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Ostap E Baran, Andrij O D Baran: Multiple surgical cuff. S C Yuter, January 3, 1984: US04423725 (420 worldwide citation)

A multiple surgical cuff for introduction into a body passage such as a trachea, bladder and urethra opening or artery comprising a tubular base member encircled by proximal, distal and middle double cuff members. The middle double cuff member comprises an inflatable tubular inner cuff member encirc ...


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Ostap E Baran: Double-wall surgical cuff. S C Yuter, November 29, 1983: US04417576 (180 worldwide citation)

A surgical cuff for introduction into a body passage such as a trachea of a surgical fluid such as an anesthetic comprises a tubular base member with an imperforate inflatable tubular inner cuff member encircling the tubular base member and a distensible tubular outer cuff member encircling the inne ...


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Eugene H Perlman, Laurence MacNaughton III: Controller system or emulating local parallel minicomputer/printer interface and transferring serial data to remote line printer. Digital Associates Corporation, S C Yuter, February 3, 1987: US04641263 (79 worldwide citation)

A remote line printer system is used for printing on a line-by-line printer at a remote location. Data stored in a minicomputer and fed in parallel format from a print port. The minicomputer, which thinks it is driving a local printer, is connected to a microprocessor controlled transmitter which em ...


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James A Lindner, Roger E Desroches: Capillary blood sampling device. S C Yuter, November 22, 1983: US04416279 (69 worldwide citation)

An improved capillary blood sampling device comprising a longitudinal body having a finger position area at one end and a longitudinal access opening to receive a spring-operated lancet holder. The lancet holder is moved longitudinally by a rotatable operating member at the other end of the body. Ro ...


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Paul V DeLucia: Arrow system. S C Yuter, November 19, 1991: US05066021 (63 worldwide citation)

An archery arrow system incorporating a series of arrowheads each of which is capable of dampening the inertial shock that it transmits to the shaft it is mounted on during acceleration. The system includes a lightweight hunting arrowhead configured to force matter forward with a series of graduated ...


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Theodore Lasar: Device to control machines by voice. S C Yuter, June 23, 1981: US04275266 (60 worldwide citation)

A device to control machines by voice is disclosed which responds to a plurality of predetermined musical tones in a sequence to generate a digital control output signal. Audio conversion means convert the sequence of tones into a corresponding sequence of digital number signals which are temporaril ...


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Paul V DeLucia: Arrow system. S C Yuter, December 11, 1990: US04976443 (54 worldwide citation)

An archery arrow system incorporating a series of arrowheads each of which is capable of dampening the inertial shock that it transmits to the shaft it is mounted on during acceleration. The system includes a lightweight hunting arrowhead configured to force matter forward with a series of graduated ...


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Nathan Stulbach, Seymour C Yuter: Electric vehicle with downhill electro-generating system. Nathan Stulbach, S C Yuter, June 1, 1993: US05215156 (38 worldwide citation)

A vehicle having an electro-generating system which includes a dynamoelectric generator. The shaft of the dynamoelectric generator is linked directly or indirectly with the rotating axle of the road wheels of the vehicle, preferably via a mechanical turns amplifier. The turns amplifier will multiply ...


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Albert A Auerbach: Automatic detection and registration of failure condition in a cardiac pacer monitoring system. Medalert Corporation, S C Yuter, May 9, 1978: US04088139 (35 worldwide citation)

A pacer for cardiac pacing and condition monitoring in which the electrical characteristics of the pacer are altered upon a temporary or permanent change in monitored conditions, such as the failures defined as a "loss of capture" or a "failure to sense", in which the timed relationship between the ...


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James Y Fung: Heat exchanger. HXK, S C Yuter, May 24, 1983: US04384611 (34 worldwide citation)

A heat exchanger core is formed from a single foil strip folded into successive U-bends to define alternate fluid passages, with even-numbered passages being for hot fluid and odd-numbered passages being for cold fluid. The folded foil thus defines three walls of each passage with the remaining four ...