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Joshua Makower: Device, system and method for intersititial transvascular intervention. Transvascular, Sereboff & Buyan, November 3, 1998: US05830222 (527 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for utilizing the vascular system as a conduit to reach other vascular and extravascular locations within the body. Included are methods for revascularization wherein the extravascular passageways are formed to permit blood flow between vascular locations. Also included are meth ...


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Douglas Cassel: Automated syringe filling system for radiographic contrast agents and other injectable substances. Sereboff & Buyan, June 15, 1999: US05911252 (153 worldwide citation)

A system and method for automated filling of one or more medical syringes with desired volume(s) and concentration(s) of an injectate solution, such as a contrast solution usable for medical imaging procedures (e.g., x-ray, MRI, ultrasound). The system may incorporate an automated syringe magazine w ...


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Robert E Nasburg: Traffic surveillance and simulation apparatus. Condition Monitoring Systems, Sereboff & Buyan, September 1, 1998: US05801943 (131 worldwide citation)

A wide area surveillance system for application to large road networks is described. The system employs smart sensors to identify plural individual vehicles in the network. These vehicles are tracked on an individual basis, and the system derives the behavior of the vehicle. Furthermore, the system ...


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Shaun Astarabadi: Automated retrieval of voice mail using speech recognition. Toshiba America Information Systems, Steven C Sereboff & Buyan Sereboff, October 13, 1998: US05822405 (120 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the invention, a traveler can use a portable computer to automatically retrieve voice mail from a PBX-based voice mail system or a telephone answering machine. The computer has a modem, an audio output system (e.g., SoundBlaster card and speakers) and a special program. During a t ...


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Tyson N Onaga: Network device discovery and status information distribution using independent information distribution processes. Toshiba America Information Systems, Steven C Sereboff, Riva W Sereboff & Buyan Bickel, January 19, 1999: US05862404 (85 worldwide citation)

In a networked system having workstations, file servers and intelligent peripheral devices, the intelligent peripheral devices are capable of determining information concerning their device status and communicating the device status information via a communications line. The file server obtains the ...


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Douglas Cassel: Medical syringe holding/transport apparatus. Sereboff & Buyan, October 20, 1998: US05823363 (59 worldwide citation)

An article of manufacture which is constructed to receive and hold a plurality of syringes of differing size. The article comprises a substantially rigid frame having a plurality of syringe-receiving cavities formed therein. Each of the syringe-receiving cavities is sized and configured to receive a ...


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Hampar L Karageozian, Vicken H Karageozian, Maria Christina Kenney, Jose Luis Gutierrez Flores, Gabriel Arturo Carpio Aragon, Anthony B Nesburn: Method for accelerating clearance of hemorrhagic blood from the vitreous humor with hyaluronidase. Advanced Corneal Systems, Sereboff & Buyan, February 2, 1999: US05866120 (41 worldwide citation)

A thimerosal-free hyaluronidase preparation wherein the preferred hyaluronidase enzyme is devoid of molecular weight fractions below 40,000 MW, between 60-70,000 MW and above 100,000 MW. Also disclosed is a method for accelerating the clearance of hemorrhagic blood from the vitreous humor of the eye ...


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Ronald J Solar: Hydraulic method and apparatus for uniform radial compression and catheter mounting of radially expandable intraluminal stents and stented grafts. Sereboff & Buyan, September 22, 1998: US05810838 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for mounting a radially expandable intraluminal stent or stented graft onto a delivery catheter. The apparatus comprises a hollow housing defining an interior chamber and a fluid port which communicates with the interior chamber. Disposed within the interior chamber of the housing is a ...


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John T Sorensen: Rotary device for removing ophthalmic lens. Optex Ophthalmologics, Sereboff & Buyan, February 16, 1999: US05871492 (25 worldwide citation)

A system and method for reducing and removing and ophthalmic lens of a mammalian eye. The system includes a rotary lens-reducing probe device of either straight or curved configuration, said probe device comprising a tubular outer sheath through which a rotatable drive shaft extends. A rotating lens ...


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Forrest B Fencl, Robert Scheir, Robert M Culbert: Method of UV distribution in an air handling system. Steril Aire U, Steven C Sereboff & Buyan Sereboff, October 6, 1998: US05817276 (25 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus wherein a germicidal lamp's tube is positioned in a particular manner relative to the HVAC system such that the system coil and drain pan components are subjected to UVC radiation and an increased flux density of photons emitted therefrom, and the photons are continuously refl ...