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Albert A Assanah, Fitzroy Assanah, George G Assanah: Patient transport and care vehicle. Walter G Finch, June 12, 1984: US04453732 (64 worldwide citation)

The invention is an improved vehicle for the transport and care of patients, particularly incontinent patients. The vehicle combines the facility of a wheel chair and a bed-like transport vehicle, such as a mobile stretcher. The vehicle is particularly useful in providing care for incontinent patien ...


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Louis R Richards: Frame and body construction for automotive passenger vehicle. Trihawk, Kinzer Plyer Dorn & McEachran, June 12, 1984: US04453763 (61 worldwide citation)

A small, lightweight, three-wheel two-passenger automotive vehicle has a rigid, open main box frame of tubular steel formed by two spaced side rails joined by front and rear rails, with a motor mount frame extending forwardly from the main frame; a unitary, one-piece tub of molded, glass fiber reinf ...


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Dean C Buck, Richard E Warren, David E Smith, David Rustici: Distance transducer. Hewlett Packard Company, Edward L Miller, June 12, 1984: US04453825 (61 worldwide citation)

An electronic distance meter is interfacable to a controller and measures distance to a moving target by comparing the phase of a signal propagated to the target with the phase of the reflected signal. A time mark indicating when the measurement was made is corrected by an offset to compensate for a ...


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Marek A Sternheim, Willem van Gelder: Interferometric method and apparatus for measuring etch rate and fabricating devices. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Bernard Tiegerman, Bruce S Schneider, June 12, 1984: US04454001 (60 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for measuring etch depth during the etching of a device pattern into a nontransparent substrate, is disclosed. The method makes use of the finding that the device patterns etched into substrates produce diffraction patterns when illuminated. Thus, according to the method, a be ...


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L David Waterbury: Use of pyrrolo pyrroles in treatment of ophthalmic diseases. Syntex, Hana Dolezalova, Tom M Moran, Alan M Krubiner, June 12, 1984: US04454151 (60 worldwide citation)

Certain known pyrroles have been found to be useful in the topical treatment of various ophthalmic diseases in mammals; especially those originating from or associated with inflammation such as, for example, cystoid macular edema, glaucoma, conjunctivitis, uveitis, diabetic retinopathy and eye surge ...


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Frank Buonome: Method of converting ocean wave action into electrical energy. Walter J McMurray, June 12, 1984: US04454429 (57 worldwide citation)

This invention makes use of the action of ocean waves, converting the water power to electrical energy. This is accomplished by increasing the size of the wave and converting the wave action to hydraulic power, using a turbine and a generator. With this method energy can be stored in tanks (under pr ...


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Francis E Gould, Christian W Johnston: Polyurethane polyene compositions. Tyndale Plains Hunter, Robert W Kell, George F Mueller, June 12, 1984: US04454309 (57 worldwide citation)

Polyurethane polyene compositions are obtained by reacting from about 10 to about 50 parts by weight of a polyene in the presence of about 100 parts by weight of a hydrophilic polyurethane resin. The resulting products will swell and increase in weight upon immersion in water and are permeable to ga ...


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Edward Richman, Mark A Thorn: Absorbent composition of matter, process for preparing same and article prepared therefrom. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Edwin Szala, Margaret Kelley, June 12, 1984: US04454055 (57 worldwide citation)

A dry, solid, water-swellable absorbent composition of matter is prepared by blending together (a) a water-insoluble absorbent polymer and (b) from 1 to 75%, by weight of the blend, of an extender material selected from uncrosslinked cellulose derivatives, starch, certain clays and minerals, or mixt ...


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John F Pindar, Jerome M Cohen, Charles P Bryant: Nitrogenous dispersants, lubricants and concentrates containing said nitrogenous dispersants. The Lubrizol Corporation, D A Polyn, R F Keller, June 12, 1984: US04454059 (56 worldwide citation)

Compositions useful as lubricant and fuel dispersants are prepared by reacting an intermediate (A) of the formulae ##STR1## wherein each R is hydrogen or a lower hydrocarbon-based group, Ar is an aromatic moiety having at least one aliphatic substituent of at least 6 carbon atoms and x is 1 to about ...


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Charles G D Williams: Rodent feed station. Environmentally Safe Products, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 12, 1984: US04453337 (55 worldwide citation)

The feed station is a generally rectangular housing forming an enclosure containing a separate bait cup which cooperates with walls of the enclosure to form an inexpensive disposable product. The housing has a pair of initially covered holes which permit the rodent to enter the housing and travel to ...