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Warren P Heim, Michael D Olichney, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical system. Team Medical, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, June 5, 2001: US06241723 (405 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical system is disclosed that applies electrical energy to obtain a predetermined surgical effect, while also reducing eschar deposits on a working surface of an electrosurgical instrument, producing an eschar deposit which is easily removed from the working surface and/or facilitating ...


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Scott A Miller III: Electrosurgical generator. Team Medical L L C, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, May 29, 2001: US06238387 (278 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator is disclosed that provides radio-frequency electrical waveforms for performing surgical operations on a tissue mass. The various aspects of the present invention are embodied in an electrosurgical generator that includes a DC regulator, an amplifier, an energy recovery c ...


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Scott A Miller III: Electrosurgical generator. Team Medical L L C, Holme Roberts & Owen, November 17, 1998: US05836943 (212 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator is disclosed that provides radio-frequency electrical waveforms for performing surgical operations on a tissue mass. The various aspects of the present invention are embodied in an electrosurgical generator that includes a DC regulator, an amplifier, an energy recovery c ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell, Michael D Olichney: Electrosurgical mode conversion system. Team Medical, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, February 17, 2004: US06692489 (153 worldwide citation)

A surgical system that applies electrical energy to obtain predetermined surgical effects while improving the control of the application of the energy that is supplied by electrosurgical generators. In one embodiment, a surgical assembly interfaces with and receives power from an electrosurgical gen ...


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Warren Paul Heim, Michael Olichney: Electrosurgical instrument. Team Medical L L C, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, September 11, 2001: US06287305 (118 worldwide citation)

An improved electrosurgical instrument and method is disclosed for reducing smoke generation at a surgical site. The electrosurgical instrument comprises a metal body having an outer insulating layer to reduce thermal/electrical discharge from non-functional portions of the instrument. In one aspect ...


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Warren P Heim: Medical catheter dressing device. Team Medical, Sheridan Ross P C, September 15, 1998: US05807341 (113 worldwide citation)

A medical apparatus and method for managing one or more conveyance tubes used to inject or remove fluids, solids or semi-solids from a patient's body without the need for sutures. The device further includes a biohazard control system to reduce the risk of exposure of the medical biohazards such as ...


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Warren P Heim, James Lawrence Brassell: Body fluids and solids drainage system. Team Medical, Sheridan Ross P C, April 27, 1999: US05897534 (83 worldwide citation)

A medical system for facilitating the removal of body matter including solids, liquids and gases from a body cavity. The system includes mechanical energy applied to the interior surface of a catheter or other type of body drainage conduit to substantially inhibit the adherence of body matter to the ...


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Warren P Heim: Directed energy surgical method and assembly. Team Medical L L C, Holme Roberts & Owen, January 13, 1998: US05707402 (75 worldwide citation)

An improved directed energy surgical method and assembly is disclosed. The method and assembly contemplate the application of a directed energy stream to tissue and the application of a liquid mist stream at a particular predetermined transverse angle to the tissue to reduce or eliminate smoke at th ...


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Warren Paul Heim, Michael Olichney, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical instrument. Team Medical, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfoggle, March 18, 2003: US06533781 (62 worldwide citation)

An improved electrosurgical instrument and method is disclosed for reducing smoke generation at a surgical site. The electrosurgical instrument comprises a metal body having an outer insulating layer to reduce thermal/electrical discharge from non-functional portions of the instrument. In one aspect ...


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Warren Paul Heim, Scott Allan Miller III, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical system for reducing/removing eschar accumulations on electrosurgical instruments. Team Medical L L C, Holme Roberts & Owen, June 13, 2000: US06074387 (43 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical system is disclosed that applies electrical energy to obtain a predetermined surgical effect, while also reducing eschar deposits on a working surface of an electrosurgical instrument, producing an eschar deposit which is easily removed from the working surface and/or facilitating ...