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Kenneth B Stokes: Drug dispensing body implantable lead. Medtronic, Reed A Duthler, Joseph F Breimayer, John L Rooney, March 26, 1985: US04506680 (501 worldwide citation)

A body implantable lead for the delivery of stimulation energy to a desired body site including a drug dispenser carried by the lead which retains a drug to be dispensed while allowing the dispensing of that drug at least adjacent the desired body stimulation site. The drug may be one which is inten ...


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David T Green: Apparatus for applying two-part surgical fasteners. United States Surgical Corporation, Robert R Jackson, John E Nathan, March 26, 1985: US04506671 (407 worldwide citation)

In apparatus for applying a two-part surgical fastener including a fastener part having at least one prong and a retainer part having an aperture for receiving and retaining the distal end of the prong, the retainer part is initially held securely to the apparatus by contact with a lug extending int ...


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Donald A Tomalia, James R Dewald: Dense star polymers having core, core branches, terminal groups. The Dow Chemical Corporation, March 26, 1985: US04507466 (233 worldwide citation)

Dense star polymers having terminal group densities greater than conventional star polymers exhibit greater and more uniform reactivity than their corresponding conventional star polymers. For example, a third generation, amine-terminated polyamidoamine dense star polymer prepared from ammonia, meth ...


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Alois A Duska: Radiographic localization technique. Poms Smith Lande & Rose, March 26, 1985: US04506676 (192 worldwide citation)

To avoid problems in communication between the examining physician, the X-ray technician and the diagnosing radiologist, the present invention utilizes adhesive tape having radiopaque material incorporated into it. This tape is for use by the examining physician, to mark the exact location of concer ...


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Kenneth G Nolte: Fracturing fluid breaker system which is activated by fracture closure. The Standard Oil Company, Scott H Brown, Fred E Hook, March 26, 1985: US04506734 (178 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are compositions and related methods of use for reducing the viscosity of a fluid introduced into a subterranean formation. The compositions are introduced into the subterranean formation and are non-reactive to the fluid until activated by the closing of any fractures in the subterranean ...


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Alan E Thompson: Method and apparatus for replacing buried pipe. Expand A Line Incorporated, Gunn Lee & Jackson, March 26, 1985: US04507019 (175 worldwide citation)

A pipeline replacement system incorporating an expansion and line replacement mandrel and having a power system for imparting linear movement and rotation to the mandrel. Within the scope of the invention, the mandrel may be pushed or pulled or both pushed and pulled through an existing buried pipel ...


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Ronald L Crossley: Two-part surgical fastener applying apparatus with frangible member. United States Surgical Corporation, Robert R Jackson, John E Nathan, March 26, 1985: US04506670 (174 worldwide citation)

In apparatus for applying a two-part surgical fastener including a fastener part having at least one prong and a retainer part having an aperture for receiving and retaining the distal end of the prong, the retainer part is initially held securely to the apparatus by contact with a lug extending int ...


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Dieter Gawlick, James N Gray, Wallace M Iimura, Ronald L Obermarck: Method and apparatus for logging journal data using a log write ahead data set. International Business Machines Corporation, Shelley M Beckstrand, R Bruce Brodie, March 26, 1985: US04507751 (159 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a computing apparatus and method for maintaining a journal log. The computing apparatus includes volatile storage for storing a log buffer and a non-volatile storage for storing a journal log. Non-volatile storage means are provided for storing in a write-ahead data set a plur ...


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Michael J Freeman: One way interactive multisubscriber communication system. Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, March 26, 1985: US04507680 (157 worldwide citation)

Interactive programming may be provided by the system (26) of the present invention which can enable both manual and automatic selection of various interactive responses from simultaneously transmitted programming on different channels. In a cable television system (20), the channels used to transmi ...


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Joseph W Blake III: Skin approximator. Peter K Kontler, March 26, 1985: US04506669 (154 worldwide citation)

A skin approximator has two hinged together sections provided with free ends movable towards and away from each other. The free ends carry arms which are so hinged to them that they pivot during movement of the sections towards each other and when barbs provided on these arms are inserted into the s ...



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