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David M DeLorme, Keith A Gray: Computer aided routing and positioning system. DeLorme Publishing Company, Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, September 1, 1998: US05802492 (780 worldwide citation)

A Computer Aided Routing and Positioning System (CARPS) determines a route along selected waypoints that include a travel origin and a travel destination and intermediate waypoints therebetween. The selected waypoints may be uploaded to or downloaded from various geocoding devices that utilize the G ...


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David M DeLorme, Keith A Gray: Computer aided routing system. DeLorme Publishing Company, Daniel H Kane Jr, Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, September 24, 1996: US05559707 (471 worldwide citation)

A computer aided routing system (CARS) determines a travel route between a user selected travel origin and travel destination following user selected waypoints along the way. A CARS database incorporates travel information selected from a range of multimedia sources about the transportation routes, ...


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Danforth DeSena: X-ray identification marker. Thomas L Bohan, March 9, 1993: US05193106 (224 worldwide citation)

A device for marking cutaneous landmarks as a means of identifying under x-radiography pathological deep structures of the small bones of the foot that comprises affixing a radiopaque material to an adhesive tape and placing the radiopaque material over a cutaneous landmark on a patient's foot and t ...


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Cathel MacLeod: Method and devices for video-assisted surgical techniques. Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, April 21, 1998: US05741298 (166 worldwide citation)

A method for performing surgical procedures using a multi-functional access port for deploying a wide array of instruments and manipulation devices, including a surgeon's hand or fingers. The method includes optional video-assisted techniques and one or more components to aid in those techniques. Th ...


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Robert Thomson, Frederick Thomson: Continous real time safety-related control system. Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, March 9, 1999: US05880954 (100 worldwide citation)

A safety-related control system (SRCS) designed to safeguard personnel operating hazardous production equipment. The SRCS integrates the safety-related part of a machine into one homogenous system for the purpose of increasing safety. In so doing, the SRCS monitors the machine, the operator, and its ...


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Michael A Doyle: Buckle device with enhanced tension adjustment. Thomas L Bohan, Dennis Haszko, October 13, 1998: US05819378 (79 worldwide citation)

A buckling device to be used in athletic foot-gear, typically ski-boots. The buckling device includes a pivoting clasp affixed to one of two ski-boot flaps, an adjustment section, a linearly adjustable loop, and a hook section affixed to the second of two ski-boot flaps. The adjustment section inclu ...


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John E McDevitt Jr: Leadless grid array socket. Jem Tech, Thomas L Bohan, April 6, 1993: US05199889 (73 worldwide citation)

An interconnection system for connecting leadless grid arrays of integrated circuits with leadless grid arrays of printed circuit boards. The system includes an insulative socket, flexible conductive elements and a compression lid. The insulative socket is temporarily affixed to the printed circuit ...


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Scott Bolduc: Joystick-operated driving system. Division Driving Systems, Thomas L Bohan, February 11, 1992: US05086870 (73 worldwide citation)

A remotely controlled system for the operation of a vehicle wherein a limited physical input is translated into desired vehicle movement. The invention uses a unitary manipulator with two axes of movement to direct the steering, acceleration and braking functions of the vehicle. The surplus current ...


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Danforth DeSena: X-ray labeling tape. Thomas L Bohan, Robert P Santandrea, March 6, 2001: US06198807 (72 worldwide citation)

A marking tape for transferring information written thereon to a film when the film is exposed to x-rays. The tape is a laminate of an upper film, a radiopaque emulsion, and a lower film. The top surface of the upper film is partially coated with a writable ink, and the ink coating positioned direct ...


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Joseph B Seale: Variable-pulse dynamic fluid flow controller. FluidSense Corporation, Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, April 29, 1997: US05624409 (63 worldwide citation)

A dynamic controller for quantitative rapid-pulse flow control over a wide dynamic range (1000-to-1) forms a fluid path from a pressurized source to a sink. The fluid path travels, typically in a disposable cassette, from the pressure source via a fast (one millisecond) on-off source control valve i ...