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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic surgical methods. Ultrasonic Systems, January 28, 1975: US3862630 (392 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of the invention use ultrasonic energy in the form of mechanical vibrations transmitted by a tool member to close off small severed blood vessels, such as in humans, by the formation of closures at the terminal portions thereof, and stop what is called 'oozes', that requires ...


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Balamuth Lewis, Kuris Arthur, Karatjas Manual: Ultrasonic kits and motor systems. Ultrasonic Systems, May 7, 1974: US3809977 (289 worldwide citation)

The invention discloses various embodiments of an ultrasonic kit adapted to be used in the home or for industrial purposes, as well as a variety of ultrasonic motor constructions and ultrasonic converter designs to be used either individually or in combination with each other. The ultrasonic motor i ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic cauterization. Ultrasonic Systems, January 25, 1972: US3636943 (185 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of the invention use ultrasonic energy in the form of mechanical vibrations transmitted by a tool member to close off small severed blood vessels, such as in humans, by the formation of closures at the terminal portions thereof, and stop what is called 'ooze,' that requires ...


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Balamuth Lewis, Kuris Arthur, Karatjas Manuel: Ultrasonic dental and other instrument means and methods. Ultrasonic Systems, December 9, 1975: US3924335 (150 worldwide citation)

The invention discloses various ultrasonic dental equipment primarily adapted to be used for professional dental purposes as well as various dental procedures capable of being performed with the ultrasonic instrumentation. The ultrasonic dental system permits the user to selectively utilize a variet ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic home dental instrument and method. Ultrasonic Systems, January 25, 1972: US3636947 (135 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for hygienic care of the oral cavity for regular use in the home, in which an ultrasonic applicator is used for cleaning of teeth as by the removal of tartar, placque, calculus deposits, stubborn stains, such as are produced by smoking, and simultaneous stimulation of the ging ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic motors and scissors. Ultrasonic Systems, November 14, 1972: US3702948 (63 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic motor construction wherein the compressional wave mechanical energy is transmitted through a transmission member into flexural vibrational wave energy to a working tip or surface removed a distance from the transducer associated therewith. Various forms of ultrasonic motor construction ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Ultrasonic surgical methods. Ultrasonic Systems, August 12, 1975: US3898992 (59 worldwide citation)

The method and apparatus of the invention use ultrasonic energy in the form of mechanical vibrations transmitted by a tool member to close off small severed blood vessels, such as in humans, by the formation of closures at the terminal portions thereof, and stop what is called 'oozes', that requires ...


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Balamuth Lewis: Psychophysiosonic system with multisensory aids. Ultrasonic Systems, June 22, 1971: US3585991 (58 worldwide citation)

The simultaneous application of a number of stimuli to humans for therapeutic purposes involving audible and inaudible sound vibrations introduced into the interior of human beings by means of underwater projection, in combination with sensory stimulation.


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Kuris Arthur, Balamuth Lewis, Karatjas Manuel: Ultrasonic method for cleaning teeth. Ultrasonic Systems, August 13, 1974: US3828770 (42 worldwide citation)

A method for cleaning teeth by 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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Balamuth Lewis: Apparatus for embossing of materials with high-frequency vibrations. Cavitron Corporation, January 18, 1972: US3635609 (30 worldwide citation)

A workpiece which is to have a raised pattern applied to at least one surface thereof is positioned in the apparatus between a support member and a die member, the surface of the die member being a reverse image of the desired pattern. While the die member and workpiece are held in contact by a stat ...