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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Price: Bird decoy. VanOphem & VanOphem PC, May 10, 2011: US07937881 (3 worldwide citation)

A decoy, typically used for hunting fowl, having a hollow body including a head, a tail and a pair of feet. The decoy includes a pair of wings mounted to the body of the decoy for multi-axis movement. A drive mechanism typically including an electric motor and a power source is positioned within the ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Price: Bird decoy. Van Ophem & Vanophem PC, Remy J Vanophem PC, October 1, 2009: US20090241401-A1

A decoy, typically used for hunting fowl, having a hollow body including a head, a tail and a pair of feet. The decoy includes a pair of wings mounted to the body of the decoy for multi-axis movement. A drive mechanism typically including an electric motor and a power source is positioned within the ...


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Emil E Capozzi, H Stephen Cooksten: Biological syringe system. Hemaedics, Daniel L Dawes, May 26, 1992: US05116315 (193 worldwide citation)

A biological syringe system for delivering a first and second fluid in a mixed composition comprising a manifold. The manifold has first and second component channels therethrough and first and second input connections respectively communicating with the first and second component channels. The firs ...


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Jean M Bonaldo: Catheter inserter. Safetyject, Robert R Thornton, April 17, 1990: US04917669 (171 worldwide citation)

A catheter inserter has an inserter housing with a flat base and a cannula housing disposed within the inserter housing with a cannula extending generally parallel to the inserter housing longitudinal axis. Stop means are disposed at each end of the inserter housing. locking means on the cannula hou ...


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Hiroshi Mifune, Satoshi Saitoh, Teruo Kaneda, Shigetaka Tomokiyo, Tsugio Adachi, Tsutomu Tanaka, Toshiharu Furudate: Intellectual working robot of self controlling and running. Tomokiyo White Ant, Rosen Dainow & Jacobs, November 14, 1995: US05465525 (165 worldwide citation)

A robot system for exterminating termites living in wood structural members under the floor of an architectural structure. The robot system comprises a robot including an onboard computer which is electrically connected through radio communication with a host computer located outside the robot. The ...


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Stewart M Kume, Trac Le, Roger N Hastings: Intravascular balloon catheter for use in combination with an angioscope. Scimed Life Systems, Robert E Atkinson, May 2, 1995: US05411016 (159 worldwide citation)

A balloon dilatation catheter is disclosed which incorporates an elongate shaft which is at least partially optically transparent. The shaft includes an inflation lumen and a guide wire lumen extending therethrough in addition to an inflatable balloon connected to its distal end. The inflatable ball ...


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Harvinder Sahota: Balloon catheters. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 25, 1992: US05090958 (150 worldwide citation)

Dilatation catheters for use in administering treatments to relieve stenotic regions within a body lumen are described. In one aspect of the invention, a two wire catheter system, of minimal diameter for treating distal arteries is disclosed. In addition, a number of various dilatation balloon confi ...


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Ronald A Coffee, Peter C Bennett, Leonard E Houghton, Graham C Johnson: Fluid container. Imperial Chemical, Cushman Darby & Cushman, April 8, 1986: US04580721 (123 worldwide citation)

A container having attached to it at least one memory device carrying information relating to the intended contents of the container; the device being operably connectable to apparatus responsive to information communicated from the memory device whereby an operation actively involving the contents ...


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Christer Persson: Windowed vein catheter dressing. Procter & Gamble Hygien Aktiebolag, Young & Thompson, January 10, 1995: US05380294 (117 worldwide citation)

A vein catheter dressing comprising a supporting foil (1), an adhesive layer (2) on one side of the foil, a liquid-absorbent pad (3) placed centrally on the adhesive layer, the pad being considerably smaller than the supporting foil (1) and being preferably placed within or substantially within one- ...


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Robert B Odell, Sandor Szabo, James A Burns: Manually pivoted barrier assembly for piercing element. Becton Dickinson and Company, Vincent A Castiglione, September 2, 1997: US05662617 (102 worldwide citation)

A protective barrier assembly for shielding a piercing element such as a pointed needle cannula or blunt ended cannula during or after use of a medical implement. The piercing element includes a longitudinal axis, a length, a distal end which may be pointed or blunt, a proximal end and a passageway ...



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