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Charles S Taylor, William N Aldrich, Thomas L Baughman, Federico J Benetti, Brian J Bennett, Michael J Billig, Thomas J Fogarty, John J Frantzen, Richard S Ginn, Robert C Glines, Harry L Green, Dwight P Morejohn, Brent Regan, Eugene E Reis, Amr Salahieh, Ivan Sepetka, Benjamin Sherman, Christian Skieller, Valavanur A Subramanian, Gary B Weller, William F Witt: Surgical instrument for stabilizing the beating heart during coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Cardiothoracic Systems, Alan W Cannon, Bozicevic Field & Francis, February 12, 2002: US06346077 (336 worldwide citation)

The invention is methods and devices which a surgeon may use to stabilize the beating heart during a surgical procedure on the heart. Pursuant to the invention, a stabilizing device is introduced through an opening in the chest and brought into contact with the beating heart. By contacting the heart ...


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Lambertus Hesselink, Dharmarus Rizal, Joep van Beurden: VCR webification. Senvid, Alan W Cannon, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, May 4, 2004: US06732158 (192 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, method and service model are disclosed which simplify conventional methods for schedule recordings of television programs and enable users to control recording equipment from any location via the Internet. Entities connected to computer networks such as the Internet and web-browser sof ...


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Lambertus Hesselink, Dharmarus Rizal, Eric S Bjornson: Control and observation of physical devices, equipment and processes by multiple users over computer networks. Senvid, Alan W Cannon, Bozicevic Field & Francis, December 24, 2002: US06499054 (185 worldwide citation)

A method and system for enabling multiple users from different physical locations to access, observe, control and manipulate physical processes and devices over a computer network such as the Internet is disclosed. A user may visually monitor the physical set up and state of an experiment or environ ...


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Lambertus Hesselink, Dharmarus Rizal, Eric S Bjornson: Access and control system for network-enabled devices. Senvid, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, October 10, 2006: US07120692 (183 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for remote access of network-enabled devices that provide seamless, firewall-compliant connectivity between multiple users and multiple devices, that allow collaborative operations by multiple users of remote devices, that allow point to multipoint control of multiple devices and ...


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Charles S Taylor, Robert G Matheny, Dwight P Morejohn: Method and apparatus for using vagus nerve stimulation in surgery. Cardiothoracic Systems, Alan W Cannon, Bozicevic Field & Francis, April 30, 2002: US06381499 (134 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for facilitating coronary surgery on the beating heart wherein the vagus nerve is electrically stimulated to purposely temporarily stop or substantially reduce the beating of the heart under precisely controlled conditions. The apparatus controllably applies electrical stimulu ...


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Yuniarto Widjaja: Semiconductor memory having both volatile and non-volatile functionality and method of operating. Law Office of Alan W Cannon, July 20, 2010: US07760548 (113 worldwide citation)

Semiconductor memory having both volatile and non-volatile modes and methods of operation. A semiconductor memory cell includes a substrate having a first conductivity type; a first region embedded in the substrate at a first location of the substrate and having a second conductivity type; a second ...


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Frederico J Benetti: Method for coronary artery bypass. Cardiothoracic Systems, Alan W Cannon, Bozicevic Field & Francis, December 25, 2001: US06332468 (111 worldwide citation)

Methods for performing a coronary artery bypass graft on a beating heart. Thoracoscopic visualization is used to view at least one of the steps of the procedure that include locating a target artery for an arterial blood supply; introducing instruments through one or more small openings in the patie ...


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Yuniarto Widjaja: Semiconductor memory having both volatile and non-volatile functionality and method of operating. Law Office of Alan W Cannon, December 7, 2010: US07847338 (110 worldwide citation)

Semiconductor memory having both volatile and non-volatile modes and methods of operation. A semiconductor memory cell includes a fin structure extending from a substrate, the fin structure including a floating substrate region having a first conductivity type configured to store data as volatile me ...


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Federico J Benetti: Method for coronary artery bypass. Cardiothoracic Systems, Alan W Cannon, Bozicevic Field & Francis, January 2, 2001: US06167889 (105 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises a method for performing a coronary artery bypass graft on a beating heart under thoracoscopic visualization without opening the chest wall. At least one small opening is formed in the patient's chest, a target artery for an arterial blood supply is located, instruments a ...


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Walid N Aboul Hosn, William R Kanz, Bruce A Baker: Guidable intravascular blood pump and related methods. Maquet Cardiovascular, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, June 8, 2010: US07731675 (98 worldwide citation)

An improved intravascular blood pump and related methods involving the broad inventive concept of equipping the intravascular blood pump with guiding features such that the intravascular blood pump can be selectively positioned at a predetermined location within the circulatory system of a patient.