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Michael R Moore: Sacroiliac implant. Fields and Johnson P C, April 25, 2000: US06053916 (220 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided which facilitates enhanced structural stability across a joint to be immobilized. The sacroiliac implant is an elongate structure having two cylindrical sections of differing diameters. The implant further has like-handed, but dissimilar pitched threaded sections at the proxim ...


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Edwin L Adair, Jeffrey L Adair, Randall S Adair: Reduced area imaging devices incorporated within surgical instruments. Fields and Johnson P C, November 16, 1999: US05986693 (170 worldwide citation)

A reduced area imaging device is provided for use in medical or dental instruments such as an endoscope. In one configuration of the imaging device, the image sensor is placed remote from the remaining circuitry. In another configuration, all of the circuitry to include the image sensor is placed in ...


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Edwin L Adair, Jeffrey L Adair, Randall S Adair: Reduced area imaging devices incorporated within surgical instruments. Fields and Johnson P C, July 27, 1999: US05929901 (169 worldwide citation)

A reduced area imaging device is provided for use in medical or dental instruments such as an endoscope. In one configuration of the imaging device, the image sensor is placed remote from the remaining circuitry. In another configuration, all of the circuitry to include the image sensor is placed in ...


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Edwin L Adair, Jeffrey L Adair, Randall S Adair: Reduced area imaging devices. Fields and Johnson P C, March 28, 2000: US06043839 (160 worldwide citation)

A reduced area imaging device is provided for use in medical or dental instruments such as an endoscope. In one configuration of the imaging device, the image sensor is placed remote from the remaining circuitry. In another configuration, all of the circuitry to include the image sensor is placed in ...


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Edwin L Adair: Surgical devices with removable imaging capability and methods of employing same. Fields and Johnson P C, July 11, 2000: US06086528 (124 worldwide citation)

Surgical devices with removable imaging capability and methods are disclosed. The imaging capability for the surgical devices are provided by a very small microendoscope having processor circuitry at the distal end for providing a video ready signal to a monitor. Because of the small size of the mic ...


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Joseph P Markham, Brent P Johnson, Gary D Fields: Pet toy product with integral treats receiving receptacles. Bounce, Fields and Johnson P C, September 7, 1999: US05947061 (79 worldwide citation)

A pet toy product for holding one or more animal treats has a body member having an outer surface with one or more recesses for removably holding one or more animal treats. The recesses may be of varying depth so that the treats in the deeper recesses are more difficult for the animal to extract tha ...


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Joseph P Markham: Bouncing pet toy. Bounce, Fields and Johnson P C, February 2, 1999: US05865146 (64 worldwide citation)

A pet toy has an elongated hollow body extending along a longitudinal axis with first and second spaced bulbous sections, each having a side wall of substantially constant cross-section throughout. The first and second sections each include respective first and second openings defining respective fi ...


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Edwin L Adair: Sterile surgical coupler and drape. Fields and Johnson P C, August 11, 1998: US05792045 (63 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method are provided for enclosing a non-sterile camera setup comprising a video camera, its trailing cables, and a standard optical connector for use of the unsterile camera setup in the sterile environment of an operating room. The apparatus includes a coupler having a first end fo ...


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Edwin L Adair: Sterile encapsulated endoscopic video monitor. Fields and Johnson P C, October 17, 2000: US06132367 (59 worldwide citation)

A sterile enclosure is provided having a body portion for encapsulating one or more video monitors used for viewing one or more surgical areas in a sterile operating field. The enclosure may be flexible or rigid and have one or more cable drapes extending from the body to cover one or more cables as ...


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Edwin L Adair: Endoscope with reusable core and disposable sheath with passageways. Fields and Johnson P C, October 6, 1998: US05817015 (57 worldwide citation)

An endoscope in one configuration includes an elongated cylindrical core with a transparent window at the distal end thereof. A removable housing is placed within the core along with an objective endoscope lens or optics at the distal end thereof. A photosensitive image sensor is mounted within the ...



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