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Belmont Peter A: Golf club heads and process. Tully Thomas L, Johnson Arthur A, July 29, 1975: US3897066 (188 worldwide citation)

Wooden head for a golf club comprising a wooden body having a top surface, an undersurface carrying a soleplate, a rear surface and a face surface carrying a faceplate adapted to strike a golf ball during use of the golf club. The weight and balance of the head is adjustable by varying the weight of ...


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Rambert Andre, Bousquet Gilles: Method of and prosthesis for restoring ligaments of a joint. Ross Karl F, Dubno Herbert, July 29, 1975: US3896500 (165 worldwide citation)

A method of and device for replacing a damaged ligament in a joint such as a knee, wherein a sheath group of fibers is passed through a tunnel formed in the bore of the joint and opening at the point of attachment of the natural ligament. The artificial ligament is anchored by a pair of plates, one ...


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Buchalter Gilbert: Article impregnated with skin-care formulations. Lerner David Littenberg & Samuel, July 29, 1975: US3896807 (154 worldwide citation)

An article is provided which may be in the form of an article of apparel, such as a glove, or a topical applicator for use in applying a therapeutic substance to the skin, which article is impregnated with the oil phase of a cream formulation. The oil phase impregnant is in the form of a non-oily so ...


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Miller Gale W, Geraci James L: Unitary clamp. Cincinnati Biomedical, Kinney Jr J Warren, July 29, 1975: US3896527 (146 worldwide citation)

A clamp comprises a pair of integral jaws hingedly connected at one end for pivotal movement between opened and closed positions. One jaw contains a latch strike while the other jaw includes a projecting latching member selectively engageable with the latch strike for securely though releasably inte ...


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Granger Maurice, Lerond Andre: Device for the simultaneous dispensing and severing of webs of wound material. Waters Schwartz & Nissen, July 29, 1975: US3896691 (116 worldwide citation)

A device for the simultaneous dispensing and cutting of wound materials comprising a rotatable drum mounted beneath mounted an articulated rolled carrier adapted for carrying a roll of material whose free end extends between the drum and roll carrier and projects from the device. By pulling the mate ...


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Ayres Waldemar A: Plasma separator-hydrostatic pressure type. Becton Dickinson and Company, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurucz, July 29, 1975: US3897343 (111 worldwide citation)

A blood collection and separator assembly of the type suitable for centrifuging to separate the plasma from the cellular phase of blood is disclosed. The assembly includes a collection container and a piston disposed therein for sealing off the plasma phase from the cellular phase after centrifuging ...


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Rosenberg David J: Autotransfusion apparatus. Pall Corporation, July 29, 1975: US3896733 (95 worldwide citation)

A continuous-flow two-reservoir fluid medicament- or blood-feed system is provided, for administration of such fluids to patients, composed of two reservoirs, each filled by way of check valves from a common supply, and with common connections to a vacuum line. Application of vacuum draws the fluid ...


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Storz Karl: Ultrasonic surgical instrument. Schaffer Murray, July 29, 1975: US3896811 (93 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic surgical instrument comprising a probe and a transducer wherein at least the probe and the point of connection between the probe and the transducer are enveloped by a jacket which is spaced so as to provide an air gap substantially surrounding the probe and the transducer.


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Akiyama Hiroshi: Aspirator for removal of the contents of cystic tumors. Hill Gross Simpson Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, July 29, 1975: US3896810 (91 worldwide citation)

An aspirator including an open-bottom suction structure defining a vacuum chamber therein which can be evacuated to a desired degree of vacuum to permit the structure to be securely attached to a tumorous part of the body suction. A guide sleeve is fixedly supported along the vertical axis of the su ...


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Parker Donald L: Accumulator charging and relief valve. General Motors Corporation, MacLean Jr K H, July 29, 1975: US3896845 (82 worldwide citation)

A combination charging and relief valve for an accumulator of a hydraulic power brake booster. The valve includes a threaded body member having an end portion located within the brake booster housing separating a passage fluidly connected to a hydraulic fluid pressure source and another passage flui ...