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Kenneth H Mollenauer: Combined dissecting, cauterizing, and stapling device. Starion Instruments Corporation, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, August 5, 2003: US06602252 (887 worldwide citation)

A medical device for simultaneously cutting tissue with a heating element, cauterizing the tissue with heating elements, and stapling the tissue together.


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Kenneth H Mollenauer: Combined dissecting, cauterizing, and stapling device. Starion Instruments Corporation, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, November 23, 2004: US06821273 (498 worldwide citation)

A medical device for simultaneously cutting tissue with a heating element, cauterizing the tissue with sealing elements, and stapling the tissue together. The heating elements comprise bipolar RF electrodes.


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Kenneth H Mollenauer: Combined dissecting, cauterizing, and stapling device. Starion Instruments Corporation, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 8, 2008: US07396356 (408 worldwide citation)

A medical device for simultaneously cutting tissue with a heating element, cauterizing the tissue with sealing elements, and stapling the tissue together. The heating elements comprise bipolar RF electrodes.


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George Wallace, Jay Lenker, Thomas J Berryman, Robert R Greene, Rodney Brenneman: Intracranial stent. Micro Therapeutics, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 3, 2001: US06254628 (289 worldwide citation)

A stent and stent catheter for intra-cranial use. The stent is a rolled sheet stent and is releasably mounted on the distal tip of the catheter by means of a non-sliding retention and release mechanism. The non-sliding release mechanism is operated remotely at the proximal end of the catheter by mea ...


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Jonathan Sass: Apparatus for distributing and playing audio information. IM Networks, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, November 23, 2004: US06823225 (235 worldwide citation)

A system and method for distributing audio information is disclosed. The system comprises a receiver, a server, and a communication network. The receiver allows a user to select and receive audio information that is stored at a location remote to the user. The server stores data and network addresse ...


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Douglas C Harrington, Victoria E Carr Brendel, Brett S Bowman: Method and apparatus for tubal occlusion. Adiana, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, October 30, 2001: US06309384 (225 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for occlusion of the fallopian tubes of a women. The method involves thermally damaging the lining of the utero-tubal junction with relatively low power, followed by placement of a reticulated foam plug. In one embodiment, vascularized tissue grows into the plug and prevents or d ...


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Andras Konya, Sidney Wallace, Kenneth C Wright: Hoop stent. Micro Therapeutics, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 10, 2001: US06258114 (201 worldwide citation)

A wire frame stent and stent delivery system for inserting the stent into the body.


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Peter A Altman, John D Altman, Simon Stertzer: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Biocardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 9, 2002: US06416510 (189 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivered to the inside of the heart, the catheter ca ...


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Henry R Halperin, Ronald D Berger: CPR chest compression monitor. The Johns Hopkins University, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, May 21, 2002: US06390996 (165 worldwide citation)

Chest compressions are measured and prompted to facilitate the effective administration of CPR. A displacement detector produces a displacement indicative signal indicative of the displacement of the CPR recipient's chest toward the recipient's spine. A signaling mechanism provides chest c ...


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Kevin H Van Bladel, Shigeru Tanaka, Daren L Stewart: Device for biopsy tumors. Sanarus Medical, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, April 1, 2003: US06540694 (143 worldwide citation)

A device and method of use for securing and coring of tumors within the body during a biopsy of the tumor, specifically breast tumors. An adhesion probe for securing the tumor is described. The probe secures the tumor by piercing the tumor and providing a coolant to the distal tip to cool the tip. T ...