Robert S Biscup: Spinal fusion implant. Spineco, Vickers Daniels & Young, June 12, 2001: US06245108 (382 worldwide citation)

An improved prosthetic implant for forming a rigid structure between adjoining vertebrae in a spinal column. The prosthetic implant includes a cage having a top, bottom, front end, back end, first side and second side walls. The first side wall has an arcuate surface. The top and bottom wall include ...

Tadashi Abe: Illuminating light source device using semiconductor laser element. Shogo Tzuzuki, Vickers Daniels & Young, July 9, 1996: US05535230 (168 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an illuminating light source device suitable for illumination at a vibrating place or a portion where an electric lamp is hardly exchangeable for new one, as well as for general luminairs. The illuminating light source device comprises a semiconductor laser element for outputting ...

Joseph G Furst: Coated intraluminal graft. Vickers Daniels & Young, March 27, 2001: US06206916 (160 worldwide citation)

An expandable intraluminal graft for use within a body cavity having a tubular shaped member with two ends and a wall surface disposed between the ends. The tubular shaped member has a first diameter to permit intraluminal delivery of the member into a body cavity, and a second expanded diameter. Co ...

John R Haaga: Sheath for wound closure caused by a medical tubular device. Vickers Daniels & Young, July 19, 1994: US05330445 (152 worldwide citation)

A tubular sheath is disclosed which is slidably disposed over a tubular medical device which tubular medical device is positioned at a body tissue access site. The sheath is deposited within a patient to assist in sealing the incision caused by the tubular medical device and inhibit internal and ext ...

Theodore J Zablotsky, Charles Zablotsky, Jerome M True, Paul E Gallo: Lumbosacral belt. Vickers Daniels & Young, September 19, 1995: US05450858 (146 worldwide citation)

An air inflatable belt worn by a person for support in the lumbar and sacral regions of the body has an inner wall, which faces the body of the person, provided with one or more permanent magnet arrangements producing magnetic fields directed toward the person's body. The permanent magnet arrangemen ...

John R Nottingham, John W Spirk Jr, Richard O McCarthy, Dale A Panasewicz: Battery operated fluid dispenser. Nottingham Spirk Design Associates, Vickers Daniels & Young, February 10, 1998: US05716007 (145 worldwide citation)

A battery operated, hand-held fluid dispenser comprises a supply container having a body portion and a narrow neck extending upwardly therefrom. A pump and discharge unit is mounted on the upper end of the neck and comprises a pump diaphragm and pump chamber for pumping liquid from the container to ...

Christopher Hsu: Monitor for electric arc welder. Lincoln Global, Vickers Daniels & Young, August 27, 2002: US06441342 (107 worldwide citation)

A monitor for an electric arc welder as the welder performs a selected arc welding process by creating actual welding parameters, such as arc current and arc voltage, between an advancing welding wire and a workpiece, where the process involves an arc and is defined by a series of rapidly repeating ...

Norman L Kendt, Robert Bordonaro: Postmix beverage dispenser and a method for making a beverage dispenser. Wilshire Partners, Vickers Daniels & Young, February 28, 1995: US05392960 (102 worldwide citation)

A beverage dispenser provides uniformly chilled carbonated beverages during peak demand and off-peak demand. The dispenser includes a soda and syrup chiller, beverage dispensing heads and a vacuum insulated tower assembly between the chiller and the dispensing heads.

William J Ryan, J Barry Ryan, Patrick E Ryan: Drag reducing apparatus for a vehicle. James C Ryan, Thomas J Ryan, Vickers Daniels & Young, October 20, 1998: US05823610 (98 worldwide citation)

Drag reducing apparatus for the rear end of a road vehicle such as a truck or trailer comprises a storage container in which an inflatable bladder is rolled on a support shaft for displacement relative to the container between a stored position and a deployed position in which the inflatable bladder ...

Joseph G Furst, Rassoll Rashidi: Expandable graft. Vickers Daniels & Young, August 20, 2002: US06436133 (86 worldwide citation)

An expandable intraluminal graft for use within a body cavity having a tubular shaped member with two ends and a wall surface disposed between the ends. The wall surface is formed by a plurality of intersecting elongated members wherein the elongated members intersecting with one another intermediat ...