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Ross E Dworkin: System and method for automated selection of equipment for purchase through input of user desired specifications. H Renee Incorporated, William H Eilberg, February 12, 1991: US04992940 (1200 worldwide citation)

An automated system assists a user in locating and purchasing goods or services sold by a plurality of vendors. The system includes a programmed computer which is linked to a database. The database contains information about a large number of different products and/or services, arranged in various c ...


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Fraser C Henderson, Rebecca Sasscer Henderson, John W Newman: Fusion stabilization chamber. William H Eilberg, May 23, 2000: US06066175 (387 worldwide citation)

A fusion stabilization chamber stabilizes the spine following removal of one or more vertebrae, and facilitates bone growth. The chamber includes two hollow members, preferably having slightly trapezoidal cross-sections, which slide relative to each other in a telescoping manner. The hollow members ...


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Arsen Kashkashian Jr: Multiple credit card system. William H Eilberg, October 13, 1987: US04700055 (350 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system which enables a user to carry one credit card instead of many. The information pertaining to each credit card account, such as the name of the account, the number of the account, and its expiration date, are encoded on the card, by magnetic means, with a semiconduct ...


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Richard A Schaphorst: GPS-based information system for vehicles. Delta Information Systems, William H Eilberg, June 16, 1998: US05767795 (349 worldwide citation)

An electronic tour guide overcomes the monotony of an automobile trip. The system includes a GPS receiver, a computer, and a database of pre-recorded information. These components may be contained in one housing, and may be permanently installed in a vehicle. The database contains information pertai ...


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Michael T Bartell: Apparatus and method for insertion of an intra-ocular lens. William H Eilberg, July 21, 1987: US04681102 (262 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for inserting an intra-ocular lens into an eye is disclosed. The apparatus permits the insertion of the intra-ocular lens through small incisions, of the order of several millimeters, such as are employed in the phacoemulsification technique of cataract removal. The intra-ocu ...


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Fraser C Hednerson, Rebecca S Henderson, John W Newman: Fusion stabilization chamber. William H Eilberg, April 11, 1995: US05405391 (248 worldwide citation)

A fusion stabilization chamber stabilizes the spine following removal of one or more vertebrae, and facilitates bone growth. The chamber includes two hollow members, preferably having slightly trapezoidal cross-sections, which slide relative to each other in a telescoping manner. The hollow members ...


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David F Markel, Anthony J Madison, David E Roberts, William R Harkins: Catheter having two coaxial lumens. Medical Components, William H Eilberg, October 1, 1991: US05053004 (160 worldwide citation)

A double-lumen catheter is made of two generally coaxial tubes. The tubes are joined, at their distal ends, by a sleeve inserted between the tubes, the sleeve being bonded to both tubes. The inner and outer tubes are connected, respectively, at their proximal ends, to first and second hubs. The hubs ...


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Xiang Wang, Hun H Sun: Apparatus and method for measuring cardiac output. Drexel University, William H Eilberg, June 13, 1995: US05423326 (158 worldwide citation)

The present invention reliably computes cardiac output with a noninvasive procedure. The system measures the electrical impedance of a patient's body, during a time interval of interest. The system then obtains frequency transforms of various time segments of the first derivative of the impedance si ...


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John F Gardner, Jane F Laycock, Eric C Norlin, Shelly I Slogoff, E Ford Williams, Tobin H Williams: Method for automatic dispensing of articles stored in a cabinet. Lionville Systems, William H Eilberg, August 29, 1995: US05445294 (113 worldwide citation)

A mechanical system opens a selected drawer in a multiple-drawer cabinet. The drawers are arranged in rows and columns. A selected drawer is unlatched by moving a rod which has protruding fingers, only one of which is positioned to engage a latch in a column of drawers. When the rod moves longitudin ...


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Pierre Roussouly, Gilbert Taglang, Arsene Grosse, Daniel Chopin: Spinal therapy apparatus. William H Eilberg, September 22, 1998: US05810817 (110 worldwide citation)

An apparatus including vertebral anchoring elements, such as a bone screw (1) or a hook (2), with a threaded cylindrical portion (5) and a locking plate (7). A nut (8) may be screwed onto the threaded cylindrical portion (5) to tighten the tightening portion of a slide (4) on a rigid connecting rod ...