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Bo A V ANG str om: Flow control method for short message service - busy subscriber. Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, November 26, 1996: US05579372 (292 worldwide citation)

A flow control system and method in a global system for mobile communication (GSM) mobile telephone system for short message service (SMS). The SMS enables short text messages to be sent to and from mobile stations. The system and method is directed to a control for a service for messages sent to MS ...


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Kelman Charles: Surgical handpiece and flow control system for use therewith. Cavitron Corporation, September 26, 1972: US3693613 (268 worldwide citation)

A flow control system is used in conjunction with a surgical handpiece for the removal of unwanted material in a very small enclosed operative site in which it is very critical to maintain a pressure within a certain range, such as in the surgical operation of the removal of a cataract lens from the ...


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Paul Millman, David Bailey, Dean Hoornaert, David Stephen Mintz, David Q Larkin: Robotic surgical instruments with a fluid flow control system for irrigation, aspiration, and blowing. Intuitive Surgical Operations, August 14, 2012: US08241271 (259 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment of the invention, a robotic surgical instrument is provided for the control of flows of one or more fluids into and out of a surgical site. The robotic surgical instrument may include a housing, a flow control system, a hollow tube, and one or more hose fittings. The housing to cou ...


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Dean L Kamen: Flow control system using boyles law. Bruce D Sunstein, Kay H Pierce, Paul C Flattery, October 18, 1988: US04778451 (235 worldwide citation)

A dispensing arrangement in a fluid line that isolates a region of fluid in the line from pressure effects in the line outside the region. A housing of measuring fluid surrounds the region so that changes in the measurement fluid pressure cause changes in the pressure of the original fluid in the re ...


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Dean L Kamen: Enhanced pressure measurement flow control system. Bromberg & Sunstein, December 11, 1990: US04976162 (223 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring flow of fluid through a line. A portion of the fluid in the line is isolated in a rigid container so that the fluid in the container is not affected by pressure in the rest of the line. An apparatus is provided for measuring that portion of the container that is not occupied b ...


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Dean L Kamen: Pressure-measurement flow control system. Bromberg Sunstein & Casselman, February 28, 1989: US04808161 (222 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for controlling flow of a first fluid through a line. Dispensing means isolates a region of the first fluid in the line from effects of pressure in the line outside of the region and repetitively dispenses into and out of the region volume increments of first fluid. Measurement ...


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Dean L Kamen: Enhanced pressure measurement flow control system. Bruce D Sunstein, Mary R Jankousky, Paul C Flattery, May 2, 1989: US04826482 (212 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system for measuring flow of a fluid through a line. In the system, a region of fluid along the line is isolated from pressure effects outside of the region. A source region contains a measurement gas in communication with the isolated region, such that the source me ...


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Joseph C McMenamin: Vapor mass flow control system. J C Schumacher Co, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 13, 1984: US04436674 (187 worldwide citation)

In a system for delivering vapor from a container partially filled with liquid to be vaporized by bubbling a carrier gas therethrough, the flow of the vapor is precisely regulated by a controller so as to provide a uniform mass flow rate of vapor. The controller is programmed to receive signals repr ...


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Dean L Kamen, Joseph B Seale, Joseph Briggs, Finn Arnold: Flow control system with volume-measuring system using a resonatable mass. DEKA Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, November 19, 1996: US05575310 (173 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the flow of fluid through a line 3. The system may include first and second valves (A, B; and 6, 7) in the line 3 between is located a chamber (52, 82), part of which may be filled with fluid having a variable volume (52), and another part is filled with a measurement gas (V ...


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Larry B Gray, Philip Houle, William T Larkins: Cassette for intravenous-line flow-control system. DEKA Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, December 26, 2000: US06165154 (168 worldwide citation)

A cassette for controlling the flow of IV fluid from a patient to a source. The cassette preferably includes, along the fluid passage through the cassette, first and second membrane-based valves (6, 7) on either side of a pressure-conduction chamber (50), and a stopcock-type valve (20). The stopcock ...