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Paul V Lucey, Paul A Torrie, C Vaughan Seifert, Graham Smith: Surgical instrument. Smith & Dyonics, Fish & Richardson P C, April 15, 1997: US05620415 (388 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument in which a surgical tool is carried distally of a bend region in a stationary support member by an assembly that transmits proximally applied forces through the bend region to both operate the surgical tool and selectively change the rotational orientation of the surgical tool ...


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Paul V Lucey, Paul A Torrie, C Vaughan Seifert, Graham Smith: Surgical instrument. Smith & Nephew, Fish & Richardson P C, July 21, 1998: US05782834 (223 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument in which a surgical tool is carried distally of a bend region in a stationary support member by an assembly that transmits proximally applied forces through the bend region to both operate the surgical tool and selectively change the rotational orientation of the surgical tool ...


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C Vaughan Seifert, Wolcott M Downey, Peter J Shank: Balloon catheter and locking guidewire system. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, September 3, 1991: US05045061 (72 worldwide citation)

A low profile, steerable balloon dilatation catheter for dilating obstructions in blood vessels is provided which also enables catheter exchanges to be performed without losing guidewire position. The system includes a guidewire and catheter that can be locked together to be operated in a manner as ...


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Richard J Morrill, C Vaughan Seifert, Lori K Segar: Balloon dilatation catheter with integral guidewire. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, August 4, 1992: US05135487 (60 worldwide citation)

A balloon dilation catheter adapted for use in percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty has an integral guidewire. The balloon and its supporting members are not attached to the guidewire at their distal ends. The supporting members are attached at their proximal ends to the guidewire. The gui ...


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Richard J Morrill, C Vaughan Seifert, Lori K Segar: Balloon dilatation catheter with integral guidewire. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, January 18, 1994: US05279560 (47 worldwide citation)

A balloon dilatation catheter adapted for use in percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty has an integral guidewire. The balloon and its supporting members are not attached to the guidewire at their distal ends. The supporting members are attached at their proximal ends to the guidewire. The g ...


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C Vaughan Seifert, Lori K Segar, Richard J Morrill: Balloon dilatation catheter with integral guidewire. Cr Bard, LIN CHANGAN, May 30, 1990: CN89106014

A balloon dilatation catheter adapted for use in percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty has an integral guidewire. The balloon and its supporting members are not attached to the guidewire at their distal ends. The supporting members are attached at their proximal ends to the guidewire. The g ...