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John Engalitcheff Jr: Method and apparatus for rehabilitation of damaged limbs. Baltimore Therapeutic Equipment Company, Haight Noble & Mendelsohn, June 29, 1982: US04337050 (67 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the rehabilitation of damaged limbs for use in the operation of a tool wherein accessories with handles corresponding to the handles of familiar tools are attached to a shaft in a manner such that the movements of the handle corresponding to the normal operatin of the tool ...


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John Engalitcheff Jr: Method and apparatus for rehabilitation of damaged limbs. Baltimore Therapeutic Equipment Company, James J Brown, September 18, 1984: US04471957 (30 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the rehabilitation of damaged limbs for use in the operation of a tool wherein accessories with handles corresponding to the handles of familiar tools are attached to a shaft in a manner such that the movements of the handle corresponding to the normal operation of the too ...


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John Engalitcheff Jr: Apparatus for the rehabilitation of damaged limbs. Baltimore Therapeutic Equipment Co, James J Brown, September 6, 1988: US04768783 (19 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for simulating the operational characteristics of different tools in the rehabilitation therapy of damaged limbs by simultaneously carrying out, in coordinated fashion, several muscle and joint movements, which comprises:


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John Engalitcheff Jr, Edward N Schinner: Gas scrubbing apparatus. Baltimore Aircoil Company, Michael C Sudol Jr, J Jerome Behan, June 22, 1976: US03964886 (7 worldwide citation)

An air pumping and scrubbing apparatus which is suitable for use in spray paint booths is described. This apparatus uses liquid sprays directed into a conduit to cause an air pumping action to inject air into the conduit and dis-discharge to atmosphere using water pressure to move the air so as to a ...


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John Engalitcheff Jr: Method and apparatus of multi stage injector cooling. Baltimore Aircoil Company, Michael C Sudol Jr, June 7, 1977: US04028440 (6 worldwide citation)

This application illustrates staging of injector type evaporative heat exchangers in such a way that the water to have heat extracted from it flows through the stages in series but comes into contact with a new volume of air at each stage. Dramatic reductions in size of unit required to deal with hi ...


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