||WO||WO/2013/119188 - USE OF RFID CHIPS AND QR CODES FOR MANAGING CLINICAL AND MEDICAL DATA IN DENTAL SURGERY||15.08.2013||
||PCT/TN2012/000002||ZAHAR, Maher||ZAHAR, Maher|
The input, recording, backup and use of data in the practice of dental surgery are very important elements in the practice of this discipline and related specialties. The invention of the present patent was designed in order to facilitate the backup and reuse of said data, is based on storage media, i.e. QR codes and/or RFID chips, and provides a dental record medium for the patient that can be accessed by any practitioner involved in the care of the patient. In addition, the patient does not need to carry radiological or biological test media during consultations. The invention of the present patent increases the scope of various dental surgery backups and has enabled the use of all forms of imaging, which are nowadays an essential element in the practice of medicine. The invention enables the real-time backup of treatments that have been carried out, thereby facilitating the financial management of treatment costs. Finally, given that the array of treatments used in dental surgery and the specialties of this discipline is continuously expanding, the invention of the present patent enables practitioners to gain direct access to reports that have been devised and actions that have been carried out. The invention of the present patent fully satisfies the requirements of the medical laws.
||WO||WO/2013/100866 - DEVICES FOR UNDERGROUND IRRIGATION AND INJECTION OF WATER IN THE SOIL, INCLUDING A SUITABLE WATER DOSING SYSTEM||04.07.2013||
||PCT/TN2012/000005||CHAHBANI TECHNOLOGIES SA (CHAHTECH)|
The invention relates to a device for underground irrigation and injection of water in the soil, known as a buried diffuser, including an integrated or separate water dosing apparatus. The first component of the invention is the diffuser formed by a cover (1.1.1), a grille (1.1.8) including small-meshed plastic netting having very fine plastic threads, and optionally a directional control valve (1.1.2). A porous layer is integrated into the millimetric space between the cover (1.1.1) and the directional control valve (1.1.2) or between the cover and the grille (1.1.8). The porous layer is formed by aggregate or any other porous material that facilitates the diffusion of the irrigation water in the underlying soil (1.3). The buried diffuser comprises three different models: the diffuser for the irrigation of vegetable crops or any other similar plants (aromatic, medicinal or ornamental) grown in fields or greenhouses; the tank-equipped diffuser for the irrigation of plants (aromatic, medicinal or ornamental) in pots; and the diffuser for the irrigation of tree crops (fruit, forest and ornamental). The second component of the invention is the irrigation water dosing apparatus that can be used to regulate the flow rate of irrigation water that can be effectively diffused by the diffuser. The dosing apparatus can take the form of an integrated apparatus or separate apparatus. The dosing apparatus is formed by a female element (1.2.10) and a male element (1.2.5). A rubber seal (1.2.9) and a porous element (1.2.8) are provided between the aforementioned two elements, said porous element being made from polyurethane or any other flexible, granular or rigid porous material. The dosing apparatuses can include a complementary element made from polyurethane or any other flexible, granular or rigid porous material, known as a filter (1.2.6). The filter is intended to filter the irrigation water in order to prevent the dosing apparatus from becoming clogged. In addition, different dosing apparatus models are provided: an integrated dosing apparatus for the tank-equipped diffuser for potted plants, an integrated dosing apparatus for the irrigation of vegetable crops, and a separate dosing apparatus for the irrigation of tree crops. The aforementioned dosing apparatuses can operate at low (0.05 bar) and very low (0.005 bar) irrigation water pressures and can supply low flow rates (10 millimetres over 24 hours). With the above-mentioned two components, the invention provides a considerable water saving, three times better than with drip irrigation, as well as reducing irrigation frequency (one irrigation per three irrigations with drip irrigation).
||WO||WO/2013/055299 - ALL-IN-ONE STATIONERY - ENVELOPE AND WRITING PAPER||18.04.2013||
||PCT/TN2012/000004||BEN MAHJOUB, Soufian||BEN MAHJOUB, Soufian|
The subject of the present invention is an all-in-one piece of stationery made up of an envelope (Zone B) and of writing paper (Zone A) on the same medium, which is intended for sending transactional or advertising postal correspondence. An envelope for posting is formed simply by folding along the lines (1), (2) and (3) and then by cross-folding along the line (4), the envelope being sealed by sticking down the edges (5), (6), (7) and (8). To make it easier to open the envelope and to detach the writing paper (Zone A) from the envelope part (Zone B), a continuous perforation along the line (9) is provided after the envelope has been sealed or, alternatively, by the juxtaposition of the perforations (11) with the complementary incisions (12). Zone B may be made up of two parts, the first intended to bear the address or any other personalized message during the printing operation (Zone B1), and a second that can remain neutral (Zone B2).
||WO||WO/2013/025180 - FULLERENE AND ITS USE TO MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH AND TO PROLONG THE EXPECTED LIFESPAN OF MAMMALS||21.02.2013||
||PCT/TN2012/000003||MOUSSA, Fathi||MOUSSA, Fathi|
A water-insoluble fullerene is at least partially dissolved in a biocompatible lipid carrier, especially a fat or an oil such as butter, olive oil, and liquid paraffin. When administered to mammals, the fullerene, most preferably fullerene dissolved in olive oil, scavenges free radicals and prolongs life span in rats.
||WO||WO/2013/025179 - THE STRUGGLE AGAINST DESERTIFICATION||21.02.2013||
||PCT/TN2011/000005||BEN ATTIA JOUINI, Mohamed||BEN ATTIA JOUINI, Mohamed|
This invention contains many methods that will change the earth into another earth and will be protect the areas threatened by the desertification and bareness. 1. Anti-desertification is an important issue and desertification is a catastrophe in many countries especially in the Arab countries. Lands should be fertilized. 2. Human stabilization is an obligation. 3. Desert areas could and should be transformed into water reservoirs 4. The invention allows for thousands of jobs and will counter exodus. 5. Crops will be guaranteed, including in draught years. Biological products can be obtained and exported. 6. Energy generation will find new resources in the invention. 7. The invention development will allow for the cancel or at least lightening of the costly desalination stations. In this case it's possible now, to struggle against desertification and the shortage of waters.
||WO||WO/2012/134409 - IMPROVED CAP FOR A BUBBLE TRAP||04.10.2012||
||PCT/TN2012/000001||BOU AKEZ, Naoufel||BOU AKEZ, Naoufel|
The invention relates to an element (12) for a bubble trap (4, 10) of an extracorporeal hemodialysis circuit (1). The element comprises: a body defining a space inside the element (12); an inner wall (14) separating the inner space of the element (12) into first (15) and second (16) compartments; a pressure port (62) which can be connected to a pressure sensor, in order to measure the pressure inside the bubble trap (4, 10); and a discharge opening (63) for discharging clots (C) located in the bubble trap (4, 10). According to the invention, the pressure port (62) opens into the first compartment (15) of the element (12), while the discharge opening (63) opens into the second compartment (16) of the element (12). In addition, the element (12) includes an air intake (66) which is provided in the partition (22) and which opens into the second compartment (16) of the element (12).
||WO||WO/2012/082083 - PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATION CONTAINING TETRAHYDROLIPSTATIN AS AN ACTIVE INGREDIENT||21.06.2012||
||PCT/TN2011/000006||LES LABORATOIRES MEDIS SA||BOUJBEL, Lassaâd|
The present invention relates to pharmaceutical formulation containing tetrahydrolipstatin as an active ingrédient. Composition of present pharmaceutical formulation includes powder mix of tetrahydrolipstatin, polyvinyl pyrrolidone-coated silica, and pharmaceutically acceptable ingrédients like a suitable filler and lubricant. The composition of present invention provides an easy way to oral formulations, for example tablets or hard gelatin capsules.
||WO||WO/2012/071022 - ELECTRICALLY OPERATED HYDROPNEUMATIC FLUSHING SYSTEM||31.05.2012||
||PCT/TN2011/000004||EL GUETITI, Anouar||EL GUETITI, Anouar|
Electrically operated hydropneumatic flushing device for a toilet. The invention relates to a hydropneumatic reservoir (1) the downward discharge of which is connected to a tee (3). To the bottom of the tee (3) will be connected an electrically-operated valve (4) allowing the water to be discharged under electrical control. The absence of direct contact of the user with the flushing system greatly reduces breakdowns caused by inept operation. A venturi device (10) will be connected to the line (7) supplying the reservoir (1) with water so as to allow air to be introduced into the reservoir (1) with the water. This will compensate for air losses in the reservoir (1) and allow some of the air to be discharged with the water into the toilet bowl (12). The device may extend to a communal sanitation installation. The installation will be made up of a single reservoir feeding a number of flushing systems. Each system will be fitted with an electrically operated valve (4) at its top.
||WO||WO/2012/057715 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TRANSFERRING CREDITS BETWEEN SUBSCRIBERS TO THE GSM MOBILE TELEPHONE BELONGING TO DIFFERENT OPERATORS||03.05.2012||
||PCT/TN2010/000007||BEN ABBES, Noureddine||BEN ABBES, Noureddine|
A system (01) for transferring communication credits between subscribers to the mobile telephony (02) comprising a minimum of two telecommunications operators (03), each of the operators offering a mobile telephony service (04) and managing subscribers affiliated to this service (05), each subscriber possessing a portable telephone (06) equipped with a SIM card issued by the operator (07) with which is associated a call number (08) and communicating with the mobile telephony network (09) and thus having an account, either Prepaid (10) or Postpaid (11). Certain telecommunications operators offer a system for transferring communication credits between their subscribers (12) by means of a known syntax command (13). A facilitator (14), who is a privileged subscriber (15) among a set of telecommunications operators to which he would like to offer a service for transferring communications credits between subscribers belonging to different operators from among these operators (16), where a first CESSIONARY subscriber (17) belonging to a first operator (18) performs a transfer of balance in favour of the facilitator on a KNOWN NUMBER of the facilitator at the common operator (19), then dispatches a communications message (20) including the call number of a second BENEFICIARY subscriber (21) belonging to another telecommunications operator (22), as well as the amount to be transferred (23), the facilitator, in response to the communications message (24), verifies that the requester has already dispatched a communications credit in his favour (25) in the case where the requester has already dispatched a credit thereto, the facilitator performs the transfer of this communications credit deducted from the fees for the service (26) from his telephone number at the operator common with the BENEFICIARY (27), then dispatches a communications message informing the CESSIONARY of the completion of the operation (28) and dispatches a communications message to the BENEFICIARY informing same of the transfer of the communications credit and of the number of the cessionary that dispatched (29) it thereto, in the event of failure of the operation, he dispatches a communications message informing the CESSIONARY of the failure of the operation and waits for the instructions (30) thereof, the facilitator when same receives a communications credit from a CESSIONARY, dispatches a communication message (30A) reminding the CESSIONARY of the amount received and requests same to indicate the number of the BENEFICIARY by responding to the communication message (30B) when the balance of the facilitator at one of the operators has run out, same purchases a new communications credit (31) when the balance of the facilitator at one of the operators exhibits an excess (32), and same sells this excess on the network for distributing the communications credits of this same operator or uses it in services of Mobilpay type (33).
||WO||WO/2012/039688 - SYSTEM FOR CONVERTING WIND ENERGY||29.03.2012||
||PCT/TN2010/000005||SAPHON ENERGY LTD||AOUINI, Anis, M.|
The invention consists of a system for converting wind energy (SCEE) into mechanical and then electrical energy. This system (SCEE) is not subject to the theoretical Betz limit (59%). The system (SCEE) has a wheel (F) equipped with a series of blades arranged all around it. The wheel (F) turns in a pivoting connection about a fixed axle (L). Set on the axle (L), a support (E) attaches the end plates of a series of double-acting actuating cylinders (D). The cylinder rods of the latter are in a ball jointed connection with the body (A), the purpose of this being to offer the latter a maximum degree of freedom in space. A rigid arm (C) is set on one side of the wheel (F) and held on the other side, in a pivoting connection, on a U‑shaped section piece (B). Having a circular satellite movement, the latter turns with the wheel (F) while at the same time sliding over a peripheral region of the body (A). When the wind blows against the body (A), the latter pivots with the section piece (B) and pushes on the cylinder rods of the actuating cylinders (D). Having a circular satellite movement, the section piece (B) turns, sliding over a peripheral region of the body (A), thus changing the fulcrum of the moment of the resultant force of the wind (the pivot connection of the section piece (B)) applied to the body (A). The cylinder rods of the actuating cylinders (D) will therefore be pulled and pushed, while at the same time having a cyclic translational movement. Set on the axle (L), and a nacelle (J) chiefly contains a hydraulic motor (H) and an electric generator (G), which can be coupled via a speed multiplier. During the reciprocating movements of the pistons of the actuating cylinders (D), a set of valves allows for a one-way flow of hydraulic fluid inside "out and back" hydraulic circuits either by pulling or pushing. The "out and back" hydraulic circuits are also connected to the hydraulic motor (H). To keep the system (SCEE) always facing into the wind and allow it to pivot on the mast (1), it can be orientated by a tail vane (K) which is fixed, via a support, to the nacelle (J).