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Green David T, Bryan Graham W: Skin stapler. United States Surgical Corporation, February 22, 1972: US3643851 (529 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for applying sterilized staples from a disposable staple-carrying cartridge to the disunited skin of a patient in order to effect a joining of the skin. The instrument consists of an anvil adapted to lie flush with the skin, a disposable cartridge housing a plurality of staples ...


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Sutter Hermann: Coagulating instrument. F L Fischer, February 22, 1972: US3643663 (222 worldwide citation)

A forceps-type coagulating instrument provided with means for electrically connecting the relatively insulated blades of a forceps to a generator supplying a high-frequency voltage, for the purpose of coagulating a part held between the points of the blades of the forceps, wherein said connecting me ...


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Davis Jr Paul D, McCullough Thomas E: Magnetic detection system for detecting movement of an object utilizing signals derived from two orthogonal pickup coils. Texas Instruments Incorporated, February 22, 1972: US3644825 (159 worldwide citation)

A pair of magnetic field sensors are disposed perpendicular to one another for sensing, at a single location, different directional components of a magnetic field. The output signals from the magnetic field sensors are vectorally combined to provide vector representations of the varying magnetic fie ...


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Borman William M, Walker Donald L: Automatic vehicle monitoring, identification, location, alarm and voice communications system. Motorola, February 22, 1972: US3644883 (123 worldwide citation)

In a computer-controlled bus-monitoring system, each of the buses in the system is provided with a two-way radio for communication with the control center on either a voice channel or a data channel. In addition, each bus includes a second receiver for receiving signals from signpost transmitters lo ...


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Takahashi Nagashige, Kinoshita Kunio: Endoscopic apparatus. Olympus Optical, February 22, 1972: US3643653 (121 worldwide citation)

Endoscopic apparatus comprising a major endoscope and a minor endoscope adapted to be inserted in the major endoscope and capable of viewing on a magnified scale an object sought by the major endoscope. The forward end portion of the minor endoscope is provided with a cylindrical wall extending forw ...


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Mander Robert J, Ramm Duane E, Simms Robert J: Tube storage rack. Owens Illinois, February 22, 1972: US3643812 (111 worldwide citation)

A storage rack for culture tubes or similar tubular articles is vacuum-formed from a plastic material, such as polypropylene and comprises two separably connected elements, one being a boxlike member with upstanding peripheral walls and a floor having a plurality of wells in which to receive the low ...


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Amato Joseph John: Mechanized tracheotome. United States Surgical Corporation, February 22, 1972: US3643649 (106 worldwide citation)

A tracheotome for the mechanized performance of a tracheostomy. The inventive tracheotome, upon triggering, makes an incision through the skin, fascia and trachea of the patient. Then, after the incision has been made, a delayed-action plunger is activated and serves to bend a staple which maintains ...


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Steinemenan Samuel: Implants of titanium or a titanium alloy for the surgical treatment of bones. Institute Dr Ing Reinhard Straumann, February 22, 1972: US3643658 (102 worldwide citation)

A titanium or titanium implant with the novel feature of the surface layer formed as an oxide, nitride, carbide and carbonitride. The surface layer is applied to prevent abrasion and corrosion of the implant and to prevent fretting between contacting implants as well as to improve the appearance the ...


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Bonk Henry W, Grieve Robin L, Nadeau Herbert G, Palmer Peter G: Varied density polyisocyanurate foam structure. The Upjohn Company, February 22, 1972: US3644168 (86 worldwide citation)

A novel structural material is described. The material is a rigid cellular polymer having an integrally formed continuous noncellular surface layer. There is an abrupt change of density at the juncture of the inner cellular core and the outer noncellular layer, the thickness of the latter being not ...


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Meinert Hartmut: Device for the continuous mixing of beverage components in a predetermined quantity ratio. Noll Maschinenfabrik, February 22, 1972: US3643688 (75 worldwide citation)

A device for the continuous combination and mixing of a plurality of liquid beverage components in an accurately maintained adjustable quantity ratio, where a jet mixer has a central pressure nozzle as part of an axially adjustable hollow plunger through which the pressurized liquid, water in the ca ...



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