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Arthur Kuris: Ultrasonic method and apparatus for removing cholesterol and other deposits from blood vessels and the like. Ultrasonic Systems Plainview NY, Leonard W Suroff, February 23, 1971: US3565062 (217 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of the invention relates to the removal of foreign deposits of material from vessels of living human beings, such as cholesterol from blood vessels, by means of accelerations of vibratory forces in the ultrasonic frequency range without causing any disruption or damage to th ...


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Lewis Balamuth, Arthur Kuris, Manuel Karatjas: Ultrasonic motors and converters. Ultrasonic Systems, March 15, 1977: US04012647 (106 worldwide citation)

The invention discloses various embodiments of an ultrasonic motor and converter adapted to be used in home or industrial ultrasonic devices. The ultrasonic motor is generally of a piezoelectric material having a removable tip or of a design in which the complete motor is contained in a housing, whi ...


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Arthur Kuris: Ultrasonic toothbrush. Martin Sachs, June 8, 1982: US04333197 (76 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic toothbrush for use in personal dental hygiene care includes an elongated handle member in the form of a hollow housing having disposed therein a low voltage coil and cooperating ferrite core which is driven at ultrasonic frequencies. Affixed to the core is a brush member adapted to be ...


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Arthur Kuris: Ultrasonic toothbrush. Ultrasonic Plaque Control Laboratories, Leonard W Suroff, March 11, 1980: US04192035 (41 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for use in personal dental hygiene care comprising an elongated member formed at least in part of a piezoelectric member with a pair of contacting surfaces intermediate the respective ends thereof with a brush member adapted to be received within the human mouth and moved across tooth and ...


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Arthur Kuris, Lewis Balamuth, Manuel Karatjas: Ultrasonic motor-converter systems. Xygiene, September 14, 1976: US03980906 (40 worldwide citation)

Ultrasonic systems for use in consumer, and other applications, having electromechanical motor systems providing bursts of ultrasonic mechanical vibration at an applicator repeated at a sonic frequency to produce both ultrasonic and sonic vibratory motion and effect during use of said applicator.


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Arthur Kuris: Method and system for ultrasonic oil recovery. Ultrasonic Energy Corporation, November 9, 1976: US03990512 (30 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to petroleum well treatment and more particularly to improvement of production from earthen petroleum reservoirs of low permeability by fracturing the petroleum bearing strata. The present invention accomplishes this purpose by use of energy capsules that upon implos ...


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Arthur Kuris, Leonard W Suroff: Fluid supply unit and systems for dental and medical instruments. Aquasonic Products, Leonard W Suroff, March 18, 1980: US04193197 (23 worldwide citation)

An auxiliary enclosed fluid supply unit or system that is adapted to be used in conjunction with commercially available professional dental and medical equipment to permit the user to select a variety of fluids to be administered to the patient during dental and other procedures and maintain desired ...


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Arthur Kuris: Ultrasonic inlaid article. Leonard W Suroff, January 31, 1978: US04071385 (15 worldwide citation)

The forming of an inlaid article by carving the object to be inlaid into the article with ultrasonic energy to form a recess having the same peripheral configuration as the object, and then positioning the object within the ultrasonically carved recess in the article such that upon securing the obje ...


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Arthur Kuris: Ultrasonic perspective carving. August 23, 1977: US04043084 (12 worldwide citation)

Carving of perspective designs in transparent objects with ultrasonic abrasive slurry machining is obtained by using at least two tools each having a different configuration at the working surface and sequentially carving each tool in the object on a surface thereof in partially overlapping relation ...


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Arthur Kuris, Leonard W Suroff: Fluid supply unit for dental instruments. Aquasonic Products, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, March 18, 1980: US04193196 (11 worldwide citation)

An auxiliary fluid supply unit that is adapted to be used in conjunction with commercially available professional dental and medical equipment to permit the user to select a variety of fluids to be administered to the patient during dental and other procedures.