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John M Silva, R Kelly Crace: Interactive sports simulation system with physiological sensing and psychological conditioning. Richard E Jenkins, June 14, 1988: US04751642 (376 worldwide citation)

Interactive sports simulation system for providing an actual physical trial of the sports performance to be enacted. The system includes audiovisual means for simulating an actual competitive sports environment, sensors for measuring the sports performance and physiological performance of an athlete ...


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Joseph F Jackson, Steven S Gill: Surgical appliance for forming an opening through the skin. Pratt Burnerd International, Richard E Jenkins, January 5, 1988: US04716901 (288 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a surgical appliance for forming an opening through the skin of a patient and for distending the opening so formed. The appliance takes the form of a trocar which may comprise two separate components or two component portions formed by openings in a tube extending partially ...


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Steven S Gill, Joseph F Jackson: Expansible cannula. Richard E Jenkins, February 13, 1990: US04899729 (249 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a surgical cannula for introducing instruments, scopes or tubing into body cavities or organs. The cannula comprises a conical tubular stem which is formed of thin sheet material, such as beryllium copper, the sheet material being coiled or partially coiled so that if is cap ...


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David P Colvin, Bernard R Marsh: Transendoscopic implant capsule. Triangle Research and Development, The Johns Hopkins Univ, Richard E Jenkins, June 26, 1990: US04936823 (237 worldwide citation)

An implant capsule for insertion into a body canal to apply radiation treatment to a selected portion of the body canal. The device includes a body member defining at least one therapeutic treatment material receiving chamber and at least one resilient arm member associated with the body member for ...


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Jeffrey Keith Middleton: Spinal fixation system. Richard E Jenkins, Jeffrey L Wilson, Jennifer L Skord, May 4, 1999: US05899901 (180 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to apparatus for use in surgery. More specifically, it relates to a spinal fixation device which is adapted to engage a spinal body (e.g. vertebra, or sacrum) and to grip an elongate part, which may be a rod, bar, wire or the like. for convenience. Two or more such devices may ...


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David P Colvin, Raymond A Whitney, Bernard R Marsh, William M Kline, Ronald R Rizzo, Mark E Orlosky: Body lumen measuring instrument. Triangle Research and Development, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Evaluation Devices & Instruments, Richard E Jenkins, April 30, 1991: US05010892 (178 worldwide citation)

A body lumen measuring instrument for insertion into a body passageway such as a bronchial tube or the like in order to determine the interior lumen diameter and/or axial length of the passageway at a predetermined location. This instrument can also be used to aid selection of a radioisotope capsule ...


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Rix E Evans: Dosage inhalator with air flow velocity regulating means. Glaxo, Richard E Jenkins, November 10, 1992: US05161524 (163 worldwide citation)

A breath actuated inhalator having a primary and a secondary air flow conduit wherein regulator means are provided in the secondary air flow conduit to planate maximum air flow velocity through the inhaler. By optimizing air flow and velocity rate, the breath actuated inhalator prevents problems ass ...


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Gerald H Katzin: Injection site device having a safety shield. Ideation Enterprises, Richard E Jenkins, November 7, 1989: US04878897 (158 worldwide citation)

An injection site device having a shield extending outwardly from the tubular body thereof between the injection port and the outlet port in order to protect the fingers of the user when a needle is being introduced into the injection port of the injection site device.


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Robert A Casper, Michael L McCartney, Warren J Jochem, Alan F Parr: Medical capsule device actuated by radio-frequency (RF) signal. Glaxo, Richard E Jenkins, December 15, 1992: US05170801 (158 worldwide citation)

A medical capsule device for releasing a substance at a defined location in the gastrointestinal tract. The device has a capsule body defining one or more apertures in the circumferential wall thereof and a sleeve valve rotatably positioned therein having one or more corresponding apertures in the c ...


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Robert A Casper, Michael L McCartney, Warren J Jochem, Alan F Parr: Medical capsule device actuated by radio-frequency (RF) signal. Glaxo, Richard E Jenkins, December 1, 1992: US05167626 (153 worldwide citation)

A medical capsule device for releasing a substance at a defined location in the gastrointestinal tract. The device has a capsule body defining one or more apertures in the circumferential wall thereof and a sleeve valve rotatably positioned therein having one or more corresponding apertures in the c ...