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Robert Nordstrom, David Bee, Mark Modell, Ze ev Hed, Jennie Kwo, Matthew Emans: Optical probe accessory device for use in vivo diagnostic procedures. MediSpectra, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, January 25, 2005: US06847490 (62 worldwide citation)

The present invention recognizes that optical probes function both as medical access devices and as instruments which collect complex optical data. The invention provides an optical probe accessory device which can access luminal spaces within the body of a patient without sacrificing the quality of ...


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Mark Modell, Ze&apos ev Hed, David Bee, David Lipson, Jennie Kwo, Matthew Emans, Robert Nordstrom: Spectral volume microprobe arrays. MediSpectra, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, November 30, 2004: US06826422 (59 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for determining a characteristic of a sample of a material by the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with the sample. The apparatus includes an optical assembly and a protective barrier. The optical assembly sequentially illuminates a plurality of volume elem ...


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Rodney David Bee: Ice containing confection. Good Humor Breyers Ice Cream Division of Conopco, James J Farrell, April 14, 1998: US05738889 (8 worldwide citation)

A deformable ice confection giving a smooth mouth feel and refreshment from a high ice content which comprises smooth convex faced ice particles in a deformable medium, eg a syrup or ice cream.


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David Bee, Robert Rioux: Angle indexer for medical devices. Boston Scientific Scimed, Vista IP Law Group, April 22, 2008: US07361174 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for positioning of a medical device in body tissue includes an angle indexer which mates in at least two positions with an index-key attached to the medical device. The indexer may be hand held or otherwise secured to a separate device, such as an introducer cannula, with the medical devic ...


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Rodney David Bee, Alan John Gerrard: Manufacture of edible frozen products. Good Humor Breyers Ice Cream division of Conopco, James J Farrell, November 21, 2000: US06149951 (2 worldwide citation)

A simple, inexpensive method of producing a gas hydrate is provided comprising the steps: (i) filling a vessel with an amount of liquid water and/or frozen water, (ii) adding an amount of condensed hydrate forming gas to the vessel in a manner such that the condensed gas does not come into contact w ...


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David Bee, Robert Rioux, Christopher J Elliott: Angle indexer for medical devices. Boston Scientific Scimed, Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni PLLC, June 24, 2014: US08758339 (1 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for positioning of a medical device in body tissue includes an angle indexer which mates in at least two positions with an index-key attached to the medical device. The indexer may be hand held or otherwise secured to a separate device, such as an introducer cannula, with the medical devic ...


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Rodney David Bee, David Needham, Keith Smallwood, Rodney David Bee, David Needham, Keith Smallwood: Frozen confections. Unilever Nv Unilever, LU XINHUA, November 30, 1994: CN93121654

Stable gas cells having D3,2 average particle size below 20 mu m are used in ice confections to provide creaminess, whiteness and flavour enhancement.


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Terence Paul Baker, Rodney David Bee: Manufacture of chemicals. Unilever, LU XINHUA, April 13, 1994: CN93116560

Producing edible gas hydrate by combining an aqueous liquid and a hydrate forming gas in a condensed state at a pressure above the minimum hydrate forming pressure but at a temperature above the maximum hydrate formation temperature, thereafter contacting the liquid with a surface having a temperatu ...


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Mark Modell, Ze ev Hed, David Bee, David Lipson, Jennie Kwo, Matthew Emans, Robert Nordstrom: Spectral volume microprobe arrays. MediSpectra, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, September 23, 2004: US20040186382-A1

Methods and apparatus are provided for determining a characteristic of a sample of a material by the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with the sample. The apparatus includes an optical assembly and a protective barrier. The optical assembly sequentially illuminates a plurality of volume elem ...


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David Bee, Robert Rioux: Angle indexer for medical devices. Scimed Life Systems, Bingham McCutchen, January 13, 2005: US20050010210-A1

Apparatus for positioning of a medical device in body tissue includes an angle indexer which mates in at least two positions with an index-key attached to the medical device. The indexer may be hand held or otherwise secured to a separate device, such as an introducer cannula, with the medical devic ...