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Robert D Chiulli: Laparoscopic cannula. Scott R Foster, September 12, 1978: US04112932 (244 worldwide citation)

A cannula for surgical use comprising a base member having a bore therethrough, a tubular member bounding the bore and extending outwardly from a first side of the base member, and a turret member connected to a second side of the base member and having first and second aperture therein, the turret ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Razor blade assembly. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, May 6, 1986: US04586255 (96 worldwide citation)

A razor blade assembly comprising a molded plastic body member, a guard member mounted on the body member, blades are mounted on the body member, the body member including a back portion, the back portion having an opening therein, and an insert member fixed in the back portion opening, the insert m ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Razor blade assembly. The Gillette Company, Richard A Wise, Scott R Foster, June 2, 1981: US04270268 (68 worldwide citation)

A razor blade assembly including a body member, a guard member mounted on the body member for movement thereon, a blade member mounted on the body member for movement thereon, the guard member and the blade member being independently moveable in response to forces encountered during a shaving operat ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Razor blade assembly. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, November 11, 1986: US04621424 (65 worldwide citation)

A razor blade assembly comprising a blade disposed between skin engaging elements adapted in operation to engage a surface being shaved ahead and behind, respectively, of the blade, one of the skin-engaging elements being provided with a water leachable shaving aid, the blade being movable relative ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Razor blade assembly. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, March 4, 1986: US04573266 (58 worldwide citation)

A razor blade assembly comprising a blade disposed between skin engaging elements adapted in operation to engage a surface being shaved ahead and behind, respectively, of the cutting edge, the blade being movable relative to the elements in response to forces encountered during a shaving operation, ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Safety razor. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, December 18, 1984: US04488357 (58 worldwide citation)

A safety razor including a blade assembly and a handle assembly, the blade assembly including a blade having a cutting edge disposed between skin engaging elements adapted in operation to engage a surface being shaved ahead and behind, respectively, of the cutting edge, the blade being movable relat ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Razor blade assembly. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, January 8, 1985: US04492024 (57 worldwide citation)

A razor blade assembly comprising a blade disposed between skin engaging elements adapted in operation to engage a surface being shaved ahead and behind, respectively, of the blade, the blade being movable relative to the elements in response to forces encountered during a shaving operation, the bla ...


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Chester F Jacobson: Razor handle. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, May 8, 1984: US04446619 (55 worldwide citation)

A razor handle comprising a grip portion, a neck portion, a connector at a free end of the neck portion for connecting a shaving unit to the handle, and a pusher member molded integrally with the handle and movable in response to pressure applied thereon by an operator to cause a free end of the pus ...


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Robert D Chiulli: Device for repairing arteries. Medico Developments, Scott R Foster, August 2, 1977: US04038985 (53 worldwide citation)

The device comprises a substantially rigid member having a rounded first end and a body portion generally circular in cross section and conical in longitudinal section extending therefrom to a second end. The substantially rigid member has on the body portion thereof edge means extending generally l ...


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Jeffrey C Cerier, Robert A Trotta, Jill M Shurtleff: Shaving device. The Gillette Company, Scott R Foster, February 28, 1989: US04807360 (51 worldwide citation)

A plurality of individual thin-walled generally disk-shaped blades are resiliently mounted in an elastomeric pad. The elastomeric pad, with its individually mounted blades, is disposed over a flexible sponge-like member. The shaving device is flexible and maintains maximum skin contact regardless of ...