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Smith John H, Conley James W, Dworak Stanley E: Cardiac pacemaker rate/interval computer system. October 23, 1973: US3768014 (261 worldwide citation)

Information signals taken directly from an implanted pacemaker or remotely by way of a telephone circuit are furnished to a computer which processes the information and displays it in digital form in terms of the pacemaker's stimulus pulse rate or, alternatively, in terms of the interval between pul ...


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Justheim Clarence I: Method for the in-situ treatment of hydrocarbonaceous materials. Justheim Petroleum Company, October 23, 1973: US3766982 (250 worldwide citation)

In-situ treatment of oil shale or other hydrocarbonaceous material by an inexpensive hot gaseous fluid, such as air or flue gas, as a heat transfer agent to volatilize kerogen or other hydrocarbonaceous matter and preferably also as a carrier of sufficient heat to crack and fissure the material to m ...


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Ota Isao: Electrophoretic light image reproduction process. Matsushita Electric Industrial, October 23, 1973: US3767392 (246 worldwide citation)

Electrophoretic light image reproduction process is disclosed in which a D.C. voltage is applied to a double layer of a photoconductive layer and an electrophoretic suspension layer including a dispersion of at least one electrophoretic material in a finely divided powder form suspended in a suspend ...


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Bachman Carl E, Miller Richard E, Smoots Edwin H: Supporting disc for packaging cut flowers and the like. The Pillsbury Company, October 23, 1973: US3767104 (172 worldwide citation)

A supporting and spacing disc for a conical paper flower container. The disc has a plurality of spaced tear-shaped openings for flower stems disposed adjacent its peripheral edge, and a single opening disposed in the central portion thereof. For simple flower removal, the disc is slotted between eac ...


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Cannon James L, Kinsey Richard S: Mixing syringe. October 23, 1973: US3767085 (166 worldwide citation)

A double barrel carpule type syringe having, at its discharge end, a common mixing and dispensing chamber provided with a rotary agitator driven from a motor on the syringe. One barrel of the carpule contains an elastomeric base material and the other an accelerator, therefor. The syringe has a doub ...


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Wentorf Jr Robert H, Rocco William A: Cubic boron nitride/sintered carbide abrasive bodies. General Electric Company, October 23, 1973: US3767371 (155 worldwide citation)

Abrasive bodies comprising combinations of cubic boron nitride crystals and sintered carbide are disclosed. These composite bodies are prepared by superpressure processes. Cubic boron nitride contents of up to about 99 volume percent have been successfully employed in certain constructions. Similar ...


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Pidgeon Rosemary Sylvia Vyvyan: Nasal tampons. Matburn, October 23, 1973: US3766924 (133 worldwide citation)

A nasal tampon, that is to say a device for arresting nasal haemorrhage comprises a lumen tube an end of which can be entered into the nostril of a patient. An inflatable balloon is provided at this end of the lumen tube and a closure is provided at the other end. The balloon can be inflated by pass ...


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Rychlik Frank J: Plastic needle holder. Illinois Tool Works, October 23, 1973: US3766915 (133 worldwide citation)

An intravenous catheter and cannula assembly as a sterile package with a flexible catheter partially telescoped within the cannula which is of the break-away needle type having wings to be manipulated in parting the cannula from the vein-inserted catheter; and a plastic handle interfitted with the w ...


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Tadokoro Shiunichi: Hem forming construction of garments, particularly trousers and skirts. October 23, 1973: US3766566 (123 worldwide citation)

An elongated tape-like fabric patch having a fusible substance applied thereto is placed to cover the entire turnup-forming margin of a tubular fabric body for garment such as trousers and skirt, one lateral edge of said tape-like patch being thermally bonded to the inner surface of said fabric body ...


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Shinoda Daizaburo, Kawamura Nobuo: Schottky barrier type field effect transistor. Nippon Electric Company, October 23, 1973: US3767984 (111 worldwide citation)

A Schottky barrier gate field effect transistor is capable of operating in the enhancement mode. The transistor includes a gallium arsenide layer formed on a substrate. The relationship between the thickness W and impurity concentration N of the gallium arsenide layer is given by the expression:2 .t ...