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David T Green: Surgical stapler apparatus having pivotally related staple holder and anvil. United States Surgical Corporation, Robert R Jackson, John E Nathan, October 19, 1982: US04354628 (360 worldwide citation)

Surgical stapler apparatus for forming an array of surgical staples in body tissue includes an anvil member against which the staples are crimped and a staple holder pivotally mounted adjacent one end of the anvil member so that the staple holder tends to displace with any displacement of the anvil ...


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Tod Johnson, Andrew Tarshis, George Goldberg: Market survey data collection method. NPD Research, Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, October 19, 1982: US04355372 (281 worldwide citation)

A method for independently electronically collecting related market survey data from a plurality of diverse locations (6,6') for temporary storage at each of the independent diverse locations (6,6') where the data is collected for subsequent transmission thereof from these locations (6,6') over a te ...


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John B George, William J Testin: Tuning mode arrangement useful for restricting channel selection to certain channels. RCA Corporation, E M Whitacre, P J Rasmussen, P M Emanuel, October 19, 1982: US04355415 (278 worldwide citation)

A television tuning system includes a memory for storing tuning information with first and second groups of memory locations for storing different tuning information for the same group of predetermined channels. A mode switch, in a first mode, allows memory locations in the first group to be address ...


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Harold J Weber: Indicia recognition apparatus. Coulter Systems Corporation, Silverman Cass & Singer, October 19, 1982: US04355300 (210 worldwide citation)

Method and device for detecting the presence or the absence of conductive indicia carried by a supporting substrate which together comprise a security document, for the purpose of ascertaining the genuineness, value or other selected characteristic represented by said indicia. The indicia material i ...


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Glenn J Luzzi: Attachment arrangement for high voltage electrical connector. Amerace Corporation, Arthur Jacob, David Teschner, Richard A Craig, October 19, 1982: US04354721 (188 worldwide citation)

An attachment arrangement is carried by a bushing assembly of a high voltage electrical distribution system and facilitates attachment and securing of the bushing assembly to an electrical connector and subsequent attachment and securing of the electrical connector to a terminal of an electrical app ...


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Donald M Bartos: Nose mask gas delivery device. Dow Corning Corporation, Richard E Rakoczy, October 19, 1982: US04354488 (185 worldwide citation)

A nose mask for administering one or more gases such as oxygen to a human being comprises, in combination, (I) a shell having a front portion, a rear portion and a first opening comprising substantially the entire horizontal area beneath the wearer's nose and (II) a hollow gas delivery tube containi ...


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Billy R Garvin: Automatic banking machine. Docutel Corporation, Richards Harris & Medlock, October 19, 1982: US04355369 (183 worldwide citation)

A high speed, computer controlled banding machine provides fully automated teller stations for completing banking functions in response to a coded credit card presented thereto. A complete banking system normally consists of four remote terminals (customer consoles), interconnected to an electronic ...


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Raymond J Noack: Control apparatus. Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, October 19, 1982: US04355271 (182 worldwide citation)

Control apparatus for controlling windscreen wiper apparatus of a vehicle. An infra-red radiating device directs infra-red radiation from the interior of the vehicle through the windscreen to be reflected from the outer surface of the windscreen back into the vehicle where it is detected by a detect ...


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Mahendrakumar D Desai, Thomas E Shuren: Microprocessor based vending apparatus. Trafalgar, Lerner David Littenberg & Samuel, October 19, 1982: US04354613 (161 worldwide citation)

Microprocessor-based vending apparatus incorporating a plurality of separately driven individual dispensing assemblies is disclosed. The dispensing assemblies are scanned to determine their state and any malfunctioning assembly disabled to prevent attempted selection by a user without shutting down ...


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Alan R Kahn: Cardiac depolarization detection apparatus. Medtronic, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas Steffey & Arrett, October 19, 1982: US04354497 (131 worldwide citation)

Apparatus which detects ventricular depolarizations originating at an ectopic focus. Ventricular depolarization is sensed at a plurality of areas of the heart including one area within the interventricular septum or near the right ventricular apex. Logic circuity responds to the sensed depolarizatio ...