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Sean T Dycus, Dax D Brown, David Farascioni, Michael Primavera, David Fowler: Vessel sealer and divider. Sherwood Sevices, September 5, 2006: US07101372 (344 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument includes a housing having a shaft attached thereto which connects a pair of first and second jaw members such that the jaw members are movable relative to one another to grasp tissue therebetween. The instrument also includes a four-bar handle assembly attached to the h ...


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Sean T Dycus, Dax D Brown, David Farascioni, Michael Primavera, David Fowler: Vessel sealer and divider. Sherwood Services, September 5, 2006: US07101373 (323 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument includes a housing having a shaft attached thereto which connects a pair of first and second jaw members in an opposing manner relative to one another. The jaw members are movable relative to one another from a first open position wherein the jaw members are disposed in ...


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Sean T Dycus, David Farascioni: Vessel sealer and divider. Sherwood Services, October 10, 2006: US07118587 (296 worldwide citation)

A electrosurgical instrument includes a housing having a shaft attached thereto which connects a pair of first and second jaw members in an opposing manner relative to one another. The jaw members are movable relative to one another from a first open position wherein the jaw members are disposed in ...


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David Farascioni, George M Chelednik, Christopher F Klecher, Paul A Matula: Biopsy apparatus and method. United States Surgical Corporation, November 7, 2000: US06142955 (277 worldwide citation)

A surgical biopsy apparatus is provided which includes a housing; a first elongated tubular member removably mounted in the housing and defining a fluid passageway therein, the first elongated tubular member including: a tapered closed distal end portion adapted to penetrate tissue; a laterally disp ...


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Paul A Scirica, Charles R Sherts, Richard Yagami, David Farascioni: Surgical suturing apparatus. United States Surgical, August 17, 1999: US05938668 (235 worldwide citation)

The surgical suturing apparatus is configured to pass a surgical suturing needle having an associated length of suture material attached thereto between opposed pairs of jaws. The surgical suturing apparatus generally includes a housing having an elongated tubular portion extending distally therefro ...


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David Farascioni, Dino Kasvikis, Paul A Scirica, Danyel Racenet, Michael Robbins: Surgical instrument having an asymmetric dynamic clamping member. Tyco Healthcare Group, August 2, 2011: US07988028 (221 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is disclosed. The surgical instrument includes a handle assembly, a drive assembly, an endoscopic portion, a pair of jaw members, a dynamic clamping member, and a tissue stop. The drive assembly is disposed in mechanical cooperation with a movable handle of the handle assembly. ...


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David Farascioni: Tissue stop for surgical instrument. Tyco Healthcare Group, March 1, 2011: US07896214 (215 worldwide citation)

A surgical including a handle assembly, an elongated portion, an end effector, and a stop member is disclosed. The elongated portion extends distally from the handle assembly. The end effector is disposed adjacent a distal portion of the elongated portion and includes a first jaw member and a second ...


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Corbett W Stone, Stephen W Zlock, David Farascioni: Mechanism for endoscopic suturing device. United States Surgical Corporation, December 26, 1995: US05478345 (211 worldwide citation)

A loading unit is disclosed for supplying multiple surgical needles or surgical incision members and associated lengths of suture material for positioning the needle or surgical incision member within the jaws of a surgical suturing apparatus. The loading unit generally includes a body portion havin ...


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Dino Kasvikis, Danyel J, David Farascioni, Thomas Wenchell, Philip C Roy: Surgical stapling instrument with independent sequential firing. Tyco Healthcare Group, September 13, 2011: US08016176 (208 worldwide citation)

An end effector for a surgical fastener applying instrument including a first jaw member and a second jaw member. The second jaw member includes first and second cartridges each containing a plurality of surgical fasteners, wherein each of the first and second cartridges is configured to move indepe ...


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Dino Kasvikis, Danyel J, David Farascioni, Thomas Wenchell, Philip C Roy: Surgical stapling instrument with independent sequential firing. Tyco Healthcare Group, May 8, 2012: US08172122 (204 worldwide citation)

An end effector for a surgical fastener applying instrument including a first jaw member and a second jaw member. The second jaw member includes first and second cartridges each containing a plurality of surgical fasteners, wherein each of the first and second cartridges is configured to move indepe ...