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David C Auth, Eric A Opie, Dale M Lawrence: Multipolar electrosurgical device and method. American Hospital Supply Corporation, Perman & Green, August 6, 1985: US04532924 (537 worldwide citation)

A multipolar electrosurgical device is described for use in neurosurgery or through the channel of an endoscope or other precision surgery procedures. The device is formed with an insulative probe body, which, in the described embodiment, is sized to pass through a channel of an endoscope to enable ...


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David C Auth, Dale M Lawrence, Tim R Majoch: Fast pulse thermal cautery probe. Regents of the University of Washington, Seed and Berry, April 15, 1986: US04582057 (187 worldwide citation)

A miniaturized, endoscopically deliverable thermal cautery probe for cauterizing internal vessels. The probe is applied to tissues cold, and a large number of electric heating pulses of equal energy are then applied to an internal heating element in the probe. The probe has an internal heating eleme ...


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David C Auth, Dale M Lawrence, Tim R Majoch: Thermal cautery system. Board of Regents University of Washington, Seed and Berry, September 8, 1987: US04691703 (164 worldwide citation)

A thermal cautery system having an endoscopically deliverable probe connected to a power supply and display unit. The power supply and display unit, when triggered by a footswitch, energizes a voltage regulator having a current limited output that supplies power to the probe. The current limiting fu ...


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David C Auth, Dale M Lawrence, Tim R Majoch: Fast pulse thermal cautery probe and method. University of Washington, Seed and Berry, May 22, 1984: US04449528 (121 worldwide citation)

A miniaturized, endoscopically deliverable thermal cautery probe for cauterizing internal vessels. The probe is applied to tissues cold, and a large number of electric heating pulses of equal energy are then applied to an internal heating element in the probe. The probe has an internal heating eleme ...


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Elric W Saaski, Dale M Lawrence: Micromachined fluid handling devices. Research International, Gregory W Moravan, November 24, 1998: US05839467 (89 worldwide citation)

The fluid handling devices are capable of accurately handling substantially continuous fluid flow rates as low as about 0.01 cc/day. The devices are so miniaturized, corrosion-resistant and non-toxic that they are suitable for being implanted in the human body; and are capable of being mass produced ...


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Elric W Saaski, Dale M Lawrence: Methods for manufacturing a flow switch. Research International, Gregory W Moravan, December 30, 1997: US05702618 (67 worldwide citation)

The fluid handling devices are capable of accurately handling substantially continuous fluid flow rates as low as about 0.01 cc/day. The devices are so miniaturized, corrosion-resistant and on-toxic that they are suitable for being implanted in the human body; and are capable of being mass produced ...


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Elric W Saaski, Dale M Lawrence: Micromachined fluid handling apparatus with filter. Research International, Gregory W Moravan, August 26, 1997: US05660728 (42 worldwide citation)

The fluid handling devices are capable of accurately handling substantially continuous fluid flow rates as low as about 0.01 cc/day. The devices are so miniaturized, corrosion-resistant and non-toxic that they are suitable for being implanted in the human body; and are capable of being mass produced ...


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Elric W Saaski, David A McCrae, James C Hartl, Dale M Lawrence, Roger A Wolthuis: Optical pH and gas concentration sensor. MetriCor, Seed and Berry, August 13, 1991: US05039492 (37 worldwide citation)

An optical pH sensor and a gas sensor utilizing the pH sensor. The pH sensor includes an indicator whose absorbance is a function of the concentration of hydronium ions in a media surrounding the indicator. Light transmitted and reflected through the indicator of the sensor undergoes an absorption t ...


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Elric W Saaski, Dale M Lawrence: Methods for manufacturing a filter. Research International, Gregory W Moravan, December 17, 1996: US05585011 (25 worldwide citation)

The fluid handling devices are capable of accurately handling substantially continuous fluid flow rates as low as about 0.01 cc/day. The devices are so miniaturized, corrosion-resistant and non-toxic that they are suitable for being implanted in the human body; and are capable of being mass produced ...


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Elric W Saaski, Dale M Lawrence: Optically resonant sensor with increased monotonic range. MetriCor, K McNeill Taylor Jr, January 8, 1991: US04983824 (24 worldwide citation)

A variable gap optical sensor device with a pair of opposed reflective surfaces and having a periodic response function. The sensor includes stiffening means or limiting means intermediate the reflective surfaces to diminish the potential variation in the gap between the reflective surfaces and ther ...



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