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Masaru Uehara, Teruyoshi Uchida, Hirotaka Kojima: Electrode for living bodies. Mitsubishi Rayon Company, Ladas & Parry, April 17, 1984: US04442841 (255 worldwide citation)

An electrode for living bodies consisting of a fine metal wire at least part of the surface of which is directly coated with a porous membrane having fine pores of an average pore diameter of greater than 0.01 .mu.m. The electrode makes it possible to measure the oxygen concentration in the blood ve ...


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Teruyoshi Uchida, Hisayoshi Yamamori, Hirotaka Kojima, Junichi Tashita: Electrode for living body. Mitsubishi Rayon Company, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, June 16, 1987: US04672970 (217 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a metal electrode for a living body, which comprises a noble metal wire an an insulating covering layer formed around the periphery of the noble metal wire. At least a part of the portion of the insulating covering layer falling in contact with the noble metal wire is composed of a cros ...


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Kiyoshi Adachi, Masaru Uehara, Hiroshi Kitagawa, Hirotaka Kojima, Masaaki Sato: Apparatus for continuously packing medical appliances for sterilization. Mitsubishi Rayon Company, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, May 7, 1985: US04514965 (12 worldwide citation)

Medical appliances are continuously packed for sterilization thereof by the process wherein (1) bags having micropores in peripheral side portions thereof to be sealed, which micropores allow passage of a sterilizing gas and a high pressure steam but do not allow passage of germs, are formed from pa ...


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Akihiko Ooe, Tetsuo Imaiida, Teruyoshi Uchida, Hirotaka Kojima: Method and apparatus for measuring gas partial pressure in living body. Mitsubishi Rayon, Ladas & Parry, September 1, 1987: US04690147 (4 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for measuring a gas partial pressure in a living body on the basis of the principle of polarography. A gas partial pressure sensor includes a biomedical electrode inserted in the living body. A temperature sensor is further provided to measure a temperature of the living body. ...


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Hirotaka Kojima, Masao Fujita, Mitsuru Kiguchi, Hiroyuki Yasuhara, Yasuo Ochiai: Method of scrapping furnace bottom section of blast furnace. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Sankyu, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, November 12, 2002: US06479011

A solidified residual iron within a blast furnace is suspended up by employing a shell suspending device fixed to a tuyere arranged in a lower end portion of an upper portion of a furnace body suspended by a lift jack and a solidified residual iron suspending band, thereafter is descended by employi ...


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Masao Fujita, Hirotaka Kojima: Method of constructing a blast furnace body and lifting transfer apparatus. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, June 11, 2002: US06403021

A method and lifting transfer apparatus for dismantling an existing blast furnace body by dividing it into a plurality of furnace-body ring blocks, and efficiently transporting each of the ring blocks to and from a furnace-body disassembly site and back to the hearth for assembly of a repaired or re ...


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Hirotaka Kojima, Masao Fujita, Mitsuru Kiguchi, Hiroyuki Yasuhara, Yasuo Ochiai: Method of scrapping furnace bottom section of blast furnace. Kawasaki Steel Corporation AND Sankyu, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, February 7, 2002: US20020014724-A1

A solidified residual iron within a blast furnace is suspended up by employing a shell suspending device fixed to a tuyere arranged in a lower end portion of an upper portion of a furnace body suspended by a lift jack and a solidified residual iron suspending band, thereafter is descended by employi ...



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