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Rasor Ned S, Spickler Joseph William: Intra-cardiac stimulator. Rasor Associates, September 17, 1974: US3835864 (246 worldwide citation)

A stimulator device for insertion in a living body and having particular advantage for intra-cardiac use comprising a structure having a body form of a size and configuration to enable its transvenous or transarterial insertion, the surface of said body form providing electrode means for contact wit ...


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Boenke Clyde O, Miller Murray H, Levine Michael R, Rigotte Victor H, Vivian Weston E, Hall William C: Variable message length data acquisition and retrieval system and method using two-way coaxial cable. Sughrue Rothwell Mion Zinn & Macpeak, September 17, 1974: US3836888 (192 worldwide citation)

A control computer is connected via a coaxial cable to a plurality of remote terminals. Data and command signals are transmitted in the forward direction from the computer to the terminals by time-multiplexing the signals on one channel of the cable and data and request signals are transmitted in th ...


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Niemeyer Robert W: Conduit coupling. Alco Standard Corporation, Meyer Tilberry & Body, September 17, 1974: US3836700 (135 worldwide citation)

A coupling connection is disclosed for providing a fluid tight seal, electrical continuity and restraint against axial separation between a metal coupling body and tubular plastic telephone wire conduit, the inner surface of which conduit is lined with an electrically conductive metal foil and a cov ...


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Anderson Emmett R: Temperature controlled profiling heater. Applied Materials, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, September 17, 1974: US3836751 (117 worldwide citation)

Heater for producing and maintaining a desired temperature profile along angularly displaced axes. The heater includes a pair of radiant heat sources each having a plurality of heating elements spaced along an axis outside a chamber fabricated of a material which is transparent to the heat energy pr ...


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Manning Virgil B: Rotatable dart board, magnetic darts and magnetic scoring switches. Duckworth Hobby & Allen, September 17, 1974: US3836148 (114 worldwide citation)

An automatic scoring dartboard apparatus utilizing darts having magnets attached thereto for throwing at a dart board. The dart board is rotatably mounted to a frame and is driven by an electric motor rotating the dart board at a slow speed. A plurality of magnetic actuatable switches are located be ...


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McGuire George: Bone clamp and adjustable drill guide. Nilles James E, September 17, 1974: US3835849 (111 worldwide citation)

A bone clamp for aiding a surgeon in positioning bones and securing them together and having means for properly orientating drills so that aligned holes may be drilled through the two bones, and also having means for locating the screw to be inserted through the bones to hold them together. One memb ...


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Jacobs Leonard D, Bennett Robert H: Rotating milking platform. Circle Milking, Dugger Johnson & Westman, September 17, 1974: US3835814 (108 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a rotating milking platform for use in a milking parlor wherein the cows move onto a rotating platform, and the cows ride around on the platform while they are milked. A unique drive and support construction for the common friction individual stall portions of the pl ...


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Ehrat Kurt: Self-service shop. Gretag Aktiengesellschaft, Pierce Scheffler & Parker, September 17, 1974: US3836755 (103 worldwide citation)

Equipment for a self-service shop having a check-out station for determining sales data from machine readable data relating to the type of article and its weight applied to articles purchased by a customer; the equipment comprising a container in which the customer places the articles that he wishes ...


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Iglesias Jose J: Endoscope with continuous irrigation. September 17, 1974: US3835842 (95 worldwide citation)

Urological endoscopic instruments known before this invention do not permit continuous clear vision of the operative field because such vision is periodically obscured by the turbid fluid produced at the operative field. The invention produces continuous clear vision of the operative field by causin ...


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Roberts Robert R, DiGioia Leo J: Surgical instrument. Brady O Boyle & Gates, September 17, 1974: US3835859 (90 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument including a flexible track operatively connected to a handle and adapted to be extended therefrom into a knee cavity to conform to the interior configuration of the knee cavity, and a blade slidably mounted on the track and constrained to move thereon for cutting damaged or bro ...



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