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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic surgical methods. Ultrasonic Systems, January 28, 1975: US3862630 (392 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of the invention use ultrasonic energy in the form of mechanical vibrations transmitted by a tool member to close off small severed blood vessels, such as in humans, by the formation of closures at the terminal portions thereof, and stop what is called 'oozes', that requires ...


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Hopkins Charles L: Automatic rear view mirror adjuster. Coffey William R, January 28, 1975: US3862798 (216 worldwide citation)

A rear view mirror assembly comprising a reflective surface, and a liquid crystal assembly covering the reflective surface. The liquid crystal assembly comprises a thin layer of liquid nematic material sandwiched between rigid panes of transparent material, the rigid panes having a thin, transparent ...


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Hans Sr Wendel J: Suction electrode. Townsend Stephen S, January 28, 1975: US3862627 (140 worldwide citation)

A suction electrode for establishing electrical contact between living tissue and an electrical conductor. The electrode comprises a cup-shaped member that terminates in an opening defined by a peripheral lip having a minimum radius of about 0.015 inch. An interior cavity defined by the member has a ...


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Davies Terrence Ardern, Garner Geoffrey Michael, Hurditch Rodney John, Lynch James Thomas, Lanham Tony Edward, Fearnside Kenneth: Electrical interconnectors and connector assemblies. Plessey Handel und Investments, Scrivener Parker Scrivener & Clarke, January 28, 1975: US3862790 (138 worldwide citation)

An electrical interconnector for interconnecting individual pads (1) of a first row of pads with corresponding pads (1) of a second row of pads parallel to the first row, which comprises a number of separate parallel conductors (3) running across the space s between the rows of pads, and insulating ...


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Rotta Nicholas R: Fluid pressure controlled means for producing peristaltic operation of series-connected inflatable chambers in therapeutic devices, pumps and the like. Bock James D, January 28, 1975: US3862629 (134 worldwide citation)

A device comprising a series of inflatable chambers connected in series by valve means operative to produce a continuous propagation of pressure pulses sequentially along the series of chambers by controlled inflation and deflation of the chambers. Embodiments are shown in therapeutic devices for lo ...


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Graves James E: Protective edge weighted cover cloth. Law Richard D, January 28, 1975: US3862876 (110 worldwide citation)

A protective cover cloth having continuous flexible weights secured along at least two opposed edges for securing the cover against wind blowing, etc... The cover cloth may be made from insulated materials and heated for curing concrete. Sand, shot or other particulate material, possibly in individu ...


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Balban Morton S: Vehicle safety system control circuit having a malfunction indicator. Eaton Corporation, Teagno & Toddy, January 28, 1975: US3863208 (101 worldwide citation)

A control circuit serves for controlling operation of a passive restraint safety system for protecting vehicle occupants during a collision. The circuit includes a sensing circuit portion for sensing a crash condition and a firing circuit portion for electrically actuating a safety device actuator, ...


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Glance Bernard, Schneider Martin Victor: Mode suppressor for strip transmission lines. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Hurewitz David L, January 28, 1975: US3863181 (93 worldwide citation)

If strip transmission lines are enclosed in a conducting shield, the shield acts as a waveguide and spurious waveguide modes, which interfere with stripline transmission, are excited. A waveguide mode suppressing structure is disclosed which selectively suppresses the waveguide modes over a certain ...


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Timmerman Hubert G, Catanzarite Vincent O: Gas generator composition and method. Specialty Products Development Corporation, Christie Parker & Hale, January 28, 1975: US3862866 (90 worldwide citation)

A deflagrating composition yielding a gas comprising principally carbon dioxide and water vapor comprises a substantially homogeneous mixture of powders preferably having an average particle size less than about 25 microns. The composition has an oxygen bearing oxidizing powder and an organic reduci ...


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Rode France, Crowley Jr William L, Walker Alexander D R, Cochran David S: General purpose calculator with capability for performing interdisciplinary business calculations. Hewlett Packard Company, Griffin Roland I, LaRiviere F David, January 28, 1975: US3863060 (81 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered, hand-held, calculator employs MOS/LSI calculator circuits to perform arithmetic and financial calculations. Data and commands are input to the calculator from a keyboard having a prefix key to double the functions of selected keys. A 15-digit, seven-segment light emitter diode (LE ...