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Louis E Halperin, Keith A Miesel, Keith A Ufford, James R Svensk, Timothy Patrick, Beth A Hassler, Anthony J Varrichio: Implantable capacitive absolute pressure and temperature sensor. Medtronic, October 15, 1996: US05564434 (333 worldwide citation)

An endocardial lead for implantation in a right heart chamber for responding to blood pressure and temperature and providing modulated pressure and temperature related signals to an implanted or external hemodynamic monitor and/or cardiac pacemaker or pacemaker/cardioverter/defibrillator. The lead h ...


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Christopher Allen Nafis, Timothy Patrick Kelliher, William Edward Lorensen, Harvey Ellis Cline, David Egidio Altobelli, Ron Kikinis, Robert David Darrow, Charles Lucian Dumoulin: Computer graphic and live video system for enhancing visualization of body structures during surgery. General Electric Company, Lawrence P Zale, Marvin Snyder, April 21, 1998: US05740802 (267 worldwide citation)

An interactive surgery planning and display system mixes live video of external surfaces of the patient with interactive computer generated models of internal anatomy obtained from medical diagnostic imaging data of the patient. The computer images and the live video are coordinated and displayed to ...


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Timothy Patrick Lovell: Acetabular alignment apparatus and method. Howmedica Osteonics, Arthur Jacob, May 28, 2002: US06395005 (179 worldwide citation)

An acetabular alignment method and apparatus utilize natural landmarks available on a pelvis to guide the alignment of an acetabular device in connection with the implant of a prosthetic hip joint at an implant site in the pelvis. The acetabular device is engaged with a positioning shaft having a lo ...


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Steven T Mayer, Timothy Patrick Cleary, Michael John Janicki, Edmund B Minshall, Thomas A Ponnuswamy: Electrochemical treatment of integrated circuit substrates using concentric anodes and variable field shaping elements. Novellus Systems, Patton Boggs, June 29, 2004: US06755954 (89 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for electrochemical treatment of a substrate, in particular for electroplating an integrated circuit wafer. An apparatus preferably includes dynamically operable concentric anodes and dielectric shields in an electrochemical bath. Preferably, the bath height of an electrochemical bath, ...


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Timothy Patrick, Richard D Sandstrom, Keith A Ufford: Implantable medical lead with electrical cross-over adaptor. Medtronic, Reed A Duthler, Harold R Patton, June 29, 1993: US05222506 (47 worldwide citation)

A cross-over adaptor for reversing the electrical connection of outer and inner coaxial coiled wire conductors is provided in the body of a pacing lead having a physiologic sensor incorporated therein so that the lead may be employed advantageously for conventional pacing functions with or without p ...


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Timothy Patrick Kelliher, Jens Rittscher, Peter Henry Tu, Kevin Chean, Harold Woodruff Tomlinson: Surveillance systems and methods. General Electric Company, Fletcher Yoder, May 23, 2006: US07049965 (38 worldwide citation)

Surveillance systems and methods having both a radio frequency component and a video image are provided. The radio frequency component can determine the orientation and position of an RFID tag within a surveillance area. The orientation of the RFID tag is can be determined with respect to two or mor ...


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Darren Scott Keene, Timothy Patrick Newton, Daniel Tsu Fang Wang, David Dolan, Kiyoshi Imai, Katsuaki Yoshida, Svend Christensen, Finn Thrige Andersen, Ture Kindt Larsen, Kaj Bjerre, Junichi Fukuchi, David Byram, Gary Hall: Automated method and apparatus for hydrating soft contact lenses. Johnson & Johnson Vision Products, November 17, 1998: US05836323 (38 worldwide citation)

An automated means for hydrating a molded hydrophilic contact lens is provided in which a first robotic assembly removes a plurality of contact lens molds from a production line carrier, each of the lens molds having a contact lens adhered therein. The first robotic assembly transports the molds to ...