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William A Hunt, Elizabeth F Yauch, Mark Denovich: Computer software for processing medical billing record information. Medcom Solutions, Titus & McConomy, August 3, 1999: US05933809 (162 worldwide citation)

A computer-coded software instructions capable of being executed by a conventional computer microprocessor to perform information processing on pre-existing medical billing record information, preferably consisting of hospital or individual doctor Medicare billing records. The software contains at l ...


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Byron L Carnahan, Alexander S Tarassov: Ion mobility spectrometer. Mine Safety Appliances Company, Titus & McConomy, May 30, 1995: US05420424 (114 worldwide citation)

An ion mobility spectrometer having a housing with an analyzer positioned therein. The analyzer includes first and second longitudinally spaced apart electrodes which are preferably cylindrical in configuration. The space between the electrodes defines an analytical gap which is in communication wit ...


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William M Gardner Jr: Pneumatically operated projectile launching device. Smart Parts, Titus & McConomy, October 19, 1999: US05967133 (107 worldwide citation)

The pneumatically operated projectile launching device is preferably comprised of three principal elements: a body which houses and interconnects all of the pneumatic components and also houses the electrical power source, a grip mounted to the body which includes an electrical switch that activates ...


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Geoffrey A Hart: Inhalation and monitoring mask with headset. Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Titus & McConomy, December 16, 1997: US05697363 (106 worldwide citation)

An inhalation/monitoring device is disclosed which has a headpiece adapted to fit a user which include an arcuate support member and ear members which can include a loudspeaker. A face piece is pivotably mounted to the support and includes a fluid chamber positionable over the user's nose for delive ...


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Eng Kee Kwang, Suresh Kumar: Activity based long-lived transaction system. Tactica Corporation, Titus & McConomy, January 19, 1999: US05862327 (105 worldwide citation)

An activity based system for long-lived transactions between disconnected servers and clients. The invention utilizes activities for processing information between occasionally connected servers and clients by executing code or both. The activity is a distributed object which executes the system scr ...


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William M Gardner Jr: Pneumatically operated projectile launching device. Smart Parts, Titus & McConomy, March 16, 1999: US05881707 (100 worldwide citation)

The pneumatically operated projectile launching device is preferably comprised of three principal elements: a body which houses and interconnects all of the pneumatic components and also houses the electrical power source, a grip mounted to the body which includes an electrical switch that activates ...


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Adam J Katz, Ramon Llull: Tissue dissociating system and method. University of Pittsburgh, Titus & McConomy, July 28, 1998: US05786207 (84 worldwide citation)

A tissue dissociation method and system for washing and dissociating tissue and producing a cellular suspension for use in autologous, cell-based therapies or research wherein a sterile environment is maintained. More particularly, a system for dissociating tissue comprising a housing unit, a first ...


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Byron Lee Carnahan, Alexander Semenovich Tarassov: Recirculating filtration system for use with a transportable ion mobility spectrometer. Mine Safety Appliances Company, Titus & McConomy, March 3, 1998: US05723861 (80 worldwide citation)

Generally, the present invention provides a recirculating filtration system for use with a transportable ion mobility spectrometer. One preferred embodiment of the transportable recirculating filtration system comprises a pump connected with a set of filters and flow sensors to an ion mobility spect ...


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Edward Teeple Jr: Method and apparatus for preparing and administering intravenous anesthesia infusions. Titus & McConomy, July 20, 1999: US05925014 (68 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of preparing and administering one or more drug solutions for continuous infusion. Flow rates are standardized by varying the drug concentrations according to a preestablished set of tables. The method of the present invention greatly simplifies clinical app ...


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Michael T Jennison: CEBUS tap point unit. Titus & McConomy, July 29, 1997: US05651696 (64 worldwide citation)

A tap point unit which comprises a base plate having spaced apart left and right receptacle opening and a pair of vertically aligned circular openings for a coaxial connector mounting and a rectangular opening vertically aligned with the circular opening to mount a modular jack. The unit also includ ...