Kenichi Nakamura, Shiro Nankai, Takashi Iijima, Masataro Fukuda: Enzyme electrode. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, September 23, 1980: US04224125 (572 worldwide citation)

An enzyme electrode, which comprises an oxidoreductase including, where necessary, a coenzyme; a redox polymer acting as an electron mediator in an enzymatic reaction; and an electron collector, wherein the oxidoreductase and the redox polymer are both maintained in the immobilized state on or in th ...

Harold P Bovenkerk, Paul D Gigl: Temperature resistant abrasive compact and method for making same. General Electric Company, Morgan Finnegan Pine Foley & Lee, September 23, 1980: US04224380 (333 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a compact for tools, such as cutting, drilling and shaping tools, consists essentially of self-bonded abrasive particles. The bonded particles define a substantially continuous interconnected network of pores, dispersed throughout the compact. The method for making such a compact ...

Alois A Langer, Morton M Mower: Arrhythmia recorder for use with an implantable defibrillator. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, September 23, 1980: US04223678 (245 worldwide citation)

A device for recording and subsequently reproducing information, such as desired portions of an ECG signal produced by a heart prior to and during the occurrence of a disturbance in cardiac electrical activity. Two basic embodiments of the inventive recorder are contemplated. One embodiment is fully ...

Michel Schneider: Process for the preparation of liposomes in aqueous solution. Battelle Memorial Institute, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, September 23, 1980: US04224179 (238 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of a solution or suspension of liposomes in an aqueous medium comprising the steps of dispersing a first aqueous liquid in an essentially water-insoluble solvent in the presence of a compound of the formula XY wherein X is a hydrophilic lipophobic group and Y is a lipop ...

David G Wuchinich, Alan Broadwin, Robert P Andersen: Ultrasonic aspirator. Cavitron Corporation, Robert M Skolnik, William R Evans, September 23, 1980: US04223676 (211 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for the surgical removal of tissue is disclosed comprising a handpiece having a resonant vibrator with a magnetostrictive stack and connecting body encompassing a hollow elongated tool which is ultrasonically vibrated at its tip longitudinally to a peak to peak stroke of at least 0.005 inc ...

Stewart L Fluent, Dan R Foley: Implant gun. Arthur J McIntosh, James C Nemmers, Haven E Simmons, September 23, 1980: US04223674 (194 worldwide citation)

An implant gun for depositing pellets or the like subcutaneously. The gun includes a hollow needle through which a number of pellets are dispensed from a cartridge that is positioned either inside the needle or in an ante-chamber. The action of the gun is such that the pellets are gently deposited i ...

Frans F Jobsis: Method and apparatus for monitoring metabolism in body organs in vivo. Duke University, B B Olive, September 23, 1980: US04223680 (177 worldwide citation)

A spectrophotometric method, apparatus and reflectance technique is directed to non-invasive, harmless, continuous, atraumatic, in vivo, in situ monitoring of metabolism in a body organ utilizing measuring and reference wavelengths within the near infrared region, i.e., 700-1300 nm. Monitoring of ox ...

Perry A Penz: Method of using a liquid crystal display device as a data input device. Texas Instruments Incorporated, William E Hiller, Melvin Sharp, James T Comfort, September 23, 1980: US04224615 (170 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display (LCD) device may be used as a device for receiving data from a human operator, that is, an LCD device may be used as a keyboard for receiving data from a human operator. The LCD device preferably has a rear substrate, a transparent front plate, a plurality of segments formed ...

Torsten S Carlson: Automatic periodic drug dispensing system. Hill Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, September 23, 1980: US04223801 (137 worldwide citation)

An automatic periodic pharmaceutical preparation dispenser, for alerting patients under medication when specific drugs are to be taken. The device provides orderly storage of a plurality of drugs to be taken in a given time period with a coding associated with each pill. The device further provides ...

Alexander T Borgeas: Heel shock absorber for footwear. Warren F B Lindsley, September 23, 1980: US04223457 (122 worldwide citation)

Heel supporting and cushioning member for footwear controlling the movement of foot/leg muscles in the form of removable, preferably disposable heel and foot shock absorber comprising a pliable coil filled with an elastomeric material resiliently flexing with the movement of the heel.

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