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Sakita Tadao: Positioning aid. October 2, 1973: US3762404 (151 worldwide citation)

A positioning aid for restraining or immobilizing a part of the body of a medical patient comprising an air-tight bag of flexible, impervious material; a charge of elastically deformable spherulic beads of expanded polystyrene confined within the bag; and a self-closing valve communicating with the ...


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Weimer Paul Kessler: Digital and analog data handling devices. RCA Corporation, October 2, 1973: US3763480 (123 worldwide citation)

Charge transfer circuits in which a group of serially occurring signals initially are stored in a first charge storage register; then are transferred in parallel to parallel registers to permit, after each transfer, the first register again to be filled with a following group of serially occurring s ...


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Poschl Gunter H: Seat, especially for motor vehicles. Recaro, October 2, 1973: US3762769 (107 worldwide citation)

A seat for a motor vehicle, the back rest of which is adjustable to different substantially sinusoidal curvatures by turning a single hand wheel. If the back rest carries a head support, an adjustment of the shape of the back rest also causes the position of the head support to be shifted forwardly ...


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Deines Siegmund, Trenary John M, Smith David W, Hickman Clarence J: Spray nozzle. October 2, 1973: US3762648 (101 worldwide citation)

A spray nozzle especially useful as a showerhead operable to deliver an intermittently interrupted or pulsating spray. Water passing through the device is divided within the device into two flow paths which are recombined prior to discharge through groups of nozzle orifices. Water flowing through on ...


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McLaughlin John T: Cabinet for dispensing medicines at predetermined times. October 2, 1973: US3762601 (95 worldwide citation)

A cabinet containing individual compartments each with an individual time lock for holding various doses of prescribed medicines respectively is positioned adjacent a given patient's bed. The individual time locks are programmed to open at given times during a 24 hour period at which the medicine in ...


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Wasson William G: Surgical suture. October 2, 1973: US3762418 (95 worldwide citation)

A surgical suture for ligating, tying or suturing two sutures simultaneously with a single maneuver. An eyeless needle is swaged to an end of a main suture section. The main suture section ends are fused portions of two separate strands of suture material. The separate strands form an intermediate p ...


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Gall James W: Subterranean formation permeability correction. Phillips Petroleum Company, October 2, 1973: US3762476 (94 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing the quantity of water recovered from a subterranean formation which is penetrated by at least one well bore wherein the formation permeability to water is corrected, yielding prolonged mobility control and/or plugging, achieved through injecting aqueous polymer solutions inters ...


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Dunning Fred R: Inflatable padding for football helmet or the like. October 2, 1973: US3761959 (85 worldwide citation)

An inflatable padding for attachment to the interior surface of a helmet, for protecting the head of a participant in a sporting event, such as a football game. The inflatable padding comprises a plurality of inflatable bag-like means or members adapted for positioning about the head of the wearer, ...


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Menzin Marvin, Blanz John H, Harvey Andrew C, Rhee Sang Soon: Production of a continuous molded plastic strip. October 2, 1973: US3762000 (85 worldwide citation)

A continuous molded plastic strip is produced using mold plates which have cavities therein for molding upstanding members or pile-like formations when moldable plastic material is applied under suitable pressure. Thereafter, plastic material is applied to the exposed ends of the pile-like formation ...


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Dorsey William T: Corner protector. October 2, 1973: US3762626 (78 worldwide citation)

A molded pulp corner protector adapted for insertion between shipping cartons and furniture comprises three triangular-shaped walls joined for defining a hollow article of pyramidal exterior form. The article walls are indented at regular intervals to provide a plurality of inwardly directed ribs wh ...