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Stubstad James A, Urbaniak James R, Kahn Paul: Prosthesis for spinal repair. Cutter Laboratories, Owen Wickersham & Erickson, February 25, 1975: US3867728 (1027 worldwide citation)

A shaped article comprising at least a core element having generally flat top and bottom surfaces, the core element being made of elastic polymer and preferably reinforced. Presently preferred forms of the article are those in which the core element has a covering element secured to one or, in some ...


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Kuipers Jack: Object tracking and orientation determination means, system and process. Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, February 25, 1975: US3868565 (303 worldwide citation)

A field (e.g., a magnetic field) which nutates about a pointing vector is used to both track or locate an object in addition to determining the relative orientation of this object. Apparatus for generating such a field includes mutually orthogonal coils and circuitry for supplying an unmodulated car ...


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Samuels Peter B: Hemostatic clip and applicator therefor. Wood Ernest C, Le Vaux Rene G, February 25, 1975: US3867944 (240 worldwide citation)

A hemostatic clip and an applicator therefor in which the clip is formed of a pair of elongate strips defining spaced opposing arms interconnected at one end and open at the other end, with each of the arms having a plurality of teeth members on opposing faces, with the teeth members being spaced al ...


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Perrino Frank A: Multi-layer connecting structures for packaging semiconductor devices mounted on a flexible carrier. Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation, MacPherson Alan H, Richbourg J Ronald, February 25, 1975: US3868724 (203 worldwide citation)

Connecting structures for integrated circuit chips or dice are fabricated by forming a plurality of sets of leads on a first surface of a flexible tape. The sets of leads penetrate through to the second surface of the tape at ends of the leads, via holes formed in the tape. Small contacts are formed ...


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Fischell Robert E: Fixed rate rechargeable cardiac pacemaker. The Johns Hopkins University, Archibald Robert E, Lacey John S, February 25, 1975: US3867950 (200 worldwide citation)

An improved fixed-rate cardiac pacer or stimulator adapted for human implantation which utilizes, as its power source, a single, rechargeable cell battery which is recharged through the patient's skin by magnetic induction. The rechargeable battery supplies operating energy to transistorized pulse g ...


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Huene Donald R: Assembly for inserting rigid shafts into fractured bones. Huebner & Worrel, February 25, 1975: US3867932 (139 worldwide citation)

An improved assembly for use in techniques wherein substantially rigid shafts are employed for joining opposed segments of a fractured bone, including a clamp characterized by an elongated body of a generally C-shape configuration having a fixed jaw projected laterally from one end thereof, for enga ...


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Pageot Jacques, Roy Yvon, Purkhardt Cesar: Surgical and examination table structure. Millet Roux & Cie Ltee, Cushman Darby & Cushman, February 25, 1975: US3868103 (132 worldwide citation)

An improved table structure capable of adopting various surgical operation positions as well as positions for X-ray and image intensifier examinations includes a base, a vertical supporting frame, carrier means pivotably mounted at the upper end of the supporting frame, and patient-receiving seriall ...


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Heinrich Wilhelm: Separator panel holder for display shelves. Lindsley Warren F B, February 25, 1975: US3868021 (128 worldwide citation)

An improved panel support for use in partitioning display shelves which is positionable at any location along the length of the shelf without the necessity of having a supporting structure at the front edge of the shelf comprising a slotted L-shaped holder employing a bifurcated cam-shaped protrusio ...


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Bartz Kenneth W, Higgins John J, Berejka Anthony J, Di Cresce Amerigo J: Thermoplastic adhesive compositions. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Roth David A, February 25, 1975: US3868433 (117 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic adhesive compositions such as hot melts containing conventional components are improved considerably by the inclusion of acid or acid derivative grafted polyolefins particularly acrylic acid-grafted polypropylene, polyethylene and/or ethylene-propylene polymer substances. Alternatively ...


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Kitrilakis Sotiris: Intrauterine device and process of making the same. Tecna Corporation, Lothrop & West, February 25, 1975: US3867933 (104 worldwide citation)

An intrauterine device has a pair of initially flat, registering, triangle-shaped sheets of soft, rubber-like, substantially liquid-impervious, non-toxic flexible material of about the same dimensions as the undistorted human uterine cavity. The sheets are reinforced by a mat of flexible or pliable, ...