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Milton P Chernack, Armand A Fiorenza: Integral snap action hinge. Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, June 26, 1979: US04158902 (88 worldwide citation)

An improved integral snap action hinge comprises first and second main parts joined together by a plurality of hinge straps each of which includes a flexible intermediate portion which portions are aligned to define a hinge line which accommodates opening and closing of the hinge. Improved hinge als ...


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Milton P Chernack: Hypodermic syringe assembly. E Z EM, McAulay Fisher Nissen & Goldberg, September 26, 1989: US04869720 (84 worldwide citation)

A hypodermic syringe assembly includes an elongated container and a cup shape molded piston longitudinal movable in the container. The container has a sidewall, a needle receiving end, and a piston receiving end which terminates in a rim. The piston has an open rear end with at least three equally s ...


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Milton P Chernack: Child resistant closure. Schechter Brucker & Pavane, June 13, 1989: US04838441 (78 worldwide citation)

An improved child resistant closure for a container comprises a base fixedly securable to the container, the base having an orifice communicating with an opening defined by the neck of the container and a first engaging means, a cover having a second engaging means, one of the cover and the base hav ...


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Milton P Chernack, Mishel Greenberg: Dual valve for respiratory device. Chesebrough Pond s, April 7, 1981: US04259951 (72 worldwide citation)

A dual valve for an inhalation device which permits air to be withdrawn from the device upon inhalation but which prevents the flow of air into the device upon exhalation. The valve includes a central opening in communication with the device, and a plurality of openings about the central opening in ...


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Milton P Chernack: Hand-held oral irrigating device. Hydrodent Laboratories, Cohen Pontani & Lieberman, December 25, 1990: US04979503 (49 worldwide citation)

The hand-held oral irrigating device of the invention is substantially self-contained and powered solely by an input stream of continuous flow treatment liquid, such as water from a conventional supply line. The device includes a internal turbine that is rotated by one portion of the input stream an ...


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Peter W Schnabel, Milton P Chernack, Lawrence T Wilkes, Gordon R Perry: Adjustable wiper container and applicator assembly for cosmetics and the like. Noxell Corporation, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, December 30, 1980: US04241743 (37 worldwide citation)

An adjustable wiper container and applicator assembly for applying cosmetics such as mascara and the like to eyelashes including an applicator having an elongated stem terminating in an elongated brush-like applicator head formation and a container for the cosmetic material in which the brush-like a ...


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Milton P Chernack: Disposable applicator. Cohen Pontani & Lieberman, February 25, 1986: US04572689 (28 worldwide citation)

Disposable applicator (10) for nail polish or other liquid comprises a frangible ampul (12) containing the liquid to be dispensed, a housing (14) defining a chamber (18) open at one end for housing the ampul (12) , the housing (14) being flexible at least in the vicinity of the ampul (12), and an ap ...


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Milton P Chernack: Dentifrice containing microencapsulated oxygen. Milton P Chernack, Cohen Pontani & Lieberman, March 19, 1991: US05000941 (21 worldwide citation)

A stable oxygen containing dentifrice in powder form which contains a carrier and evenly dispersed therethrough a multiplicity of microencapsulated droplets of an oxygen releasing agent such as hydrogen peroxide. The walls of the microcapsules are rupturable upon mechanical manipulation of the denti ...


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Milton P Chernack: Dentifrice containing microencapsulated oxygen. Production Previews, Cohen Pontani & Lieberman, September 19, 1989: US04867988 (20 worldwide citation)

A stable oxygen-containing dentifrice in powder, paste or liquid form which contains a carrier and evenly dispersed therethrough a multiplicity of microencapsulated droplets of an oxygen releasing agent such as hydrogen peroxide. The walls of the microcapsules are rupturable upon mechanical manipula ...


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Milton P Chernack: Dual function port cap. Extracorporeal Medical Specialties, Lawrence D Schuler, September 6, 1983: US04402420 (17 worldwide citation)

A port cap for attachment to an inlet or an outlet port of a device, especially a medical device such as a cardiotomy reservoir, venous reservoir, blood oxygenator or blood dialyzer. The port cap comprises a hollow body member having a wall at its first end, a second end which is open, and a hollow ...



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