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TitleDevice And Method For Providing A Lateralization Effect
 
Granted PatentUS 7677249
 
Granted Date2010-03-16
 
Priority Date2004-04-14 US 11/823585
2003-04-16 US 10/463186P
 
InventorsKong, James Kam Fu
Chien, Eric Ping
Luk, Keith Dip Kei
 
Issue Date2010
 
CitationUS Patent 7677249. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2010 [How to Cite?]
 
AbstractThe Present Invention Relates Generally To A Device And Method For Providing A Lateralization Effect Such As In A Medical Procedure. The Lateralization Device Can Have A Supporting Member, Which Can Be Adapted To Be Supported In A Fixed Position. A Lateralization Member Can Be Provided To At Least Partially Wrap Around The Supporting Member And Be Mounted Thereto To Provide A Lateralization Effect. The Lateralization Member Can Be Formed And/Or Adjusted To Provide A Variable Lateralization. For Example, The Lateralization Member Can Comprise A Cylindrical Member With An Eccentric Cut-Out Portion Adapted To Fit Over The Supporting Member. The Inter Wall Of The Cut-Out Portion And The Outer Wall Of The Supporting Member Can Be Formed With Interference Fittings So That The Lateralization Member Can Rotate In Relation To The Supporting Member To Provide A Variable Lateralization.
 
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dc.contributor.inventorKong, James Kam Fu
 
dc.contributor.inventorChien, Eric Ping
 
dc.contributor.inventorLuk, Keith Dip Kei
 
dc.date.accessioned2011-10-19T06:33:15Z
 
patents.date.application2004-04-14
 
dc.date.available2011-10-19T06:33:15Z
 
patents.date.granted2010-03-16
 
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patents.date.priority2004-04-14 US 11/823585
 
patents.date.priority2003-04-16 US 10/463186P
 
patents.date.publication2004-12-23
 
dc.description.abstractThe Present Invention Relates Generally To A Device And Method For Providing A Lateralization Effect Such As In A Medical Procedure. The Lateralization Device Can Have A Supporting Member, Which Can Be Adapted To Be Supported In A Fixed Position. A Lateralization Member Can Be Provided To At Least Partially Wrap Around The Supporting Member And Be Mounted Thereto To Provide A Lateralization Effect. The Lateralization Member Can Be Formed And/Or Adjusted To Provide A Variable Lateralization. For Example, The Lateralization Member Can Comprise A Cylindrical Member With An Eccentric Cut-Out Portion Adapted To Fit Over The Supporting Member. The Inter Wall Of The Cut-Out Portion And The Outer Wall Of The Supporting Member Can Be Formed With Interference Fittings So That The Lateralization Member Can Rotate In Relation To The Supporting Member To Provide A Variable Lateralization.
 
patents.description.assigneeUniv Hong Kong [Cn]
 
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patents.description.countryUnited States of America
 
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dc.description.naturepublished_or_final_version
 
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dc.identifier.citationUS Patent 7677249. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2010 [How to Cite?]
 
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dc.rightsCreative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License For Public Patent Documents
 
dc.titleDevice And Method For Providing A Lateralization Effect
 
dc.typePatent
 
patents.typePatent_granted
 
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