||WO||WO/2014/085736 - DEVICES AND METHODS FOR PROMOTING FEMALE SEXUAL WELLNESS||05.06.2014||
||PCT/US2013/072450||EXPLORAMED NC6, INC.||MAKOWER, Joshua|
Devices, systems, and methods for promoting female sexual wellness and function. The devices, systems, and methods encourage clitoral engorgement using suction over the clitoris combined with vibratory stimulation
||WO||WO/2013/083878 - A GUIDING DEVICE AND AN ARRANGEMENT FOR FORMING A GROOVE||13.06.2013||
||PCT/FI2012/051216||PICOTE OY LTD||LOKKINEN, Mika|
The invention discloses a guiding device for guiding a tool. The guiding device is arranged to guide the tool for forming in a structure one or more grooves to receive a wet sealant. Additionally is disclosed an arrangement for forming a groove in a structure, and use of the guiding device and the arrangement for forming a groove in a structure.
||WO||WO/2013/077804 - ADVERTISEMENT DELIVERY METHOD||30.05.2013||
||PCT/SE2012/051296||VIVALECT AB||LUNDIN, Philip|
It is provided a method for distributing a multimedia message to a user having an electronic communication device comprising a packet based communication application stored thereon, the method comprising initiating a communication between the user and a recipient using the packet based communication application, determining the availability of a multimedia message stored locally on a the electronic communication device, providing the locally stored multimedia message to the user, connecting the user to the recipient for allowing a communication between the user and the recipient when the multimedia message has been provided to the user, requesting an updated multimedia message based on a profile of the user, and storing the updated multimedia message locally on the electronic communication device.
||WO||WO/2013/062869 - TRACKABLE BIOPSY NEEDLE||02.05.2013||
||PCT/US2012/061086||MEDTRONIC NAVIGATION, INC.||BURG, Bruce M.|
A trackable biopsy needle assembly including an inner tube of an outer cannula, an inner dielectric layer, a first coil, a second coil, a third coil, an outer dielectric layer, and an outer tube of the outer cannula. The inner tube defines a bore. The inner dielectric layer is secured onto an outer surface of the inner tube. The first, second, and third coils are wound over the inner dielectric layer. The outer dielectric layer is secured onto the first coil, the second coil, and the third coil. The outer tube is fastened to the outer dielectric layer.
||WO||WO/2013/059630 - METHODS FOR TREATING HCV COMPRISING AT LEAST TWO DIRECT ACTING ANTIVIRAL AGENT, RIBAVIRIN BUT NOT INTERFERON.||25.04.2013||
||PCT/US2012/061075||ABBVIE INC.||BERNSTEIN, Barry M.|
The present invention features interferon-free therapies for the treatment of HCV. Preferably, the treatment is over a shorter duration, such as no more than 12 weeks. In one aspect, the therapies comprise administering at least two direct acting antiviral agents and ribavirin to a subject with HCV infection. For example, the therapies comprise administering to the subject effective amounts of therapeutic agent 1, therapeutic agent 2 (or therapeutic agent 3), an inhibitor of cytochrome P450 (e.g., ritonavir), and ribavirin.
||WO||WO/2013/053975 - MAINTENANCE OF WORK MACHINES||18.04.2013||
||PCT/FI2011/050873||SANDVIK MINING AND CONSTRUCTION OY||VIITALA, Janne|
The invention relates to maintenance of work machines. Configurations may be used for defining indicators to be displayed and machine signals to be connected to the indicators. A functional diagnosis may be enabled by showing signals related to a single function of the machine with the help of directional indicators showing the interconnections between elements. The configurations may be created by a user and loaded to the maintenance system upon need.
||WO||WO/2013/055275 - FEMALE DOCKING DEVICE||18.04.2013||
||PCT/SE2012/000156||OLSSON, Jörgen et al.||OLSSON, Jörgen et al.|
The present invention relates to a female docking device (1) that is adapted to receive a male element (ME), the docking device (1) having a recess (9) adapted to receive a nose portion (NP) of the male element (ME). The invention also relates to a system for docking a male element in a female docking device. It is significant for the present invention that the female docking device (1) comprises a casing (3) and a guiding unit (6) located inside the casing (3), and that the guiding unit (6) is pivotal relative to the casing (3) in a horizontal plane.
||WO||WO/2013/053978 - A METHOD, SYSTEM AND A DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING A WORK MACHINE||18.04.2013||
||PCT/FI2011/050876||SANDVIK MINING AND CONSTRUCTION OY||VIITALA, Janne|
The invention relates to a method for controlling a work machine. The method comprises examining of at least one element of the work machine to detect if there is a fault in the at least one element. If a fault has been detected, an alarm indication is set on. When the alarm indication is set on, the method further comprises setting the alarm indication to an active state when the fault in the at least one element has been detected, or to a passive state, when the fault of the at least one element has disappeared. The invention also relates to a system and a device in which the method is implemented.
||WO||WO/2013/054141 - TRANSMISSION||18.04.2013||
||PCT/GB2012/052551||ABU AL RUBB, Khalil||ABU AL RUBB, Khalil|
A transmission comprising a plurality of concentric tori, each tori having means for engaging with an adjacent tori, the engaging means being actuated by the pressure of a pressurised fluid to thereby increase or decrease a gearing of gears attached to the transmission. A method of gearing is also provided.
||WO||WO/2013/049369 - MODULAR HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY||04.04.2013||
||PCT/US2012/057595||TRUCK-LITE CO., LLC||MICHAEL, Marley|
A modular headlamp assembly includes a low beam headlamp module, a high beam headlamp module, and front turn/parking lamp module. The low beam headlamp module and the high beam headlamp module are supported by a reflector carrier. Each of the high and low beam headlamp modules includes a heat sink and mounting assembly with a heat sink portion bisecting a reflector member. The reflector carrier is adjustably fastened to a housing to allow for adjustment of the high and low beam headlamp modules within the modular headlamp assembly.