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Webster John L: Road construction and panel for making same. Reynolds Metal Company, January 7, 1975: US3859000 (243 worldwide citation)

A road construction comprised of a plurality of identical invertible polygonal panels with each panel comprising a plurality of single piece peripheral frame members fixed together to define a polygonal configuration and each of the members having a roughly L-shaped projection extending therefrom wh ...


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Bass Michael, Dwyer Richard M, Haverback Bernard J: Fiber optic laser light delivery system. University of Southern California, Harris Kern Wallen & Tinsley, January 7, 1975: US3858577 (237 worldwide citation)

A flexible endoscope with a laser connected thereto for simultaneous viewing and performance of surgery on the interior stomach wall. A low power laser operating in the visible light range with the laser beam directed to one or more individual fiber optic fibers carried on an endoscope for performin ...


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Milo Simcha: Surgical retaining device. Pravel Wilson & Matthews, January 7, 1975: US3858578 (162 worldwide citation)

A device for holding surgical instruments firmly in place. A surgical instrument is attached to a retaining arm, the rigidity of which is controlled by a fluid actuated operating apparatus. By activating the operating apparatus, the arm can be made flexible as the instrument is being positioned and ...


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Kriofsky Thomas A, Kaplan Leon M: Inductively coupled transmitter-responder arrangement. Finkelstein Don B, January 7, 1975: US3859624 (161 worldwide citation)

An inductively coupled interrogator-responder arrangement having two dimensional and limited three dimensional capability. An interrogator means having AC power field generating capability and uniquely coded information field receiving capability may be positioned at a known location such as in a pr ...


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Lessen Martin: Surgical method and electrode therefor. Steinhilper Frank A, Rosen Alfred H, January 7, 1975: US3858586 (160 worldwide citation)

A surgical electrode is described. This instrument is adapted to fit into a body cavity, to be directed by the surgeon to an operative area in the cavity and then to emit a cauterizing electric current. Several embodiments are disclosed. In one, a blind electrode is positioned and pulsed. In another ...


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Kapitanov Nikolai Nikolaevich, Petrova Natalia Petrovna, Jurasova Nina Vasilievna, Kharchenko Vladimir Petrovich: Surgical instrument for stitching up tissues with lengths of suture wire. Waters Roditi Schwartz & Nissen, January 7, 1975: US3858783 (155 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for stitching up tissues with lengths of suture wire, comprising a body made as a stem provided with a handle at one end and with a die at the other end for the lengths of suture wire to be bent. The die is shaped as a curved needle having a guide groove on its concave surface ...


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Jannery George E, Messinger Mark P: Cable television two-way communication system. Computer Cable Corporation, DeLio and Montgomery, January 7, 1975: US3859596 (113 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a two-way communication for use on cable television systems where each user terminal may be individually polled for service requirements, and such requirements provided on a responsive basis. Each user terminal has a unique address and recognizes polling signals directed o ...


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Kamen Dean: Medication injection device. Bauer & Amer, January 7, 1975: US3858581 (108 worldwide citation)

A medication-administering device controlled for repetitive delivery, by intravenous injection or otherwise, of predetermined syringe volumes of said medication at present time intervals, wherein the syringe plunger medication injection stroke is achieved using a powering motor, and the control exer ...


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Hume Jr Alfred S: Non-volatile memory unit with automatic standby power supply. Intersil Incorporated, Gregg Hendricson & Caplan, January 7, 1975: US3859638 (101 worldwide citation)

An integrated circuit memory unit having an integral standby power supply actuated manually or automatically upon main power supply failure or disconnect to maintain all memory information for retrieval or use. A single integral memory unit and standby power supply effects memory retention despite m ...


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Takezawa Teruhiro, Masuda Michio, Nabeyama Hiroaki, Mohri Katsuo, Fukuda Masaaki, Kayano Tatsuo, Yanagimachi Akio, Yamane Hisakichi, Sawabe Eiichi, Uehara Takashi, Yoshino Takehiko: Receiver for receiving a still picture broadcasting signal. Hitachi, Hitachi Electronics, Nippon Hoso Kyokai, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, January 7, 1975: US3859458 (99 worldwide citation)

A receiver for receiving a still picture broadcasting signal consisting of a composite signal comprising a video signal representing a plurality of still pictures, an audio signal in the form of a pulse code modulated and time division multiplexed signal representing a plurality of sounds, a control ...



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