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Barker Stephen George Edward: Laparoscopic port hernia repair device. Barker Stephen George Edward, July 21, 2004: GB2397240-A (99 worldwide citation)

An applicator assembly for use in applying a sheet of surgical material through an opening to bridge the remote internal termination of the opening has a deployment sleeve 1, a plunger 2 for location within the sleeve 1 and a sheet of surgical material 3 which can be folded or collapsed to a conical ...


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Cook Robert Lance, Brisco David Paul, Stewart Bruce R, Ring Lev, Haut Richard Carl, Mack Robert Donald, Duell Alan B: Expanding a tubular member. Shell Oil, July 21, 2004: GB2397262-A (82 worldwide citation)

A method of coupling a tubular member to a preexisting structure, comprising: positioning the tubular member 155 in an overlapping relationship to the preexisting structure; placing a mandrel 145 within the tubular member; sealing off an annular region within the tubular member above the mandrel by ...


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Cook Robert Lance, Brisco David Paul, Stewart Bruce R, Ring Lev, Haut Richard Carl, Mack Robert Donald, Duell Alan B: Expanding a tubular member. Shell Oil, July 21, 2004: GB2397263-A (82 worldwide citation)

A method of coupling a tubular member 210 to a preexisting structure 270 comprising: preforming the tubular member to include a first portion, a second portion and a third portion; placing a mandrel 215 within the second portion of the tubular member; positioning the tubular member in an overlapping ...


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Cook Robert Lance, Brisco David Paul, Stewart Bruce R, Ring Lev, Haut Richard Carl, Mack Robert Donald, Duell Alan B: Expanding a tubular member. Shell Oil, July 21, 2004: GB2397264-A (82 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, comprising: a first tubular member (170); and a second tubular member (155) coupled to the first tubular member; a mandrel (145) within the second tubular member; a pressurized region (175) within the second tubular member above the mandrel; and a mechanism adapted for displacing the m ...


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Cook Robert Lance, Brisco David Paul, Stewart Bruce R, Ring Lev, Haut Richard Carl, Mack Robert Donald, Duell Alan B: Expanding a tubular member. Shell Oil, July 21, 2004: GB2397265-A (82 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for radially expanding a tubular member, comprising: a first tubular member 205, a second tubular member 210 coupled to the first tubular member; a third tubular member 225 coupled to the second tubular member; one or more slips 230 coupled to the exterior surface of the third tubular m ...


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Cook Robert Lance, Brisco David Paul, Stewart Bruce R, Ring Lev, Haut Richard Carl, Mack Robert Donald, Duell Alan B: Expanding a tubular member. Shell Oil, July 21, 2004: GB2397261-A (79 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, comprising: a tubular member; a piston adapted to expand the diameter of the tubular member positioned within the tubular member, the piston including a passage for conveying fluids out of the tubular member; and an annular chamber defined by the piston and tubular member. The tubular ...


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Legrand Frederic, Kravtchenko Sylvain: Ready-to-use bleaching compositions, preparation process thereof and bleaching process therewith. Oreal, July 21, 2004: EP1438951-A1 (46 worldwide citation)

A ready-for-use hair bleaching composition obtained by mixing before use of an anhydrous bleaching composition in paste form and an oil-in-water emulsion of hydrogen peroxide comprising one or more non-ionic and/or anionic surfactants and one or more copolymers comprising one or more units derived f ...


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Takase Yoshihiko, Uchida Kazuhito, Honda Naoteru, Kato Tomoharu, Yamazaki Nagahiro: Composition for oily foamable aerosol. Taiyo Kagaku, July 21, 2004: EP1438946-A1 (46 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a composition for an oily foamable aerosol, characterized in that the composition comprises a fat or oil, and a polyglycerol fatty acid ester and/or an organic and fatty acid esters of glycerol; and an aerosol comprising the composition as defined in above and a propel ...


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Muthu Subramanian, Schuurmans Frank J P: Pwm control of led based arrays. Koninkl Philips Electronics, July 21, 2004: EP1438877-A1 (46 worldwide citation)

An LED array is controlled by determining a constant relating the peak light output of an LED to the peak driving current of a PWM pulse driving the LED, and multiplying the average current of the PWM pulse by the constant to obtain a value of average light output for the LED. The constant may be de ...


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Yamashita Atsuhiro, Noguchi Yukihiro: Display device of active matrix drive type. Sanyo Electric Co, July 21, 2004: EP1439520-A2 (41 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a display device of the active matrix drive type wherein each of pixels 51 comprises an organic EL display element 50, a drive transistor TR2 for energizing or deenergizing the EL display element 50, a write transistor TR1 to be brought into conduction when impressed with scan ...



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