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David Sherrer
Dan A Steinberg, David W Sherrer, Mindaugas F Daurtartas, Robert G Schinazi: Fiber array with V-groove chip and mount. Shipley Company L L C, Johnthan D Baskin, November 16, 2004: US06819858 (29 worldwide citation)

A molded mount of non-crystalline polymer material is configured to have a channel for retaining a silicon chip having a plurality of juxtaposed V-groove formed in a top surface between right and left side portions, thereof, a recessed area being provided in the channel behind the chip for accommoda ...


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Steven Jobs
Steven P Jobs, Jonathan Ive, Michael D Hillman, Frank Tsai, Michael D McBroom, Daniel L McBroom, Brian T Sudderth, Arthur S Brigham, Joel F Jensen, Robert B Brownell Jr, Sung Kim, Anwyl M McDonald, Russell C Mead Jr, Arturo Meuniot, Jesus Beltran, Bartley K Andre, Christopher J Stringer, Daniel J Riccio Jr: Computer controlled display device. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, November 16, 2004: US06819550 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a computer controlled display device. In one embodiment, the display device includes a flat panel display having an input for receiving display data. Additionally, a moveable assembly may be coupled to the display. The moveable assembly may provide at least three degrees of ...


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Thomas G Cooper, Daniel T Wallace, Stacey Chang, S Christopher Anderson, Dustin Williams, Scott Manzo: Surgical tool having positively positionable tendon-actuated multi-disk wrist joint. Intuitive Surgical, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, November 16, 2004: US06817974 (600 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a tool having a wrist mechanism that provides pitch and yaw rotation in such a way that the tool has no singularity in roll, pitch, and yaw. A positively positionable multi-disk wrist mechanism includes a plurality of disks or vertebrae stacked in series. Each ve ...


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David C Racenet, Timothy N Wells: Surgical stapling device. Tyco Healthcare Group, November 16, 2004: US06817508 (596 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling device for applying an array of surgical staples to tissue is provided. The stapling device includes an approximation mechanism for moving a cartridge assembly and an anvil assembly between spaced and approximated positions and a firing mechanism for ejecting the array of staples ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney: In situ polymerizable hydrogels. Incept, Patterson Thuente Skaar & Christensen P A, November 16, 2004: US06818018 (495 worldwide citation)

Compositions and methods for forming hydrogels in situ through a combination of physical and chemical crosslinking processes are provided in which physical crosslinking is mediated by one or more natural or synthetic components that stabilize the a hydrogel-forming precursor solutions at a depositio ...


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Robert J Geiste, Mitchell J Palmer, Lisa W Heaton, Robert C Savage, Jon Wilson: Surgical stapler. United States Surgical Corporation, November 16, 2004: US06817509 (480 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapler is disclosed including a first body portion supporting an anvil plate defining a fastener forming surface, and a second body portion releasably mating with the first body portion. A disposable loading unit is removably supported in the second body portion and includes a cartridge ...