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Clyde K Nason, Gordon W Culp: Solenoid drive apparatus for an external infusion pump. Pacesetter Infusion, Leslie S Miller, Bryant R Gold, July 7, 1987: US04678408 (395 worldwide citation)

A solenoid drive apparatus for driving a lead screw of an External Infusion Pump (1) having a housing (302), solenoid winding (356) within the housing (302), a solenoid armature (358) which is driven by the field of the solenoid winding (356), push rod (362) which is driven by the armature (358), pa ...


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Brian W Edgar, Robert B Elliott: Method of dispensing and/or a dispenser. The University of Auckland, Holman & Stern, July 7, 1987: US04677975 (335 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for dispensing inhalable material includes the steps of indicating to a patient that a breath should be taken, detecting the start of inhalation, causing inhalable material to be supplied to the air passages of the patient during a preselected part of the period of inhalation, ...


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Dirk Hughes Hartogs: Ensemble modem structure for imperfect transmission media. Telebit Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, July 7, 1987: US04679227 (301 worldwide citation)

A high-speed modem that transmits and receives digital data on an ensemble of carrier frequencies spanning the usable band of a dial-up telephone line. The modem includes a system for variably allocating data and power among the carriers to compensate for equivalent noise and to maximize the data ra ...


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Gale H Thorne, Charles V Owen, Randall W Smith, Ruth D Goldberg, Scott D Miles, Michael J Claus: Automatic random access analyzer. Becton Dickinson and Company, Richard J Rodrick, July 7, 1987: US04678752 (252 worldwide citation)

An automated analytical apparatus comprises an introduction station for receiving a plurality of reagent packages. Each package has a plurality of receptacles, at least one of which includes a sample liquid to be analyzed, and at least one of which includes a liquid reagent for forming a reaction mi ...


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Gary Onik, Leonard Ginsburg: Irrigating, cutting and aspirating system for percutaneous surgery. E Z EM, Surgical Dynamics Incorporated, McAulay Fields Fisher Goldstein & Nissen, July 7, 1987: US04678459 (247 worldwide citation)

A percutaneous discectomy system 10 includes a discectomy device 12 having a needle 16 with a port 48 and a flared cutting edge 44 which is actuated past the port 48 to sever tissue provided adjacent thereto. An irrigation device is 18 are provided for irrigating the area adjacent the tip 46 of the ...


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James A Burns: Lancet. Becton Dickinson and Company, Robert P Grindle, July 7, 1987: US04677979 (241 worldwide citation)

A disposable lancet assembly is provided, including a housing serving as a lance-holder guide, a lance holder body reciprocable in the housing guide, and a flat-bladed lance mounted in one end of the lance holder body. Included in the invention are integral strategically positioned abutments which s ...


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Aws S Nashef, Todd D Campbell: Bone-grafting material. American Hospital Supply Corporation, Bernard Rothwell & Brown, July 7, 1987: US04678470 (236 worldwide citation)

A bone grafting material is derived from allogenic or xenogenic bone by a process that includes tanning with glutaraldehyde. The bone may be pulverized, used as a large block, or machined into a precise pre-determined shape, depending on the bone defect to be repaired. Glutaraldehyde tanning of bone ...


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Terry A Perdue: Navigation system and method for a mobile robot. Heath Company, July 7, 1987: US04679152 (225 worldwide citation)

An opto/acoustic navigation system allows a mobile robot to detect and mate with a floating plug-equipped charging unit upon detection of the need for recharging of the robot's storage battery. A plurality of infrared (IR) emitters and sensors located on the robot and adjacent to the charger in comb ...


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Takashi Hagiwara: Control device for game machine. Sigma Enterprises, Berman Aisenberg & Platt, July 7, 1987: US04679143 (219 worldwide citation)

An amusement device and method of operation are disclosed wherein a plurality of payout schedules which govern the conduct of the game are retained in a memory. The actual payout rate of the apparatus is constantly determined and the actual payout is compared with predetermined limits. If the actual ...


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Michael W Cox, Richard I Levin, David J Cohen, William R Frisbie: Cardiac signal real time monitor and method of analysis. Q Med, Nies Webner Kurz & Bergert, July 7, 1987: US04679144 (198 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for monitoring EKG information includes a programmable apparatus carried by an ambulatory patient for performing continuous, real-time analyses of EKG information derived from the patient. The apparatus facilitates the determination of the existence of various conditions based on these ...



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