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Horst Froessl: Document and data handling and retrieval system. Walter C Farley, November 12, 1985: US04553261 (208 worldwide citation)

A system for accepting documents and handling the data contained therein includes a reader and digitizer for producing and storing fragmented or digitized images simulating the characters and graphics on the document. Each document is marked with a unique identifying code. Selected portions of the d ...


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Horst Froessl: Image manipulation by speech signals. Walter C Farley, February 16, 1988: US04726065 (175 worldwide citation)

An improved method of entering instructions to a data processing system to modify the display includes voice recognition. In one embodiment the screen is divided into sectors and the memory supplying data bits to the display is functionally divided in a corresponding way. The operator utters sector ...


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Horst Froessl: Mass document storage and retrieval system. Walter C Farley, April 28, 1992: US05109439 (170 worldwide citation)

A sequence of documents is delivered to an optical scanner in which each document is scanned to form a digital image representation of the content of the document. In one embodiment, the image representation is converted into code (ASCII) and is automatically examined by data processing apparatus to ...


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Knut Korth: High-frequency surgical instrument for minimally invasive surgery. Olympus Winter & Ibe, Walter C Farley, March 23, 1999: US05885277 (168 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an endoscopic instrument for the high frequency surgical treatment of tissue in body cavities by using a liquid produced as a result of a wash penetrating the cavity. The instrument has a shaft which can be introduced into the cavity and by means of which an active electrode c ...


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Markus Ramseyer, Rene Gabriel, Peter Michel: Inhalation device. Disetronic, Walter C Farley, May 14, 1996: US05515842 (161 worldwide citation)

A medical inhaler generates an aerosol of pharmaceutically effective medication to be absorbed by the respiratory tract of a patient includes a reservoir (1) of liquid medication, a conveyor (2) to expel the liquid from the reservoir, an atomizing vibrator (3) and a feed line (4) to conduct the liqu ...


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Walter Lukosz: Optical modulation apparatus and measurement method. Walter C Farley, February 25, 1992: US05091983 (157 worldwide citation)

In an optical micromechanical method for changing the phase of guided waves and a measurement method for measuring very small mechanical displacements and/or mechanical forces or pressures, including the pressure of sound waves and ultrasonic waves, and/or accelerations, the distance d between a sec ...


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Ulrich Wehrli: Instrument for adjustment osteotomy of a lower extremity. Mathys Medizinaltechnik, Walter C Farley, June 15, 1999: US05911724 (148 worldwide citation)

An instrument for performing a correctional osteotomy of a lower extremity of a patient has a securing frame (1), fixation elements (7, 8) for attaching the frame to the skeleton of the lower extremity of the patient, and securing components (6, 9) adjustably holding the fixation elements on the fra ...


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Peter Faul, Heinz Hluchy, Armin Schluter: Endoscope for transurethral surgery. Olympus Winter & Ibe, Walter C Farley, February 22, 1994: US05287845 (143 worldwide citation)

An endoscope for transurethral surgery and has a main body irrotationally supporting an optics and a surgical instrument, further an outer tube affixed to the main body and tubularly enclosing the optics and the surgical instrument, which is characterized in that the outer tube is rotational relativ ...


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Hildegard Gohde, Johannes Schumann: Method and apparatus for sorting particles. Partec, Walter C Farley, July 12, 1988: US04756427 (125 worldwide citation)

A sorting method is disclosed in which particles suspended in a fluid are conducted in a closed duct and pass a measurement location in which particles to be selected trigger a signal by a sensing device. At a downstream fork, a pressure wave generated in response to the signal diverts the stream co ...


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Kaj Klaue, Jean L Chareire: Adaptable stem for endoprosthesis. AO Forschungsinstitut Davos, Walter C Farley, December 27, 1994: US05376123 (111 worldwide citation)

A stem for an endoprosthesis to be anchored in a bone (3) comprises a chamber (4) which surrounds the stem periprosthetically, which can be sealed in a pressure tight manner and which can be expanded with a thermoplastic or thermostable filling material (16). The rigid stem (1) of the endoprosthesis ...