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Leslie Hamilton, Rao S Bezwada, Mark B Roller, Murty N Vyakarnam, David A Dalessandro, Joel S Rosenblatt, Ram L Kataria, Lowell G Saferstein, James F Martin: Foam buttress for stapling apparatus. Ethicon, December 4, 2001: US06325810 (790 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for achieving hemostasis and pneumostasis along a staple line by utilizing a compliant bioabsorbable foam buttress which may be attached to one jaw of a surgical stapling apparatus by a biocompatible releasable adhesive.


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James F Martin: Continuous cardiac output derived from arterial pressure waveform using pattern recognition. Eli Lilly and Company, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, August 25, 1998: US05797395 (69 worldwide citation)

A system and method of determining cardiac output from a cardiac pressure waveform. The pressure waveform is continuously sensed and converted into a digital data stream. When a complete beat frame of data is sensed, the processor extracts a plurality of features from the sensed waveform which chara ...


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James F Martin: Continuous cardiac output derived from the arterial pressure waveform using pattern recognition. Eli Lilly and Company, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, February 21, 1995: US05390679 (48 worldwide citation)

A system and method of determining cardiac output from a cardiac pressure waveform. The pressure waveform is continuously sensed and converted into a digital data stream. When a complete beat frame of data is sensed, the processor extracts a plurality of features from the sensed waveform which chara ...


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James F Martin, Leo W Fleury, Gregory Fuchs: Check valve and backflow preventer. Grinnell Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 7, 1999: US05947152 (31 worldwide citation)

A check valve or backflow preventer has a valve mechanism mounted to a valve cover for removal and replacement as a unit. The valve clapper is resiliently supported to accommodate variations in tolerance. The valve seat is removably secured within the valve body by compression of a resilient seal ri ...


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Richard W Carbeau, James F Martin, John H Lanier, William L Holt: Waste disposal. Ensco, Alan Ruderman, July 31, 1984: US04462318 (19 worldwide citation)

Burning a waste fuel blend at very high temperatures (typically greater than 4000 deg. F.) for a very short period of time (typically a matter of milliseconds) in a primary combustion zone to break the complex hazardous/toxic hydrocarbons into less complex chemicals (such as CO, CO.sub.2, H.sub.2, O ...


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Richard W Carbeau, James F Martin, John H Lanier, William L Holt: Waste disposal. ENSCO, Alan Ruderman, June 4, 1985: US04520741 (19 worldwide citation)

Burning a waste fuel blend at very high temperatures (typically greater than 4000 deg. F.) for a very short period of time (typically a matter of milliseconds) in a primary combustion zone to break the complex hazardous/toxic hydrocarbons into less complex chemicals (such as CO, CO.sub.2, H.sub.2, O ...


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Ashok Machcha, Gary Walker, James F Martin: Flow modification for reducing track misregistration in hard disk drives. Maxtor Corporation, April 19, 2005: US06882501 (13 worldwide citation)

Systems and apparatus are described for modifying fluid flow in a hard disk drive system to reduce cross-track motion. The systems and methods provide advantages because they include at least one flow modification element. In some embodiments, the flow modification system comprises a set of approxim ...


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Paul J Niklewski, Mark A Burdorff, William T Donofrio, Curt R Eyster, James F Martin, Anil K Nalagatla, William P Adair, Nicholas E Cobb: Capnometry system for use with a medical effector system. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Verne E Kreger Jr, April 3, 2012: US08146591 (11 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a capnometry apparatus for receiving respiratory gas from a respiratory cannula positioned on a patient. An integrated host controller alerts a user if the capnometry apparatus is connected or not connected to the respiratory cannula based in part on a signal output from a capnometer lo ...


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James F Martin: Multi-chamber muffler. Warren H Kintzinger, June 7, 1977: US04027740 (10 worldwide citation)

A multi-chamber muffler having an input exhaust gas cyclone chamber receiving exhaust gas input from an exhaust pipe at an outlet location as related to a baffle wall, and in combination with the slant of the baffle wall generating cyclonic vortex turbulance flow of the exhaust gases delivered there ...


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Paul J Bruggeman, Mark A Burdorff, William L Collins Jr, William T Donofrio, Curt R Eyster, Hal H Katz, James F Martin, Anil K Nalagatla, Paul J Niklewski, Salvatore Privitera, Fred B Stevens III, Jeffery J Wuennemann, Randall S Hickle: Medical effector system. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Verne E Kreger Jr, June 28, 2011: US07970631 (8 worldwide citation)

A medical effector system comprised of a bedside unit and a procedure unit. The bedside unit contains a series of connection points for receiving inputs from a series of patient monitors. The procedure unit contains a patient monitoring and medical effector program, and a drug delivery pump or magne ...