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Peter W Fajkowski: Method and apparatus for coupon management and redemption. Roy Kiesel & Tucker, May 18, 1999: US05905246 (432 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system for the electronic management and redemption of coupons. The system includes an integrated coupon card comprising a microprocessor, a random access memory, a scanner, and a communications port. The coupon card is capable of scanning coupon bar codes from paper ...


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William H Lewis: Portable system for personal identification based upon distinctive characteristics of the user. Roy Kiesel & Tucker, April 10, 2001: US06213391 (243 worldwide citation)

A system for identifying an individual is determined either by generating an identification profile based on a distinctive biometric characteristic possessed by that person (e.g. voice analysis, finger print, facial scan, DNA etc.), or by means of verifying some digital “signature” representation as ...


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Douglas W McKay: Spinal fixation device and method. September 28, Roy Kiesel & Tucker, December 17, 1996: US05584831 (199 worldwide citation)

A spinal column fixation device and method is disclosed. Generally, the device contains a pedicle screw that has a first and second end. The first end of the screw has a threaded portion and the second end has a spherical handle. Also included will be a clamping apparatus that will clamp onto the sp ...


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Michael T Portwood, John W Portwood: System and method for improving compliance of a medical regimen. Roy Kiesel & Tucker, September 14, 1999: US05950630 (147 worldwide citation)

A system and method for improving compliance by a patient with a medical regimen that has been prescribed to the patient wherein utilizing computer and electronic communication systems, patient data is compared to pharmaceutical data to verify prescribed drug dosage and prescribed medication duratio ...


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Gary E Alexander: Apparatus for securing intravenous or intracavity medical tubing. Medisys Technologies, Roy Kiesel & Tucker, March 5, 1996: US05496283 (109 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an apparatus for preventing tug trauma to a patient's skin caused by movement of a tube having an insertion means which may be inserted into the patient's skin, comprising a member having a first side and a second side, a retaining structure affixed to the first side, the r ...


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Gary E Alexander: Apparatus and method for preventing tug trauma to intravenous or intracavity insertion sites. Medisys Technologies, Roy Kiesel & Tucker, October 28, 1997: US05681290 (82 worldwide citation)

A tube securing device, and methods for using same, for preventing tug trauma to an intravenous or intracavity insertion site caused by movement of tubing is provided which comprises a flexible member, preferably disk-shaped, having a tube-securing structure affixed to one side and an adhesive appli ...


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John E Prevost, Robert D Clay, John R Fielding: Process for extracting lipids and organics from animal and plant matter or organics-containing waste streams. PreWell Industries L L C, Roy Kiesel & Tucker, January 13, 1998: US05707673 (57 worldwide citation)

In a solvent extraction process for the extraction of an extractive from extractive-containing material employing in an extraction zone operating under extraction conditions a process solvent, whereby a miscella comprising a portion of the process solvent and a portion of the extractive, and an extr ...


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Michael R Schilling, Daniel Paul Corn: Storm drain liner. Pactec, Roy Kiesel & Tucker, July 11, 2000: US06086758 (53 worldwide citation)

A drain filtering system is disclosed, comprising a filter placed within a basket which is suspended from frame positioned underneath a drain grate atop the inlet to a storm drain. The filter is constructed from materials which filter out heavy metals and hydrocarbons from the water passing through. ...


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Wilton J Pino: Flush relief valve having improved vacuum breaker. Roy Kiesel & Tucker, May 8, 2001: US06227219 (46 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for delaying initiation of a successive flush cycle in a plumbing system utilizing a diaphragm flush valve having an improved relief valve assembly structured to delay after initiation of an initial flushing cycle the resetting of the relief valve sleeve member in a position for a successi ...


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Jerry Jones, Harry Knight, Kinsey Estess, Ernest R New: Turf aeration device. Southern Green, Roy Kiesel & Tucker, November 5, 1996: US05570746 (46 worldwide citation)

A turf aeration device is provided, comprising a wheeled frame having a journalled drive shaft, wherein the frame is attachable to a pulling vehicle having a power take-off capability. Balanced chain and sprocket assemblies are used to transfer power from the power take-off to the drive shaft, and a ...