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Fontayne Diego: Apparatus for applying surgical fasteners.. United States Surgical, April 27, 1994: EP0593920-A1 (706 worldwide citation)

Surgical apparatus (10) is provided for placing lateral lines of surgical fasteners into body tissue. The apparatus (10) includes an endoscopic body having an elongated proximal portion (12) and an articulating distal portion (14) which moves relative to the proximal portion (12). A cartridge assemb ...


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Walters Daniel A, Brooks Christopher J, Fontayne Diego Y: Medication delivery pen. Becton Dickinson Co, August 25, 1999: EP0937471-A2 (174 worldwide citation)

A medication delivery pen having a repeat-dose feature that limits motion of the dose control mechanism using an adjustable repeat-dose stop on the dose knob. In addition, the medication delivery pen also provides the user a simple mechanism for setting and correcting the dose and a drive mechanism ...


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Green David T, Bolanos Henry, Fontayne Diego, Sienkiewicz Henry, Lopez Isa Maria, Theroux Marc J, Robertson John Charles, Paul Joseph M, Gerry Stephen W, Young Wayne P: Apparatus and method for subcuticular stapling of body tissue. United States Surgical, July 23, 2002: JP2002-204801 (132 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an apparatus and method for subcuticular stapling of body tissue.SOLUTION: A fastener instrument for surgical operation for attaching adjacent two parts of cutaneous body tissue has at least one elongate rod-like fastener, an ejecting means for ejecting the elongate ...


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Green David T, Bolanos Henry, Fontayne Diego, Sienkiewicz Henry, Lopez Isa Maria, Theroux Marc J, Robertson John Charles, Paul Joseph M, Gerry Stephen W, Young Wayne P: Apparatus and method for subcuticular stapling of body tissue.. United States Surgical, September 1, 1993: EP0558031-A2 (37 worldwide citation)

A surgical apparatus 10 for attaching two portions of cutaneous body tissue includes a pair of opposed elongated members having jaws 12 which have tissue gripping members 18 thereon at one end and which are movable toward each other to a closed position to engage two body tissue portions positioned ...


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Fontayne Diego, Robertson John Charles, Van Leeuwen Timothy O, Pelletier Thomas A, Gerry Stephen W: Fragmentable ring applier.. United States Surgical, March 22, 1995: EP0643946-A2 (20 worldwide citation)

A novel surgical instrument 10 suitable for insertion and assembly of surgical fasteners, such as multi-ring compression devices, 94, 52, 72, for circular anastomosis of tubular or hollow organ tissue sections, including a body 17 having means 94, 46 to support and align the rings, means for clampin ...


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Correa Jose Luis, Fontayne Diego, Kirk Iii Karl Dallas, Collins Iii James T: Nasal mask. Ric Investments, December 22, 2004: EP1488820-A2 (12 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask assembly (B) having a nare seal (14) for enclosing the nares of a patient and a pair of lateral support members (16,18) for engaging the cheekbones of a patient and supporting the nasal mask assembly. The nasal mask assembly is interconnected with depending arms to an associated headgea ...


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Fontayne Diego, Bolanos Henry, Robertson John Charles, Vanleeuwen Timothy O, Pelletier Thomas A, Gerry Stephen W: Fragmentable ring applier.. United States Surgical, May 4, 1994: EP0595094-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

A novel surgical instrument (10) suitable for insertion and assembly of multi-ring compression devices (Fig. 19) for circular anastomosis of tubular tissue sections including a body (12) having means (14, 16) to support and align the rings, means (88) for clamping the rings around the free ends of t ...


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Correa Jose Luis, Fontayne Diego, Kirk Karl Dallas Iii, Collins James T Iii: Nasal mask and headgear. Respironics, May 10, 2000: EP0998319-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask assembly (B) having a nares seal (14), a pair of lateral support members (16, 18), an associated headgear assembly (C) where the mask assembly is interconnected to the headgear assembly so as to be adjustable linearly, and angularly with respect to the headgear assembly.


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Fontayne Diego Y: Surgical stapling system. Datascope Investment, Fontayne Diego Y, COHEN Robert B, December 8, 2005: WO/2005/115254 (2 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for joining two tubular structures by a surgical stapling procedure. The system includes a series of sizers (900), a specifically designed graft (10, 50), a loading unit (100) , a wand (300) , a surgical loop (400) and a stapling instrument (500). The sizers are for determining ...


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Correa Jose Luis, Fontayne Diego, Kirk Karl Dallas Iii, Collins James T Iii: Nasal mask and headgear. Respironics Georgia, BOSS Gerald R, February 4, 1999: WO/1999/004842 (2 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask assembly (B) having a nares seal (14), a pair of lateral support members (16, 18), an associated headgear assembly (C) where the mask assembly is interconnected to the headgear assembly so as to be adjustable linearly, and angularly with respect to the headgear assembly.