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Kano Tsuyoshi, Saitoh Tadashi, Suzuki Atsushi, Suzuki Teruki, Minagawa Shigekazu, Otomo Yoshiro: Multi-color semiconductor lamp. Hitachi, Stewart and Kolasch, April 1, 1975: US3875456 (337 worldwide citation)

A multi-color semiconductor lamp comprising a plurality of light emitting diodes disposed close to one another and respectively emitting the light of different colors and a light scattering layer covering these light emitting diodes.With this device, light emitted from any one of the plurality of li ...


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Davis Hugh J: Method for mechanically applying an occlusion clip to an anatomical tubular structure. Stewart and Kolasch, December 24, 1974: US3856016 (209 worldwide citation)

An occlusion clip which includes two laterally spaced clip portions interconnected at both ends by connecting portions and provided with indexing means in one connecting portion, and an instrument for applying the occlusion clip which includes two jaws movable relative to one another adjacent one en ...


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In Bae Yoon: Method of applying an elastic ring to an anatomical tubular structure. Stewart and Kolasch, November 2, 1976: US03989049 (181 worldwide citation)

A ring applicator device for use in applying an elastic occluding ring to an anatomical tubular structure which comprises an inner cylinder slidably disposed within an outer cylinder, forceps means slidably disposed within said inner cylinder, means for moving said forceps means into and out of the ...


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In Bae Yoon: Device for sterilizing the human female or male by ligation. Stewart and Kolasch, July 6, 1976: US03967625 (138 worldwide citation)

A method for sterilizing the human female by tubal ligation comprising the use of a ring applicator device having forceps means slidably mounted inside a cylindrical tube for grasping the Fallopian tube and pulling it within the device and means for pushing or otherwise displacing an elastic or stre ...


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Junichiro Shigemasa: Optoelectric transducer. Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, Stewart and Kolasch, May 11, 1976: US03956017 (130 worldwide citation)

A metal layer made of a high heat conductivity material such as silver or aluminum is provided at the rear surface of a solar battery with the use of vacuum evaporation technology. A thermoelectric converter is attached to the metal layer in a manner to convert solar energy into electric energy by m ...


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Yoon In Bae: Occlusion ring and method and device for its application. Stewart and Kolasch, October 14, 1975: US3911923 (118 worldwide citation)

A ring applicator device for use in applying an elastic occluding ring to an anatomical tubular structure which comprises an inner cylinder slidably disposed within an outer cylinder, forceps means slidably disposed within said inner cylinder, means for moving said forceps means into and out of the ...


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Yoon In Bae: Device for sterilizing the human female or male by ligation. Stewart and Kolasch, March 11, 1975: US3870048 (91 worldwide citation)

A method for sterilizing the human female by tubal ligation comprising the use of a ring applicator device having forceps means slidably mounted inside a cylindrical tube for grasping the Fallopian tube and pulling it within the device and means for pushing or otherwise displacing an elastic or stre ...


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Maekawa Hideyuki, Nakanishi Masaichi: Compartmentalized container. Shionogi &, Stewart and Kolasch, December 24, 1974: US3856138 (79 worldwide citation)

A compartmentalized container for storing, mixing and dispensing a plurality of incompatible liquids which must be segregated prior to use, which container includes in combination; an outer and an inner cylindrical side wall components, a bottom plug and a closure cap means with a sealing member.Eac ...


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Hirokazu Fujii: Baseball bat. Stewart and Kolasch, June 15, 1976: US03963239 (63 worldwide citation)

A substantially hollow metallic ball bat being adaptable to a change in weight, center of gravity and impact resistance which comprises a generally cylindrical barrel portion and a generally cylindrical handle portion, said barrel portion being larger in diameter than said handle portion, and a hard ...


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Fujii Hirokazu: Baseball bat. Stewart and Kolasch, January 21, 1975: US3861682 (54 worldwide citation)

A metallic ball bat comprising a bat body made of a metallic tube material wherein a metallic sound arresting ring made of a rubber or plastic material is disposed inside the bat and advantageously in contact with a light-weight, hard, plastic cap which is inseparably inserted on the head of bat bod ...