Kevin M Tucker, Terry L Sandman: Pneumatic splint. Jobst Institute, Wilson Fraser Barker & Clemens, April 17, 1984: US04442834 (63 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a pneumatic splint formed of three similarly shaped walls of flexible thermoplastic material. The inner and outer walls are of identical shape and are peripherally bonded to each other. The intermediate wall is of lesser peripheral dimension and has three of its edges bonde ...

Billy R Slater: Combined mode supervisory program-panel controller method and apparatus for a process control system. Forney Engineering Company, Marvin A Naigur, John E Wilson, Richard L Aitken, April 17, 1984: US04443861 (63 worldwide citation)

A combined mode program-panel controller method for a distributed industrial process control system permits a system operator to configure the overall system architecture to control the sequential operation of the entire system or a sub-portion thereof. The program-panel controller includes a first ...

Fumiaki Funada, Masataka Matsuura, Tomio Wada: Interference color compensation double layered twisted nematic display. Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, April 17, 1984: US04443065 (62 worldwide citation)

A double-layered twisted nematic liquid crystal display device which comprises a double layered structure including first and second layers of liquid crystal, the molecules of said liquid crystal having their longitudinal axes which are twisted, the direction of twist in the first layer being differ ...

John A Bott: Load carrier. Harness Dickey & Pierce, April 17, 1984: US04442961 (61 worldwide citation)

A vehicle load carrying device including a primary load carrying structure for carrying general type loads such as luggage and the like, above a vehicle surface, such as a hood or roof, and a bicycle carrier which can be removably assembled with the primay load carrying structure to facilitate the t ...

Moriyasu Murata, Akira Suzuki, Atsuo Nakae, Susumu Ito: Detergent composition. Kao Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, April 17, 1984: US04443355 (60 worldwide citation)

A detergent composition contains as an active component a cellulase produced by alkalophilic bacteria of the genus of Cellulosmonas.

Frank V Mattei, Namassivaya Doddi: Synthetic absorbable hemostatic agent. Ethicon, Leonard Kean, April 17, 1984: US04443430 (60 worldwide citation)

A synthetic absorbable hemostatic agent for use in the control of osseous hemorrhage, comprising a copolymer of lactide and glycolide containing from about 30% to 70% lactide on a molar basis, and having a molecular weight such that it possesses a putty-like consistency at room temperature. The pref ...

Henry J Enbusk: Dolly for lawn trimmer and combination thereof. Robert L Harrington, April 17, 1984: US04442659 (60 worldwide citation)

A trimmer supported on a dolly, each of which has a handle. The operator holds the dolly handle in one hand and the trimmer handle in the other hand. The trimmer is pivotally connected to the dolly whereby movement of the handle of the trimmer relative to the dolly handle changes the approach angle ...

Hermanus A van de Pas, Huibert A Knobbout: Method of providing raised electrical contacts on electronic microcircuits. U S Philips Corporation, Robert T Mayer, Steven R Biren, April 17, 1984: US04442967 (60 worldwide citation)

A method of providing a raised contact portion on a contact area of an electronic microcircuit in which a ball is formed at one end of a metal wire by means of thermal energy, the ball is pressed against a contact area of the electronic microcircuit and is connected to said contact area. A weakening ...

Hiroshi Kanamori, Takehiro Shigeya, Nobumasa Aoki: Self-illuminating ornament for vehicles. Nissan Motor, Marui Industrial, Lane Aitken & Kananen, April 17, 1984: US04443832 (58 worldwide citation)

An ornament to be attached to a vehicle body such as automobile body to indicate a mark such as the manufacturer's mark for example. The ornament is of the self-illuminating type essentially made up of a base to be attached to an outer part of the vehicle body, a lamp such as an electroluminescent p ...

Norbert Hahn, Steven J Hipp, Michael A Swessel: Releasable locking device. Rite Hite Corporation, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, April 17, 1984: US04443150 (58 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for releasably securing a parked vehicle to an adjacent structure. The device includes a carriage first section affixed to the adjacent structure and a vertically adjustable carriage second section mounted on the first section and biased to assume a predetermined elevated positi ...

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