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InBae Yoon: Surgical stapling system and method of applying staples from multiple staple cartridges. November 10, 1998: US05833695 (815 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling system includes a staple cartridge having a pair of generally coextensive cartridge bodies adapted to fit within opposed jaws of a stapling instrument and one or more staples carried by a first of the cartridge bodies in opposed relation to apertures or anvils formed in a second ...


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InBae Yoon: Safety puncturing instrument and method. Robert E Bushnell, August 20, 1985: US04535773 (756 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument 10 having a normally closed valve assembly 20 at its proximal end 28 which may be manually opened to receive an implement 40 terminating in a sharp blade 46 and point 48 for puncturing the wall 82 of an anatomical cavity 84. During penetration of a cavity wall, an inner sleeve ...


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InBae Yoon: Surgical stapler with curved jaws. August 12, 1997: US05655698 (706 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapler for applying multiple rows of surgical staples to biological tissue includes a pair of opposed jaws adapted to receive tissue therebetween, a plurality of surgical staples and staple-forming anvils carried by each jaw in alignment with the staples and staple-forming anvils carried ...


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InBae Yoon: Surgical staple cartridge. September 2, 1997: US05662260 (622 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapler for applying multiple rows of surgical staples to biological tissue includes a pair of opposed jaws adapted to receive tissue therebetween, a plurality of surgical staples and staple-forming anvils carried by each jaw in alignment with the staples and staple-forming anvils carried ...


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InBae Yoon: Suture tie device system and method for suturing anatomical tissue proximate an opening. December 26, 1995: US05478353 (536 worldwide citation)

An applicator for suturing openings such as puncture sites in anatomical tissue applies a suture tie device having at least two outwardly turned hooks to penetrate the tissue proximate the opening. A stem, and a plurality of legs extending distally and radially outward from the stem, support the hoo ...


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InBae Yoon: Surgical clip with ductile tissue penetrating members. April 15, 1997: US05620452 (533 worldwide citation)

A surgical clip for constricting anatomical vessels and organs includes at least two generally opposed arms extending from opposite ends of a base member, a plurality of apertures formed in one of the arms and a plurality of ductile tissue penetrating members carried by the other arm in opposed rela ...


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InBae Yoon: Surgical stapler. September 3, 1996: US05551622 (445 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapler for applying multiple rows of surgical staples to biological tissue includes a pair of opposed jaws adapted to receive tissue therebetween, a plurality of surgical staples and staple-forming anvils carried by each jaw in alignment with the staples and staple-forming anvils carried ...


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InBae Yoon: Suture spring device. September 22, 1998: US05810851 (443 worldwide citation)

A guide is used to position a suture spring device in anatomical tissue in an elastically deformed, expanded state and is subsequently removed to permit the suture spring device to move from the elastically deformed, expanded state toward a relaxed, contracted state to apply a predetermined compress ...


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InBae Yoon: Suture devices particularly useful in endoscopic surgery. June 29, 1993: US05222976 (432 worldwide citation)

Suture devices, particularly useful in endoscopic surgery, include a suture device made of bioabsorbable material having an elongate body member with a sharp distal end for penetrating tissue and means for locking the suture device in tissue to prevent forward and rearward movement and a suture devi ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Surgical instrument with multiple rotatably mounted offset end effectors and method of using the same. InBae Yoon, Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley, April 10, 2001: US06214028 (422 worldwide citation)

An instrument for operating on anatomical tissue includes a barrel having two or more driver therein which can be manipulated from a proximal end of the barrel. End effectors of each driver are offset from a rotatable shaft by a transverse arm. In an insertion position, the end effectors are confine ...



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