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Harald Maslanka: High frequency surgical snare electrode. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, March 12, 1985: US04503855 (268 worldwide citation)

The diathermy electrode comprises a flexible insulating guide tube (1) in which a flexible electrode lead (3) adapted to be connected to a diathermy current source is slidably displaceably disposed. Attached to the free end of the electrode lead (3) next to the patient is a resilient electrode snare ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Rotational surgical instrument. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, August 2, 1988: US04760848 (237 worldwide citation)

An instrument according to the present invention comprises a casing, an exposed working head with an associated movable element, an actuating link slidably mounted relative to the casing for moving the element and an actuator mechanism with a control portion for sliding the actuating link. The actua ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Intra-abdominal organ stabilizer, retractor and tissue manipulator. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, May 17, 1988: US04744363 (223 worldwide citation)

An intra-abdominal organ stabilizer, manipulator and retractor includes an elongated tube for insertion through an introducer into an abdominal cavity. A rod is telescopingly received and axially movable within the tube. A stabilizer tip is secured to the distal end of the rod and axially movable th ...


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Michael Feygin: Apparatus and method for forming an integral object from laminations. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, June 21, 1988: US04752352 (214 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for forming an integral three-dimensional object from laminations of the same or gradually varying shape. The apparatus includes a supply station, a work station for forming a material into a plurality of laminations for the three-dimensional object, a control station for dir ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Template incision device. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, October 10, 1989: US04872456 (163 worldwide citation)

A device for use in laser surgery has a first jaw and a second jaw pivotable to engage the first jaw to clamp tissue therebetween. The first and second jaws may be manually pivoted and secured together for clamping. The second jaw has a slot therethrough which is open to the first jaw to provide a g ...


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Bryan W Dishner: Bi-directional buck/boost DC/DC converter. Sundstrand Corporation, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, April 5, 1988: US04736151 (123 worldwide citation)

A bi-directonal DC/DC converter includes a first power switch coupled to a first input/output of the converter, an energy storage element coupled to the first power switch, a second power switch coupled between the energy storage element and a second input/output of the converter and means for contr ...


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Marvin L Adenau: Dispensing device with sensory alert. Thomas A Schutz Co, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, December 19, 1989: US04887737 (112 worldwide citation)

The device consists of a frame defining a receptacle for an article to be normally displayed in a first position, structure on the frame for inhibiting grasping by a purchaser of an article in the first position, a trigger movable relative to the frame between a normal position and a release positio ...


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Akira Mori: Wireless mouse apparatus. Mitsuboshi Belting, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, June 28, 1988: US04754268 (109 worldwide citation)

In a computer system comprising a computer having a keyboard, and a display device connected to the computer, an improved position indicator means comprising a mouse having means responsive to movement thereof over a support surface for generating electrical signals indicating the positioning of the ...


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John C Castel: Method of providing electrical stimulation of tissue. Physio Technology, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, August 20, 1985: US04535777 (108 worldwide citation)

An electrotherapeutic method of providing electrical stimulation to human or animal tissue. A stimulating pulse train, having a primary frequency of 500 Hz to 100,000 Hz, is coupled to two electrodes attached to the portion of tissue to be stimulated. The train of pulses of the primary frequency are ...


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Rudolph J Kopfer: Wet-dry compartmental syringe. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, May 14, 1985: US04516967 (102 worldwide citation)

An improved syringe incorporating a solid powdered medicament and a dissolving fluid in a compact manner utilizes a compartment for the solid material which may be readily packaged commercially and an arrangement whereby fluid and solid components may be mixed and the latter dissolved while maintain ...