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Martha S Monti, Gilbert L Monti: Support pillow. Harry M Weiss & Associates, October 21, 1986: US04617691 (92 worldwide citation)

A generally rectangular or other suitably shaped support pillow adapted to be removably secured around a users neck. A single elongated wedge-shaped pillow segment is provided with fasteners for joining one end to the other. The wedge shape gives increased lateral support to the users neck and head. ...


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De Laittre deceased Earle W, Timberg executor William P: Therapeutic pillow. Hansen Conrad A, August 20, 1974: US3829917 (82 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic pillow for head and neck support of a user in a horizontal resting position on a supporting surface wherein a homogeneous, integral, generally elongate pad of resilient foam rubberlike material includes a pair of user supporting lobes on an upper face thereof, the lobes being separated ...


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Philip A Kantor: Head and neck support cushions. August 24, 1982: US04345347 (81 worldwide citation)

A cushion designed to support the head and neck while the user is seated in a high-backed chair, passenger seat or hospital bed. The contour of the back of an average individual's head and neck is formed into the cushion, which is embodied in a medium firm enough to be the object of such forming and ...


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Carol L Camelio: Adjustable headrest. Lahive & Cockfield, April 19, 1988: US04738488 (64 worldwide citation)

An adjustable headrest which can serve both as a headrest for fastening to the back of a chair or automobile seat or, in a folded over position as an adjustable neck and headrest. The headrest has an elongated tab with a fastner to hang the adjustable headrest from the back of a seat or, in the alte ...


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Macarena M Rose, Erin L Koogle: Inclined support pillow. Thomas Frost, September 25, 2001: US06292964 (62 worldwide citation)

An inclined support pillow includes a foam wedge and a resilient foam section substantially of the same length and width as a top surface of the foam wedge, with the bottom surface of the foam section attached to the top surface of the foam wedge. A covering of fabric or cloth is dimensioned for sec ...


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Thomas Stenzel, Michael Klaesener, Klaus Maier: Neck support for a chair. Sedus Stoll, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, February 22, 2005: US06857704 (61 worldwide citation)

In a neck support for a chair, a head cushion is articulated, via an articulation bearing, on a guide sleeve displaced on a retaining bar, articulated on the top edge of a backrest via a further articulation bearing, the retaining bar and the guide sleeve being of rectilinear design, this resulting ...


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James A Harper: Adjustable pillow with neck support. Herbert L Bello, May 16, 1989: US04829614 (57 worldwide citation)

An adjustable pillow with adjustable neck support having a main portion and a neck support portion. A plurality of separately inflatable members positioned in chambers that are surrounded and separated by cushioning material. One of the chambers formed in the neck support portion and the other chamb ...


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Ralph H Stas, Siegfried Maisenhalder: Head rest and neck support assembly. Ralph Stas, Blum Kaplan, April 28, 1992: US05108150 (55 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved head rest and neck support assembly for seating furniture. The assembly contains an elongated support bar which is mounted horizontally to the seating furniture behind the neck of a prospective user. One end of the support bar has a pivoting carrying elem ...


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Richard L Kendrick: Spinal restraint device. Charles C Logan II, July 8, 1980: US04211218 (54 worldwide citation)

A spinal restraint device in the form of a body member having a head support portion, a neck support portion, and a back support portion. The back support portion and the neck support portion have a body wrap-around arm portion extending laterally from each of its sides. The body member has a front ...