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Carl T Becht: Intralumenal anastomosis surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, June 17, 1980: US04207898 (401 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling instrument for the joining together of tubular body organs. The instrument comprises an elongated cylindrical body supporting at its distal end a staple carrier containing at least one annular array of staples, a staple driver for each array and a cylindrical scalpel. A conical a ...


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Carl T Becht: Pressure sensitive and working-gap controlled surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, April 17, 1984: US04442964 (382 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling instrument for suturing tissues or organs. The instrument is of the type having a fixed anvil jaw, a movable staple cartridge-carrying jaw shiftable toward and away from the anvil jaw, and a staple driver actuator shiftable to actuate the staple driver of the staple cartridge to ...


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Carl T Becht, Robert G Rothfuss: Surgical staple. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, April 14, 1981: US04261244 (326 worldwide citation)

A surgical staple for use in suturing the skin or fascia of a patient. The surgical staple has an elongated, substantially horizontal crown portion terminating in downwardly depending leg portions having points formed at their free ends. The staple, together with a plurality of identical surgical st ...


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Carl T Becht: Surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, April 8, 1980: US04196836 (122 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling instrument for forming and implanting a staple in the skin or fascia of a patient to close a wound or incision therein. The surgical stapling instrument is intended to be used with a staple carrying cartridge of the type taught in U.S. Pat. No. 4,043,504 and characterized by a st ...


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Carl T Becht: Ligating device. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, November 6, 1984: US04480640 (116 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a ligating device which includes a magazine housing containing a supply of ligating clips. The device has two handles and when these handles are squeezed together they clamp a ligating clip about a vessel to be ligated. When the handles are released, a linkage between one of the h ...


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James E Smith, Carl T Becht: Electro-mechanical impact device. Senco Products, Melville Strasser Foster & Hoffman, October 24, 1978: US04121745 (82 worldwide citation)

An electro-mechanical impact device, useful for driving nails, staples and other fastening elements. The driving member is driven by frictional engagement between a pair of counter-rotating high speed flywheels. The device has a safety provision whereby it cannot be actuated until the nose of the de ...


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Carl T Becht: Surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Melville Strasser Foster & Hoffman, August 29, 1978: US04109844 (53 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling instrument for forming and implanting a staple in the skin or fascia of a patient to close a wound or incision therein. The instrument comprises a handle portion and a nose portion. The nose portion houses a staple driver operable by an actuator pivotally associated with the hand ...


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James E Smith, Carl T Becht: Impact device. Senco Products, Melville Strasser Foster Frost & Jacobs, February 19, 1980: US04189080 (49 worldwide citation)

An impact device, useful for driving nails, staples and other fastening elements. The driving member is driven by frictional engagement with a rotating high speed flywheel. The device has a safety provision whereby it cannot be actuated until the nose of the device is pressed against a work piece. T ...


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Carl T Becht, J Charles Hueil: Disposable surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, December 18, 1979: US04179057 (47 worldwide citation)

A disposable surgical stapling instrument for forming and implanting surgical staples in the skin or fascia of a patient to close a wound or incision. The instrument comprises an elongated body having a forward portion and a rearward portion serving as a handle portion. The forward portion of instru ...


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Carl T Becht: Multiple impact fastener driving tool. Sencorp, Frost & Jacobs, December 2, 1986: US04625903 (41 worldwide citation)

A tool for driving fasteners by means of multiple impact blows. The tool comprises a body with a handle portion and a magazine portion, shiftable in directions parallel to said blows between an extended position substantially outside the body and a retracted position substantially within the body. A ...