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Elger W McNamara: Diabetic insulin alarm system. Spensley Horn & Lubitz, December 18, 1979: US04178916 (263 worldwide citation)

The disclosed Diabetic Insulin Alarm System is designed to monitor certain physiological conditions of the wearer associated with insulin shock. The system includes means to sense such physiological conditions of the wearer and to produce an electrical output. This output actuates a pulse generator ...


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Kazuo Inamori: Golf club head with ceramic face plate. Kyoto Ceramic, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, August 17, 1976: US03975023 (193 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a golf club head capable of increasing the flying distance of the ball hit in a substantial degree, imparting a refreshing feeling of ball hitting to the player and being manufactured at low cost and durable for long time use by fixing the striking face of the club head wit ...


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John W Tarzwell: Probe device for integrated circuit wafers. Cerprobe Corporation, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, July 17, 1979: US04161692 (160 worldwide citation)

A probe device for testing integrated circuit wafers is disclosed. The probe device comprises a support means, which has metallized portions, and an aperture. A plurality of "L" shaped holding means, each having a thin metallized surface, are coupled to metallized portions of the support means so th ...


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Haruyuki Kawahara, Masaya Hirabayashi: Device for implanting an artificial endosseous element of ceramics and an implant method for use of the device. Kyoto Ceramic, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, April 12, 1977: US04016651 (155 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a device for implanting an artificial endosseous element of ceramics in the fields of dentistry, oral surgery and orthopedics, comprising an implant screw pin and more than one nut element in combination with said screw pin primarily for securely holding said screw pin ...


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Haruyuki Kawahara, Masaya Hirabayashi: Device for implanting an artificial endosseous element of ceramics and an implant method for use of the same. Kyoto Ceramic Kabushiki Kaisha, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, May 2, 1978: US04086701 (146 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a device for implanting an artificial endosseous element of ceramics in the field of dentistry, oral surgery and orthopedics, comprising an implant screw pin and a flange member or flange members. The present invention provides an implant element which is adapted for us ...


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William F McLaughlin: Dual flow encatheter. Spensley Horn & Lubitz, June 27, 1978: US04096860 (136 worldwide citation)

The following specification discloses an encatheter adapted for biaxial flow for receipt of a syringe at one end with a main axial passage interconnecting a plastic or teflon insertion conduit at the other end adapted for placement in a blood vessel with a needle. The hub in its main axial passage, ...


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Noel H Eberhardt, Ron F Keller: Illumination-panel for liquid crystal display of similar device. Intel Corporation, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, August 23, 1977: US04043636 (135 worldwide citation)

An illumination panel for the enhancement of image brightness of a liquid crystal display for a watch or similar device is disclosed. The panel has an internal light source with a suitably shaped and reflectorized coating to substantially direct internal and external light in the desired direction. ...


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Baerg William: Gas reactor for depositing thin films. Intel Corporation, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, December 17, 1974: US3854443 (131 worldwide citation)

A gas reactor for depositing thin films such as silicon dioxide, the lid of the reactor includes a plurality of concentric rings and a plurality of ports disposed between adjacent rings, a generally radial flow above the specimens is maintained in the reactor.


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Bobby E Black: Method for making a pipe coupling. PSI Products, Spensley Horn & Lubitz, March 15, 1977: US04011652 (119 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method for making an electrically insulative coupling which is inserted between and coupled to two lengths of metallic pipe. The method comprises the steps of machining one end of two short sections of metallic pipe to provide a circumferential groove, inserting O rings on ...


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Sturman Oded E, Grill Benjamin, Froman Yigal: Fluid control system. Spensley Horn & Lubitz, July 2, 1974: US3821967 (106 worldwide citation)

A battery operated fluid control system, which may be used in a sprinkler system having a master valve unit with a battery operated electronic clock therein for periodically opening the valve for a preset duration in response to the clock turn-on pulse, and being operable with one or more slave valv ...