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Peter Henry Hannam, Richard Dale Allison: Assembly for sealing a puncture in a vessel. Sherwood Medical Company, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, July 22, 1997: US05649959 (630 worldwide citation)

A bioabsorbable assembly for sealing an incision or puncture in the body of the patient including a first member which is positioned generally along the wall of the blood vessel, duct, body cavity or lumen of the patient and a gelatinous material which is injected into the incision or puncture aroun ...


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Georges Katsaros, David G Thomas, Richard D Allison: Device for sealing hemostatic incisions. Sherwood Medical Company, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, May 9, 1995: US05413571 (506 worldwide citation)

A device for sealing incisions in the body of a patient wherein the device includes a bioabsorbable sealing member having an elongate shaft member and an elastomeric and flexible balloon member. The device may also include a preformed or injectable collagenous material associated therewith to hemost ...


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Bradford C Fowler: Insertion assembly and method of inserting a vessel plug into the body of a patient. Quinton Instrument Company, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, April 28, 1992: US05108421 (458 worldwide citation)

A device and method of closing an incision or puncture in a patient by inserting a vessel plug into the incision or puncture until the distal end of the vessel plug is adjacent to the outer lumen of the blood vessel or target organ so that the vessel plug does not obstruct the flow of fluid through ...


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W Michael Hipps: Articulating endoscopic implant rotator surgical apparatus and method for using same. Genzyme Corporation, Richard D Allison, Thomas J DesRosier, December 19, 2000: US06162208 (450 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic and open surgical procedures, e.g., prosthetic implant replacement surgery. The instrument includes a handle portion, an endoscopic tube section extending from the handle portion, an articulating section pivotally connected to a distal end of t ...


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Raymond O Bodicky, Ronald W Ausherman: Lancet injector. Sherwood Medical Company, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, January 23, 1990: US04895147 (392 worldwide citation)

An improved lancet injector is provided which includes an elongate tubular housing, a penetration depth selector thereon, a moveable lancet guide in the housing and a compressible spring in the housing connected between the lancet guide and one end of the housing. The lancet guide further including ...


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Georges Katsaros, David G Thomas, Richard D Allison: Device for sealing hemostatic incisions. Sherwood Medical Company, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, July 30, 1996: US05540715 (386 worldwide citation)

A device for sealing incisions in the body of a patient wherein the device includes a bioabsorbable sealing member having an elongate shaft member and an elastomeric and flexible balloon member. The device may also include a preformed or injectable collagenous material associated therewith to hemost ...


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Bradford C Fowler: Insertion assembly and method of inserting a vessel plug into the body of a patient. Quinton Instrument Company, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, March 9, 1993: US05192300 (360 worldwide citation)

A device and method of closing an incision or puncture in a patient by inserting a vessel plug into the incision or puncture until the distal end of the vessel plug is adjacent to the outer lumen of the blood vessel or target organ so that the vessel plug does not obstruct the flow of fluid through ...


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Bradford C Fowler: Insertion assembly and method of inserting a vessel plug into the body of a patient. Quinton Instrument Company, Richard D Allison, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, January 4, 1994: US05275616 (359 worldwide citation)

A device and method of closing an incision or puncture in a patient by inserting a vessel plug into the incision or puncture until the distal end of the vessel plug is adjacent to the outer lumen of the blood vessel or target organ so that the vessel plug does not obstruct the flow of fluid through ...


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Georges Katsaros, David G Thomas, Richard D Allison: Device for sealing hemostatic incisions. Sherwood Medical Company, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, May 20, 1997: US05630833 (298 worldwide citation)

A device for sealing incisions in the body of a patient wherein the device includes a bioabsorbable sealing member having an elongate shaft member and an elastomeric and flexible balloon member. The device may also include a preformed or injectable collagenous material associated therewith to hemost ...


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Bradford C Fowler: Insertion assembly and method of inserting a vessel plug into the body of a patient. Quinton Instrument Company, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, December 26, 1995: US05478352 (265 worldwide citation)

A device and method of closing an incision or puncture in a patient by inserting a vessel plug into the incision or puncture until the distal end of the vessel plug is adjacent to the outer lumen of the blood vessel or target organ so that the vessel plug does not obstruct the flow of fluid through ...