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Kent I Smedley, Ronald Gulino, Donald James Novkov, Ethan T Alger, Jesse Rosen, Stuart I Smedley: Methods and devices for controlling flow and particle fluidization in a fuel cell. Teck Cominco Metals, Sean D Burdick, Snell & Wilmer L, October 2, 2007: US07276309 (10 worldwide citation)

Improved fuel cell systems comprise a fuel delivery system having a fluidization apparatus and a fluidization pump for creating an electrolyte flow suitable for fluidizing at least a portion of the fuel particles located within the fluidization apparatus. Due to the presence of the fluidization pump ...


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Jwala Karnik, Clint Carnell, Jesse Rosen, John Allison: Methods and systems for treatment of spasticity. MYOSCIENCE, Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, June 6, 2017: US09668800

A system for alleviating spasticity of a skeletal muscle having an associated motor nerve. The system may include a needle probe having at least one needle. The at least one needle has a proximal end, a distal end, and a needle lumen therebetween. The needle is configured for insertion proximate to ...


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Michael Fourkas, Ronald Williams, John Allison, Jesse Rosen: Cryogenic needle with freeze zone regulation. MyoScience, Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, April 19, 2016: US09314290

A cryogenic needle of a cryogenic system is coupled to a heater. While the needle is inserted into target tissue beneath skin, the heater provides heat to protect the skin. Power supplied to the heater is used to interpolate performance of the needle and/or operating parameters of the cryogenic syst ...


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Michael Fourkas, Eric Ryba, Jesse Rosen, Punit Govenji: Cryogenic probe filtration system. MyoScience, Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, October 13, 2015: US09155584

A cryogenic device having a filter device fluidly connected between a valve and a cooling fluid cartridge. The filter device filters solid and fluid impurities received from the cartridge. The filter device also captures fluid impurities from the cryogenic device when not in use.


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Kent I Smedley, Ronald Gulino, Donald James Novkov, Ethan T Alger, Jesse Rosen, Stuart I Smedley: Methods and devices for controlling flow and particle fluidization in a fuel cell. Patterson Thuente Skaar & Christensen Pa, July 1, 2004: US20040126642-A1

Improved fuel cell systems comprise a fuel delivery system having a fluidization apparatus and a fluidization pump for creating an electrolyte flow suitable for fluidizing at least a portion of the fuel particles located within the fluidization apparatus. Due to the presence of the fluidization pump ...



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