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Banko Anton, Kelman Charles D: Material removal apparatus and method employing high frequency vibrations. Cavitron Corporation, June 29, 1971: US3589363 (450 worldwide citation)

An instrument for breaking apart and removal of unwanted material, especially suitable for surgical operations such cataract removal, including a handheld instrument having an operative tip vibrating at a frequency in the ultrasonic range with an amplitude controllable up to several thousandths of a ...


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Akopov Ernest Mikhailovich: Surgical instrument for stitching tissues by means of staples. June 29, 1971: US3589589 (160 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument comprises a support body with an open longitudinal channel, in which are respectively superposed the rod of a pusher member and the rod of a staple housing. A replaceable magazine with staples is secured to a head of the staple housing and drives are provided for moving the sta ...


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Mulvey Bernard J: Method of making fluid-blocked stranded conductor. General Electric Company, June 29, 1971: US3589121 (159 worldwide citation)

An insulated stranded conductor which is properly fluid blocked is manufactured by first coating a wire filament or strand, and then forming a stranded conductor with the coated filament as the center strand. An outer insulation is applied over the resulting stranded conductor under sufficient press ...


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Chancellor Jr Charles W: Golf club head with movable weight. Chancellor Chair Company, June 29, 1971: US3589731 (132 worldwide citation)

A golf club head incorporating a hollow interior with a movable weight supported on a mounting rod which can be oriented in different angular positions to counteract the tendency of a golfer to hook or slice the ball and to increase the distance which the ball is driven due to the additional forces ...


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Berlincourt Don A, Sliker Todd R: Piezoelectric thin multilayer composite resonators. Clevite Corporation, June 29, 1971: US3590287 (123 worldwide citation)

Alternate thin layers of piezoelectric material having differently orientated piezoelectric axes with respect to each other are placed on a substrater and electroded to form a high frequency resonator. The thickness mode resonant frequency of the composite structure corresponds a proper fraction of ...


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Carragan John F, Vecca Sebastian A: Long period battery-operated aerosol dispenser. General Time Corporation, June 29, 1971: US3589563 (99 worldwide citation)

An automatic aerosol dispenser for producing periodic discharge from an aerosol container at long, accurately determined time intervals on the order of 15 minutes or more and which is completely self-contained, operating on low battery voltage on the order of 3 volts. The time interval is determined ...


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Sabo James R, Keuper John H: Semi-automatic tuning circuit for an antenna coupler. Avco Corporation, June 29, 1971: US3590385 (95 worldwide citation)

In response to a manual 'tune' order, this system drives the inductance in an antenna matching network to the maximum inductance position, whereupon the drive is reversed and control of the adjustment of the inductor is assumed by the processed output of a mismatch sensing device. The system compris ...


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Anderson Cleophas E, Moore Darrle D, Walsh William J: Clinical fluid warmer. Thermolyne Corporation, June 29, 1971: US3590215 (81 worldwide citation)

A dry heat clinical blood warmer comprising first and second heater plates, pivotally mounted relative to each other; a thin, flat, channeled sac, having an inlet and an outlet spaced from each other, is mounted between the plates, the sac contacting both plates when the plates are closed. The elect ...


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Agamian Alexander: Exercise apparatus with movable hand and foot platforms. June 29, 1971: US3589720 (79 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for physical exercise having a handrail carriage, a foot-slider carriage and longitudinal track guide means along which the hand rail carriage and the foot-slider carriage are slidable relative to one another. The apparatus may further include means for retaining an adjustable drag or r ...


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Loper Douglas A, Katerndahl Dean R: Intravenous catheter unit with flexible wing support and inserter means. Abbott Laboratories, June 29, 1971: US3589361 (79 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an intravenous catheter, of the needle-inside type, having a wing assembly serving to guide the catheter and needle during venipuncture and adapted to hold the catheter firmly in place after venipuncture.