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Content posted in June 1997
Sensing circuit sets up communications
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6/23/1997  Post a comment
Numeric display automatically determines transmission characteristics to ease installation
Coupling simplifies conncetion of hydraulic lines
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Eliminates the need for farm tractor operators to de-pressurize and re-pressurize the system before connecting hydraulic lines
Pump replaces chain in bicycle drive
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6/23/1997  1 comment
Pedal power circulates fluid to rotate wheel
Modular design enhances air-powered pump's flexibility
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Pump delivers fluid at pressures ranging from 0 to 33,000 psi
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Atrial defibrillator tackles matter of the heart
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Innovations in cardiac sensing, shock delivery, and high-speed telemetry highlight the first implantable atrial defibrillator
Control system matches prosthesis to patient
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One microcomputer monitors motor skills; another allows wireless reprogramming




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