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Donald Cohen, Derek J Daw, George F Kick, George M Acosta: Method for tubal electroligation. Endovascular, John L Rogitz, September 17, 1996: US05556396 (243 worldwide citation)

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode which is electrically connected to a power source, and the electrode is percutaneously advanc ...


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Donald Cohen, Derek J Daw, George F Kick, George M Acosta: Apparatus and method for venous ligation. Endovascular, John L Rogitz, August 1, 1995: US05437664 (241 worldwide citation)

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode which is electrically connected to a power source, and the electrode is percutaneously advanc ...


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Derek J Daw, George M Acosta, John R Brustad: Apparatus for in situ saphenous vein bypass and less-invasive varicose vein treatment. Endovascular, John L Rogitz, August 19, 1997: US05658282 (87 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for in situ saphenous vein bypass includes an operating catheter which includes an optical fiber and an electrode, and a control catheter which includes a valvulotome. The operating catheter and control catheter are locked together and advanced through an incision in the leg. The cathet ...


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Donald Cohen, Derek J Daw, George F Kick, George M Acosta: Apparatus and method for venous ligation. Endovascular, John L Rogitz, July 1, 1997: US05643257 (60 worldwide citation)

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode which is electrically connected to a power source, and the electrode is percutaneously advanc ...


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Derek J Daw, George M Acosta, John R Brustad: Apparatus for in situ saphenous vein bypass and less-invasive varicose vein treatment. ESC Medical Systems, Eitan Pearl Latzer & Cohen Zedek, July 31, 2001: US06267758 (47 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for in situ saphenous vein bypass includes an operating catheter which includes an optical fiber and an electrode, and a control catheter which includes a valvulotome. The operating catheter and control catheter are locked together and advanced through an incision in the leg. The cathet ...


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George M Acosta, Derek J Daw: Ultrasonic tissue resector for neurosurgery. Neuro Navigational, John L Rogitz, June 30, 1998: US05772627 (41 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic tissue resector is slidably engaged with a working channel of a flexible neuroendoscope for resecting brain tumors, cysts, hematomas, and herniated spinal discs. The resector includes a piezoelectric transducer for generating ultrasonic energy. The ultrasonic energy is coupled to an ul ...


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Derek J Daw, William R Patterson, Stephen E Myrick, Jeffrey L Creech, Vincent Divino Jr, Gregory P Watson, Paul J Zalesky: Method for enriching a bodily fluid with a gas. TherOx, Margaret A Kivinski, December 13, 2005: US06974435 (17 worldwide citation)

A system utilizes an oxygenation device to generate a gas-enriched physiologic fluid and to combine it with a bodily fluid to create a gas-enriched bodily fluid. The oxygenation device may take the form of a disposable cartridge, which is placed within an enclosure. An electronic controller manages ...


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Mark S Buhr, Adib G Daoud, Derek J Daw, John E Merritt: Apparatus for high pressure fluid filtration. TherOx, Margaret A Kivinski, February 12, 2002: US06346192 (15 worldwide citation)

A bacterial fluid filter includes a filter element supported by a backing member. The filter element and backing member are sealed, e.g., with one or more o-ring seals, in a housing to provide a filter assembly capable of filtering fluid under relatively high pressure. In one embodiment, a filter el ...


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Mark S Buhr, Adib G Daoud, Derek J Daw, John E Merritt: Apparatus for high pressure fluid filtration. TherOx, Margaret A Kivinski, August 12, 2003: US06605217 (4 worldwide citation)

A bacterial fluid filter includes a filter element supported by a backing member. The filter element and backing member are sealed, e.g., with one or more o-ring seals, in a housing to provide a filter assembly capable of filtering fluid under relatively high pressure. In one embodiment, a filter el ...


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Mark S Buhr, Adib G Daoud, Derek J Daw, John E Merritt: Apparatus for high pressure fluid filtration. Therox, June 13, 2002: US20020070182-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A bacterial fluid filter includes a filter element supported by a backing member. The filter element and backing member are sealed, e.g., with one or more o-ring seals, in a housing to provide a filter assembly capable of filtering fluid under relatively high pressure. In one embodiment, a filter el ...