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Andrew M Reed, Ian N Askill: Adhesive-faced porous absorbent sheet and method of making same. Matrix Medica, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, March 6, 1990: US04906240 (475 worldwide citation)

A sheet-form material suitable as wound dressing and having enhanced moisture control properties is disclosed. This sheet-form material includes a porous sheet of absorbent, elastomeric segmented polyurethane having an open pore structure and an apertured adhesive facing on one side of the porous sh ...


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Yousuke Moriuchi, Toshinobu Ishida, Tadashi Kousai: Method of securing a catheter body to a human skin surface. Terumo Kabushiki Kaisha, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, March 6, 1990: US04906233 (459 worldwide citation)

A method of firmly securing a catheter body to a surface portion of human skin, without causing the catheter body to be bent or reducing the diameter of the inner passage of the catheter body. This method employs a catheter-securing member which comprises a cylindrical body for allowing the catheter ...


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Leonard Pinchuk, Robert S Shonk, Thomas Trotta: Balloons for medical devices and fabrication thereof. Cordis Corporation, Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, March 6, 1990: US04906244 (265 worldwide citation)

Dilatation balloons and catheters including same are provided. The balloons are fabricated of a biaxially orientable material such as a nylon or a polyamide material, and they have an inflated, non-distended working profile as well as a stretched inflated profile which is achieved by applying pressu ...


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Clair L Strohl Jr, Michael C Ferragamo, Donald A Kay, Alan R Shapiro, Gary R Whipple: Method and apparatus for catheter location determination. Pharmacia Deltec, Peterson Wicks Nemer & Kamrath, March 6, 1990: US04905698 (245 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus (10) for determining accurately the location of the tip (14) of a catheter (16) inside biological tissue is disclosed including a locator (34) having a coil (38) wound axially on a core (36) and a detector (12) in the form of a coil (28) wound on a core (24) removably position ...


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Marion F Rudy: Pressurizable envelope and method. Robert C Bogert, Beehler & Pavitt, March 6, 1990: US04906502 (235 worldwide citation)

An internally pressurizable lightweight high tensile strength multi-layered envelope is provided. An outer barrier layer of elastomeric semi-permeable material is mechanically bonded at a multiplicity of cites where substantially the entire distal surfaces of a double-walled drop thread linked fabri ...


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Lester Turner, Herbert F Primosch: System for monitoring and control of home entertainment electronic devices. Teleview Rating Corporation, Beehler & Pavitt, March 6, 1990: US04907079 (222 worldwide citation)

The invention networks a conventional and unmodified television receiver, television monitor, stereo amplifier, VCR's, video disc player, etc. and communicates via telephone lines with any remote central computer. The viewer provides channel selection commands or other programming commands to a micr ...


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Richard K Wampler: High-frequency transvalvular axisymmetric blood pump. Nimbus Medical, Weissenberger & Peterson, March 6, 1990: US04906229 (219 worldwide citation)

A high-frequency transvalvular blood pump for temporary cardiac assist provides suction to decompress the ventricular cavity during both systole and diastole. The intake end of the pump is connected to a cannula which is inserted into the ventricular cavity through the aortic valve, and which has an ...


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Ernst Foerster, Wolfram Domschke: Apparatus for endoscopic-transpapillary exploration of biliary tract. Fleit Jacobson Cohn Price Holman & Stern, March 6, 1990: US04905667 (188 worldwide citation)

An apparatus where a side-view duodenoscope 2 is provided, a probe catheter is slidable through the side-view duodenoscope 2 and a guide wire is provided for arrangement in the side-view duodenoscope 2 and the probe catheter. The objective is to ensure reliable, systematic and reproducible represent ...


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Richard E Huff, Farid Matta: Self-leveling membrane probe. Hewlett Packard Company, March 6, 1990: US04906920 (186 worldwide citation)

A self-leveling membrane probe [10] is disclosed. A carrier [12] supports a translation stage [18] through radial flexure pivots [14]. A flexible membrane [22] having a first and second side is stretched over the translation stage [28] and held in high tension across its central portion compared to ...


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Susumo Sugihara, Michio Aoki, Yutaka Yoshida: Sideview mirror assembly with regulating filter using sunlight for automobiles. Kabushiki Kaisha Tokai Rika Denki Seisakusho, Steele Gould & Fried, March 6, 1990: US04906085 (171 worldwide citation)

A sideview mirror for automobiles includes a half mirror, a regulating filter mounted in opposed relation to a backside of the half mirror and a light-emitting diode for applying light to the regulating filter. The half mirror has both light reflecting and transmitting characteristics. The regulatin ...



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