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Bruce A J Skinner: Biopsy instrument. Michael Best & Friedrich, February 8, 2000: US06022324 (334 worldwide citation)

A biopsy instrument which can be used to take a bone biopsy sample or a soft tissue biopsy sample. The biopsy instrument includes a biopsy needle and a biopsy gun. The biopsy gun includes a firing mechanism for firing the biopsy needle with a minimum force for striking and penetrating the target tis ...


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Bruce A J Skinner: Biopsy needle for a biopsy instrument. Biopsy Needle Partnership, Gowling Lafleur Henderson, November 13, 2001: US06315737 (111 worldwide citation)

A biopsy needle with a conduit for receiving a hard biopsy sample and a fluid biopsy sample. The conduit has a first cross-sectional area. The biopsy needle has an end with a penetrating bit operable for coring the hard biopsy sample. The end has a second cross-sectional area less than the first cro ...


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Cornelius Woudenberg, Bruce A J Skinner: Cardiopulmonary resuscitator. Coromed International, Holman & Stern, May 12, 1987: US04664098 (51 worldwide citation)

A device is described for performing mechanical cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The device comprises a housing which in use is secured to the chest of a patient, the housing and securing means providing inelastic encirclement of the patient's chest. Pneumatically operated pressing means projects from ...


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Bruce A J Skinner: Biopsy needle. Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, October 17, 1989: US04873991 (48 worldwide citation)

A biopsy needle, for sampling tissue and the like, including a sidewall defining a hollow interior and a sharpened end. The needle has a lanced section which is formed from material of the sidewall itself and defines a rearwardly sloping, rearwardly facing blade disposed within the hollow interior o ...


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Bruce A J Skinner: Biopsy method. Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, February 27, 1990: US04903709 (35 worldwide citation)

A biopsy needle, for sampling tissue and the like, including a sidewall defining a hollow interior and a sharpened end. The needle has a lanced section which is formed from material of the sidewall itself and defines a rearwardly sloping, rearwardly facing blade disposed within the hollow interior o ...