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Seyed M Rezaian: Spinal fixator. William D Hall, August 30, 1983: US04401112 (463 worldwide citation)

A spinal fixator is in the form of a turnbuckle the end sections of which terminate as circular flat plates formed with upwardly and downwardly protruding spikes for engaging in the bone of respective vertebrae above and below a broken vertebra. Following decompression of the spinal cord, the fixato ...


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Bruce A Kehr: Method of and apparatus for monitoring the management of disease. InforMedix, William D Hall, July 1, 1997: US05642731 (224 worldwide citation)

The present invention monitors the disease process and health of a patient undergoing drug treatment. A microprocessor-based medication dispenser provides for recording a variety of clinical information data; such as illness symptoms, side effects, general health ratings, adverse drug interactions, ...


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Hellmut W Hofmann Cerfontaine: Identification device. Hannsheinz Porst, William D Hall, July 19, 1983: US04394654 (187 worldwide citation)

A novel identification device permits its holder to prove his authority as holder thereof so as to largely prevent its abusive use. The said identification device consists of a handy small housing (1) comprising permanent storage means (10) with an alphanumerical character string forming a code stor ...


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Robert P Wills, Andrew F Brooker: Distal locking intramedullary nail. Orthopedic Equipment Co, William D Hall, May 28, 1985: US04519100 (161 worldwide citation)

An improved intramedullary nailing device including a plurality of pivotal blades which rotate outward to engage the distal end of a fractured bone. Specifically, the blades are pivotally coupled to a connector member which translates longitudinally in either direction within an elongated sheath, tr ...


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David E Lamb, William B Long, William J Sacco: Method and apparatus for coordinating medical procedures. William D Hall, December 18, 1984: US04489387 (145 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods and apparatus for medical decision making. In particular, this invention coordinates the actions of two or more medical teams who are working toward a common goal. The apparatus used to achieve this objective consists of a control unit especially adapted for instruc ...


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Bruce A Kehr, David Lerner, Richard D Demenus, Michael J Edl: Electronic medication dispensing method. Bruce A Kehr, William D Hall, April 6, 1993: US05200891 (127 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring medication of a patient and for prompting the patient into certain medication taking schedule and/or certain programming steps and routines. The device has a plurality of compartments, each of which may store medication and an electrical signaling system to emit medication al ...


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George W Dalke, Peter C Pugsley: Method and means for color detection and modification. LogE Interpretation Systems, William D Hall, Kenneth L King, December 11, 1984: US04488245 (127 worldwide citation)

This specification discloses a method and means for color detection and modification wherein the recognition of color is based on the definition of a three-dimensional color sub-space within a three-dimensional color universe. Chromaticity values are digitized and modeled as a function of brightness ...


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David K Martell, Ian R Williams: Traffic congestion monitoring system. William D Hall, May 31, 1994: US05317311 (121 worldwide citation)

A traffic congestion monitoring system comprises infra-red monitoring units bolted to the sides of bridges over a motorway network and emitting information as to traffic congestion at their locations, a control center which receives and transmits the information, and paging units in respective vehic ...


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Bruce A Kehr, David Lerner, Richard D Demenus, Michael J Edl: Electronic medication monitoring and dispensing method. InforMedix, William D Hall, May 12, 1998: US05752235 (89 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring medication of a patient and for prompting the patient into certain medication taking schedule and/or certain programming steps and routines. The device has a plurality of compartments, each of which may store medication, and an electrical signaling system to emit medication a ...


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Robert M Landsman: Printing plate blank and image sheet by laser transfer. LogEtronics, William D Hall, March 23, 1976: US03945318 (87 worldwide citation)

This is a lithographic printing plate blank adapted to be processed by applying a beam of laser radiation through a radiation transparent sheet to transfer selected portions of a combustible coating material on the sheet onto a lithographic surface; the lithographic surface provides a hydrophilic ba ...