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Albert Broome: Method for performing a surgical occlusion, and kit and applicator for carrying out the method. Surgical Invent, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, May 4, 1993: US05207694 (177 worldwide citation)

A method, a kit and an applicator for performing a surgical occlusion. A tubular applicator open at both ends is introduced with a first end adjacent a free-prepared tissue. At least one bundle-strap type tie is introduced into the applicator. A tie portion protruding from said first end of the appl ...


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Albert Broome: Method for performing a surgical closure of a skin incision or wound and means for carrying out the method. Brava Patient Och Invent, Merchant & Gould, April 23, 1991: US05009663 (140 worldwide citation)

A method for performing a surgical closure of a skin incision or wound in which at least one surgical suture thread is used for holding together two opposite skin edge portions. A locking device is used for carrying out the method. The suture thread is sewn through each one of the two skin edge port ...


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Stig Bengmark, Albert Broome, Christian H Overland: Surgical device. Uno Plast, Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, August 6, 1985: US04533356 (30 worldwide citation)

A rod-shaped device for internal use in connection with operations in body cavities and comprising a non-elastically deformable, flexible member surrounded by a soft liquid absorbing material which optionally is enclosed in an overwrap.


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Albert Broome: Surgical instrument. Astra Meditec, White & Case, June 16, 1992: US05122149 (29 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a surgical instrument for ligation of internal tissues, such as hemorrhoids, in a cavity of the body by means of an elastic cord. The instrument comprises an inner front-cylinder (1) with the elastic cord (2) strained around its front end and a displaceable outer discharge-c ...