Charles M Strother, Balakrishna V Kudva: Detachable balloon catheter. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, December 21, 1982: US04364392 (201 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is disclosed for providing therapeutic occlusions of blood vessels and other body tubular structures using an inflatable balloon (11) mounted at the end of a catheter (15). The balloon (11) and catheter (15) are passed through a blood vessel (12) until the balloon (15) reaches ...

Jerome A Turner, George W Dietel: Running shoe with rear stabilization means. Wolverine World Wide, Price Heneveld Huizenga and Cooper, December 21, 1982: US04364188 (200 worldwide citation)

A running shoe having an outer sole and a midsole. The midsole comprises a forefoot portion, an arch portion and a heel portion all formed of a resilient material having a first durometer sufficiently low to provide good cushioning and impact absorption. Rear foot stabilization means in the form of ...

Morton Pader: Shampoo compositions comprising saccharides. Lever Brothers Company, Irving N Feit, James J Farrell, December 21, 1982: US04364837 (181 worldwide citation)

A freely pourable, substantially homogeneous shampoo composition with superior foaming properties and stability is disclosed.

Antonio Nidola, Gian N Martelli: Deposition of catalytic electrodes on ion-exchange membranes. Oronzio de Nora Impianti Elettrochimici S p A, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, December 21, 1982: US04364803 (152 worldwide citation)

A gas and electrolyte permeable metal layer is bonded to an ion-permeable membrane by electroless deposition to produce a permeable metal deposit upon the membrane or diaphragm. Advantageously, the membrane surface to be coated is pretreated with an amphoteric material. Thereafter, the treated surfa ...

Peter B Cook, John H Hunt: Chemical compounds. Allen & Hanburs, Bacon & Thomas, December 21, 1982: US04364923 (151 worldwide citation)

An antiinflammatory steroid exhibiting a tendency to crystal growth in suspension in aerosol propellants is contacted with a halogenated hydrocarbon to form a crystalline solvate, which, after removal of some or all of the propellant from the crystals, is reduced to a particle size permitting inhala ...

Barry T Bates: Running shoe with differential cushioning. Kolisch Hartwell & Dickinson, December 21, 1982: US04364189 (136 worldwide citation)

A sports running shoe constructed to minimize impact shock and to maximize lateral stability. The shoe's midsole is formed with a medial layer portion having one overall firmness, and a lateral layer portion having a lesser overall firmness.

Mitsuko Asai, Kazuo Nakahama, Motowo Izawa: Maytansinoids. Takeda Chemical, Wegner & Bretschneider, December 21, 1982: US04364866 (133 worldwide citation)

Antibiotic C-15003 PHO of the formula: ##STR1## wherein R.sub.1 is H, hydroxyl, alkanoyloxy, alkenylcarbonyloxy or arylcarbonyloxy; R.sub.2 is H, hydroxyl or alkanoyloxy; R.sub.3 is H or alkanoyloxy is produced by introducing a hydroxyl group into 15-position of a maytansinoid compound, and, if desi ...

John M Holley Jr, James R Oliff: Article carrier with dispensing feature. The Mead Corporation, Rodgers & Rodgers, December 21, 1982: US04364509 (128 worldwide citation)

An article carrier comprising a bottom, top and a pair of side walls interconnected to form a tubular carrier, end flaps foldably joined respectively to each end of said walls, web panels interconnecting the ends of adjacent end flaps, a pair of tear lines formed respectively in the adjacent end fla ...

David A Christensen: Vented membrane switch with contaminant scavenger. North American Philips Corporation, James J Cannon Jr, December 21, 1982: US04365130 (117 worldwide citation)

A membrane switch, which is vented to equalize air pressures within and outside the switch, includes a scavenger material in the vent passage selected to react with airborne contaminants and prevent or substantially reduce their passage into the area of the switch contacts.

Lin Nan Lee, Shyue Ching Lu: Multiple-destinational cryptosystem for broadcast networks. Communications Satellite Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, December 21, 1982: US04365110 (115 worldwide citation)

A method of protecting communications through encryption is disclosed which is particularly useful for multiplexed communications. On the transmit side, each message is multiplied by an enciphering key corresponding to its destination, and the products are all added together to form a cryptogram. Ea ...