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John C Kulli: Cannula insertion set with safety retracting needle. Phase Medical, Ashen Golant Martin & Seldon, May 31, 1988: US04747831 (367 worldwide citation)

A cannula insertion needle projects from the "forward" end of a hollow handle. After use to start a cannula, the needle is released from the end of the handle and its sharp end retracted into the handle, beyond reach. Preferably the handle has an aperture big enough for the needle but too small for ...


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George W Taylor: Novel uses of piezoelectric materials for creating optical effects. Michael Y Epstein, May 31, 1988: US04748366 (292 worldwide citation)

An optical effect is produced in cooperation with the normal use of an article of manufacture, e.g., a toy such as a frisbee or a ball, or an article of clothing, such as a shoe, by mounting on the article a piezoelectric element for generating electrical energy in response to movement of the articl ...


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Adi Shamir, Amos Fiat: Method, apparatus and article for identification and signature. Yeda Research and Development Company, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, May 31, 1988: US04748668 (276 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for simple identification and signature which enable any user to prove his identity and the authenticity of his messages to any other user. The method and apparatus are provably secure against any known or chosen message attack if factoring is difficult, and require only 1% to ...


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Ying B Liu, Heng W Yang, Shu L Ma, Shi Z Liu, Nai H Li: Blood vessel anastomat. The Field Surgery Research Department of the Third Military Medical University, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, May 31, 1988: US04747407 (231 worldwide citation)

A kit for the anastomosing of a blood vessel which includes a pair of anastomic wheels. Each wheel has an axially extending hollow body for the passing of a blood vessel therethrough and a peripheral extending flange. The periphery of the flange has a plurality of forwardly extending pins for pierci ...


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Robert W Hornlein, Joseph N Logan, Alan Broadwin, Vaclav O Podany: Irrigation/aspiration manifold and fittings for ultrasonic surgical aspiration system. Cooper LaserSonics, Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease, May 31, 1988: US04747820 (220 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic surgical aspirator having an improved irrigation/aspiration manifold and components to facilitate quick connections of the irrigation and aspiration lines to a handpiece. In combination with a handle assembly having an ultrasonic vibrator for vibrating an ultrasonic tip and a nosecone, ...


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Keith R Thrower, Peter J Munday, Trevor M Gill: Portable telephones. Racal Research, Leydig Voit & Mayer, May 31, 1988: US04748655 (213 worldwide citation)

A personal portable telephone (11) allows the user access to the cellular radio network via a number of different gateways including a communal unit (15, 16), user's mobile telephone set (9), home telephone (13) or office PABX (14). The telephone (11) can also be used as a paging unit for use within ...


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Kenneth Kensey, John Nash: Catheter with high speed moving working head. Intravascular Surgical Instruments, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Polotilow, May 31, 1988: US04747821 (209 worldwide citation)

A flexible, small diameter catheter for effecting various surgical procedures, such as opening a restriction formed of an undesirable material, e.g., atherosclerotic plaque, in a lumen, e.g., an artery, of a living being. The catheter includes a working head having at least one, non-sharp impacting ...


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Leona G Boland, Georgia L Zehner, Robert A Stevens: Stretchable disposable absorbent undergarment. Kimberly Clark Corporation, John L Chiatalas, May 31, 1988: US04747846 (205 worldwide citation)

An anatomically form-fitting, generally self-adjusting disposable absorbent slip-on undergarment that may be easily raised and lowered by the wearer during use, e.g., a training pant or incontinence pad. The garment comprising a breathable elastomeric nonwoven laminar outer cover having an absorbent ...


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Earl F Brown, Robert V Kline: Telecommunications interface. Bell Communications Research, James W Falk, Stephen M Gurey, May 31, 1988: US04748618 (188 worldwide citation)

A telecommunications interface is disclosed. The inventive telecommunications interface is capable of collecting multiple asynchronous video, audio, graphic and data signals from a variety of different kinds of sources and retransmitting such signals in a suitable form for display or detection with ...


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Hideo Hayashi, Yasushi Nishioka: Coaxial cable connector. Matsushita Electric Works, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, May 31, 1988: US04747786 (157 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector a body of which has, on one surface, a receptacle including first and second terminal members for electric connection thereto of an end plug of a coaxial cable and, on other surfaces, means for mounting the connector, in common, to a generally used mounting frame for house ...