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Robert K Jarvik: Preformed ligatures for bleeders and methods of applying such ligatures. Mattern Ware Davis & Stoltz, October 12, 1976: US03985138 (315 worldwide citation)

A preformed ligature comprises a loop, loop forming closure and an extension which may be pulled to close the loop about a bleeder. One preformed ligature according to the invention is formed of a continuous loop of gut or synthetic suture material tied into a slip knot to form the closure and the e ...


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Jon Arthur Jenkins, Orris H Flatten, Oscar E Hyman: IV pump. Imed Corporation, Ellsworth R Roston, October 12, 1976: US03985133 (212 worldwide citation)

A volumetric infusion pump for intravenous administration of fluid to a patient, including a volumetric cassette for receiving fluid from an IV fluid container and for pumping such fluid at a controlled rate using an IV administration set until a predetermined volume of fluid has been infused into t ...


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Ken Steinacher: Panoramic rear viewing system. Lawrence Peska Associates, Jack D Slobod, October 12, 1976: US03985424 (202 worldwide citation)

A panoramic rear viewing system for an automotive vehicle includes plural fiber optic bundles having input ends mounted behind lenses in swivel mounts at various positions around the periphery of the roof of the vehicle for viewing in adjoining rearward azimuthal sectors. The output ends of the fibe ...


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Roy T Eddelman: Ferromagnetic separation process and material. October 12, 1976: US03985649 (199 worldwide citation)

A method of carrying out a solid phase chemical reaction or a filtration step to remove a solid from a liquid utilizing ferromagnetic particles. The particles may have a porous or otherwise bondable solid support material having adsorbed or chemically bonded thereon a biologically active substance t ...


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Georg Spinner: H.F. cable socket. Ralf H Siegemund, October 12, 1976: US03985418 (166 worldwide citation)

A tubular clamping cone with axial split is placed on a coaxial cable and is engaged by a clamping annulus with conical inner surface, the latter element being slidably disposed in a sleeve and urged by springs onto the clamping cone. A socket element is threaded into the sleeve and has an O-ring to ...


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Gilbert Peter Hyatt: Illumination control system. Gilbert P Hyatt, October 12, 1976: US03986022 (153 worldwide citation)

Control of illumination with illumination amplifier devices provides a basis for implementing various types of illumination systems. Also illumination amplifiers in closed illumination servo loops provide improved illumination control. An illumination control system provides precise control of camer ...


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Lewis J Fetters, Le Khac Bi: Star polymers and process for the preparation thereof. The University of Akron, October 12, 1976: US03985830 (152 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a series of star polymer products having at least three polymeric arms which radiate from a nucleus having at least two molecules of a linking compound. The polymeric arms may be copolymers of conjugated dienes and monovinyl aromatic compounds and/or homopolymers of either monomer. A no ...


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John W Jepson, Walter Reid, Robert A Brown: Golf club wood. Acushnet Company, Eyre Mann Lucas & Just, October 12, 1976: US03985363 (126 worldwide citation)

An improved wood type golf club is disclosed. A reinforcing member is provided in the club whereby the strength of attachment of the shaft to the club is greater than with conventional wood type clubs. Additionally, because of the shape of the reinforcing member, a portion of the weight of the club ...


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Susumu Tanaka, Yuji Enoguchi, Masaya Ogawa, Hidetoshi Kawabata, Takaji Kurita, Takao Fujiwara, Hiroshi Murasaki, Kenichi Wada: Electrophotographic copying apparatus. Minolta Camera Kabushiki Kaisha, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, October 12, 1976: US03985436 (123 worldwide citation)

An electrophotographic copying apparatus in which a photoreceptor, a developing device and a cleaning device for residual toner particles are integrally incorporated in a casing as one unit so as to be releasably inserted into the copying apparatus housing for efficient replacement and maintenance o ...


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H Karl Krummel, Terrell W Gault: Detergent compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Julius P Filcik, Robert B Aylor, Thomas H O Flaherty, October 12, 1976: US03985669 (106 worldwide citation)

Detergent compositions containing water-insoluble aluminosilicate ion exchange materials, organic surface-active agents and a minor amount of silicate solids. The aminosilicate ion exchange materials are characterized by the speed and efficiency with which they are capable of removing hardness ions ...