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Roger de la Torre, J Stephen Scott, Thomas A Howell, George D Hermann, David Shields, Robert T Chang, Neil Holmgren, David Willis: Method and device for use in minimally invasive placement of space-occupying intragastric devices. Satiety, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, April 25, 2006: US07033373 (226 worldwide citation)

A space occupying device for deployment within a patient's stomach and methods of deploying and removing the device. The device includes an expandable member and fasteners, such as sutures, that extend to least partially through the patient's stomach wall, and that anchor the device with the patient ...


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Roger de la Torre, J Stephen Scott, Thomas A Howell, George D Hermann, David Shields, Robert T Chang, Neil Holmgren, David Willis: Method and device for use in minimally invasive placement of intragastric devices. Satiety, Fulwider Patton, July 13, 2010: US07753928 (18 worldwide citation)

A space occupying device for deployment within a patient's stomach and methods of deploying and removing the device. The device includes an expandable member and fasteners, such as sutures, that extend to least partially through the patient's stomach wall, and that anchor the device with the patient ...


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Ernest David Shields, Joyce Lee Norell: Bevel closure assay device housing. SmithKline Diagnostics, William H May, P R Merchant & Gould Harder, March 7, 2000: US06033627 (11 worldwide citation)

A closure and a device for use with a closure are described. The closure includes a first member having an interrupted beveled edge, a second member having an undercut edge, and optionally a base member to which the second member is fixed. The first member is adapted to be received with the interrup ...


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Roger de la Torre, J Stephen Scott, Thomas A Howell, George D Hermann, David Shields, Robert T Chang, Neil Holmgren, David Willis: Method and device for use in minimally invasive placement of intragastric devices. Cameron A King, Morrison & Foerster, May 9, 2002: US20020055757-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A space occupying device for deployment within a patient's stomach and methods of deploying and removing the device. The device includes an expandable member and fasteners, such as sutures, that extend to least partially through the patient's stomach wall, and that anchor the device with the patient ...


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Jeffrey Michael Fries, Joseph Forrest Noffsinger, Richard Lee Lawson, Aric Albert Weingartner, Curtis Doyle Mechling, Aaron Richard Mitti, Martin Paget, William David Shields: Systems and methods for predictive maintenance of crossings. General Electric Company, Christopher R Carroll, The Small Patent Law Group, November 1, 2016: US09481385

A method for predicting failure of a crossing warning system is disclosed. The method includes monitoring an electrical characteristic of a first route when an electric current is injected into the first route. The first route has a crossing intersection with a second route and a crossing signal at ...


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Roger de la Torre, J Stephen Scott, Thomas A Howell, George D Hermann, David Shields, Robert T Chang, Neil Holmgren, David Willis: Method and device for use in minimally invasive placement of intragastric devices. Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, Howard Hughes Center, September 1, 2005: US20050192615-A1

A space occupying device for deployment within a patient's stomach and methods of deploying and removing the device. The device includes an expandable member and fasteners, such as sutures, that extend to least partially through the patient's stomach wall, and that anchor the device with the patient ...


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Matthew S Scott, Carl Shanholtz, David Shields, Dayne Lancaster: Pourable centerport inhibitor for solid propellant rocket motors. Josseph A Walkowski, TraskBritt PC, June 4, 2009: US20090139205-A1

A pourable opaque centerport for solid propellant rocket motors and method for applying the same are disclosed. The pourable centerport inhibitor for solid propellant rocket motors has a curing system that includes a prepolymer and a curing agent. The prepolymer and the curing agent are combined to ...


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Matthew S Scott, Carl Shanholtz, David Shields, Dayne Lancaster: Centerport inhibitor for a solid propellant rocket motor, a solid propellant rocket motor including same, and a method of inhibiting a centerport of a solid propellant rocket motor. Alliant Techsystems, TraskBritt, June 7, 2011: US07956104

A pourable opaque centerport for solid propellant rocket motors and method for applying the same are disclosed. The pourable centerport inhibitor for solid propellant rocket motors has a curing system that includes a prepolymer and a curing agent. The prepolymer and the curing agent are combined to ...