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Scott C Marlow, Haans K Petruschke, Donald B Coon, John T Nelson: Endoscopic instrument system and method. Marlow Surgical Technologies, Thompson Hine & Flory, April 8, 1997: US05618303 (393 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic instrument system which includes a handle portion with a scissors grip, a shaft extending from the scissors grip and shaped to extend through a cannula, and a plurality of disposable end tools, each mountable on and removable from the end of the shaft by hand without tools and actuatab ...


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Scott C Marlow, Haans K Petruschke, Donald B Coon, John T Nelson: Endoscopic instrument system and method. Marlow Surgical Technologies, Thompson Hine & Flory, November 5, 1996: US05571137 (150 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic instrument system which includes a handle portion with a scissors grip, a shaft extending from the scissors grip and shaped to extend through a cannula, and a plurality of disposable end tools, each mountable on the end of the shaft and actuatable by the scissors handle. In a preferred ...


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Scott C Marlow, Haans K Petruschke, Donald B Coon, John T Nelson: Endoscopic instrument system. Marlow Surgical Technologies, Thompson Hine & Flory, November 29, 1994: US05368606 (81 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic instrument system which includes a handle portion with a scissors grip, a shaft extending from the scissors grip and shaped to extend through a cannula, and a plurality of disposable end tools, each mountable on the end of the shaft and actuatable by the scissors handle. In a preferred ...


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Thomas I Janicki, Scott C Marlow, Haans K Petruschke, Donald B Coon: Verres needle system and method. Marlow Surgical Technologies, Thompson Hine & Flory, June 6, 1995: US05421821 (22 worldwide citation)

A verres needle system and method having a tube with an open distal end shaped for insertion through tissue into a body cavity, and a obturator slidably disposed within the tube and being resiliently biased to protrude from the distal end of the tube, and a negative pressure sensor positioned to det ...


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Marlow Scott C, Coon Donald B, Nelson John T, Petruschke Haans K: Endoscopic instrument system.. Marlow Surgical Technologies I, January 5, 1994: EP0577423-A2 (13 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic instrument system has a handle portion with means for gripping the instrument, the shaft extending from the gripping means and, means for actuating the instrument. A plurality of instrument end tools are removably mountable on the end of the shaft and each include means for engaging th ...


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