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Boyd William A: Holder for intravenous injection cannula and tubing. Mallinckrodt Philip A, September 10, 1974: US3834380 (247 worldwide citation)

A holder for tubular items, particularly equipment used during intravenous injections, such as infusion tubing or the hub of an injection cannula, comprises a strip of adhesively-backed tape and a longitudinally split, elongate, cylindrical, clamping tube of flexible and preferably resilient plastic ...


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Hunter James A, Sessions Robert W: Occlusion device and method and apparatus for inserting the same. Hill Gross Simpson Van Santan Steadman Chiara & Simpson, September 10, 1974: US3834394 (223 worldwide citation)

A method of effecting the occlusion of a blood vessel by forming an access opening in the body of the patient communicating with the desired blood vessel, introducing an occlusion member in the vessel, moving the member to the desired point of occlusion, and thereat expanding the member to a size gr ...


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Yariv Amnon, Gover Avraham: Monolithic solid state travelling wave tunable amplifier and oscillator. California Institute of Technology, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, September 10, 1974: US3835407 (145 worldwide citation)

A travelling wave amplifier of signals in the millimeter wavelength range consists of a monolithic solid state waveguide structure wherein space harmonics of the input electromagnetic energy wave (signals) are generated due to periodic corrugations of the guide's top surface. The waveguide structure ...


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Block Carol: Method and apparatus for photoepilation. Carol Block, Silverman & Cass, September 10, 1974: US3834391 (144 worldwide citation)

Photoepilation apparatus comprises a needle or probe carrying a single protected optical fiber which is supported throughout its length adapted to be connected into a photoepilation system including a gaseous discharge source of light energy. The free end of the probe is tapered with a gradual taper ...


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Arnold Bruce K, Keith John T: Electrical connector shield. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, Peterson Thomas L, September 10, 1974: US3835443 (135 worldwide citation)

A radio frequency and electromagnetic interference shield for an electrical connector comprising a helically coiled conductive spring which is interposed between facing surfaces on the mating halves of the connector. The spring is coiled in such a manner that the convolutions thereof are slanted at ...


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Turney Stephen Z: Disposable manifold with atmospheric vent. Finch Esq Walter G, September 10, 1974: US3834372 (129 worldwide citation)

A manifold is formed with a plurality of ports for connection to various components such as arterial-venous pressure generators, a syringe, and a source of fluid and pressure sensitive transducers. The manifold includes one or more rotary members which are selectively positioned for interconnecting ...


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Matsuo Takashi, Itaya Nobushige, Okuno Yositosi, Mizutani Toshio, Ohno Nobuo, Kitamura Shigeyoshi: Alpha-cyanobenzyl cyclopropanecarboxylates. Sumitomo Chemical Company, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, September 10, 1974: US3835176 (112 worldwide citation)

.alpha.-Cyanobenzyl cyclopropanecarboxylates of the formula, ##SPC1##Wherein A is oxygen atom or methylene group, R.sub.1 and R.sub.2 are respectively hydrogen atom, a halogen atom or a lower alkyl group, R.sub.3 is hydrogen atom or methyl group, R.sub.4 is hydrogen atom, methyl group, phenyl group ...


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Lampman Russell A, Knepshield William R: Laparoscopy system. KLI, Jacobs Arthur A, September 10, 1974: US3834392 (107 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopy system for female sterilization whereby a single unit contains the power source to provide illumination, oscillatory electrical power and CO.sub.2 for a laparoscopy. CO.sub.2 gas, under pressure, is first passed into the body through a needle into the peritoneal cavity. The fallopian t ...


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McPhillips Norris J: Tube coupling. Parker Hannifin Corporation, Donnelly Maky Renner & Otto, September 10, 1974: US3834742 (104 worldwide citation)

A coupling for elastomeric tube characterized in the provision of a reversible tube embracing sleeve which has a radially projecting collar or flange at its middle and which is tapered to relatively thin radial ends from said collar, said sleeve, when radially contracted into gripping and sealing en ...


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Fowler Donald M: Shoe sole structure. September 10, 1974: US3834046 (101 worldwide citation)

A cushioning structure for footwear is interposed between the insole of the shoe and the ground-engaging sole and includes upper and lower sheets having a plurality of complementary and aligned protrusions and openings therebetween, the sheets being separated by an elastic diaphragm which will yield ...