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Harrith M Hasson: Multiple use forceps for endoscopy. Wood Phillips VanSanten Hoffman & Ertel, May 18, 1993: US05211655 (366 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument having a body with a rear proximal end and a forward distal end and a grip assembly attached to the body for facilitating holding and manipulation of the surgical instrument by the hand of a user. The grip assembly has front and rear handles that are movable relative to each ot ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Laparoscopic cannula. Wood Phillips Mason Recktenwald & VanSanten, March 26, 1991: US05002557 (296 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic cannula is provided having a sleeve defining a hollow passageway through which a surgical instrument can be directed and having a proximal end and a distal end which projects into a cavity with the sleeve in its operative position, expandable structure at the distal end of the sleeve ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Rotational surgical instrument. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, August 2, 1988: US04760848 (239 worldwide citation)

An instrument according to the present invention comprises a casing, an exposed working head with an associated movable element, an actuating link slidably mounted relative to the casing for moving the element and an actuator mechanism with a control portion for sliding the actuating link. The actua ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Intra-abdominal organ stabilizer, retractor and tissue manipulator. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, May 17, 1988: US04744363 (228 worldwide citation)

An intra-abdominal organ stabilizer, manipulator and retractor includes an elongated tube for insertion through an introducer into an abdominal cavity. A rod is telescopingly received and axially movable within the tube. A stabilizer tip is secured to the distal end of the rod and axially movable th ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Apparatus for delivering a suture into a body cavity and method of using the apparatus. Harrith M Hasson, Wood Phillips VanSanten Hoffman & Ertel, June 7, 1994: US05318578 (213 worldwide citation)

An instrument for delivering a pre-tied suture assembly, having a needle carrying a thread with a noose thereon, into a body cavity. The needle has a pointed free end to puncture a tissue and guide movement of the needle and thread therethrough. The instrument has an elongate body with proximal and ...


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Harrith M Hasson, Scott C Marlow, Herbert F D Alo, Clifford A Marlow: Laparoscopic cannula. Wood Phillips VanSanten Hoffman and Ertel, January 5, 1993: US05176697 (196 worldwide citation)

A cannula for extension through a tissue into a cavity and having: a cylindrical sleeve defining a hollow passageway through which a surgical instrument can be directed, with the sleeve having a) a proximal end to be manipulated by a user in directing the sleeve into an operative position through th ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Support jig for a surgical instrument. Wood Phillips VanSanten Hoffman & Ertel, April 13, 1993: US05201742 (191 worldwide citation)

A jig for consistently orienting surgical instrument. The jig has a base for placement against a tissue in the vicinity of where a surgical procedure is to be performed, a yoke, an instrument support sleeve on the yoke and defining a passageway for the introduction of a surgical instrument to be ins ...


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Harrith M Hasson, Nick Lakatos: Sealing structure for medical instrument. Wood Phillips VanSanten Clark & Mortimer, April 28, 1998: US05743884 (167 worldwide citation)

A sealing structure for an elongate medical instrument. The sealing structure includes a first sealing member having a first body with oppositely facing first and second surfaces and a peripheral edge and a second sealing member having a second body with oppositely facing third and fourth surfaces a ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Template incision device. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, October 10, 1989: US04872456 (164 worldwide citation)

A device for use in laser surgery has a first jaw and a second jaw pivotable to engage the first jaw to clamp tissue therebetween. The first and second jaws may be manually pivoted and secured together for clamping. The second jaw has a slot therethrough which is open to the first jaw to provide a g ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Multi-pronged laparoscopy forceps. Norman Lettvin, November 20, 1979: US04174715 (161 worldwide citation)

Multi-pronged spring-loaded laparoscopy instruments are provided for use in tubal sterilization, ovarian mobilization and biopsy. The instruments include three or four expandable prongs for holding tissue in a stable position. The instrument may be provided with a plug for access to an inner biopsy ...