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McDonald Bernard: Surgical apparatus for closing wounds. Christie Parker & Hale, July 23, 1974: US3825010 (245 worldwide citation)

There is described apparatus for repairing lacerations or closing surgical incisions by means of a pair of carrier strips on which are mounted a plurality of curved stylets that can be inserted into the tissue on either side of the wound. A combined applicator, fastener, and bandage is used to grip ...


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Lohkamp Dwight T, Keller James P: Melt-blowing die using capillary tubes. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Roth David A, July 23, 1974: US3825379 (139 worldwide citation)

A melt-blowing die which has capillary tubes rather than drilled orifices is more easily fabricated and operates more effectually. Preferably, one end of each capillary tube is machined so as to terminate in an apex having an included angle within the range of 30.degree. to 90.degree.. Or the tubes ...


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Bossen Douglas C, Hong Se J, Hsiao Mu Yue, Patel Arvind M: Modular distributed error detection and correction apparatus and method. International Business Machines Corporation, Sweeney Jr Harold H, July 23, 1974: US3825893 (127 worldwide citation)

Errors in code words fetched from memory or utilized in some other device are detected by apparatus distributed throughout the memory and then corrected. Illustratively, a 72-bit parallel code word, comprising a 64-bit information portion and an 8-bit check portion is fetched from the memory. The ch ...


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Peverill William J: Electrical connector. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, Peterson Thomas L, July 23, 1974: US3825874 (116 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector with an internal grounding foil for grounding outer conductors of multi-conductor cables. The invention is particularly suited for Twinax cables in which the shields are grounded to the connector shell by the grounding foil to preclude or minimize the transmission of electrom ...


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Durden III John G: Disposable electrosurgical cautery. Durden Enterprises, Becker John E, July 23, 1974: US3825004 (109 worldwide citation)

A disposable electrosurgical cautery which functions in a dual capacity as a hollow sucker tube as well as a cauterizer, and is intended to be prepackaged in sterilized containers to be used once and disposed of. The cautery consists of an elongated metal electrode tube having an electrical conducto ...


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Harding John W, Keller James P, Buntin Robert R: Melt-blowing die for producing nonwoven mats. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Roth David A, July 23, 1974: US3825380 (108 worldwide citation)

A die having a special nose configuration approximating a triangle in cross section is especially suitable for use in a melt-blowing process for making very fine fibers from thermoplastic materials. A plurality of orifices are located in an edge-apex formed at the juncture of two sides of said trian ...


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Berkovits Barough V: Single catheter for atrial and ventricular stimulation. American Optical Corporation, Wall Joel, Nealon William C, July 23, 1974: US3825015 (90 worldwide citation)

A single catheter for atrial and ventricular stimulation. A single catheter is disclosed that provides separate electrical stimulation to the atrium and separate electrical stimulation to the ventricle on mutually insulated conductors. All conductors are encapsulated in the single catheter and elect ...


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Allen Jr Chester C: Binary synchronous communications processor system and method. Action Communication Systems, Richards Harris & Medlock, July 23, 1974: US3825905 (90 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a communications processor system including a message switching digital computer programmed to receive binary coded data from a plurality of communication control devices connected to communication lines. The binary coded data is stored in the computer and subsequently tr ...


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Burk John L, Duffy Daniel M, Hogan Jr Spurgeon G, Larson Russell H, McGilvray Bruce L: Virtual memory system. International Business Machines Corporation, Murray James E, July 23, 1974: US3825904 (82 worldwide citation)

This specification describes a virtual memory system in which a set of conversion tables is used to translate an arbitrarily assigned programming designation called a virtual address into an actual main memory location called a real address. To avoid the necessity of translating the same addresses o ...


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Halila Ely E, Sterman Albert P: Porous abradable turbine shroud. General Electric Company, Kipling James M, Lawrence Derek P, July 23, 1974: US3825364 (80 worldwide citation)

A turbine blade tip-sealing shroud between a rotating bladed turbine and the surrounding casing of a turbojet engine is formed of substantially cylindrical inner and outer layers of porous sintered metal or similar material. The porosity of the radially inner layer is greater than the porosity of th ...