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Scopes that caused UCLA superbug deaths linked to past outbreaks
The Verge
The same type of scope ? which is used to view the gastrointestinal tract for diseases of the bile duct, pancreas, and liver, and is called a duodenoscope ? was implicated in an outbreak that infected patients at two hospitals in Florida in 2008 and ...

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Can a Stock-Trader-Turned-Convict Start a New Life?
New York Times
After graduating, Sakhawat started inventing, eventually gathering some 30 semiconductor patents to his name. Roomy, who .... Since moving to Florida, she has channeled her energies into raising her only child, her adopted daughter, Priyanka. ?I have ...

Company seeking U.S. ban on iPhone, iPad imports
NBC2 News
Up until last month, Apple had been paying Ericsson patent licensing fees in exchange for using its critical cell phone technology. Ericsson's patents cover crucial cell phone functions, including making and receiving calls, GPS location and some ...

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LGTmedical issued U.S. patent for Kenek Core audio waveform technology
... Melker, Chief Technology Officer of Xhale, Inc., Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology at the University of Florida, and holder of over 50 issued U.S. and numerous foreign patents including several for emergency medical devices in use throughout the ...

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