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Hiltebrandt Siegfried: Coagulating devices. November 18, 1975: US3920021 (551 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to devices for coagulating animal tissue by means of high frequency current. Such devices are known to include two electrodes connectable to sources of high frequency alternating current at different potentials, and the coagulating current flows between these electrodes after ...


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Gombrich Peter P, Gallagher John T: Evaluation system for cardiac stimulators. Medtronic, Schwartz Lew, Sivertson Wayne A, November 18, 1975: US3920005 (158 worldwide citation)

A system for evaluation of a cardiac stimulator connected to a patient, the system having means for detecting and differentiating between stimulation pulses and cardiac response pulses, means for determining rate of stimulation pulses and whether such rate falls within a predetermined calibration, a ...


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Corwin Jr Merton Dudley, Hohn Richard Edward, Tarvin Ronald Lee: Method and apparatus for programming a computer operated robot arm. Cincinnati Milacron, Eby C Richard, November 18, 1975: US3920972 (153 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is disclosed for teaching a cycle of operation to a computer operated robot arm thereby permitting the arm to automatically iterate the cycle of operation. The disclosed apparatus is operable with a robot arm having a geometric configuration defining a generalized coordinate s ...


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Van Scott Eugene J, Yu Ruey J: Treatment of disturbed keratinization. LeBlanc & Shur, November 18, 1975: US3920835 (143 worldwide citation)

A treatment to alleviate the symptoms of diseases characterized by defects in keratinization consisting of the topical application of an ointment or lotion containing one or more lower aliphatic compounds having from two to about six carbon atoms, and preferably having .alpha.-carbon functionality i ...


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Levine Jules David: Field emitting device and method of making same. RCA Corporation, Bruestle Glenn H, Murray William H, November 18, 1975: US3921022 (125 worldwide citation)

A non-thermionic field emitting device includes at least one pyramidal shaped field emitting element on one surface of an electrically conductive substrate. At least one needle-like projection is located on the tip of the pyramidal shaped field emitting element. An electron extracting electrode is m ...


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Sanders David H, Lynch Henry W, Uy Sennen: Implantable prosthesis having a self-sealing valve. Medical Engineering Corporation, Barry Ronald E, November 18, 1975: US3919724 (117 worldwide citation)

An implantable breast prosthesis including a flexible container formed from a medical grade of silicone elastomer, a self-sealing valve provided on the inside surface of the container, the valve being formed of a self-sealing gel and including sufficient barium sulfate, bismuth subcarbonate or tanta ...


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Albert Robert Eyer, Weed Grant Barg: Water-dispersible pesticide aggregates. E I Du Pont de Nemours & Co, November 18, 1975: US3920442 (115 worldwide citation)

Coherent, essentially isodimensional, free-flowing, water-soluble or water-dispersible pesticide aggregates which are resistant to attrition in shipping and storage and which will pass a U.S. Standard 10-mesh sieve and will be retained on a U.S. Standard 140-mesh sieve comprising a mixture of from 5 ...


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Guanella Gustav: Apparatus for enciphering transmitted data by interchanging signal elements of the transmitted data without overlapping or omitting any elements within the transmitted signal train. Patelhold Patentwerwertungs & Elektro Holding, Greene Orville N, Durr Frank L, November 18, 1975: US3921151 (114 worldwide citation)

An information signal train which may, for example, be an audio signal, is divided into equal time intervals and temprarily stored. Each stored element is read out in a random pattern so as to randomly 'scramble' the arrangement of the elements as compared with their original arrangement. The scramb ...


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Kraus Constantine R: Buyer credit service for a telephone system. Roche Patrick J, November 18, 1975: US3920908 (106 worldwide citation)

A credit center detachably connectible to a traffic service position system (TSPS) connecting calling and called telephone sets for enabling the calling set to obtain a service on credit from the called set in a telephone system wherein the credit center stores credit intelligence pertinent to the c ...


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Green Robert Franklin: Wall structure and device for sealing thereof. Johns Manville Corporation, Krone Robert M, McClain James W, November 18, 1975: US3919820 (98 worldwide citation)

A wall structure is described which contains joints sealed by a system operating in accordance with the rain screen principle. Adjacent panels have facing edge grooves and an air sealing member between the panels on the interior side thereof. A rain screen baffle, retained in only one of said groove ...



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