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Sutterlin Chester E Iii, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Del, Rio Eddy M, Lamanna José M: Powered kerrison-like rongeur system. The Anspach Effort, Sutterlin Chester E Iii, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Del, Rio Eddy M, Lamanna José M, NORMAN FRIEDLAND PATENT ATTORNEY, June 17, 2004: WO/2004/049956 (427 worldwide citation)

A motorized drill is mounted in the handle (18) of a Kerrison Rongeur System utilized by a surgeon to perform surgical procedures on a patient, includes mechanism for moving the bit (25) supported in a rotating drill (12) toward the fixed upstanding foot (24) mounted at the remote end of the pistol- ...


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LAMPOTANG Samsun, GRAVENSTEIN Nikolaus, LIZDAS David Erik, LURIA Isaac Thomas, PETERSON Matthew James: Système interactif de réalité mélangée et ses utilisations, Interactive mixed reality system and uses thereof. University Of Florida Research Foundation, LAMPOTANG Samsun, GRAVENSTEIN Nikolaus, LIZDAS David Erik, LURIA Isaac Thomas, PETERSON Matthew James, KNIGHT Sarah J, October 13, 2011: WO/2011/127379 (4 worldwide citation)

An interactive mixed reality simulator is provided that includes a virtual 3D model of internal or hidden features of an object; a physical model or object being interacted with; and a tracked instrument used to interact with the physical object. The tracked instrument can be used to simulate or vis ...


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Lampotang Samsun, Gravenstein Nikolaus: Apparatus and method to deliver dilute o2 by nasal cannula or facemask. University Of Florida, JETTER Neil R, September 29, 2005: WO/2005/089848 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (100) for delivering an O2 comprising gas mixture by nasal cannula (120) or face mask to a patient includes at least one jet pump (110) having an inlet (113) for receiving a high pressure O2 rich flow and an outlet (112) for emitting a reduced O2 content flow as compared to the O2 rich ...


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Melker Richard, Gravenstein Nikolaus: A microwaveable container for sterilizing objects. University Of Florida, VAN DYKE Timothy H, April 24, 2003: WO/2003/033034 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and device for sterilizing objects in a microwave oven is disclosed. The invention includes an inexpensive container (100) for sterilizing medical devices and other objects used in a home that have the potential to transmit infectious diseases. An indicator (301), preferably responsive to h ...


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Dennis Donn M, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Modell Jerome H, Morey Timothy E, Shah Dinesh: Nouveaux systemes de micro-emulsions et de tensioactifs destines a la solubilisation de medicaments, Novel microemulsion and micelle systems for solubilizing drugs. University Of Florida, University Of Florida, CASSAN MACLEAN, February 7, 2002: CA2417800

A microemulsion delivery system for water insoluble or sparingly water soluble drugs that comprise a long polymer chain surfactant component and a short fatty acid sufractant component, with the amount of each being selected to provide stable microemulsion or micellar systems.


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Dennis Donn M, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Modell Jerome H, Morey Timothy E, Shah Dinesh: Microemulsion and micelle systems for solubilizing drugs. Univ Florida, May 2, 2003: EP1305005-A2

A microemulsion delivery system for water insoluble or sparingly water soluble drugs that comprise a long polymer chain surfactant component and a short fatty acid sufractant component, with the amount of each being selected to provide stable microemulsion or micellar systems.


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Martynyuk Anatoly E, Dennis Donn M, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Glushakov Alexander V, Yarotskky Viktor, Sumners Colin, Seubert Christoph: Methods and materials for treating mental illness. Univ Florida, May 2, 2007: EP1778211-A1

The subject invention pertains to methods of treating mental illnesses or conditions characterized by a decreased function of NMDA receptors and/or excessively enhanced glutamate release and activity of non-NMDA receptors (AMPA and/or kainate). Specifically disclosed are methods utilizing BrPhe, or ...


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Sutterlin Chester E Iii, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Del Rio Eddy H, Lamanna Jose M: Powered kerrison-like rongeur system. Anspach Effort, August 24, 2005: EP1565113-A2

A motorized drill is mounted in the handle of a Kerrison Rongeur System utilized by a surgeon to perform surgical procedures on a patient, includes mechanism for moving the rotating drill toward the fixed upstanding foot mounted at the remote end of the pistol-shaped handle for removing bone which i ...