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George C Kramer, Joel P Jenkinson: Interactive external defibrillation and drug injection system. The Board of Regents for the University of Texas System, Rosenblatt & Associates, April 11, 1995: US05405362 (259 worldwide citation)

This invention involves an interactive external defibrillation and drug injection system for use by a human operator for treating cardiac conditions in a patient, particularly in an out-of-hospital or pre-hospital environment. The present invention may also be used within hospitals as well as where ...


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John C Phillips, Richard M Malec: Sheathed surgical instrument and applicator kit. Edward Weck Incorporated, Rosenblatt & Associates, November 16, 1993: US05261918 (235 worldwide citation)

A kit for protectively sheathing the proximally unenclosed portion of a grasping members pair of a surgical instrument assembly resulting from the sheathing is disclosed, the kit including an applicator for spreading the lumen of an elastic tubular sheath member which is mounted on the surgical inst ...


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A Frank Trott: Endoscopic suturing needle. Linvatec Corporation, Rosenblatt & Associates, May 17, 1994: US05312422 (216 worldwide citation)

A suturing needle is illustrated which can engage a suture to an outer housing, thereby presenting a relatively smooth surface at the distal end of the apparatus to minimize tissue trauma. A lock feature prevents unexpected extension of the needle from the outer housing which could release the sutur ...


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Curtis W Thornton, Thomas W Ruckdeschel, Elise P Speaks: Surgical clip applier. Pilling Weck Incorporated, Rosenblatt & Associates, April 4, 1995: US05403327 (188 worldwide citation)

The hemostatic clip applicator system is particularly useful for endoscopic procedures. A hemostatic clip applicator can be directly connected to a trigger assembly or indirectly connected to the trigger assembly through the use of an extension. The connection between the extension and the clip appl ...


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A Frank Trott: Endoscopic suturing needle. Linvatec Corporation, Rosenblatt & Associates, December 12, 1995: US05474565 (162 worldwide citation)

A suturing needle is illustrated which can engage a suture to an outer housing, thereby presenting a relatively smooth surface at the distal end of the apparatus to minimize tissue trauma. A lock feature prevents unexpected extension of the needle from the outer housing which could release the sutur ...


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David L Foshee: Cannula retention device. Edward Weck Incorporated, Rosenblatt & Associates, November 2, 1993: US05257975 (144 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a cannula with a fixation mechanism actuable to secure the cannula above and below the body wall in a single operation. The preferred embodiment involves spiral slit tubing in the form of a sleeve secured to the distal end of the cannula while mounted loosely over the cannul ...


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Paul A Reinhardt, Douglas J Murray: Casing valve. Baker Hughes Incorporated, Rosenblatt & Associates, June 20, 1995: US05425424 (131 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for producing through a casing without perforation are disclosed. The casing can be rotated while it is cemented and includes a multiplicity of sliding sleeve valves. Each of the valves selectively covers a plurality of pistons, each of which preferably has a rupture disc mou ...


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Curtis W Thornton, Harold G Carruthers: High capacity medical clip feeding and dispensing mechanism. Edward Weck Incorporated, Rosenblatt & Associates, September 21, 1993: US05246450 (131 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a means for applying a substantially constant force to move clips in queue within an applicator, as well as means for more effectively dispensing the endmost clip from a column of abrasive clips within an applicator. The constant force means generally comprises a const ...


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Warren Taylor: Cannula retention device. Edward Weck Incorporated, Rosenblatt & Associates, January 18, 1994: US05279564 (123 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a cannula with a fixation mechanism actuable to secure the cannula above and below the body wall with minimal amount of manipulation and damage to the body wall. The preferred embodiment involves arms attached to springs secured to the body of the cannula over which a sleeve ...


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Bandula Wijay, Paolo Angelini: Perfusion catheter. Leocor, Rosenblatt & Associates, October 27, 1992: US05158540 (91 worldwide citation)

A low-profile angioplasty catheter is disclosed which is insertable through a guiding catheter. The angioplasty catheter has two balloons. The distal balloon dilates the stenosis. The proximal balloon is separately inflatable and selectively closes the annular passage between the angioplasty cathete ...