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Chris Philipp: Cordless, battery operated surical tool. Stryker Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis P C, May 5, 1998: US05747953 (314 worldwide citation)

A powered surgical tool includes a motor, a motor control module for controlling the actuation of the motor, and a trigger assembly for allowing the user to enter user-selected commands indicative of desired motor rotation. The trigger assembly includes a number of moving magnets located adjacent th ...


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Chris Philipp: Motor control circuit. Stryker Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis P C, January 11, 2000: US06013991 (76 worldwide citation)

A motor controller for regulating the application of current to the windings of a motor in order to both control the actuation of the motor rotor and the braking of the rotor. The motor controller includes a speed control circuit regenerating a signal representative of the user-selected speed, a dir ...


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Steve Carusillo, David M Nic, Chris Philipp, James G Walen: Cordless, powered surgical tool. Stryker Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis P C, November 1, 2005: US06960894 (40 worldwide citation)

A powered tool for performing surgical procedures. The tool includes a handpiece in which a power generating unit is housed. A control member is mounted to the handpiece. The control member is mounted to the handpiece so that the orientation of the control member can be selectively set relative to t ...


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Chris Philipp: Motor control circuit for regulating a D.C. motor. Stryker Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis P C, February 15, 2000: US06025683 (17 worldwide citation)

A motor control chip (62) for asserting the control signals used to regulate the energization of the windings of a DC motor. The motor control chip includes a tachometer (94) that receives pulsed signals that vary with the rotation of the motor rotor and that produces a pulse width modulated tachome ...


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Bruce D Henniges, Richard F Huyser, Douglas L Tyler Sr, Jerry A Culp, Chris Philipp, Donald M Malackowski, James G Walen, Dennis A Stratton, Paul A Welch, Steven J Carusillo, David S Goldenberg: Waste collection system for collecting solid medical waste including a loading station with a metal detection sensor and/or a bag-tensioning mechanism. Stryker Corporation, July 28, 2015: US09089318 (3 worldwide citation)

A solid medical waste collection system for collecting solid medical waste. The system includes a mobile cart with a bag for storing the waste. A pre-detection apparatus detects metal-containing objects prior to placing them inside the bag to reduce costs to the facility in which the cart is employe ...


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Bruce D Henniges, Richard F Huyser, Chris Philipp, Dennis Stratton: System and method for collecting medical waste that monitors the waste for objects that may have been inadvertantly discarded. STRYKER CORPORATION, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, September 25, 2018: US10083593 (1 worldwide citation)

A mobile cart that holds a bag for receiving solid waste generated during a medical or surgical procedure. The cart includes a sensor that monitors whether or not an object containing metal is placed in the bag. A processor monitors the signal output by the sensor. If the sensor signal indicates tha ...


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Bruce D Henniges, Richard F Huyser, Chris Philipp, Dennis Stratton: System and method for collecting medical waste that monitors the waste for objects that may have been inadvertantly discarded. Stryker Corporation, July 18, 2017: US09711033 (1 worldwide citation)

A mobile cart that holds a bag for receiving solid waste generated during a medical or surgical procedure. The cart includes a sensor that monitors whether or not an object containing metal is placed in the bag. A processor monitors the signal output by the sensor. If the sensor signal indicates tha ...


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Steve Carusillo, David M Nic, Chris Philipp, James G Walen: Cordless, powered surgical tool. Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis PC, February 5, 2004: US20040022527-A1

A powered tool for performing surgical procedures. The tool includes a handpiece in which a power generating unit is housed. A control member is mounted to the handpiece. The control member is mounted to the handpiece so that the orientation of the control member can be selectively set relative to t ...


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Bruce D Henniges, Richard F Huyser, Douglas L Tyler SR, Jerry A Culp, Chris Philipp, Donald M Malackowski, James G Walen, Dennis A Stratton, Paul A Welch, Steven J Carusillo, David S Goldenberg: Waste collection system for collecting solid medical waste including metal detection, pre-detection apparatus, and/or bag- tensioning mechanism. June 30, 2011: US20110156903-A1

A solid medical waste collection system for collecting solid medical waste. The system includes a mobile cart with a bag for storing the waste. A pre-detection apparatus detects metal-containing objects prior to placing them inside the bag to reduce costs to the facility in which the cart is employe ...