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John S Fisher, Frederick Ahari, Lucjan J Hronowski: Bioabsorbable sealant. Bio SEAL, Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, February 3, 2004: US06685727 (284 worldwide citation)

Openings in a mammalian body made by any medical procedure or non-medical event are sealed with a bioabsorbable plug or sewn with a bioabsorbable suture. In one exemplary embodiment, the plug in dehydrated, unexpanded condition is pushed by a pushing device through the lumen of a needle until a firs ...


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Donald J Schumacher, William C Beckman: Data center cooling system. Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, April 23, 2002: US06374627 (176 worldwide citation)

A data center having multiple rows of computer racks for holding heat-generating computer equipment is cooled by a liquid overfeed air conditioning unit that provides supply air at a temperature of about forty degrees Fahrenheit (40° F. or lower). The air conditioning unit is positioned outside the ...


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Sheldon Kaplan: Automatic injector. Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, July 27, 2004: US06767336 (157 worldwide citation)

A first embodiment of an automatic injector employs less material and fewer parts by eliminating an outer housing required in earlier automatic injectors. In a second embodiment, a manually operated sharps protector is provided. In a third embodiment, the sharps protector is deployed by a spring pos ...


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John Francis Baxter Jr: Desktop telephony system. BaxTech Asia, Courtney M Dunn, Smith & Hopen P A, March 9, 2010: US07676026 (136 worldwide citation)

A telephony system providing automated authentication, adaptive navigation, full voice dictation and outbound calling.


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Jerry Scarborough, Matthew C Scarborough, Bradley J Florin: Graphic user interface display method. EZ Online Network, Anton J Hopen, Smith & Hopen P A, March 5, 2002: US06353448 (124 worldwide citation)

A method of displaying graphic user interface layouts including the steps of accessing a data repository storing an instruction set for constructing a graphic user interface layout through a network connection, rendering the graphic user interface layout associated with the instruction set and reduc ...


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John S Fisher: Emboli capturing device. Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, March 11, 2003: US06530940 (119 worldwide citation)

A balloon angioplasty apparatus includes a guide wire, a balloon catheter, and a guide catheter. The balloon catheter has slots formed in it to define a plurality of elongate members between the slots. A joint is formed at the proximal, distal, and mid-point of each elongate member. Displacing the p ...


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Jinhui Zhai, Israel J Morejon: Semiconductor lighting device with reflective remote wavelength conversion. LEDnovation, Molly L Sauter, Smith & Hopen P A, April 12, 2011: US07923741 (114 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor lighting device includes at least one semiconductor light emitter and at least one wavelength converting element, physically separated from the light emitter. At least one wavelength converting element has a reflective member underneath it, so that both primary light and converted li ...


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John S Fisher, Frederick Ahari, Lucjan J J Hronowski: Bioabsorbable sealant. Biopsy Sciences, Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, July 15, 2003: US06592608 (103 worldwide citation)

Openings in a mammalian body made by any medical procedure or non-medical event are sealed with a bioabsorbable plug or sewn with a bioabsorbable suture. In one exemplary embodiment, the plug in dehydrated, unexpanded condition is pushed by a pushing device through the lumen of a needle until a firs ...


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Mark E Kirby: Tile spacer and leveler. Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, August 21, 2007: US07257926 (99 worldwide citation)

A method for installing tiles includes the steps of positioning a base in overlying relation to cementitious material. First and second spacer arms are formed on the base in normal relation to one another. Preselected corners of four tiles are positioned in overlying relation to the base and are spa ...


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John S Fisher: Dual action aspiration biopsy needle. Biopsy Sciences, Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, June 21, 2005: US06908440 (99 worldwide citation)

A biopsy needle scrapes tissue of cellular size from a lesion during repeated proximal-to-distal thrusts of the needle along its longitudinal axis of symmetry. A first sharp edge, formed by a beveled distal end of the needle, scrapes tissue during proximal-to-distal travel of the needle. A second sh ...