Seven mechanical inventions, including two medical systems, resulted in patents awarded Utah inventors by the U.S. Patent Office.

Howard R. Sanford, Springville. Cutting blade for making designs in food products. Filed June 16, 1989. Patent 4,967,477.Marlow W. Larson, Ogden. Cable anchor system for compound archery bows. Assigned to Browning, Morgan. Filed Oct. 18, 1989. Patent 4,967,721.

Kent S. Roberts, American Fork. Arrow rest support for attachment to an archery bow. Assigned to Roberts Mfg., Inc., American Fork. Filed Apr. 3, 1989. Patent 4,967,722.

Richard C. Lambert, Lehi. Ventilating/aspirating apparatus for neonatal respiratory therapy. Assigned to Ballard Medical Products, Midvale. Filed Dec. 1, 1988, a division of applications Feb. 18, 1988, and Mar. 11, 1987. Patent 4,967,743.

Paul F. Turner; Theron N. Schaefermeyer, both of North Salt Lake; Amer M. Tumeh, Salt Lake City, and Trung V. Nguyen, Murray. Electromagnetic radiation applicator apparatus for treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Assigned to BSD Medical Corporation, Salt Lake City. Filed July 28, 1988. Patent 4,967,765.

Ajit S. Gill, Salt Lake City. Compact multi-stage pressure reducing valve. Filed Apr. 19, 1989, a continuation of application Mar. 14, 1988. Patent 4,967,793.

Vaughn R. Anderson, Orem, and Robert E. Gooch, Spanish Fork. Multi-element, bi-directional valve seat. Filed Jan. 17, 1990, a continuation of application June 6, 1989. Patent 4,968,001.

Copies of patents are available by number for $1.50 from Box 9, Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, D.C. 20231.