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Hildebrandt Hans G, Hilzinger Fritz: Surgical cutting instrument. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, March 28, 1972: US3651811 (300 worldwide citation)

A surgical cutting instrument that incorporates electrodes capable of coagulating or cauterizing a severed blood vessel at the same time that it is cut.


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Fritz Hilzinger, Theodor Schwarz: Clip for surgical purposes. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Wigman & Cohen, March 11, 1980: US04192315 (155 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a clip for surgical purposes comprising a coil spring having at least one loop and a pair of crossing legs. The ends of the legs which extend beyond the crossing point are formed as clamping jaws. Because the portions of the legs adjoining the loop extend generally paralle ...


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Karl Braun, Rainer Lacher, Willi Pfeiffer: Milling tool for surgical purposes. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Wigman & Cohen, September 26, 1978: US04116200 (82 worldwide citation)

A surgical milling tool with a hand-operated milling machine for milling the heads or sockets of bone joints of spherical shape is disclosed. The tool is formed of a hemispherical cup integrally formed with a cylindrical skirt and flange and is provided with a plurality of openings of semi-oval shap ...


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Martin Schuler: Electrosurgical apparatus. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Wigman & Cohen, June 9, 1981: US04271837 (43 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an electrosurgical cutting device for the cutting and/or coagulation of tissue with RF current. A cutting electrode and a patient plate are connectable to the terminals of a RF generator. A control system, using a condition change arising at the cutting area during c ...


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Wolfgang Taschner: Closure for a container having additional securing means. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Kenway & Jenney, May 25, 1982: US04331257 (31 worldwide citation)

A closure for a container used in hospitals to store and transport items. The closure includes a cable tie with a locking eyelet at one end. The other end of the cable tie passes through an opening in the closure and then locks into the eyelet. The locking eyelet has a retaining element that prevent ...


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Karl Braun, Erich Wintermantel: Approximator for anastomotic surgery. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Martin A Farber, February 23, 1982: US04316470 (12 worldwide citation)

An approximator for anastomotic surgery having two parallel guide bars connected rigidly at one end to a fixed clamp holder. Another clamp holder is displaceably guided on the guide bars. One of the guide bars is a meshing bar non-rotatably mounted to the fixed clamp holder. A driver is mounted on t ...


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Karl Braun, Fritz Hilzinger, Erich Wintermantel: Approximator for anastomotic surgery. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft Vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Martin A Farber, May 25, 1982: US04331150 (10 worldwide citation)

An approximator having at least one pair of parallel guide bars which are connected to each other rigidly on one of their adjacent ends, and having at least one clamp of which one is arranged longitudinally displaceable on the guide bars of a pair and is fixable on these in any desired displaced pos ...


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Werner Mormann, Gerhard Bofinger, Wilfried Wolfle: Mucous membrane cutter for mucogingival membrane surgery. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Jetter & Scheerer, Wigman & Cohen, December 23, 1980: US04240432 (6 worldwide citation)

A mucotome or mucous membrane cutter for mucogingival membrane surgery is disclosed. The mucotome comprises a handle having a small, compactly designed cutting head arranged on its forward end, the cutting head including a circular cylindrical blade-holding roller which is reciprocable parallel to t ...