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Tanner Jr James C: Barbed suture. February 13, 1973: US3716058 (396 worldwide citation)

A surgical suture useful in closing incisions, lacerations and wounds of human tissue comprising a relatively short section of rigid or flexible suture material with a return barb on both ends. The suture may be flat or arcuate and may contain single or multiple barbs on the ends. A notched and slot ...


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Cerny Jr Frank J: Intermodulation rejection capabilities of field-effect transistor radio frequency amplifiers and mixers. Motorola, February 13, 1973: US3716730 (167 worldwide citation)

Mixers and amplifier circuits are disclosed which may include a plurality of identical FETs connected in parallel to form a composite FET. The decreased input impedance of the composite FET as compared to the input impedance of a single FET results in a decrease in intermodulation. The composite FET ...


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Johnston Furnie W: Olecranon plate. February 13, 1973: US3716050 (129 worldwide citation)

A bone plate designed specifically to accomplish fixation of an olecranon fracture and consisting of a generally L-shaped plate including a first elongated flange and a second flange at one end of the first flange disposed at generally right angles relative to the first flange. The first flange incl ...


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Weinberg Harold, Rogers Marvin E, Dadario Michael G, Benson James A: Personal stock quotation system. Sonex, February 13, 1973: US3716835 (102 worldwide citation)

A personal stock quotation system having a data processing system with a memory having stored therein stock market information relating to a plurality of corporations is provided. The data processing terminal is connected to telephone terminal lines. A stock quotation terminal is provided which has ...


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Link Waldemar: Artificial limb for the knee joint. February 13, 1973: US3715763 (81 worldwide citation)

An artificial limb particularly suitable for the knee joint of a human being consisting of at least two coacting inserts or implants, which are anchored to the end of the thigh bone and the shin bone. The insert on the thigh bone is a cup-shaped surface and the insert on the shin bone is formed like ...


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Gatward Albert Peter John, Radvan Bronislaw: Method and apparatus for forming a non-woven fibrous web from a foamed fiber furnish. Wiggins Teape Research & Development, February 13, 1973: US3716449 (68 worldwide citation)

Improvements are afforded in method and apparatus for making non-woven fibrous webs including paper from a foamed aqueous furnish containing a surfactant in that the foam acquires and has imparted thereto physical characteristics as regards attainment of such a highly emulsified state that the bubbl ...


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Welborn Warren S, Holznagel Melvin A: Cardiac resuscitator. Cardiac Resuscitator Corporation, February 13, 1973: US3716059 (65 worldwide citation)

A resuscitator apparatus includes means for detecting and counting the electrical and mechanical output of the heart of a suspected heart attack victim, and means for substantially immediately applying a pacing pulse or a defibrilating pulse, as required. Thus, if both electrical and mechanical outp ...


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Watanabe Kantaro: Mapping rectifier for generating polarstereographic maps from satellite scan signals. February 13, 1973: US3716669 (63 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a system including electrical, mechanical and optical components and serving to generate polarstereographic maps of the Earth surface from scan signals sent by meteorological satellites such as Nimbus. The satellite scan signals are received by suitable radio equipment and are used to g ...


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Kodera Yoshihide, Kato Jun, Shimada Kazuo, Suzuki Morio, Ohse Hidetaka, Ohshima Satoshi, Kiriki Yasunori: Hydrogenation treatment of hydrocarbon oil. February 13, 1973: US3716478 (61 worldwide citation)

Hydrogenation treatments of hydrocarbon oil is carried out in a catalyst-charged reaction vessel into the lower portion of which is fed a flow of a mixture of hydrocarbon oil and hydrogen or hydrogen-containing gas. The supply velocity of the mixture is adjusted so that catalyst particles in the cat ...


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Tredinnick Bruce Charles, Gambale James Richard, Dupree Paul Montgomery: Silica polishing compositions having a reduced tendency to scratch silicon and germanium surfaces. Tizon Chemical Corporation, February 13, 1973: US3715842 (60 worldwide citation)

Alkaline aqueous silica polishing compositions are provided, having a reduced tendency to scratch silicon and germanium surfaces, such as single crystal wafers polished for use in semiconductors. The polishing compositions comprise silica as the polishing agent, and a water-soluble cellulose ether, ...