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Raymond A Fillion, Robert J Wojnarowski, Michael Gdula, Herbert S Cole, Eric J Wildi, Wolfgang Daum: Method for fabricating an integrated circuit module. General Electric Company, Geoffrey H Krauss, October 11, 1994: US05353498 (686 worldwide citation)

Substrate material is molded directly to semiconductor chips and other electrical components that are positioned for integrated circuit module fabrication. Chips having contact pads are placed face down on a layer of adhesive supported by a base. A mold form is positioned around the chips. Substrate ...


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Randall T Sparks, Edward J Geoghegan: Controlled release powder and process for its preparation. Elan Corporation, Marla J Church, October 11, 1994: US05354556 (424 worldwide citation)

A controlled release powder containing discrete micro-particles for use in edible, pharmaceutical and other controlled release compositions is disclosed. The micro-particles have an average size in the range of from 0.1 to 125 .mu.m. Each of the micro-particles is in the form of a micromatrix of an ...


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Daniel R Lee, Thomas W Sander: Suture anchor installation system. United States Surgical Corporation, October 11, 1994: US05354298 (415 worldwide citation)

The suture anchor installation system comprises a suture anchor assembly engaged with a suture anchor insertion tool. The suture anchor assembly features a two-piece suture anchor for insertion into a pre-drilled hole in a bone and at least one suture having at least one surgical needle affixed ther ...


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Edward J Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 11, 1994: US05355453 (412 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Guido Guglielmi, Ivan Sepetka: In an endovascular electrolytically detachable wire and tip for the formation of thrombus in arteries, veins, aneurysms, vascular malformations and arteriovenous fistulas. Target Therapeutics, The Regents of the University of California, Dawes Daniel L, October 11, 1994: US05354295 (396 worldwide citation)

An artery, vein, aneurysm, vascular malformation or arterial fistula is occluded through endovascular occlusion by the endovascular insertion of a platinum wire and/or tip into the vascular cavity. The vascular cavity is packed with the tip to obstruct blood flow or access of blood in the cavity suc ...


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John R Martin, Michael L Tillery, Samuel N Zammuto: System for managing a plurality of computer jukeboxes. Arachnid, McAndrews Held & Malloy, October 11, 1994: US05355302 (385 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is shown for managing a plurality of computer jukeboxes at different locations from a central station. Each jukebox includes processor means for controlling the computer jukebox, storage and retrieval means for data, display means for selection menus, audio production means fo ...


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Alex Roustaei: Optical scanning head. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, October 11, 1994: US05354977 (379 worldwide citation)

The optical scanning head for scanning one- and two-dimensional bar codes includes at least one combination of light emitting diodes arranged so the LEDs emit light at different angles to create a fan of light. The combination and arrangement of the LEDs depends on whether one- or two-dimensional ba ...


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Jan K Voda: Vascular sheath. Dougherty Hessin Beavers & Gilbert, October 11, 1994: US05354271 (343 worldwide citation)

A vascular sheath apparatus is used for placement of a medical device through a perforation in a side wall of a patient's blood vessel. An elongated cylindrical sheath has a distal end portion constructed to be received through the blood vessel. An annular expandable sealing device is disposed about ...


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Edmund E Spaeth, Alexander S Borsanyi, Alex Bowie, John T Sorensen: Devices for enclosing, manipulating, debulking and removing tissue through minimal incisions. EndoMedix Corporation, October 11, 1994: US05354303 (340 worldwide citation)

Containment sacs insertable into a body cavity through a minimal access incision for purposes of containing, manipulating, treating and/or extracting material from the body cavity. The sac may comprise a flexible sac body having at least one opening thereinto and a resilient or spring loaded rim mem ...


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Harry L Braeuer, James L Youngblood: Surgical mesh introduce with bone screw applicator for the repair of an inguinal hernia. Arnold White & Durkee, October 11, 1994: US05354292 (332 worldwide citation)

A surgical device particularly directed toward the endoscopic repair of inguinal hemas is disclosed. The device includes of a specially adapted surgical mesh and a mechanical means for attaching the surgical mesh to the pubic bone. The surgical mesh is mechanically attached to the pubic bone by an o ...