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Robert T Woodburn: Subcutaneous venous access device and needle system. Richard G Kinney, August 29, 1989: US04861341 (133 worldwide citation)

A system of a subcutaneous venous access device or injection port and needle, wherein the port includes a self-closing septum for repeatedly and periodically receiving a predetermined section of an injection needle, and which septum covers an injection-receiving chamber in communication with a vein. ...


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Houshang Lolachi: Flow system for centrifugal liquid processing apparatus. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Henry W Collins, Richard G Kinney, Eugene M Cummings, November 1, 1977: US04056224 (86 worldwide citation)

A seal-less disposable flow system for use in conjunction with a centrifugal liquid processing apparatus or the like wherein a rotor assembly for subjecting a liquid to be processed to centrifugation is rotatably mounted on a rotor drive assembly, which is rotatably mounted to a stationary base. The ...


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Herbert M Cullis: Centrifugal liquid processing apparatus with automatically positioned collection port. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Henry W Collins, Richard G Kinney, Eugene M Cummings, October 17, 1978: US04120448 (59 worldwide citation)

An intervivos blood processor includes a processing chamber wherein whole blood is separated into its red blood cell, white blood cell and plasma components in the presence of a centrifugal force field. The white blood cell component is removed from the chamber by means of a tubing segment having a ...


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James C Lawrence: Pump unloading trailer container for powdered bulk material. Richard G Kinney, April 6, 1993: US05199826 (53 worldwide citation)

A trailer especially useful for transporting and unloading bulk powdered material that tends to clump or clod under slight compacting is disclosed, which trailer includes a generally enclosed compartment for holding the bulk material, an air vent at an upward part of the compartment, and has a botto ...


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Charles A Skinner: Terminal housing for an electrical resistance heater. Electro Therm, Richard G Kinney, Eugene M Cummings, Henry W Collins, June 14, 1977: US04029896 (53 worldwide citation)

A terminal housing for surface-type resistance heating elements includes interlocking housing sections which snap together to form compartments in which connections to the heating elements are mechanically and electrically protected. The use of identical housing sections with integral locking and st ...


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Mirza A Khoja, George M Coker Jr: Drive system for a centrifugal liquid processing system. Baxter Laboratories, Eugene M Cummings, Richard G Kinney, October 19, 1976: US03986442 (47 worldwide citation)

A drive system for a centrifugal liquid processing apparatus or the like wherein a rotor assembly having a container for receiving a liquid to be processed by centrifugation is rotatably mounted on a rotor drive assembly, which in turn is rotatably mounted to a stationary base. Liquid communication ...


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Andrew H Daugherty: Telescoping portable lift. Vermette Machine Company, Richard G Kinney, January 29, 1991: US04987976 (43 worldwide citation)

A manually-operated portable lift which may telescopically raise its mast or post so as to raise a lifting platform above the lift's initial height. The lift may be folded up to a compact and easily-moved configuration for ease of transport and storage. The lift includes a base with built-in outrigg ...


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Edward P Yurko: Waste container-bag dispenser combination. Richard G Kinney, January 26, 1988: US04721226 (43 worldwide citation)

This invention is a waste container structured to receive and retain a commercially distributable bag dispenser box from a side opening in the bottom of the container. The bag dispenser box that is contemplated to be used in combination with this waste container is rectangular in shape and contains ...


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Isaac Hill: Instant mouse trap. Richard G Kinney, July 17, 1979: US04161079 (38 worldwide citation)

A disposable trap comprising odorless rubberized glue or like sticky surface for capturing a mouse or like pest, a cover over the surface which has provisions for at least one opening therein for allowing the mouse to enter, is disclosed, wherein a window or like is provided for allowing the user to ...


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E Dale Fenton: Trailer and trailer unloading system. Richard G Kinney, April 7, 1992: US05102286 (36 worldwide citation)

A trailer and method for unloading onto the ground or like surface using an unarticulated frame and no power sources other than the tractor or prime mover. The frame supports three rows of overlapping transverse rollers and has a tail-end roller substantially across its width. A wheeled carriage is ...



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