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Prashant R Bhadri, Charles DeBoer, Matthew McCormick, Ralph Kerns, Aaron Barnes, Mark S Humayun, Jaw Chyng Lormen Lue: Portable handheld illumination system. Doheny Eye Institute, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 8, 2012: US08172834 (6 worldwide citation)

Illumination systems are described that can include one or more light sources, which can include LEDs, one or more lenses, and one or more optical fibers. A handheld, portable, and surgical intraocular illumination system is disclosed that is disposable, low-cost, and efficient. A surgeon can have d ...


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Prashant Bhadri, Ralph Kerns, Jaw Chyng Lormen Lue, Matthew McCormick, Mark Humayun: Self contained illuminated infusion cannula systems and methods and devices. Doheny Eye Institute, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 28, 2015: US09089364 (1 worldwide citation)

A cannula is described having a housing, a first lumen, a second lumen, and a port capable of fluid communication with the first lumen. The second lumen configured to receive fluid from the first lumen and to direct the fluid to a surgical site. A light emitting diode light source is positionable wi ...


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Prashant R Bhadri, Charles DeBoer, Matthew McCormick, Ralph Kerns, Aaron Barnes, Mark S Humayun, Jaw Chyng Lormen Lue: Portable handheld illumination system. Doheny Eye Institute, Mcdermott Will & Emery, June 11, 2009: US20090146583-A1

Illumination systems are described that can include one or more light sources, which can include LEDs, one or more lenses, and one or more optical fibers. A handheld, portable, and surgical intraocular illumination system is disclosed that is disposable, low-cost, and efficient. A surgeon can have d ...


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Jaw Chyng Lormen Lue, Matthew McCormick, Ralph Kerns: Disposable handheld phacomorcellation device. Doheny Eye Institute, January 26, 2012: US20120022434-A1

Disposable handheld phacomorcellation devices and methods for removing lens fragments from an eye of a patient are disclosed. In one embodiment, the phacomorcellation device includes a stationary outer tubular cutting member and a rotatable inner cutting member positioned within the stationary outer ...


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Prashant Bhadri, Ralph Kerns, Jaw Chyng Lormen Lue, Matthew McCormick, Mark Humayun: Self contained illuminated infusion cannula systems and methods and devices. Doheny Eye Institute, November 17, 2011: US20110282160-A1

A cannula is described having a housing, a first lumen, a second lumen, and a port capable of fluid communication with the first lumen. The second lumen configured to receive fluid from the first lumen and to direct the fluid to a surgical site. A light emitting diode light source is positionable wi ...