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John Webster, James R Pratt: Surgical apparatus with indicator. United States Surgical Corporation, April 2, 1996: US05503320 (661 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and system are disclosed for indicating relative positions of elements in a surgical apparatus. The indicating elements can include electrical circuitry for activating visual, audible or tactile indicators, thereby alerting the user that an event has occured with respect to the instrume ...


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Thomas D Guy, Richard N Granger, Robert H Brady, John Webster, James R Pratt, Corbett W Stone: Surgical apparatus with indicator. United States Surgical, July 3, 2007: US07237708 (384 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and system are disclosed for indicating relative positions of elements in a surgical apparatus. The indicating elements can include electrical circuitry that provides means for activating visual, audible or tactile indicators, thereby alerting the user that an event has occured with res ...


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Thomas D Guy, Richard N Granger, Robert H Brady, John Webster, James R Pratt, Corbett W Stone, Thomas W Alesi Jr: Surgical apparatus with indicator. United States Surgical Corporation, November 7, 1995: US05464144 (299 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and system are disclosed for indicating relative positions of elements in a surgical apparatus. The indicating elements can include electrical circuitry for activating visual, audible or tactile indicators, thereby alerting the user that an event has occurred with respect to the instrum ...


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Paul J Phillips, Mark S Peyser, John Webster: Surgical hemostatic clip. United States Surgical Corporation, April 23, 1996: US05509920 (150 worldwide citation)

A hemostatic clip for application to body tissue is disclosed which includes opposed leg portions connected by a bail portion with each leg portion having a tissue contacting surface defined thereon. A pair of projections and a pair of recessed areas are defined on each tissue contacting surface and ...


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Paul J Phillips, Mark S Peyser, John Webster: Surgical hemostatic clip. United States Surgical Corporation, May 6, 1997: US05626592 (92 worldwide citation)

A hemostatic clip for application to body tissue is disclosed which includes opposed leg portions connected by a bail portion with each leg portion having a tissue contacting surface defined thereon. A pair of projections and a pair of recessed areas are defined on each tissue contacting surface and ...


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Glen E Robertson, John Webster: Boat positioning and anchoring system. Glen E Robertson, Charles J Prescott, January 13, 2004: US06678589 (41 worldwide citation)

An anchorless boat positioning system for establishing and maintaining a boat at a selected geographic location without the use of a conventional anchor. In one embodiment, a steerable thruster is used whose thrust and steering direction are determined and controlled on the basis of position informa ...


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Cranmore John Webster: Rectangular adjustable headlamp assembly for road vehicles. Joseph Lucas, July 20, 1971: US3594569 (13 worldwide citation)

A headlamp assembly includes a rectangular lamp unit having a pair of flanges which project from opposite sides of the unit respectively. The flanges lie on an imaginary line parallel with the horizontal axis of the lamp unit, and has engaged therewith respective screws. The screws are engaged at on ...


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Clayton John Webster: A secure mobile telephone using preset number dialling. Clayton John Webster, April 9, 1997: GB2305577-A (4 worldwide citation)

The components are separated into two units, a base station 11 and a handset (mobile unit) 21 , to enhance the personal security of the handset 21 carrier and give the owner financial security. The handset 21 is inserted into the protected base station 11 for the pre-loading of selected telephone nu ...


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Harold Crosbie Fielding, John Hutchinson, Samuel John Webster: Fire-fighting foam compositions. Imperial Chemical, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 3, 1977: US04020903 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of fighting fires which comprises applying to the fire a foam produced from an aqueous composition comprising as a surface-active agent the residue of a branched oligomer of tetrafluoroethylene (C.sub.2 F.sub.4).sub.n wherein n is 4, 5, or 6 having a hydrophilic group attached to the residu ...