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Otto E Anderhub, Boris Kesler, Rey Sylvester: Eccentric surgical forceps. Boston Scientific, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, May 25, 1999: US05906630 (322 worldwide citation)

A surgical forceps which can be used for taking biopsy specimens internally is described having a compact configuration and very wide opening jaws, both of which are movable together by means of an elongated, flexible actuator member which operates directly only on one of the two end effectors conta ...


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Laszlo Farkas, Kevin F Hahnen, Boris Kesler: Arthroscopic surgical instruments having suction capability. Symbiosis Corporation, David P Gordon, November 4, 1997: US05683359 (34 worldwide citation)

An arthroscopic surgical instrument includes a surgical punch end effector assembly, a hollow tube defining a fluid passageway, a push rod extending through the hollow tube, an actuating lever coupled to a proximal end of the push rod, and a fluid coupler extending into the hollow tube and coupling ...


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Kevin F Hahnen, Boris Kesler: Electrodes having upper and lower operating surfaces for electrocautery probes for use with a resectoscope. Symbiosis Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, May 11, 1999: US05902300 (10 worldwide citation)

Electrodes for electrocautery probes for use with a resectoscope include full loop electrodes wherein the full loop has a working surface which extends below the axis of the cautery probe and a working surface which extends above the axis of the cautery probe, composite full loop electrodes wherein ...


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Boris Kesler, Yudit Candocia, Otto E Anderhub: Guidewire hoops and methods pertaining thereto. Boston Scientific Scimed, Crompton Seager & Tufte, February 26, 2008: US07334678 (7 worldwide citation)

A device comprising an elongated tubular member having a first open end, a second open end and a lumen therebetween, the first end and the second end facing in the same direction and positioned so that a first end of a guidewire can extend beyond the device out of the first open end and a second end ...


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Kevin F Hahnen, Boris Kesler: Resectoscope roller electrode having high heat zone insert. Symbiosis Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, June 1, 1999: US05908419 (4 worldwide citation)

An electrocautery probe includes a pair of arms between which a roller electrode is rotatably mounted. The arms are joined at their proximal ends to an electrode lead and a mounting sleeve is provided intermediate of the arms and the lead for slideably coupling the probe to a resectoscope. According ...


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Otto E Anderhub, Christopher D Endara, Gerardo S Martin, Boris Kesler, Osiris A Nunez: Forceps and collection assembly and related methods of use and manufacture. Scimed Life Systems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, May 17, 2011: US07942896 (2 worldwide citation)

An aspect of the invention relates to a forceps and collection assembly having multiple components and their related methods of use and manufacture. More specifically, an embodiment of the invention relates to a forceps for obtaining and collecting multiple samples in a collection assembly, such as ...


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Hussain Ahamed, Boris Kesler, Arjaldo Karaj, Ángel Sánchez, Gabriela de la Serna: Watchband with integrated electronics. MainTool, Pepper Hamilton, March 22, 2016: US09292008 (2 worldwide citation)

A watchband with integrated electronics designed to be attachable to any standard mechanical or digital timepiece. The watchband has a flexible circuit board sandwiched between layers of watchband material, allowing for the flexibility of a normal watchband with the electronics capability of a mobil ...


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David I Freed, Malka S Berndt, Michael J Magill, Otto E Anderhub, Osiris A Nunez, Boris Kesler, Gerardo S Martin, Christopher D Endara, James M Zardeskas, Oscar Carrillo, Satish Sharma: Instrument with sealing device and methods of advancing fluid therethrough. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, January 7, 2014: US08623045

Embodiments of the invention include a medical instrument with a sealing device. In embodiments, the medical instrument is endoscopic device having a seal between an elongate shaft member and/or on a portion of a handle to, for example, prevent flow communication between a lumen of the elongate memb ...


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David I Freed, Malka S Berndt, Michael J Magill, Otto E Anderhub, Osiris A Nunez, Boris Kesler, Gerardo S Martin, Christopher D Endara, James M Zardeskas, Oscar Carrillo, Satish Sharma: Instrument with sealing device and methods of advancing fluid therethrough. Boston Scientific Scimed, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, July 31, 2012: US08231652

Embodiments of the invention include a medical instrument with a sealing device. In embodiments, the medical instrument is an endoscopic device having a seal between an elongate shaft member and/or on a portion of a handle to, for example, prevent flow communication between a lumen of the elongate m ...