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Yasushi Sato, Yasushi Takatori, Toshitami Hara, Yoshiaki Shirato: Liquid jet recording device. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, July 10, 1984: US04459600 (1193 worldwide citation)

A liquid jet recording device comprises: a recording head having liquid discharging orifice for discharging liquid in a predetermined direction, a heat generating member, a heat acting zone where heat energy generated from the heat generating member acts on the liquid, and liquid feeding path for fe ...


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Leland C Clark Jr: Cutaneous methods of measuring body substances. Children s Hospital Medical Center, Wood Herron & Evans, July 10, 1984: US04458686 (289 worldwide citation)

Cutaneous methods for measurement of substrates in mammalian subjects are disclosed. A condition of the skin is used to measure a number of important substances which diffuse through the skin or are present underneath the skin in the blood or tissue. According to the technique, an enzyme whose activ ...


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Gustave L Hoehn Jr: Method for directionally drilling a first well to intersect a second well. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Michael G Gilman, Charles J Speciale, July 10, 1984: US04458767 (263 worldwide citation)

A first well is directionally drilled to intersect a second well. The second well is magnetized along its well casing to produce a magnetic anomaly which is sensed by a magnetometer located in the first. The drilling of the first well is redirected in accordance with the magnitude of the sensed anom ...


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Ties S te Velde: Method of manufacturing a display device. U S Philips Corporation, Paul R Miller, July 10, 1984: US04459182 (251 worldwide citation)

A display device having a transparent supporting plate which is provided with transflective regions. At a short distance from the first supporting plate resilient electrodes are connected which are manufactured from a partially reflective material. By varying the distance between the resilient elect ...


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Jan Bock, Patrick P McCall, Max L Robbins, Michael Siskin: In situ shale-oil recovery process. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Henry E Naylor, July 10, 1984: US04458757 (249 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a process for converting organic material of oil-shale to predominantly liquids. The oil-shale is first heated to a temperature from about 360.degree. C. to 475.degree. C. in an anionic atmosphere. The resulting liquids and gases are collected and the residue is extracted with a microem ...


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Ioannis V Yannas, John F Burke: Cell-seeding procedures involving fibrous lattices. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur A Smith Jr, David E Brook, July 10, 1984: US04458678 (213 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the introduction of viable cells into a fibrous lattice by surgical, force-utilizing, or other manipulative techniques, all of which are referred to herein as "seeding." One embodiment comprises an autografting technique which involves intact tissue. Other embodiments which ...


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Richard P Lentz, Stephen B Servais: Alternator testing apparatus. Snap on Tools Corporation, Emrich & Dithmar, July 10, 1984: US04459548 (149 worldwide citation)

An alternator produces current that has an average component and a ripple component. The alternator testing apparatus produces one voltage representative of the magnitude of the peak-to-peak amplitude of the ripple component and a second voltage representative of the sum of the average component and ...


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Kenneth E Wilkinson: Compartmented flexible solution container. Abbott Laboratories, Neil E Hamilton, Alan R Thiele, July 10, 1984: US04458811 (141 worldwide citation)

A compartmented and collapsible container for sterile components which has at least one separate compartment for each component, yet will permit the intermixing of the components upon the breaking of a frangible member which separates the compartments. The compartmented container is specifically con ...


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Charles E McCorkle Jr: Intravenous channel cardiac electrode and lead assembly and method. Cahill Sutton & Thomas, July 10, 1984: US04458677 (138 worldwide citation)

An intravenous lead assembly for atrial ventricular (AV) sequential pacing includes a channel and a separable core lead. The channel lead and the core lead respectively include first and second helical coil conductors through which first and second wire stylets can be inserted. The first and second ...


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David C MacGregor: Method of forming a small bore flexible vascular graft involving eluting solvent-elutable particles from a polymeric tubular article. Sim & McBurney, July 10, 1984: US04459252 (137 worldwide citation)

Novel cardiovascular prosthetic devices or implants having many useful cardiovascular applications comprise a porous surface and a network of interconnected interstitial pores below the surface in fluid flow communication with the surface pores. Tissue forms a smooth thin adherent coating of self-de ...