube is mounted on the first tube to define an annular passage therebetween and has a rotary inner cutting head ...


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Helmut Masch: Intravascular catheter and method. Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, September 29, 1987: US04696667 (297 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter includes a flexible guide wire mounted for relative rotational and reciprocal movements within a reciprocal and flexible first tube or sheath. A rotary and flexible second tube is mounted for relative reciprocal movement on the first tube and has a rotary inner cutting head ...


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Peretz Glikfeld, Christopher Cullander, Robert S Hinz, Richard H Guy: Device for iontophoretic non-invasive sampling or delivery of substances. The Regents of The University of California, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, January 18, 1994: US05279543 (219 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an vitro device for the removal of ionized substances from a membrane sample without mechanical penetration, which device comprises:


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Charles L Byers, Gerald E Loeb, Michael M Merzenich, Stephen J Rebscher: Intracochlear electrode array. The Regents of the University of California, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, April 11, 1989: US04819647 (218 worldwide citation)

An electrode array for implantation in a human cochlea. The array includes a spiral-shaped resilient carrier which generally conforms to the shape of the scala tympani of the cochlea. The carrier supports eight electrode pairs, with each electrode having an associated lead. The leads are arranged in ...


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Richard Guy, Girish Rao: Method for the iontophoretic non-invasive-determination of the in vivo concentration level of an inorganic or organic substance. The Regents of the University of California, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, November 8, 1994: US05362307 (210 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an vitro device for the removal of ionized substances from a membrane sample without mechanical penetration, which device comprises:


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Thomas Young: Force sensitive touch panel. Paragon Systems, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, August 31, 1993: US05241308 (196 worldwide citation)

A touch panel generates any of a plurality of different signals that are selected by touching different specific areas of a panel member. Spaced apart supports at the edges of the touch sensitive area hold a panel member in spaced apart relationship to the underlying surface. Force sensitive circuit ...


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Steven G Kramer, Edward Q Yavitz: Ophthalmologic surgical instrument. The Regents of the University of California, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, August 25, 1987: US04688570 (193 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument in the form of a template comprises at least one slit formed therethrough to guide either pivotal or dragging cutting movement of a surgical blade of a scalpel therein. The instrument is preferably fixedly held, by suction, over a body area to be incised. In one embodiment, the ...


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Emil A Tanagho, Richard A Schmidt, Curtis A Gleason, Tom F Lue: Method and system for controlling bladder evacuation. Regents of the University of California, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, August 26, 1986: US04607639 (176 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling the function of a bladder, includes identification of the anatomical location of at least one nerve controlling the muscles for the bladder and/or its sphincter and positioning of an electrode on the nerve to selectively stimulate the nerve for continence and evacuation purp ...


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Charles B Clupper, Robert J Mathews: Data acquisition device. U S Computer Systems, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, August 30, 1988: US04768228 (173 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for receiving, detecting and storing a series of discrete bits of data transmitted in conjunction with a video signal wherein only a portion of the transmitted data is read and saved.


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Curtis A Gleason, Marshall L Stoller, Tom F Lue, Richard A Schmidt, Emil A Tanagho: Implantable nerve stimulation device. Regents of the University of California, Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, March 10, 1992: US05094242 (169 worldwide citation)

An electro-acupuncture system comprises a transmitter for emitting high frequency magnetic energy pulses and a receiver, sealed within an implantable "thumb-tack" shaped device, for receiving and converting such pulses into stimulating pulses of current. The device comprises a head having an exposed ...