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Christopher J Hanna, Timothy J O Connor: Intelligent medical image management system. Teramedica, Quarles & Brady, September 1, 2009: US07583861 (103 worldwide citation)

An image management system connects to a health care enterprise intranet and receives images from medical imaging devices located throughout the enterprise. The image management system also receives images, patient information and administrative information from PAC, RIS and HIS systems. The images ...


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Timothy J O Connor: Sacrificial erosion bridge for a heat exchanger. FEDCO Automotive Components Company, Gary M Hartman, Domenica N S Hartman, November 14, 1995: US05465783 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing the internal erosion of a brazed aluminum heat exchanger, such as a heater core used in automotive applications. The heat exchanger is composed of a tank and header that form a chamber, a number of coolant tubes secured to the header such that ends of the tubes project into the ...


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Timothy J O Connor, Alex Wakulenko: Automatically tuneable anti-vibration boring system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, September 22, 1998: US05810528 (7 worldwide citation)

A lead slug is axially slidably mounted within a longitudinal cavity in the oring shaft of an automatically tuneable anti-vibration boring system. The lead slug is resiliently held in the longitudinal cavity by resilient spring members at its axial ends thereby permitting resonant axial vibration at ...


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Timothy J O Connor, Frederick J Nelson: Plating stand-off. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, John F Moran, August 23, 2011: US08002956

A stand-off for maintaining the separation between an electrode and an object during a flow-through electroplating process is disclosed. The stand-off comprises a substantially streamlined shape that mitigates the effects of shadowing during deposition.


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Christopher J Hanna, Timothy J O Connor: Intelligent medical image management system. Quarles & Brady, July 22, 2004: US20040141661-A1

An image management system connects to a health care enterprise intranet and receives images from medical imaging devices located throughout the enterprise. The image management system also receives images, patient information and administrative information from PAC, RIS and HIS systems. The images ...