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Richard Raven, Thomas Miner, Jay Stone: Gaming machine information, communication and display system. Bally Gaming International, Jenner & Block, July 4, 1995: US05429361 (861 worldwide citation)

An information and communication system permits communication between gaming machines and a central control system and between a player or operator and a central control system. The system includes a central data processor, a control unit for each gaming machine within the system which is in communi ...


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Robert D Norman, Karl M J Lofgren, Jeffrey D Stai, Anil Gupta, Sanjay Mehrotra: Solid state memory system including plural memory chips and a serialized bus. Sundisk Corporation, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, July 4, 1995: US05430859 (450 worldwide citation)

A memory system includes an array of solid-state memory devices which are in communication with and under the control of a controller module via a device bus with very few lines. This forms an integrated-circuit mass storage system which is contemplated to replace a mass storage system such as a dis ...


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Larry D Johnson, Alison J Murray, Matthew K Musho: Method of making and amperometric electrodes. Miles, Jerome L Jeffers, July 4, 1995: US05429735 (348 worldwide citation)

A method of making and an amperometric electrode are provided. An electrode carbon ink is applied to a polymer substrate to form a working electrode. The substrate carrying the working electrode is placed in a gas plasma cleaner, such as an oxygen or nitrogen plasma, to clean the working electrode. ...


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Jean Luc Hauser: Programmable portable infusion pump system. Francis A Sirr, Earl C Hancock, July 4, 1995: US05429602 (333 worldwide citation)

A portable and programmable infusion pump system is disclosed for injecting one or more medicinal substances into an individual under the control of the individual. A common controller unit and microprocessor is provided for one or more pump units. Each pump unit includes a chamber for holding a med ...


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Louis J Nelson: Vehicle protection system and method. Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, July 4, 1995: US05430431 (332 worldwide citation)

A method and system for protecting a vehicle comprises detecting the actuation of the ignition and producing a first signal when actuated, sensing opening and closing of at least one door and for producing a second signal when the passenger door is open, energizing a camera and a recorder in the veh ...


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David W Deaton, Rodney G Gabriel: Check transaction processing, database building and marketing method and system utilizing automatic check reading. Credit Verification Corporation, Baker & Botts, July 4, 1995: US05430644 (280 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes automatic check reading techniques which enables the detection of a customer's checking account number on a check, regardless of the bank, bank branch or type of account. The customer identification code is automatically used to provide check verification as well as to ...


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Grigore C Burdea, Noshir A Langrana: Integrated virtual reality rehabilitation system. Greenleaf Medical Systems, Grigore C Burdea, Noshir Langrana, Mathews Woodbridge & Collins, July 4, 1995: US05429140 (271 worldwide citation)

A rehabilitation system employs a force feedback system, such as a force feedback glove, to simulate virtual deformable objects. Prior to rehabilitation, the patient places his or her hand in a sensing glove which measures the force exertable by the patient's digits. Information from the sensing glo ...


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Peter J Wilk: Coronary artery by-pass method. R Neil Sudol, Henry D Coleman, July 4, 1995: US05429144 (270 worldwide citation)

A stent is disposed in the myocardium so that it extends only in the myocardium. The stent may extend only partially through the myocardium, from the left ventricle of the heart or from a coronary artery, upstream of a vascular obstruction. Alternatively, the stent may extend completely through the ...


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Thierry Judet: Spine fixator for holding a vertebral column. Tornier, Dowell & Dowell, July 4, 1995: US05429639 (268 worldwide citation)

A spinal fixator comprising two substantially parallel assemblies each which includes a slideway having an open slot therein, a plurality of rings which define a slideway opening having a profile corresponding to that of the slideway, each ring having a bore aligned with a hole in the bottom of the ...


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David I Schaffer: Occludable catheter. Oltman and Flynn, July 4, 1995: US05429616 (266 worldwide citation)

A catheter apparatus for insertion into a blood vessel includes a tubular catheter hub, having a side wall with a side wall portion formed of deformable material, and having a proximal end, a distal end, and a mechanism for inwardly collapsing the side wall portion to occlude the apparatus, resilien ...