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Sutterlin Chester E Iii, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Del, Rio Eddy M, Lamanna José M: Powered kerrison-like rongeur system. The Anspach Effort, Sutterlin Chester E Iii, Gravenstein Nikolaus, Del, Rio Eddy M, Lamanna José M, NORMAN FRIEDLAND PATENT ATTORNEY, June 17, 2004: WO/2004/049956 (427 worldwide citation)

A motorized drill is mounted in the handle (18) of a Kerrison Rongeur System utilized by a surgeon to perform surgical procedures on a patient, includes mechanism for moving the bit (25) supported in a rotating drill (12) toward the fixed upstanding foot (24) mounted at the remote end of the pistol- ...


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William E Anspach III, Eddy H Del Rio: Soft tissue fastener device. The Anspach Effort, Norman Friedland, Jack N McCarthy, March 10, 1998: US05725541 (319 worldwide citation)

An expandable fastener device for attaching tissue to bone and a surgical operating technique for using it. The fastener device includes a shaft which will pierce tissue and when rotated, will drill a hole in bone with a drill point to receive the fastener in bone. The device can be drilled in place ...


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William E Anspach III, Eddy H Del Rio: Soft tissue fastener device. The Anspach Effort, Norman Friedland, Jack N McCarthy, April 21, 1998: US05741282 (240 worldwide citation)

An expandable fastener device for attaching tissue to bone and a surgical operating technique for using The fastener device includes a shaft which will pierce tissue and when rotated, will drill a hole in bone with a drill point to receive the fastener in bone. The device can be drilled in place and ...


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William E Anspach Jr, William S Reid, Eddy H Del Rio, William E Anspach III: Fastener for attaching objects to bones. The Anspach Effort, Quarles & Brady, March 26, 1996: US05501695 (232 worldwide citation)

A fastener adapted to expand into bone has a tubular body having a longitudinal opening therethrough with a stop within the opening. The body has a head at one end and a longitudinal slot extends through the body near the other end to form ribs that expand radially when the body is compressed. A pul ...


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Eddy W Del Rio, William E Anspach III: Anchor/suture used for medical procedures. The Anspach Effort, Norman Friedland, December 5, 2006: US07144415 (92 worldwide citation)

For suture tying in a medical procedure including the use of an anchor that includes a suture locking device that includes a sliding pin guided by axial side slots formed in the locking device that forces the suture where the two ends thereof are inserted into the interior of the suture locking mech ...


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Eddy H Del Rio, William E Anspach III: Integral myringotomy tube and inserter. The Anspach Effort, Norman Friedland, July 1, 1997: US05643280 (42 worldwide citation)

A myringotomy tube with a axial lumen is constructed with an integral cutting tang extending axially from the flange of the grommet for incising the tympanic membrane without the necessity of a scalpel. A disposable inserter is optionally included that frictionally fits the myringotomy tube to the i ...


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Eddy H Del Rio, William E Anspach III: Integral cutting instrument and myringotomy tube. The Anspach Effort, Norman Friedland, October 27, 1998: US05827295 (34 worldwide citation)

A myringotomy tube with a axial lumen is constructed with an integral cutting tang extending axially from the flange of the grommet for incising the tympanic membrane without the necessity of a scalpel. A disposable inserter is optionally included that frictionally fits the myringotomy tube to the i ...


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Eddy H Del Rio, William E Anspach Jr: Tool bit for a motor driven surgical instrument. The Anspach Effort, Quarles & Brady, February 11, 1997: US05601560 (25 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument has a housing which contains a motor that drives a spindle. A tool bit is attached to the motor by a holder that includes a body with a first end portion connected to the spindle, a central portion with a cavity therein, and a second end portion having an aperture through which ...


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Eddy Del Rio, Jose M Lamanna, Douglas A Perry, Thomas E Anspach: High speed surgical instrument. The Anspach Effort, Norman Friedland, May 11, 2004: US06733218 (25 worldwide citation)

A high speed surgical instrument is designed with a clutch that automatically locks a cutter which is easily assembled and disassembled without moving parts. The clutch includes a pin and U-shaped pin that compliments a configured groove section at the proximal end of a cutter that fits into a clutc ...


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Eddy H Del Rio, William E Anspach Jr: Tool holdling mechanism for a motor driven surgical instrument. The Anspach Effort, Quarles & Brady, May 18, 1999: US05904687 (21 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument has a housing which contains a motor that drives a spindle. A tool bit is attached to the motor by a holder that includes a body with a first end portion connected to the spindle, a central portion with a cavity therein, and a second end portion having an aperture through which ...