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Michael P Whitman: Expanding parallel jaw device for use with an electromechanical driver device. PowerMed, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 24, 2001: US06264087 (793 worldwide citation)

A cutting and stapling device for use as an attachment to an electromechanical device driver comprises an upper jaw and a lower jaw which separate and close against one another in a continuously parallel alignment. The upper jaw includes a series of staple guides corresponding to one or more staples ...


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Michael P Whitman: Stapling device for use with an electromechanical driver device for use with anastomosing, stapling, and resecting instruments. Powermed, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman P C, November 13, 2001: US06315184 (706 worldwide citation)

A stapling device for use as an attachment to an electromechanical device driver comprises an upper jaw and a lower jaw, the upper jaw having staple guides corresponding to one or more staples in a removable staple tray disposed within a lower jaw, whereby a wedge having a threaded bore travels upon ...


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Michael P Whitman: Vessel and lumen expander attachment for use with an electromechanical driver device. Powermed, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 19, 2002: US06348061 (98 worldwide citation)

A selectively coupleable and remotely actuateable surgical attachment for use with an electromechanical driver device for use in expanding occluded vessels and lumens. The attachment includes an axial rod which is coupleable to the electromechanical driver device, and which is selectively rotateable ...


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Whitman Michael P: An electromechanical driver device for use with anastomosing, stapling, and resecting instruments. Powermed, PIPER Donald Jr, December 7, 2000: WO/2000/072765 (8 worldwide citation)

An electro-mechanical driver for use in gastrointestinal track surgery, including a flexible sheath (122), and a handle (102), is provided. Also disclosed are a series of surgical attachments (152) which may be utilized in conjunction with the electro-mechanical driver. The handle of the driver incl ...


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Sainsbury Andre: Method of manufacturing electrically powered surgical instruments, and electrically powered surgical instruments manufactured thereby. Powermed Systems, Sainsbury Andre, BROWN David Leslie, August 16, 2007: WO/2007/091074 (7 worldwide citation)

A novel method of manufacturing single-use or repeat-use electrically powered surgical instruments comprises assembling the instruments on a production scale in a range of functionalities. Electrically powered surgical instruments manufactured using the novel method are also described.


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SAINSBURY ANDRE: [en] Method of manufacturing electrically powered surgical instruments,and electrically powered surgical instruments manufactured thereby. POWERMED SYSTEMS, SAINSBURY ANDRE, December 23, 2009: GB2461106-A

[en] A novel method of manufacturing single-use or repeat-use electrically powered surgical instruments comprises assembling the instruments on a production scale in a range of functionalities. Electrically powered surgical instruments manufactured using the novel method are also described.


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Whitman Michael P: Electromechanical driver for an anastomosis surgical stapler. Powermed, April 24, 2002: EP1198201-A1

A stapling device for use as an attachment to an electromechanical device driver includes an upper jaw (80) and a lower jaw (50) , the upper jaw (80) having staple guides corresponding to one or more staples in a removable staple tray disposed within a lower jaw (50), whereby a wedge (250) having a ...


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Whitman Michael P: An electromechanical driver device for use with anastomosing, stapling, and resecting instruments. Powermed, April 3, 2002: EP1191883-A1

An electro-mechanical driver for use in gastrointestinal track surgery, including a flexible sheath (122), and a handle (102), is provided. Also disclosed are a series of surgical attachments (152) which may be utilized in conjunction with the electro-mechanical driver. The handle of the driver incl ...


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Whitman Michael P: Dispositif a machoires paralleles expansibles destine a un dispositif de commande electromecanique, Expanding parallel jaw device for use with an electromechanical driver device. Powermed, Power Medical Interventions, SMART & BIGGAR, June 2, 2009: CA2375777

A cutting and stapling device for use as an attachment to an electromechanical device driver comprises an upper jaw (80) and a lower jaw (50) which separate and close against one another in a continuously parallel alignment. The upper jaw (80) includes a series of staple guides corresponding to one ...


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Whitman Michael P: Expanding parallel jaw device for use with an electromechanical driver device. Powermed, BIRDE Patrick J, January 18, 2001: WO/2001/003587

A cutting and stapling device for use as an attachment to an electromechanical device driver comprises an upper jaw (80) and a lower jaw (50) which separate and close against one another in a continuously parallel alignment. The upper jaw (80) includes a series of staple guides corresponding to one ...