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Philip E Eggers, Andrew R Eggers: Electrosurgical forceps. Eggers & Associates, Mueller and Smith LPA, April 6, 1999: US05891142 (426 worldwide citation)

Surgical forceps which are configured having oppositely disposed tissue grasping surfaces at the tip regions of corresponding tines. An electrically insulative spacer assembly is positioned on and supported from at least one of the tissue grasping surfaces to space the tissue contacting surfaces apa ...


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Philip E Eggers, Eric A Eggers, Andrew R Eggers: Interstitial cauterization of tissue volumes with electrosurgically deployed electrodes. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, September 11, 2001: US06287304 (283 worldwide citation)

Apparatus system and method for cauterizing a volume of tissue wherein electrode assemblies are deployed from the forward end region of an instrument in conjunction with an electrosurgical cutting activity. Upon deployment to one or more deployed orientations, the electrodes assemblies are made biac ...


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Philip E Eggers: Resistively heated cutting and coagulating surgical instrument. Mueller and Smith LPA, March 18, 1997: US05611798 (277 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument having a resistively-heated heating component responsive to a power source for generating thermal excitation effective for cutting tissue and carrying out hemostasis. The surgical instrument includes a support assembly having two leg extensions connected in heat transfer relati ...


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Philip E Eggers: Resistively heating cutting and coagulating surgical instrument. Mueller and Smith LPA, June 15, 1999: US05911719 (256 worldwide citation)

A resistively heated thermally cutting and coagulating surgical instrument which may be employed with a conventional electrosurgical generator having bipolar output ports and a bipolar cable. The instrument utilizes a heating element which is heated to a predetermined upper temperature limit while i ...


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Philip E Eggers, Andrew R Eggers, Eric A Eggers, John Kociecki: Electrosurgical generator. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, May 25, 2004: US06740079 (218 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator which provides a constant voltage and variable power output particularly suited for cutting arc formation at an active electrode which exhibits a dynamic active surface area of varying geometry. Essentially constant voltage-based control is achieved through the utilizati ...


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Philip E Eggers, John Kociecki, Mark A Mayerchak: Electrosurgical generator. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, August 2, 2005: US06923804 (214 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator which provides a constant power output particularly suited for cutting arc formation at an active electrode which exhibits a dynamic active surface area of varying geometry. Essentially constant power-based control is achieved through the utilization of a d.c. link volta ...


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Mark W Bendig: Viewdata system and apparatus. OCLC Online Computer Library Center Incorporated, Mueller and Smith, May 29, 1984: US04451701 (213 worldwide citation)

A viewdata system and decoder apparatus for providing interactive communication between a host computer and a consumer which utilizes, without modification, a conventional television receiver. The system utilizes telephonic communication, the handset of a telephone being positioned upon an acoustic ...


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Philip E Eggers, Eric A Eggers, Andrew R Eggers: Accurate cutting about and into tissue volumes with electrosurgically deployed electrodes. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, February 4, 2003: US06514248 (186 worldwide citation)

Method, system and apparatus for carrying out accurate electrosurgical cutting. A thin resilient electrode is utilized at the forward end region of an instrument which is deployable from a longitudinally disposed slot positioned rearwardly of the tip of the instrument. Lateral sides of the slot exte ...


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Primo D Exconde: Method of using a surgical dissector instrument. Mueller and Smith LPA, August 19, 1997: US05658307 (165 worldwide citation)

A blunt dissector instrument for laparoscopic surgical protocols is disclosed which is adapted for defining an anatomical structure from investment tissue. The dissector is formed from an elongate member which extends longitudinally between a working end and a control end, and is provided with a tip ...


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Philip E Eggers, Andrew R Eggers, Eric A Eggers, John Kociecki: Minimally invasive intact recovery of tissue. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, October 29, 2002: US06471659 (160 worldwide citation)

System, method and apparatus for carrying out the recovery of an intact volume of tissue wherein a delivery cannula distal end is positioned in confronting adjacency with the volume of tissue to be recovered. A capture component formed of a plurality of metal leafs is deployed from the distal end of ...



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