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Stephen G Hauser: Instrument for inserting a deformable lens into the eye. Keith D Beecher, August 16, 1988: US04763650 (94 worldwide citation)

An instrument for inserting a deformable intraocular lens into the eye, and which is constructed so that the deformable lens is grasped in its undeformed state by two jaws which are forced together by a ramp thereby deforming the lens, as the jaws are drawn into a tube, the deformed lens being held ...


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Stephen G Hauser: Breath coordinated inhaler. Holland & Knight, May 18, 1999: US05904139 (92 worldwide citation)

An improved breath coordinated inhaler is provided for administering medication to a patient in aerosol form for respiratory inhalation therapy. The improved inhaler comprises a compact housing adapted to receive and support a medication cannister including a valve assembly actuatable to deliver a d ...


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Stephen G Hauser: Specimen holder. Abbott Laboratories, Neal O Willmann, July 3, 1979: US04159875 (58 worldwide citation)

A slide holder is disclosed which is suitable for use in an automated differential blood cell classifier. The molded plastic holder provides a readily identifiable, stackable, and nestable device for protectively handling, positioning, and transporting a specimen such as a film of blood to be analyz ...


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Stephen G Hauser, Mark B Friedman, Alden M Mills: Push-up exercise unit and device. Perfect Pushup, Charter Advisory Partners, Matthew J Lattig, December 23, 2008: US07468025 (45 worldwide citation)

A push-up exercise unit and device is described which may enable a user to move with his/her body's natural rotation to engage additional muscle groups with reduced stress on joints. The device can include a handle support structure having a pair of columns between a lower base and a separate end ca ...


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Stephen G Hauser: Breath coordinated inhaler. KOS Pharmaceuticals, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, December 5, 2000: US06155251 (45 worldwide citation)

An improved breath coordinated inhaler is provided for administering medication to a patient in aerosol form for respiratory inhalation therapy. The improved inhaler comprises a compact housing adapted to receive and support a medication cannister including a valve assembly actuatable to deliver a d ...


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John von Buelow, Stephen G Hauser: Wall-mounted soap dispenser. United States Borax & Chemical Corporation, Kenneth L Warsh, Eric P Schellin, James R Thornton, January 15, 1985: US04493440 (39 worldwide citation)

A wall mounted soap dispenser made of plastic is described. The dispenser includes a hand-operated pump which dispenses liquid soap under pressure and which can be manufactured inexpensively. A disposable container of liquid soap is inserted in the dispenser to refill the dispenser. The pump has on ...


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Stephen G Hauser, B Richard Tarnutzer: Deployable support unit for reading material. Kelly Lowry & Kelley, Stuart O Lowry, November 9, 2010: US07828260 (35 worldwide citation)

A support unit is provided for supporting reading material at a selected and convenient angle and height for facilitated viewing. The support unit is deployable between a collapsed and generally flat or two-dimensional non-deployed position, and a deployed position with a support platen at an adjust ...


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Stephen G Hauser, Mark B Friedman, Alden M Mills: Push-up exercise unit and device. Perfect Pushup, Charter IP, Matthew J Lattig, June 30, 2009: US07553267 (23 worldwide citation)

A push-up exercise unit and device is described which may enable a user to move with his or her body's natural rotation to engage additional muscle groups with reduced stress on joints. The device includes a pair of rotatable devices, one for each hand. Each rotatable device includes a handle assemb ...


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John G Bowen, Stephen G Hauser: Soft contact lens disinfecting unit. John G Bowen, Keith D Beecher, July 16, 1985: US04529868 (21 worldwide citation)

An electrically energized evaporator and/or soft lens heating and disinfecting unit is provided which is compact in size in that it does not require a separate holder for the lenses. Instead, the unit itself forms the lens holder, and the holder has compartments for the left and right lenses and whi ...


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Alden Morris Mills, Mark B Friedman, Stephen G Hauser, William Patrick Conley, Rodger Dale Thomason: Exercise device with removable weight. PT Metrics, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 3, 2007: US07238147 (18 worldwide citation)

An exercise device in which removable weight may be provided in a housing of the device. Two rotatable handles may be provided in the housing, permitting various hand orientations during exercise. The removable weight may be received within and/or removed from a cavity of the device.