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Warren P Heim, Michael D Olichney, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical system. Team Medical, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, June 5, 2001: US06241723 (405 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical system is disclosed that applies electrical energy to obtain a predetermined surgical effect, while also reducing eschar deposits on a working surface of an electrosurgical instrument, producing an eschar deposit which is easily removed from the working surface and/or facilitating ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell, Michael D Olichney: Electrosurgical mode conversion system. Team Medical, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, February 17, 2004: US06692489 (153 worldwide citation)

A surgical system that applies electrical energy to obtain predetermined surgical effects while improving the control of the application of the energy that is supplied by electrosurgical generators. In one embodiment, a surgical assembly interfaces with and receives power from an electrosurgical gen ...


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Glenn A Horner, Scott A Miller, Warren P Heim, Larry K Blankenship, James L Brassell: Directed energy surgical method and assembly. The Larren Corporation, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, September 10, 1996: US05554172 (126 worldwide citation)

An improved directed energy surgical method and assembly is disclosed. The method and assembly contemplate the application of a directed energy stream to tissue and the application of a liquid mist stream to the tissue to reduce or eliminate smoke at the surgical site. The invention may be advantage ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell, Michael D Olichney: Electrosurgical mode conversion system. Surginetics, Hansen Huang Tech Law Group, February 13, 2007: US07175621 (105 worldwide citation)

A surgical system that applies electrical energy to obtain predetermined surgical effects while improving the control of the application of the energy that is supplied by electrosurgical generators. In one embodiment, a surgical assembly interfaces with and receives power from an electrosurgical gen ...


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Warren Paul Heim, Michael Olichney, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical instrument. Team Medical, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfoggle, March 18, 2003: US06533781 (62 worldwide citation)

An improved electrosurgical instrument and method is disclosed for reducing smoke generation at a surgical site. The electrosurgical instrument comprises a metal body having an outer insulating layer to reduce thermal/electrical discharge from non-functional portions of the instrument. In one aspect ...


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Warren Paul Heim, Scott Allan Miller III, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical system for reducing/removing eschar accumulations on electrosurgical instruments. Team Medical L L C, Holme Roberts & Owen, June 13, 2000: US06074387 (43 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical system is disclosed that applies electrical energy to obtain a predetermined surgical effect, while also reducing eschar deposits on a working surface of an electrosurgical instrument, producing an eschar deposit which is easily removed from the working surface and/or facilitating ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell, Michael Olichney: Electrosurgical instrument. Surginetics, Hansen Huang Tech Law Group, May 27, 2008: US07377919 (35 worldwide citation)

An improved insulating layer for electrosurgical instruments and its use for electrosurgical instruments for reducing smoke generation at a surgical site is disclosed. The insulating layer may include a ceramic material that is substantially sealed with a coating comprising substantially of a materi ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell: Battery powered electrosurgical system. Microline Surgical, Greenblum & Bernstein, March 1, 2011: US07896875 (24 worldwide citation)

An battery-powered electrosurgical instrument includes a blade having a conductor edge portion and insulation layer with geometric shapes and composition that concentrate electrosurgical energy and reduce or eliminate the production of smoke and eschar and reduce tissue damage, thereby providing mor ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical blade. Microline Surgical, Greenblum & Bernstein, May 3, 2011: US07935113 (2 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical blade includes a conductive element that is surrounded by an insulation layer except at a conductor edge portion of the conductive element. The conductor edge portion and insulation layer each have unique geometric shapes and composition of the parts to reduce or eliminate the pro ...


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Warren P Heim, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical instrument with needle electrode. Microline Surgical, Greenblum & Bernstein, January 11, 2011: US07867225 (1 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument includes a conductive element in the form of a needle that is surrounded by an insulation layer except at a conductor tip portion of the conductive element. The conductor tip portion and insulation layer each have unique geometric shapes and composition of the parts to ...