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David Sherrer
Carl E Gaebe, Noel A Heiks, David W Sherrer: Micro-optical device. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Rohm And Haas Electronic Materials, April 26, 2007: US20070092178-A1

The present invention provides a micro-optical device which may be used as an optical pigtailing assembly for waveguides. In an exemplary configuration the assembly includes a first chip which includes an optoelectronic component and an optical fiber. The optical fiber and optoelectronic component a ...


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Katherina Babich
Katherina E Babich, Bruce B Doris, David R Medeiros, Devendra K Sadana: Method for tuning epitaxial growth by interfacial doping and structure including same. International Business Machines Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC, April 26, 2007: US20070090487-A1

A method that allows for uniform, simultaneous epitaxial growth of a semiconductor material on dissimilarly doped semiconductor surfaces (n-type and p-type) that does not impart substrate thinning via a novel surface preparation scheme, as well as a structure that results from the implementation of ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Jarrard: Non-contacting position sensor using a rotating magnetic vector. CTS Corporation, Cts Corporation, April 26, 2007: US20070090827-A1

A sensor for sensing the position of an object includes a magnet and a magnetic flux sensor. The magnet has dimensions that include a length, a width and a height. The magnet is adapted to generate a flux field. The flux field has a magnitude of flux and a flux direction. The flux direction changes ...


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Maricela Morales
Gerald B Wayton, Peter Trefonas, Suzzanne Coley, Tomoki Kurihara: Coating compositions for use with an overcoated photoresist. Shipley Company, Peter F Corless, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, April 26, 2007: US20070092746-A1

In a first aspect, organic coating compositions are provided, particularly spin-on antireflective coating compositions, that contain a polyester resin component. In a further aspect, coating compositions are provided that contain a resin component obtained by polymerization of a multi-hydroxy compou ...


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Scirica Paul A: Surgical stapling device. Tyco Healthcare Group, April 26, 2007: JP2007-105481 (181 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide surgical stapling device by which none of important merits in an existing appliance is damaged.SOLUTION: The surgical device 10 comprises: a main body part 14 having a proximal end and a distal end, where a longitudinal axial direction bore is regulated in the main b ...


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Madan Ashvani K, Stulen Foster B, Wiener Eitan T, Kowalski Karen M, Stokes Michael J, Tebbe Mark E, Mihal Mark D, Lamping Michael R: Medical ultrasound system and handpiece and methods for making and tuning. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Madan Ashvani K, Stulen Foster B, Wiener Eitan T, Kowalski Karen M, Stokes Michael J, Tebbe Mark E, Mihal Mark D, Lamping Michael R, JOHNSON Phillip S, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/047531 (113 worldwide citation)

Several embodiments of medical ultrasound handpieces are described each including a medical ultrasound transducer assembly. An embodiment of a medical ultrasound system is described, wherein the medical ultrasound system includes a medical ultrasound handpiece having a medical ultrasound transducer ...


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Eichmann Stephen E, Kowalski Karen M, Kramer Kenneth S, Lamping Michael R, Madan Ashvani K, Miller Matthew C, Voegele Aaron C, Wiener Eitan T, Young Joseph E: Ultrasonic device for cutting and coagulating. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Eichmann Stephen E, Kowalski Karen M, Kramer Kenneth S, Lamping Michael R, Madan Ashvani K, Miller Matthew C, Voegele Aaron C, Wiener Eitan T, Young Joseph E, JOHNSON Phillip S, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/047380 (79 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic clamp coagulator assembly that is configured to permit selective cutting, coagulation, and fine dissection required in fine and delicate surgical procedures. The assembly includes a clamping mechanism, including a clamp arm cam-mounted at the distal portion of the instrument, which is ...


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Kahle Henry, Johnson Gary M, Taylor Scott V, Bak Boychuck Gregory I: Tissue retrieval system. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Kahle Henry, Johnson Gary M, Taylor Scott V, Bak Boychuck Gregory I, IKEHARA Patrick Y, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/048085 (64 worldwide citation)

The tissue retrieval system deploys a tissue bag at the surgical site. The bag is supported by the system as tissue is placed within the bag and is closed to isolate the collected tissue and allow the bag and collected tissue to be removed from the body. The bag can be reopened and re-closed as desi ...


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Atalar Ergin, Allen Justin, Bottomley Paul, Edelstein William, Karmarkar Parag V: Mri-safe high impedance lead systems. Surgi Vision, Atalar Ergin, Allen Justin, Bottomley Paul, Edelstein William, Karmarkar Parag V, MYERS BIGEL SIBLEY PO Box 37428 Raleigh North Carolina 27627, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/047966 (55 worldwide citation)

Some embodiments are directed to MRI/RF compatible medical interventional devices. A plurality of spaced apart high impedance circuit segments are configured to have a high impedance at a high range of radiofrequencies and a low impedance at a low range of frequencies The high impedance circuit segm ...


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Worboys David John, Oldenburg Alison, Stallard Philip Thomas, Vandyke James William Charles, Lynch Susan Robyn, Lubke Steven John, Howard Scott Alexander, Hitchcock Robin Garth: Anti-asphyxia valve assembly for respiratory mask. Resmed, Worboys David John, Oldenburg Alison, Stallard Philip Thomas, Vandyke James William Charles, Lynch Susan Robyn, Lubke Steven John, Howard Scott Alexander, Hitchcock Robin Garth, DAVIDSON Geoffrey Robert, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/045008 (55 worldwide citation)

An elbow assembly (5) for a mask assembly includes an anti-asphyxia valve (AAV) assembly (15) that may take the form of a box-like frame work, a drop-in arrangement, or a slot-in arrangement. In each case, the AAV assembly (15) may include a flap element (45) which is movable so as to either direct ...