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Arthur Kuris: Ultrasonic method and apparatus for removing cholesterol and other deposits from blood vessels and the like. Ultrasonic Systems Plainview NY, Leonard W Suroff, February 23, 1971: US3565062 (217 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of the invention relates to the removal of foreign deposits of material from vessels of living human beings, such as cholesterol from blood vessels, by means of accelerations of vibratory forces in the ultrasonic frequency range without causing any disruption or damage to th ...


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Philip J Closmann: Method for producing shale oil from a subterranean oil shale formation. Shell Oil Company New York NY, J H McCarthy, L J Bovasso, February 23, 1971: US3565171 (159 worldwide citation)

A method for producing shale oil from a subterranean oil shale formation wherein a chimney of fragmented oil shale is formed in the formation by exploding a relatively high energy explosive device therein, the chimney having a substantially void space formed at the top thereof. A liquid is flowed th ...


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Philip R Foti: Indwelling arterial cannula assembly. Becton, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurvcz, February 23, 1971: US3565074 (141 worldwide citation)

An indwelling arterial cannula assembly includes a plastic catheter coaxially removably mounted on a blunt tipped cannula having a pointed stylet removably located in the bore thereof and extended beyond the blunt tip of the cannula; and a method is provided for positioning a portion of the plastic ...


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Vincent L Vailliancourt, Thomas Thackston, John E McGaughey: Quick disconnect catheter coupling. C R Bard, W Saxton Seward, February 23, 1971: US3565078 (95 worldwide citation)

An assembly of elements installed in the funnel of a catheter including a piece of rubber tubing having a diameter large enough to bear against the inner wall of the funnel in combination with a relatively stiff plastic valve liner of approximately conical form when closed, split longitudinally from ...


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Harold Gabin: Safety hose and fitting assembly. White Motor Corporation Cleveland OH, Watts Hoffman Fisher & Heinke, February 23, 1971: US3565116 (93 worldwide citation)

The disclosure has a hose assembly including a flexible hose, an end fitting assembly and a protective sleeve of heat-shrinkable plastic placed around a portion of the hose and end fitting at the joint to deter removal of the fitting from the hose, reinforce the hose adjacent the coupling and other ...


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Clifford V Wittenwyler 1841 Arbor Lane: Consolidation of earth formation using epoxy-modified resins. George G Pritzker, J H McCarthy, February 23, 1971: US3565176 (80 worldwide citation)

A method of consolidating an unconsolidated earth formation on order to improve subsequent oil recovery by means of a fluid drive, comprising treating the formation with (1) a liquid hydrocarbon preflush, (2) a resinous solution containing an epoxy resin forming material, an amine curing agent, an o ...


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Dale B Hanson, Glenn R Payton, Carl L Stearns, Charles G Thiel, James A Tolley: Inhalation actuable aerosol dispenser. Riker Laboratories, Kinney Alexander Sell Steldt & Delahunt, February 23, 1971: US3565070 (78 worldwide citation)

An inhalation actuable dispenser utilizing an aerosol medicament-dispensing container equipped with a metering valve movable between an inner, charging position and an outer, discharging position, and further equipped with a spring biasing the metering valve outwardly toward its discharging position ...


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Ralph F Spencer Jr: Programmable sequential logic. Texas Instruments Incorporated Dallas TX, James O Dixon, Andrew M Hassell, Harold Levine, Melvin Sharp, John E Vandigriff, Henry T Olsen, Michael A Sileo, February 23, 1971: US3566153 (70 worldwide citation)

A mass production sequential logic circuit which can be custom programmed by modification of a single fabrication mask to perform sequential combinational logic is disclosed. The circuit includes a first programmable matrix of voltage controlled devices for generating product terms, a second program ...


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Steven Ausnit 124 E 61st St: Plastic bag having reinforced closure. Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, February 23, 1971: US3565147 (69 worldwide citation)

A plastic bag having formed integrally therewith cooperating male and female pressure fastenable releasable interlocking elements for selectively closing the open end of the bag and a pair of stiffener ribs also formed integrally with the bag but of a thermoplastic material more rigid than that from ...


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Arthur Glick: Densified absorbably polyglycolic acid suture braid, and method for preparing same. American Cyanamid Company Stamford CT, Samuel Branch Walker, February 23, 1971: US3565077 (69 worldwide citation)

The densified polyglycolic acid suture braid is characterized by a tightly compacted braid structure, and has a void fraction of up to about 50 percent less than the void fraction of conventionally fabricated nondensified suture braids. The densified braid is prepared by subjecting a nondensified br ...