Cleaning device for cleaning ducts and pipes

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The Yoen Hung patent solves the following problem:

While they may be hidden from sight for many of their working lives, ducts and duct-like structures to pay an important role in daily life. A house usually kitted with what is often referred to central air, which was artificially cooled or warmed air is directed through dedicated ductwork in various rooms around the house. Time ductwork can be lined with dust and dirt from daily use. No cleaning, sewage ducts can lead to health issues for homeowners and tenants, and to offer hidden dangers for children and adults, for example, lung disorders. Individuals with weakened immune systems or immune disorders, including asthmatic children and adults, may face unexpected health risks are not regularly cleaning the ductwork.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Yoen Hung’s patent US 7269874 B2 deals with Cleaning device for cleaning ducts and pipes.
A cleaning device 100 for cleaning a generally elongated duct or pipe, including: a housing 120 with a front end 124 and a back end 126; an inner-drum 300 with a front end 340, a back end 360, a sidewall 380, and a side of the inner face 400, in-drum 300 located in housing 120; a drive shaft 320 protruding from the back end 360 and by the back end 126; a drive member 140 attachable to the drive shaft 320; a cable 180 abutting against the inner surface 400 of the inner drum 300, where the cable 180 have opposite proximal 200 and distal 220 ends, which during normal operation of the distal end 220 comes before the end of 340 and by front end 124; and a cleaning member 240, wherein the purification of the 240 members are attachable to the distal end 220.

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Full-length human cDNAs encoding potentially secreted proteins

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The Serono Genetics Institute S.A. patent solves the following problem:

The estimated 50,000100,000 genes scattered along the human chromosome to offer great promise for understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of human diseases. In addition, probes capable of specifically hybridizing to loci distributed throughout the human genome find applications in the construction of high resolution chromosome maps and to identify the man.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Serono Genetics Institute S.A.’s patent US 7271243 B2 deals with Full-length human cDNAs encoding potentially secreted proteins.
genset invention related polynucleotides and polypeptides. The genset products can be used as reagents in forensic analyzes, as chromosome markers, as tissue / cell / organelle-specific markers, the expression vector production. Moreover, they are used in screening and diagnostic assays for abnormal genset expression and / or biological activity and for screening compounds that can be used to treat genset-related diseases.

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Implantable cardiac device with selectable tiered sleep apnea therapies and method

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The Pacesetter, Inc. patent solves the following problem:

Implantable cardiac devices are well known in the art. They may take the form of an Implantable defibrillator (ICD) to treat heart rhythm accelerated as fibrillation, or an Implantable pacemaker to keep the heart rate up to a prescribed limit, in, for example, to treat a bradycardia. Implantable cardiac devices are also known to include both a pacemaker and a defibrillator.

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Pacesetter, Inc.’s patent US 7269459 B1 deals with Implantable cardiac device with selectable tiered sleep apnea therapies and method.
An Implantable cardiac stimulation device to treat apnea by phrenic nerve stimulation pulses or heart stimulation pulses. The device includes an apnea detector that detects apnea in some patients, a blood oxygen saturation monitor that measures a blood oxygen saturation levels in patients responsive to detection of apnea, and a tiered therapy circuit giving phrenic nerve stimulation pulses when the measured blood oxygen saturation levels within a first range of heart stimulation pulses when the measured blood oxygen saturation levels within a second range. The heart stimulation pulses are best given to a DAO walking mode.

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Bariatric sleeve

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The Gi Dynamics, Inc. patent solves the following problem:

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), more than sixty percent of the population in the United States are overweight, and almost twenty percent of the obese. This translated into 38.8 million adults in the United States with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or over. The BMI is defined as weight of a man (in kilograms) divided by height (in meters), play. To be considered clinically, morbidly obese, one must meet one of three criteria: BMI lbs 35.100. Overweight or 100% above ideal weight of the body. There is also a category for the super-obese for those weighing over 350 lbs.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Gi Dynamics, Inc.’s patent US 7267694 B2 deals with Bariatric sleeve.
Methods and apparatus for limiting absorption of food products to certain parts of the digestive system was presented. A stomach implant device anchored in the stomach and extends beyond the ligament of Treitz. All meat pierced belly funneled through the device. The belly device includes an anchor for the foundation of the devices in the stomach and a flexible arm to limit absorption of nutrients in the duodenum. anchor is collapsible for endoscopic delivery and removal.

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