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Hagge John K, Johnson Frederick W: Microelectric heat exchanger pedestal. Collins Radio Company, January 9, 1973: US3710251 (224 worldwide citation)

A microelectric wafer or chip vacuum chuck in the form of a heat exchanger pedestal with a heat exchanger pressure vessel at the pedestal top through which hot and cold fluids are selectively pumped in circulation from and return to, respectively, hot and cold remote fluid reservoirs. A plurality of ...


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French Gerald H: Electrical connector. Mosley Electronics, January 9, 1973: US3710005 (214 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a connector for terminating the end of a cable, the cable including a center conductor, a coaxial shield separated from the center conductor by dielectric material, and an outer insulating jacket covering the shield. The connector includes a mandrel having a shank portion e ...


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Riely Phyllis: Microporous nonadherent surgical dressing. Pall Corporation, January 9, 1973: US3709221 (151 worldwide citation)

A composite surgical dressing that is highly absorbent, capable of preventing leakage or exudation from open wounds and capable of preventing contamination from entering or escaping from the wound, comprising an outer microporous, liquid-repellent fibrous layer having a maximum pore size of 0.5 micr ...


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DeVries James H: Method and apparatus for automatic peritoneal dialysis. Sarns, January 9, 1973: US3709222 (146 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for automatic peritoneal dialysis which includes a series of steps for the exchange of dialysate which proportions the in-flow to the out-flow and provides for the elimination of any distressing in-flow or out-flow pressures on the patient and any abnormal build-up of fluid qu ...


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Halloran William X: Combination intramedullary fixation and external bone compression apparatus. January 9, 1973: US3709218 (139 worldwide citation)

A combination intramedullary fixation and external bone compression apparatus for applying fixation and compression to a bone which has been fractured transversely to form two longitudinal fragments. Such fixation device includes an elongated intramedullary rod for extending substantially the full l ...


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Wright Hershel Earl: Method and device for producing foam. January 9, 1973: US3709437 (121 worldwide citation)

A device for producing and dispensing foam including a deformable reservoir adapted to contain a quantity of foamable liquid and air, a discharge cap releasably secured to the reservoir and defining a discharge orifice in communicating relation with the interior of the reservoir, foam producing mean ...


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Ribich William A, Kojabashian Charles, Girard Lauret H: Separable fastening device. American Velcro, January 9, 1973: US3708833 (117 worldwide citation)

A separable fastening device having first and second separable members wherein the first member has a surface of upstanding spear-like protuberances extending from one broad surface of its base and the second member has a surface of complementary engaging elements. The spear-like protuberances are c ...


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Flander Stanley: Dental implant and method for using the same. January 9, 1973: US3708883 (115 worldwide citation)

A dental implant which has an elongated tubular body provided with an outer anchoring portion and an inner portion adapted to be situated within a bone bore. The body has a pair of extensions projecting from its inner portion inwardly along the interior of the bone bore and provided with exterior pr ...


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Kelly Austin T: Dual-slope and analog-to-digital converter wherein two analog input signals are selectively integrated with respect to time. Wester Instruments, January 9, 1973: US3710374 (104 worldwide citation)

An electrical integrating circuit arrangement is disclosed which is especially suitable for use in combination with timing means in dual-slope analog-to-digital converters because it operates with time controlled closure of a single, low-impedance switching device of the single-pole, single-throw ty ...


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Cohen John B, Janson Paul E, McFarland Jr Harold L, Young Jr James B: Data processing system. Digital Equipment Corporation, January 9, 1973: US3710324 (97 worldwide citation)

A data processing system with improved data transfer capabilities. All units in the system, including a random access memory unit, are connected in parallel. Data is transferred between any two units asynchronously with respect to a processor unit which normally controls the system. Other units can ...