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Christian E Schulz, Ammar Al Ali, Eugene E Mason, Mike A Mills: Shielded optical probe having an electrical connector. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 1, 2003: US06541756 (578 worldwide citation)

The invention is a noninvasive optical probe having an electrical connector for connecting the optical probe to a cable connector. According to one embodiment, the electrical connector includes a durable flexible tab suspended between the housing of the optical probe and a protective cover. The elec ...


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Harry Gonzalez Jr: Bandage apparatus for treating burns. Boniard I Brown, February 13, 1979: US04139004 (527 worldwide citation)

A bandage apparatus for the treatment of burns, said bandage having various sizes and shapes for direct contact with any particular area of the human body so affected, the bandage being provided to promote rapid healing, and to reduce pain and the possibility of infection associated therewith, where ...


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Christian E Schulz, Ammar Al Ali, Eugene E Mason, Mike A Mills: Shielded optical probe having an electrical connector. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 7, 2006: US07132641 (466 worldwide citation)

A noninvasive optical probe has an electrical connector for connecting the optical probe to a cable connector. According to one embodiment, the electrical connector includes a durable flexible tab suspended between the housing of the optical probe and a protective cover. The electrical connector als ...


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Joseph Gross, John Gerard Kelly: Intradermal drug delivery device. Elan Corporation, Kathleen L Maher, December 7, 1999: US05997501 (390 worldwide citation)

An intradermal drug delivery device comprises a housing (301a, 301b) having a drug reservoir (312) therewithin and a gas generation chamber (313) separated from the reservoir (312) by a displaceable membrane (311). A microprocessor-controlled electrolytic cell (316a, 316b, 319) provides gas to expan ...


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Kuo Chen Tzeng: Portable electronic device protective cover. Rosenberg Klein & Lee, October 29, 2002: US06471056 (228 worldwide citation)

A portable electronic device protective cover includes a loop-like plastic peripheral strip fitting the periphery of the electronic device to be protected, the loop-like peripheral strip having an insertion slot through which the electronic device to be protected is inserted into the inside of the p ...


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Luis A Figarella, David A Imrie, Harry McKinley, Howard Stern, Jon E Van Tassell: Optical focusing device and method. Robotic Vision Systems, August 8, 2000: US06098887 (209 worldwide citation)

A hand held, omnidirectional symbology or bar code reader for imaging linear and two dimensional (matrix, maxi-code) bar codes over relatively long working distances. The reader includes an imaging system including a focusing objective taking lens and a two-dimensional photodetector that operate to ...


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Thomas E Dudar, Brian D Zdeb: Drug delivery cartridge with protective cover. Baxter International, Paul E Schaafsma, Bradford R L Price, Paul Flattery, July 25, 1989: US04850978 (197 worldwide citation)

A cartridge 444, 644, 744 is adapted for mounting upon a receptacle 442, 642 in a parenterial fluid administration set 420 for delivering a drug or other beneficial agent to a patient. The cartridge 444, 644, 744 includes a beneficial agent-containing chamber 606 slidable from a first, pre-use posit ...


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Kenneth A Peterson, Robert D Watson: Single level microelectronic device package with an integral window. Sandia Corporation, Robert D Watson, December 9, 2003: US06661084 (171 worldwide citation)

A package with an integral window for housing a microelectronic device. The integral window is bonded directly to the package without having a separate layer of adhesive material disposed in-between the window and the package. The device can be a semiconductor chip, CCD chip, CMOS chip, VCSEL chip, ...


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Marty A Barris, Richard L Zelinka: Multi-layered microfiltration medium. Donaldson Company, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, March 17, 1987: US04650506 (161 worldwide citation)

A multilayered microfiltration medium exhibiting high particle capture efficiency and minimal flow restriction having a base substrate layer, a fine fiber filtration or efficiency layer deposited on and adhered to the substrate layer and a nonhandleable, non-self-supporting protective cover layer wh ...


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Gary J O Hara, David B Phillips, Kishan G Hingorani: Disposable speculum with membrane bonding ring. Intelligent Medical Systems, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, January 19, 1993: US05179936 (161 worldwide citation)

A sanitary protective cover or sheath for the ear canal probe of a tympanic thermometer. The speculum has a generally tubular body portion and an infrared transparent membrane attached to and sealing the forward end of the body portion. While the tubular body portion is being injection molded of pla ...