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Duncan Newman: Injection device. Subot, Dowell & Dowell, April 1, 1997: US05616132 (151 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a portable medicant injection device having a diaphragm mounted within its housing and a hypodermic needle that moves in response to the movement of the diaphragm when pressurized gas is released into the housing.


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Phil Mundy, Duncan Newman, David Harding: Wheelchair for large individuals. PDG, Natan Epstein, September 28, 1999: US05957474 (39 worldwide citation)

A wheelchair for large individuals includes front casters mounted substantially forward of the user's center of gravity. Front caster and rear wheels are mounted on the same rigid member. The rigid member is pivotally attached to the rear of the frame while the front includes suspension means extend ...


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Duncan Newman: Seat assist. Newman Engineering, Dowell & Dowell, May 31, 1994: US05316370 (36 worldwide citation)

A portable seating assist device for use on a wide range of seating furniture comprises a base portion to be placed on the horizontal surface of a chair or the like and a seating surface which is hingedly mounted to the base. A compression spring is mounted between the seating surface and base to ur ...


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Duncan Newman: Method for steam sterilization of articles. Dickinson Wright Moon Van Dusen & Freeman, March 1, 1994: US05290511 (35 worldwide citation)

A process, system and pressure chamber for the automated sterilization of articles, particularly medical or dental instruments is disclosed, which is simple to use and economically efficient by comparison with conventional autoclaves and steam sterilizing system. Steam is generated by the pulsed inj ...


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Duncan Newman: Apparatus for steam sterilization of articles. Dickinson Wright Moon Van Dusen & Freeman, December 21, 1993: US05271893 (21 worldwide citation)

A process, system and pressure chamber for the automated sterilization of articles, particularly medical or dental instruments is disclosed, which is simple to use and economically efficient by comparison with conventional autoclaves and steam sterilizing system. Steam is generated by the pulsed inj ...


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Sonya Mongomery, Jeff Dayman, Allen Muirhead, Paul Moore, Taras Worona, Simon Treadwell, Murray Voakes, Thomas Porter, Carlton Chong, Liung Sen Liao, Duncan Newman: Apparatus and process for conditioning mammalian blood. Vasogen Ireland, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, May 18, 2004: US06736788 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention provides apparatus for conditioning mammalian blood for subsequent use in a medical procedure. The apparatus includes a cabinet having a secure environment and a door providing the only access to the environment. An input system is provided for transporting a blood charge from a source ...


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Duncan Newman: Pressure chamber for steam sterilization of articles. Dickinson Wright Moon Van Dusen & Freeman, November 5, 1996: US05571476 (18 worldwide citation)

A process, system and pressure chamber for the automated sterilization of articles, particularly medical or dental instruments is disclosed, which is simple to use and economically efficient by comparison with conventional autoclaves and steam sterilizing system. Steam is generated by the pulsed inj ...


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Duncan Newman, Michael A Knappers: Electric lifting cushion. Dowell & Dowell P C, March 9, 2004: US06702383 (13 worldwide citation)

An electric seat assist device having a seat pivotally secured to a base. One or more cam members extend in generally opposing relationship from the seat and base and are seated on one or more sets of rollers which are linearly adjusted to raise and lower the seat by a drive member which is pivotall ...


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Duncan Newman: Suspension tent. Terrelogic, Dowell & Dowell P C, April 24, 2001: US06220264 (10 worldwide citation)

This invention provides in an article of manufacture having a fabric support surface: a fabric support surface; a peripheral frame for the support surface, said frame having opposed base sections and opposed flexible arch sections extending between the base sections; and arch flexing means for movin ...


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Duncan Newman: Adjustable closure for a container. Dowell & Dowell P C, April 3, 2012: US08146770 (8 worldwide citation)

An adjustable seal that is kinematically linked to a container to provide a complete seal of the container opening and to allow easy access to contents therein. The seal includes a lid portion and a sealing means, as well as a lever and a yoke, which are kinematically linked together via a plurality ...