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Medical cabinet with adjustable drawers

InactiveUS6788997B1Carry-out particularly rapidly and efficientlyEfficient restockingDrug and medicationsAnti-theft devicesData terminalPharmacy medicine
The system for monitoring and dispensing medical items which are dispensed for administration to patients includes a data terminal (76, 338) which is connected through a network (82, 328) to at least one remote computer (84, 324) having a processor and a data store. The system also includes a reading device (348) which is connected to the network. A user of the data terminal or the reading device is enabled to select a patient for whom medical items will be used, and responsive to a request to dispense items the requested items are dispensed from dispensing devices (96, 100, 344, 346, 450, 527) connected to the data terminal. A report generating device (384) generates reports (388) which include machine readable indicia corresponding to patients and/or medical items. Users may select patients and dispense medications by reading the indicia from the reports using the reading device. Certain storage locations are also labeled with machine readable indicia which may be read to indicate the taking of items therefrom as well as to indicate inventory status information. One such dispensing device in the system is a cabinet (550). The cabinet may be configured with various configurations of drawers or shelves by supporting connecting members in apertures which extend in the interior walls of the cabinet.

Extracting and positioning structure for hard disk drive

The present invention proposes an extracting and positioning structure for a hard disk drive suitable to an industrial computer. In the present invention, two side frame boards to fix at least a hard disk drive are installed on a frame of a computer. Latticed partitioning plates are installed on the frame boards. The present invention has at least an extractable case with fixing bars installed at two sides thereof to fix a hard disk drive therein. A U-shaped plate is installed at each side of the front half section of the extractable case. Pivotal holes are respectively disposed at the top and bottom surfaces of the U-shape plate to pivotally connect a spindle protruding out of the top and bottom surfaces of a pivotal retaining element. A fixing shaft protruding out of the top and bottom surfaces at the other end of the pivotal retaining element. A slide lever is transversely arranged in the U-shaped plate at the front end of the extractable case. Transverse grooves extend from the side end surfaces at the two ends of the slide lever, respectively. Slide grooves are disposed in the transverse grooves to pivotally connect the fixing shaft to push the slide lever backwards. The other end of the pivotal retaining element will thus be pushed out of a groove hole at the side surface of the U-shaped plate and a retaining groove at the other end of the pivotal retaining element will be secured on the side frame boards. The extractable case of the hard disk drive can be extracted out by pulling the slide lever forwards.

Vertically stabilized adjustable shelf bracket assembly

A vertically stabilized shelf bracket assembly having at least two support strips on which a plurality of shelf brackets are mounted. The shelving is stabilized in several ways. First, the brackets are provided with a shelf engaging recess. The recess is either designed to provide a tight fit for the shelf, or the recess is provided with a shim for tightening the fit. Second, the brackets are provided with a vertical member which engages the shelves. Preferably, the recess and the vertical member will engage the shelf at opposite ends of the shelf, securing the shelf to the bracket. When the shelf is attached to multiple brackets, the shelf will be prevented from pivoting on the bracket. The shelves can be further stabilized by securing the brackets against vertical displacement. This can be accomplished by securing the shelf brackets to the support strip with a locking pin. With the locking pin in place, the shelf bracket cannot be moved upward. Another way of securing the brackets is to provide a vertical stabilizer, comprising an elongated member, preferably of steel or aluminum, having an arm extending perpendicularly therefrom. The arm will fit tightly into a slot in a support strip. When the arm is in place, the elongated member will be positioned over and in contact with the base of the shelf bracket, so that the bracket cannot be moved upward. The vertical stabilizer will be held in place by the cover which fits over the support strips.
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