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Stewart James M: Suction-irrigator. Stewart Research, Finnegan Henderson Farabow and Garrett, June 17, 1975: US3889675 (52 worldwide citation)

A suction-irrigating instrument having a working tip structure and a supply handle structure, each constructed of a pair of interconnected tubes, and means for connecting the supply tubes of the handle structure with the delivery tubes of the working tip, said connecting means including a resilient ...


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Stewart James M: Combination aspirator and fluid delivering surgical instrument. Stewart Research, July 31, 1973: US3749090 (39 worldwide citation)

A combination surgical instrument is provided for applying vacuum and delivering fluid to a work area. The instrument includes a readily detachable work tool having a fluid delivering tube and an integrally attached vacuum-applying tube, with the entrance end of the vacuum tube projecting beyond the ...


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Stewart James M: Instrument control system. Stewart Research, November 14, 1972: US3702940 (27 worldwide citation)

A control system is provided for selectively and randomly operating a plurality of surgical instruments from a power source with a single operator controlled switch. The system includes an instrument supporting tray including a plurality of instrument holders for receiving and holding the surgical i ...


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Stewart James M: Pressure relief valve for a sphygmomanometer. Stewart Research, December 18, 1973: US3779236 (16 worldwide citation)

A pressure relief valve assembly particularly for use with a sphygmomanometer having a housing, an internal axial bore for passing pressurized air through the housing, a transverse bore intersecting the axial bore and communicating with the exterior of the housing, a flexible, resilient member mount ...


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Stewart James M: Hardware for sliding door. Stewart Research, July 18, 1972: US3676895 (8 worldwide citation)

Door handles especially adapted for use on sliding 'pocket' type doors permitting single hand opening and closing. Means is also provided adapting the handles for replacement of existing door operating means without carpentry work involving repair or remodeling of the previous carpentry.


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Stewart James M: Dental handpiece. Stewart Research, October 9, 1973: US3763664 (3 worldwide citation)

A dental handpiece including a housing and a collet rotatably mounted within the housing having as a force transmitting means a substantially non-compressible, non-fluid, but readily deformable gel confined within an internal chamber of constant volume but of variable shape to transmit gripping forc ...


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Stewart James M: Force transmission and apparatus. Stewart Research, November 7, 1972: US3702067 (3 worldwide citation)

The disclosure hereinafter set forth relates to force transmission in any environment. As an essential element in the working force system a substantially noncompressible, nonfluid, but readily deformable gel is employed. In such force transmission, the gel is deformed within a confining but variabl ...


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Stewart James M: Dispositif dirrigation par succion, Suction-irrigator. Stewart Research, May 22, 1979: CA1054892

PATENT APPLICATIONof JAMES M. STEWARTfor SUCTION-IRRIGATOR ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A suction-irrigating instrument having a working tipstructure and a supply handle structure, each constructed ofa pair of interconnected tubes, and means for connecting thesupply tubes of the handle structure with ...


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Stewart James M: Apparatus and method for injecting compressed gas to separate meat. Monfort, KOVARIK Joseph E, March 20, 1997: WO/1997/009887

An apparatus and method are described that control the volume and/or pressure of gas (2) injected into an animal carcass (34) to reduce the forces and ergonomic stresses encountered during the separation of meat from adjacent animal bone or tissue. The device and method can utilize stored data to op ...