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Robert G Rothfuss, Federico Bilotti, Hector Chow, J Charles Hueil, Narinderjit S Sambi: Disposable linear surgical stapler. Senmed, Wood Herron & Evans, September 9, 1986: US04610383 (924 worldwide citation)

A disposable linear surgical stapler includes a handle, anvil, staple cartridge and flexible shaft attaching the handle to the cartridge and transmitting a firing force exerted at the handle to the distant cartridge for sequentially implanting, forming and clinching staples in two staggered staple l ...


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J Charles Hueil, Robert G Rothfuss: Staple cartridge and feed means for use with a surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Melville Strasser Foster & Hoffman, August 23, 1977: US04043504 (131 worldwide citation)

A staple cartridge and feed means for use with a surgical stapling instrument of the type having an anvil about which a staple is formed during emplacement thereof in the skin or fascia of a patient. The cartridge comprises a body having a vertical staple feeding track adapted to hold a stack of sta ...


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Carl T Becht, J Charles Hueil: Disposable surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Frost & Jacobs, December 18, 1979: US04179057 (47 worldwide citation)

A disposable surgical stapling instrument for forming and implanting surgical staples in the skin or fascia of a patient to close a wound or incision. The instrument comprises an elongated body having a forward portion and a rearward portion serving as a handle portion. The forward portion of instru ...


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John P Crutcher, J Charles Hueil, Donald D Juska: Electro-mechanical fastener driving tool. Sencorp, Frost & Jacobs, October 23, 1990: US04964558 (46 worldwide citation)

An electromechanical flywheel containing fastener driving tool. The tool comprises a frame supporting a housing, a guide body and a fastener containing magazine. A free floating driver within said frame. Forward and rearward flywheels are arranged in tandem within the tool frame with their periphera ...


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J Charles Hueil, Robert G Rothfuss, Terry A Boothby: Anvil attachment for a surgical stapling instrument. Senco Products, Melville Strasser Foster & Hoffman now Frost & Jacobs, December 25, 1979: US04180196 (12 worldwide citation)

An anvil attachment for the nose portion of a surgical stapling instrument of the type utilizing a replaceable cartridge of surgical staples. The anvil attachment is generally "L-shaped". A first leg of the anvil attachment is adapted to lie along and to be affixed to the nose portion of the surgica ...


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James W Voegele, Wells D Haberstich, J Charles Hueil, John V Hunt, Ronald J Kolata, Anil K Nalagatla, Daniel W Price, Christopher W Widenhouse, Craig N Faller, Bennie Thompson, John W Sheets Jr: Form in place fasteners. Ehticon Endo Surgery, Frost Brown Todd, July 13, 2010: US07753936 (2 worldwide citation)

A fastening device for clamping and fastening tissue together with fasteners formed from an adhesive is disclosed. An embodiment of the adhesive fastening device can clamp a first and a second portion of tissue together between a first and a second jaw, and can place a fluid polymer adhesive into ti ...


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James W Voegele, Wells D Haberstitch, J Charles Hueil, John V Hunt, Ronald J Kolata, Anil K Nalagatla, Daniel W Price, Christopher W Widenhouse, Graig N Faller, Bennie Thompson, John W Sheets: Form in place fasteners. Frost Brown Todd, May 15, 2008: US20080114381-A1

A fastening device for clamping and fastening tissue together with fasteners formed from an adhesive is disclosed. An embodiment of the adhesive fastening device can clamp a first and a second portion of tissue together between a first and a second jaw, and can place a fluid polymer adhesive into ti ...