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Anthony A Boiarski, Mark T Byrne, Warren P Williamson: Identification device for surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Susan M Schmidt, June 25, 1996: US05529235 (786 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for identifying certain characteristics of an end piece or end effector of a surgical instrument. A preferred embodiment provides a surgical stapling instrument having an electrical circuit contained on the stapling cartridge which is capable of indicating cartridge type and/or ...


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Anthony A Boiarski, Mark T Byrne, Warren P Williamson: Identification device for surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Susan M Schmitt, July 16, 1996: US05535937 (679 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for identifying certain characteristics of an end piece or end effector of a surgical instrument. A preferred embodiment provides a surgical stapling instrument having an electrical circuit contained on the stapling cartridge which is capable of indicating cartridge type and/or ...


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Anthony A Boiarski, Mark T Byrne, Warren P Williamson: Identification device for surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Susan M Schmitt, October 8, 1996: US05562239 (660 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for sensing the firing of a staple cartridge inserted into an end piece or end effector of a surgical instrument. The stapling instrument includes a magnetic sensing device arranged to sense the advancement of a knife or staple driver.


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Anthony A Boiarski, Mark T Byrne, Warren P Williamson: Identification device for surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Susan M Schmitt, July 16, 1996: US05535934 (660 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for identifying certain characteristics of an end piece or end effector of a surgical instrument. A preferred embodiment provides a surgical stapling instrument having an electrical circuit contained on the stapling cartridge which is capable of indicating cartridge type and/or ...


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Mark T Byrne, Anthony A Boiarski, James E Dvorsky, Julie B Swick: Endoscopic surgical instrument with electromagnetic sensor. Ethicon, March 7, 1995: US05395033 (641 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic surgical instrument including a pair of jaws. An electromagnetic sensor disposed in said jaws to determine the relative position of said jaws.


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Anthony A Boiarski, Mark T Byrne, Warren P Williamson: Identification device for surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, December 2, 1997: US05693042 (455 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for identifying certain characteristics of an end piece or end effector of a surgical instrument. A preferred embodiment provides a surgical stapling instrument having an electrical circuit contained on the stapling cartridge which is capable of indicating cartridge type and/or ...


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Anthony A Boiarski, Ross G Luce: Nebulizer. Warner Lambert Company, Louis S Gillow, May 19, 1981: US04268460 (135 worldwide citation)

A nebulizer for use in connection with a lung ventilating system characterized in providing a dual stage atomization of medicament carrying liquid. A first stage develops an aerosol exhibiting an initial, relatively larger average liquid particle size which is introduced to a chamber at a given stag ...


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Anthony A Boiarski, Richard W Ridgway: Integrated optical directional-coupling refractometer apparatus. Battelle Memorial Institute, Philip M Dunson, Klaus H Wiesmann, December 22, 1992: US05173747 (86 worldwide citation)

In apparatus useful in immunoassay of a fluid, light is directed to an optical sensor wherein the light is transmitted to a replaceable optical device that is responsive to index of refraction in a sensing region thereof that is exposed to the fluid. One portion of the light is transmitted via a ref ...


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Stuart A Kingsley, Sriram S Sriram, Anthony A Boiarski, Norman Gantz: High-impedance optical electrode. Srico, Kremblas Foster Phillips & Pollick, March 22, 2005: US06871084 (58 worldwide citation)

High-impedance optical electrodes modulate light in response to a life-form bio-potential and then converts the modulated light to an electrical signal that provides traditional EEG and EEC type output. Light splitters are used to provide multiple electrodes and an electronic reference source. A pil ...


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Anthony A Boiarski, Nile F Hartman, Rand C Sherman: Integrated optic system for monitoring blood pressure. Medex, Wood Herron & Evans, March 1, 1988: US04727730 (50 worldwide citation)

Blood gases and the like are monitored by a single probe having multiple dye wells and dyes immobilized in the wells, the dyes being exposed to the blood gases. Optical fibers and waveguides connected to the dye wells permit light to be directed from a light source to the dyes and the light due to a ...