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Ronald S Demon: Shoe sole with an adjustable support pattern. Melvin L Howrey & Simon Barnes Jr, September 29, 1998: US05813142 (170 worldwide citation)

A shoe having a adjustable cushion sole with fluid bladders disposed therein. Each fluid bladders has an associated pressure sensing device which measures the pressure exerted by the user's foot on the fluid bladder. As the pressure increases over a threshold, a control system partially opens a flui ...


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Eric R Cosman: Telemetric differential pressure sensing method. Richard J Birch, June 10, 1980: US04206762 (126 worldwide citation)

A differential pressure sensing device is fully implanted in the body of a patient to monitor internal pressure such as intracranial pressure. A movable element in the sensor communicates with the internal pressure of the body to be measured on one side and the atmospheric pressure on the other, the ...


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Eric R Cosman: Telemetric differential pressure sensing system and method therefore. Richard J Birch, April 28, 1987: US04660568 (123 worldwide citation)

A differential pressure sensing device is fully implanted in the body of a patient to monitor internal pressure such as intracranial pressure. A movable element in the sensor communicates with the internal pressure of the body to be measured on one side and the atmospheric pressure on the other, the ...


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Eric R Cosman: Telemetric differential pressure sensor with the improvement of a conductive shorted loop tuning element and a resonant circuit. Richard J Birch, June 10, 1986: US04593703 (119 worldwide citation)

An improvement in design of an implantable telemetric differential pressure sensing device enabling thinner, more compact, and simplified construction for the device; increased pressure sensitivity and range of measurement; and a wider class of applications for such pressure sensing devices in diagn ...


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Rindner Wilhelm: Pressure sensing device. Device Research, Kent Esq Edgar H, August 27, 1974: US3831588 (115 worldwide citation)

A pressure sensor which produces an electric output proportional to pressure on it is housed in a chamber having a flexible membrane for transmitting external pressure to the sensor. Means are provided for varying the pressure in the chamber by known amounts thus enabling calibration of the pressure ...


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Eric R Cosman: Pressure-balanced telemetric pressure sensing system and method therefore. Richard J Birch, March 31, 1987: US04653508 (115 worldwide citation)

A differential pressure sensing device is fully implanted in the body of a patient to monitor internal pressure such as intracranial pressure. A movable element in the sensor communicates on one side with the internal pressure to be measured and on the other side with an external pressure which is a ...


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Stuart I Yaniger: Multipurpose keyboard using digitizer pad featuring spatial minimization of a pressure contact area and method of making same. Interlink Electronics Incorporated, Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn Berliner Carson & Wurst, October 1, 1991: US05053585 (113 worldwide citation)

A multipurpose keyboard incorporating an electronic pressure sensing device, a digitizer pad featuring spatial minimization of a pressure contact area capable of locating the leading and trailing edges of the pressure contact area is described. A processor coupled to the electronic pressure sensing ...


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Derek Gilboe: Direct resistance measurement corrosion probe. Prodont, Bennett Jones, April 25, 2006: US07034553 (98 worldwide citation)

A direct resistance measurement probe for measuring corrosion levels and material loss. The probe includes a hollow body having a resistive element at one end that is exposed to the environment. The probe can have an internal or external power source that is electrically connected to the resistive e ...


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Eric R Cosman: Telemetric differential pressure sensor with the improvement of a conductive shorted loop tuning element and a resonant circuit. Richard J Birch, May 31, 1983: US04385636 (90 worldwide citation)

An improvement in design of an implantable telemetric differential pressure sensing device enabling thinner, more compact, and simplified construction for the device; increased pressure sensitivity and range of measurement; and a wider class of applications for such pressure sensing devices in diagn ...


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Gerald R Severson: Intracranial pressure sensing device. Motorola, Harry M Weiss, Kenneth R Stevens, March 16, 1976: US03943915 (85 worldwide citation)

A fluid pressure sensor for use internal to the human body including a completely ceramic sectioned outer shell having an opening therein for allowing fluid access to a thin metal diaphragm member. The thin metal diaphragm member is disposed between the sectioned outer shell by diffusion bonding in ...