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Jeffery R Parker, Mark D Miller, Daniel N Kelsch: Light emitting panel assemblies. Lumitex, Renner Otto Boiselle & Sklar P L L, March 25, 1997: US05613751 (206 worldwide citation)

Light emitting panel assemblies include light emitting panel members and one or more light sources positioned/embedded in a light transition area, which increases the efficiency of light entering the panel members along the light input area to be emitted from one or more light emitting surfaces alon ...


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Jeffery R Parker, Mark D Miller, Daniel N Kelsch: Light emitting panel assemblies. Lumitex, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, June 27, 2000: US06079838 (154 worldwide citation)

Light emitting panel assemblies include light emitting panel members and one or more light sources positioned/embedded in a light transition area, which increases the efficiency of light entering the panel members along the light input area to be emitted from one or more light emitting surfaces alon ...


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Jeffery R Parker, Mark D Miller, Daniel N Kelsch: Integrated display panel assemblies. Lumitex, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar P L L, November 2, 1999: US05975711 (153 worldwide citation)

Integrated display panel assemblies include a light conducting panel having opposite sides and an end portion for receiving light from one or more light sources for conduction through the panel. On one of the sides of the panel is a first light emitting area for causing a portion of the conducted li ...


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Jeffery R Parker, Mark D Miller, Daniel N Kelsch: Light emitting panel assemblies. Lumitex, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar P L L, July 13, 1999: US05921652 (148 worldwide citation)

Light emitting panel assemblies include light emitting panel members and one or more light sources positioned/embedded in a light transition area, which increases the efficiency of light entering the panel members along the light input area to be emitted from one or more light emitting surfaces alon ...


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Jeffery R Parker, Mark D Miller, Daniel N Kelsch: Light emitting panel assemblies. Lumitex, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar P L L, March 2, 1999: US05876107 (142 worldwide citation)

Light emitting panel assemblies include light emitting panel members and one or more light sources positioned/embedded in a light transition area, which increases the efficiency of light entering the panel members along the light input area to be emitted from one or more light emitting surfaces alon ...


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Jeffery R Parker, Mark D Miller, Daniel N Kelsch: Light emitting panel assemblies. Lumitex, Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff, April 8, 1997: US05618096 (137 worldwide citation)

Light emitting panel assemblies include light emitting panel members and one or more light sources positioned/embedded in a light transition area, which increases the efficiency of light entering the panel members along the light input area to be emitted from one or more light emitting surfaces alon ...


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Daniel N Kelsch, James L Mellor, Kenneth P Rundle, Roger B Fell, Scott E Jahns, Dave S Erickson, Vincent A Fischer III, Kent D Anderson: Rotatable lead introducer. Greatbatch, Michael F Scalise, April 19, 2011: US07930040 (51 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive introducers and methods that can be used for rotationally securing devices within the human body. Introducers can include a distal element for releasably engaging a lead head controllable from a proximal control located outside of the body. An inner stem can extend between a proxi ...


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Daniel N Kelsch, James L Mellor, Kenneth P Rundle, Roger B Fell, Scott E Jahns, Dave S Erickson, Vincent A Fischer III, Kent D Anderson: Rotatable lead introducer. Greatbatch, Michael F Scalise, June 9, 2009: US07544197 (47 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive introducers and methods that can be used for rotationally securing devices within the human body. Introducers can include a distal element for releasably engaging a lead head controllable from a proximal control located outside of the body. An inner stem can extend between a proxi ...


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Daniel N Kelsch, James L Mellor, Kenneth P Rundle, Roger B Fell, Scott E Jahns, Dave S Erickson, Vincent A Fischer III, Kent D Anderson: Method for inserting a lead electrode into body tissue using a rotatable lead introducer. Greatbatch, Michael F Scalise, February 15, 2011: US07890192 (39 worldwide citation)

A method for inserting a lead electrode into body tissue using a rotatable lead introducer is described. The introducer can include a distal element for releasably engaging a lead head controllable from a proximal control located outside of the body. An inner stem can extend between a proximal porti ...


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Alexander K Smith, Daniel N Kelsch: Contact assembly for implantable pulse generator and method of use. Greatbatch, Pearne & Gordon, May 27, 2014: US08738141 (29 worldwide citation)

A contact assembly for a medical device and, more specifically, to a header contact assembly for achieving electrical contact with an in-line IPG lead utilizing a contact structure such as a “toroidal spring in groove” device.