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Rousselet Andre, Durand Pierre: Device for taking samples of liquid specimens especially for the automatic analysis apparatus. Hoffmann La Roche, July 31, 1973: US3748911 (31 worldwide citation)

A device for taking samples of liquid specimens, such as blood, microbiological suspension and the like for use with an automatic analysis apparatus. The device comprises a sampling head including a hollow needle connected to a pump at one end. The needle is fixed to a support mounted for movement w ...


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Jansson Olof, Bernard Pascal, Durand Pierre Yves, Hobro Sture, Persson Eva, Thell Bengt Olov: A device for carrying out a peritoneal dialysis treatment. Gambro Lundia, Jansson Olof, Bernard Pascal, Durand Pierre Yves, Hobro Sture, Persson Eva, Thell Bengt Olov, BERGLUND Stefan, April 21, 2005: WO/2005/035023 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a device and a method for a peritoneal dialysis treatment in several cycles. A cycler (1) controlled by a processor (31) fills the abdominal cavity with dialysis fluid, and drains the abdominal cavity. A sensor (37) senses a variable related to the draining of the dialysis flu ...


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Durand Pierre, Lartigue Gerard: Sample tube device. Hoffmann La Roche, Welt Samuel L, Leon Bernard S, Hopkins Mark L, May 13, 1975: US3882619 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a sample tube device for use in chemical and/or biochemical and/or sero-hematological analyses.


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Jansson Olof, Bernard Pascal, Durand Pierre Yves, Hobro Sture, Persson Eva, Thell Bengt Olov: A device for carrying out a peritoneal dialysis treatment. Gambro Lundia, August 23, 2006: EP1691863-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a device and a method for a peritoneal dialysis treatment in several cycles. A cycler (1) controlled by a processor (31) fills the abdominal cavity with dialysis fluid, and drains the abdominal cavity. A sensor (37) senses a variable related to the draining of the dialysis flu ...


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Durand Pierre: Device for achieving permanent equilibration in tower cranes. Societe Anonyme Richier, February 15, 1972: US3642148 (9 worldwide citation)

A device for obtaining permanent equilibration in tower cranes of the type including a load jib, over which a carriage fitted with a lifting hook travels, and a jib over which a carriage carrying a counterweight is adapted to be shifted, said device including in combination: means for measuring the ...


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Durand Pierre: Device for suspension and placement of the load in a distributive jib tower crane. April 20, 1971: US3575300 (7 worldwide citation)

A tower crane with a horizontal distributive jib is traversed by a carriage bearing hoist cables with terminal swivels from which hangs a crossbar. The crossbar carries a load-bearing hook. The hoist cables pass over guide pulleys on the carriage in opposite directions via a plurality of further pul ...


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Machon Jean Pierre, Durand Pierre: Process for widening the molecular distribution of polyethylene by using two reactors operating at very different pressures and temperatures and in the absence of hydrogen, and apparatus for carrying it out.. Charbonnages Ste Chimique, July 9, 1980: EP0013246-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

1. A manufacturing process for ethylene polymers with a melt index between 0.1 and 2 and a polydispersity index exceeding 10, by polymerizing ethylene in the presence of a catalytic system comprising at least one halogenated compound of a transition metal and at least one activator selected from the ...


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Durand Pierre: Tower cranes. Richier, Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, December 3, 1974: US3851767 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a tower crane. This crane includes a crab-jib rigidly united with a slewing upper tower section and a counterweight-jib hingedly connected to said section, each of these jibs being connected by at least one tie to a post hingedly connected to the slewing section, the attachm ...


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Durand Pierre E, Durand Jean Ch: Vertically collapsible upright for lifting gantries and the like. June 26, 1973: US3741338 (5 worldwide citation)

For a vertically collapsible apparatus including an upper beam, such as lifting gantries, scaffoldings, . . . , a vertical upright or leg, normally used in pair, said leg comprising three elements pivoting on one another and on the beam by four axes of articulation (as known per se), wherein the fou ...


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