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Edward M Goldberg, Lev Melinyshyn, Alexander Poloyko: Device and method for providing protection from emboli and preventing occulsion of blood vessels. Uresil Corporation, Laff Whitesel Conte & Saret, October 6, 1992: US05152777 (441 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for providing protection from emboli and prevention of occlusion in blood vessels entailing the use of a temporarily emplaced, complaint and conformable trap which may be removed when medically necessary and which will not damage the architecture of the blood vessel.


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Mark C Goldberg, Lev Melinyshyn, Alexander Poloyko, Edward M Goldberg: Reservoir for enclosing and retrieving body specimens. UreSil Corporation, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, October 4, 1994: US05352184 (161 worldwide citation)

A specimen-receiving receptacle apparatus for use in minimally invasive surgical procedures can be remotely opened and closed from a proximal end of the apparatus, outside of the patient. The apparatus includes a belt having substantial longitudinal rigidity so that the belt can be forced longitudin ...


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Carl J Ryals, Stanley H Wong, Edward M Goldberg, Robert C Hudson: Method and apparatus for information acquistion, processing, and display within a medical camera system. ADAC Laboratories, July 11, 1995: US05431161 (124 worldwide citation)

A system for acquisition, processing and display of gated SPECT imaging data for use in diagnosing Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) in nuclear medicine. The present invention provides a physician with two parameters for evaluating CAD: information relating to the distribution of blood flow within the m ...


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Carl J Ryals, Stanley H Wong, Edward M Goldberg, Robert C Hudson: Method and apparatus for displaying data in a medical imaging system. ADAC Laboratories, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 8, 1998: US05803914 (118 worldwide citation)

A system for acquisition, processing and display of gated SPECT imaging data for use in diagnosing Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) in nuclear medicine. The present invention provides a physician with two parameters for evaluating CAD: information relating to the distribution of blood flow within the m ...


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Lev A Melinyshyn, Edward M Goldberg, Alexander Poloyko, David E Schucart: Minimally invasive body cavity penetrating instruments. Uresil Corporation, Laff Whitesel Conte & Saret, February 14, 1995: US05389077 (86 worldwide citation)

An instrument for penetrating into body cavities and potential spaces in preparation for the performance of minimally invasive surgical techniques in which an indicator is provided to assist the surgeon in determining when the instrument is properly placed thereby avoiding injury to vessels and unde ...


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Edward M Goldberg, Erik N Johnson, Lawrence R Miller: Method and apparatus for inspecting reticles implementing parallel processing. KLA Tencor, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, September 12, 2006: US07106895 (84 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus for analyzing a plurality of image portions of at least a region of a sample. The apparatus includes a plurality of processors arranged to receive and analyze at least one of the image portions, and the processors being arranged to operate in parallel. The apparatus also in ...


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Lev Melinyshyn, Edward M Goldberg: Multiple conduit drainage device. Uresil Corporation, Hosier & Sufrin, May 15, 1990: US04925452 (83 worldwide citation)

A multiple conduit flexible drainage device in which the adjacent conduits are joined by a plurality of membranes and may be parted from their proximal ends, reliably and without damage to the conduits.


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Edward M Goldberg, Seymour Bazell: Balloon catheter. UreSil Company, Hume Clement Brinks Willian & Olds, September 28, 1982: US04351341 (82 worldwide citation)

A balloon catheter for insertion in a body passage includes an elongated coil spring which defines a lumen. This coil spring is covered by a silicone covering which includes an extensible sheath, a strain relief collar affixed to the sheath, and a balloon tip affixed to the strain relief collar. The ...


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Edward M Goldberg: Electrical leads for cardiac stimulators and related methods and means. Hume Clement Brinks William Olds & Cook, January 4, 1977: US04000745 (69 worldwide citation)

The electrical leads for cardiac stimulators comprise an insulated electrical conductive section and a lead-in securing section including a helical member which may be screwed into the heart muscle. Preferably, there is interposed between these two sections a non-insulated electrical conducting sect ...


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Alexander Poloyko, Mark C Goldberg, Edward M Goldberg, Lev A Melinyshyn, David E Schucart: Surgical retractor and surgical method. UreSil Corporation, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, August 23, 1994: US05339801 (64 worldwide citation)

A surgical retractor having a plurality of widenable and narrowable blades of substantial width, having tissue-contacting surfaces that are not significantly narrower, in a collapsed position, than a guide tube for guiding the retractor blades through a surgical access port to a surgical site during ...