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Penny Keith, Amoah Francis, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electro surgical instrument and electrosurgical tool converter. Gyrus Medical, May 15, 2001: JP2001-128990 (814 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrosurgical instrument and an electrosurgical tool converter capable of limiting the supply of energy to a place of a requesting tissue without giving an excessive damage to the tissue. SOLUTION: This electrosurgical instrument has coaxial inner and outer cyli ...


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Goble Nigel Mark, Goble Colin Charles Owen: An electrosurgical generator and system. Gyrus Medical, January 22, 1997: EP0754437-A2 (776 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical system including an electrode assembly having two electrodes for use immersed in an electrically conductive fluid has a generator with control circuitry for rapidly reducing the delivered radio frequency output power by at least 50% within approximately 100 mu s, corresponding to ...


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Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electrosurgery system and method. Gyrus Medical, November 22, 2000: EP1053720-A1 (692 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator has output terminals for connection to active and return electrodes respectively of an electrosurgical instrument and, connected to the output terminals via at least one isolation capacitor, a radio frequency (r.f.) source which may be pulsed by a pulsing circuit. To per ...


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Goble Nigel Mark, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electrosurgical apparatus. Gyrus Medical, January 31, 1996: EP0694290-A2 (680 worldwide citation)

In electrosurgical apparatus for tissue desiccation and cutting, an electrosurgical generator has a series-connected output inductor (L) which forms a series resonant circuit with the capacitance (CL) of the generator load, the load including an electrode unit and a cable coupled to the generator ou ...


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Goble Nigel Mark, Goble Colin Charles Owen, Syrop Alain Nigel: An electrosurgical instrument. Gyrus Medical, June 23, 1999: EP0923907-A1 (595 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument for the treatment of tissue comprises an instrument shaft and an electrode assembly at the distal end of the shaft. The electrode assembly comprises an active electrode (11, 21) having a tissue treatment portion, a return electrode (12, 22) and an insulating member (14, ...


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Goble Nigel Mark, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Laparoscopic surgical instrument.. Gyrus Medical, November 9, 1994: EP0623316-A1 (575 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic surgical instrument which may be in the form of forceps or a cutter has, at the end of a hollow tube (10) for introduction through the body cavity wall, a housing (14A, 14B), a pair of pivotally mounted metallic jaws (12A, 12B), a reciprocable control rod (18) in the tube (10), and an ...


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Goble Nigel Mark, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electrosurgical apparatus for laporoscopy and similar interventions.. Gyrus Medical, May 3, 1995: EP0650701-A1 (568 worldwide citation)

An electrode assembly (12) for an electrosurgical instrument has an elongate tubular shaft (12S) with electrodes (12E) mounted on a distal end and, on a proximal end of the shaft, means (12M) for detachably mounting the assembly in a handpiece (10) of the instrument. Electrical conductors (20) pass ...


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Goble Colin Charles Owen, Amoah Francis, Bedford Mark: Electrosurgery system and instrument. Gyrus Medical, September 13, 2000: EP1034747-A1 (566 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument has a handpiece, an elongate shaft (22) mounted to the handpiece and including electrical supply conductors (24, 26) and, located at the distal end of the shaft, an active electrode (12) and a return electrode (14). Housed at the distal end of the shaft is a frequency u ...


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Penny Keith, Amoah Francis Egyin, Goble Colin Charles Owen: An electrosurgical instrument. Gyrus Medical, November 29, 2000: EP1055400-A1 (562 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument has coaxial inner and outer tubular members (1,2) made of a conductive material to form a coaxial transmission line. The inner member (1) is preferably dimensioned to receive a laparoscopic tool with the working elements of the tool projecting beyond a distal end (1D) o ...


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Goble Colin Charles Owen, Amoah Francis, Gobel Nigel Mark: Uhf electrosurgery system. Gyrus Medical, September 13, 2000: EP1034748-A1 (558 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgery system has an electrosurgical generator operable to generate electrosurgical power at a frequency in the UHF band (typically 2.45 GHz), a feed structure, and an electrode assembly for delivering the electrosurgical power to tissue to be cut. The electrode assembly has an elongate a ...