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Mir A Imran: Catheter having needle electrode for radiofrequency ablation. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, January 25, 1994: US05281218 (591 worldwide citation)

A catheter for use in radiofrequency ablation of the myocardium of the heart of a patient having a flexible elongate member with at least one lumen extending therethrough and having proximal and distal extremities. A needle-like electrode formed of a conducting material is mounted on the distal extr ...


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Daniel A Tracy: Gaming system with progressive jackpot. Mikohn, Robin Blecker Daley & Driscoll, January 25, 1994: US05280909 (588 worldwide citation)

A gaming system in which a plurality of gaming machines are provided with an additional progressive jackpot gaming system which allows players on the gaming machines to play for a jackpot provided by the progressive system. The controller of the progressive system generates in random fashion at the ...


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Michael S Klicek: Electrosurgical bipolar treating apparatus. Valleylab, Peter C Richardson, Lawrence C Akers, Mark Dryer, January 25, 1994: US05281216 (582 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical bipolar treating apparatus comprising a handpiece to which is connected a first active electrode and a second return electrode having exposed distal ends which define a bipolar tip for electrosurgically treating tissue at an operational site on a patient, which tip is structured s ...


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Michel Fattouche, Hatim Zagloul: Method and apparatus for multiple access between transceivers in wireless communications using OFDM spread spectrum. Daniel L Dawes, January 25, 1994: US05282222 (543 worldwide citation)

A method for allowing a number of wireless transceivers to exchange information (data, voice or video) with each other. A first frame of information is multiplexed over a number of wideband frequency bands at a first transceiver, and the information transmitted to a second transceiver. The informati ...


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Fredric L Milder, A Ze ev Hed: Catheter for ice mapping and ablation. Implemed, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, January 25, 1994: US05281213 (528 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a catheter for ice mapping and ablation and a method of ablation using the catheter. The catheter includes at least two lumens for circulating a refrigerating fluid adjacent an ablation device located at the end of a catheter. The refrigerated ablation device is used to chill ...


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Stephen F Badylak, Leslie A Geddes, K Donald Shelbourne, Gary C Lantz, Arthur C Coffey: Graft for promoting autogenous tissue growth. Purdue Research Foundation, Barnes & Thornburg, January 25, 1994: US05281422 (461 worldwide citation)

Surgical repair of diseased or damaged endogenous connective tissue can be accomplished using a tissue graft formed from a delaminated segment of intestinal tissue. The tissue graft comprises the intestinal tunica submucosa, muscularis mucosa and stratum compactum delaminated from the tunica muscula ...


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Fredric L Milder: Cryogenic catheter. Implemed, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, January 25, 1994: US05281215 (377 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a catheter for ice mapping and ablation and a method of ablation using the catheter. The catheter includes at least two lumens for circulating a refrigerating fluid adjacent an ablation device located at the end of a catheter. The refrigerated ablation device is used to chill ...


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Richard J Gimpelson: Surgical stitching device and method of use. Grace J Fishel, January 25, 1994: US05281237 (365 worldwide citation)

A surgical stitching device allows a surgeon to place a "through and through" suture. The device includes a hollow needle with an inner needle slidingly disposed with the hollow needle. The inner needle has a groove which can be retracted within the hollow needle for grasping a suture. When the groo ...


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Lee R Johnson, Luis A Rovira, Leo Montreuil, William E Wall Jr: Remote control for digital music terminal with synchronized communications. Scientific Atlanta, William A Marvin, Frederick W Powers III, January 25, 1994: US05282028 (255 worldwide citation)

A remote control system including a hand held remote control unit with an alphanumeric information display, for controlling and communicating with a first controlled device, such as a digital music tuner connected to a community antenna television (CATV) cable, and for controlling a selected one of ...



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