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Bernardo D Morantte Jr: Device for diagnostic and therapeutic intravascular intervention. Worrel & Worrel, May 13, 1986: US04587972 (161 worldwide citation)

A device for imaging and removing obstructions from blood vessels and the like having a flexible tubular housing dimensioned for insertion within a blood vessel; a fiberoptic bundle adapted to conduct laser beams to an obstruction for the destruction of portions thereof; and an ultrasound portion ad ...


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Peter C Morrison: Surgical needle assembly and apparatus for attachment on a surgical needle assembly. Worrel & Worrel, September 2, 1986: US04609370 (111 worldwide citation)

A needle assembly for hand-held use in performing medical procedures having a first needle having a hollow shaft, the shaft having a pointed tip having a surface disposed at a predetermined angular relation to the longitudinal axis of the shaft; a second needle dimensioned for close-fitting removabl ...


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Thomas G Lacey: Apparatus for mounting solar cells. Worrel & Worrel, June 30, 1987: US04677248 (84 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for mounting solar cells and the like on a supporting structure, the apparatus having a panel composed of an open textured, electrically non-conductive, non-woven web adapted to receive a solar cell, a plurality of mounting assemblies, each composed of a first element adapted to be affi ...


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James H Brous, Eugene S Carlson: System for controlling access to subsystems. Worrel & Worrel, September 6, 1994: US05345379 (66 worldwide citation)

A control system for controlling the operation of a subsystem, such as an appliance, through independent cycles of operation, the system having, in the preferred embodiment, a magnetically encoded card for receiving and storing information identifying an operator; a relay operably connected to the s ...


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Spencer L Childers: Fastening apparatus. The Vendo Company, Worrel & Worrel, December 4, 1990: US04974888 (64 worldwide citation)

A fastening apparatus operable to secure a pair of work objects to each other and wherein one of the work objects mounts an engagement member, the fastening apparatus having a mount adapted for attachment on the other of said work objects in substantially a predetermined position; and a grasping ass ...


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Charles R Cochrane: Apparatus for supplying supporting force. Robert G Carter, Worrel & Worrel, December 14, 1993: US05269078 (54 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supplying supporting force in a boot or the like having predetermined first and second sides, the apparatus having a force applying system including a plurality of first securing points mounted in substantially fixed relation on the boot on the first side, a second securing point mo ...


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Einar P Cook: Pump having impeller rotational about convoluted stationary member. Worrel & Worrel, August 20, 1991: US05040944 (51 worldwide citation)

A pump with a tubular housing having a predetermined inlet and outlet, a convoluted stationary member mounted in the tubular housing and a rod extending in a substantially spiral course received within the housing for rotation about the stationary member to move fluid from the inlet through the hous ...


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Peter A Voy, Robert D Ihle: Method for manufacturing discrete elements. Janus Label Corporation, Worrel & Worrel, April 28, 1987: US04661189 (42 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing discrete elements such as labels, borne by a carrier sheet, the method including passing an element sheet from which said elements are to be formed along a first path of travel; passing a carrier sheet along a second path of travel spaced from the first path of travel in a ...


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Marilyn M Larsen: Support apparatus. Worrel & Worrel, April 11, 2000: US06048253 (38 worldwide citation)

A support apparatus having a main panel constructed of substantially elastic material and dimensioned to be positionable about a portion of the body of a person in supporting relation thereto, such as the protruding region of the abdomen of a pregnant woman; and fasteners operable releasibly to secu ...


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David B Kaye, Charles D Melville: Pressure sensing device having transducer overlying and deforming eye. Worrel & Worrel, June 8, 1993: US05217015 (38 worldwide citation)

A method for sensing pressure within a work object including placing an electrically deformable member on the work object so as to cover a portion of the surface area thereof; applying electrical energy to the member to cause the member to deform thereby applying pressure to the portion of the surfa ...