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David T Green, Ernie Aranyi: Articulated surgical fastener applying apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, Robert R Jackson, John E Nathan, January 28, 1986: US04566620 (641 worldwide citation)

In apparatus including a distal surgical fastener applying assembly operatively connected to a proximal actuator assembly by a longitudinal shaft assembly, the shaft assembly includes an articulation for allowing the fastener applying assembly to be placed in any of a wide range of rotational orient ...


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Lawrence B Lockwood: Automatic information, goods and services dispensing system. Charmasson & Holz, January 28, 1986: US04567359 (491 worldwide citation)

A system for automatically dispensing information, goods and services to a customer on a self-service basis including a central data processing center in which information on services offered by various institutions in a particular industry is stored. One or more self-service information and sales t ...


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Larry J Hornbeck: Spatial light modulator and method. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Carlton H Hoel, Robert O Groover, James T Comfort, January 28, 1986: US04566935 (488 worldwide citation)

Methods of fabrication of spatial light modulators with deflectable beams by plasma etching after dicing of a substrate into chips, each of the chips an SLM, is disclosed. Also, various architectures available with such plasma etching process are disclosed and include metal cloverleafs for substrate ...


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Nicholas F Abraham: Recorded program communication system. World Video Library, Jacob Shuster, January 28, 1986: US04567512 (241 worldwide citation)

Selected program code and time data entered into a subscriber command terminal automatically establishes a two-way telephone link with a library computer from which instruction data is transferred to the command terminal for subsequent programmed reception and reproduction of broadcast signals by a ...


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Michael Lubell, Stephen Marks: Health fitness monitor. Bruns and Wall, January 28, 1986: US04566461 (237 worldwide citation)

A heart rate monitor device suitable for use in monitoring aerobic exercise training, automatically calculates a fitness parameter for a subject by monitoring the subject's heart rate and pacing the subject through a submaximal exercise stress test protocol. A microprocessor in the device is fed dat ...


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Stephen T Wilson, Edith M Flanigen: Crystalline metal aluminophosphates. Union Carbide Corporation, Richard G Miller, January 28, 1986: US04567029 (204 worldwide citation)

Novel class of crystalline microporous metal aluminophosphate compositions containing as lattice constituents in addition to AlO.sub.2 and PO.sub.2 structural units, one or a mixture of two or more of the metals Mg, Mn, Co and Zn in tetrahedral coordination with oxygen atoms. These compositions are ...


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Gerrit Koning, Edward A Schroeppel: Apparatus and method for adjusting heart/pacer rate relative to right ventricular systolic pressure to obtain a required cardiac output. Cordis Corporation, Henry W Collins, Thomas R Vigil, January 28, 1986: US04566456 (191 worldwide citation)

The apparatus for pacing a heart in accordance with the heart rate needed to produce a required cardiac output while the person is exercising, comprises a pacer adapted to be implanted in a human body and having a pulse generator and control circuitry (e.g. including a microprocessor) therein, a pac ...


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Roger F Pease, David B Tuckerman, Richard M Swanson: Heat sink and method of attaching heat sink to a semiconductor integrated circuit and the like. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, January 28, 1986: US04567505 (147 worldwide citation)

Two bodies such as an integrated circuit and a heat sink are maintained in a low stress and high thermal conductance abutment by pressure from capillary attraction. A surface of one of the bodies is provided with grooves preferably having reentrant surfaces. A surface of the other body is brought in ...


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Dale B Ripple, David W Smith: Surgical instrument. Michael Sand Co, January 28, 1986: US04566466 (143 worldwide citation)

An improved surgical instrument for performing an anterior cervical interbody arthrodesis includes a template head and a handle connected by a stem. The head has a predetermined thickness and a plurality of depth indicating lines marked on one of the surfaces thereof. The handle is grasped by a surg ...


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James E Britt, Kenneth W Laskowski, Jeffrey L Sisson, Stephen A Rinehart: Very high speed duplicator with finishing function using dual copy set transports. Xerox Corporation, Bernard A Chiama, January 28, 1986: US04566782 (143 worldwide citation)

A document handling apparatus/copy sheet processor/finishing apparatus arranged as an integrated system to produce bound copy sheets at high speed but with minimum mechanical activity by double exposing each document sheet, producing successive copy sheets in accordance with the exposure, distributi ...



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