Abstract: A medical sequential syringe apparatus has two or more fluids of predetermined volume dispensed therefrom. The apparatus includes a tubular cartridge containing fluid is sealed at one end by a membrane with a hollow tubular spike mounted at one end of the body facing inwardly into the tubular body. A plunger mounted within the tubular body moves the cartridge toward the spike to puncture the membrane and allow the fluid to flow from the cartridge through the hollow of the spike out of the tubular body.
June 21, 2002
Date of Patent:
September 20, 2005
Edward L. Koenig, Ronald C. DeSimoni, Jeffrey S. Mortimer, Martin T. Mortimer
Abstract: A system and method of ordering components over the Internet. A website owner would provide websites for one or more wholesalers including a home page for each of the wholesalers on the Internet as well as various cascading website pages. A customer would be able to determine whether a particular component was in stock utilizing the webpage of a particular dealer and would have the ability to order that component from that wholesaler. The customer can request a blind shipment which conceals the fact that the product came from the wholesaler's inventory and not the customer's inventory. Additionally, one or more graphical representations would be provided illustrating the customer's participation in a bonus discount program. More specifically, a bar graph would be used to show the user's participation. When an order is in place, the height of the bar graph would increase until it reaches a particular target value.
Abstract: A method and system for incorporating textual and audio material into a JPEG file in a manner allowing both a photograph and the textual material to be stored as one unit and transferred as one unit. The textual materials stored in various photograph tag markers which become part of the JPEG file. The JPEG file including the textual material can be transferred to an authorized user who could edit the file based upon password security. The textual materials can appear around any of the borders of the photographs or can be directly embedded into the photograph.
October 2, 2002
Date of Patent:
May 3, 2005
C3 Development, LLC
Harry Fox, Jacob Benjamin, Ronnie Wulfson