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Yulun Wang, Darrin R Uecker, Charles S Jordan, James W Wright, Keith Phillip Laby, Jeff D Wilson: Method and apparatus for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. Computer Motion, January 5, 1999: US05855583 (730 worldwide citation)

A system for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. The system includes a pair of surgical instruments that are coupled to a pair of robotic arms. The instruments have end effectors that can be manipulated to hold and suture tissue. The robotic arms are coupled to a pair of master handles ...


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Yulun Wang, Darrin R Uecker, Keith Phillip Laby, Jeff Wilson, Steve Jordan, James Wright: Method and apparatus for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, June 9, 1998: US05762458 (534 worldwide citation)

A system for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. The system includes a pair of surgical instruments that are coupled to a pair of robotic arms. The instruments have end effectors that can be manipulated to hold and suture tissue. The robotic arms are coupled to a pair of master handles ...


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Yulun Wang, Darrin R Uecker, Charles S Jordan, James W Wright, Keith Phillip Laby, Jeff D Wilson, Modjtaba Ghoudoussi: Method and apparatus for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. Computer Motion, Irell & Manella, October 10, 2006: US07118582 (422 worldwide citation)

A medical system which has a robotic arm that can move a surgical instrument. The surgical instrument is coupled to a tool driver of the arm that allows for a quick connect and disconnect of the instrument. The system does not require any tools to attach the surgical instrument to the tool driver. T ...


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Yulun Wang, Keith Phillip Laby: Automated endoscope system for optimal positioning. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 25, 1999: US05907664 (324 worldwide citation)

A robotic system that moves a surgical instrument in response to the actuation of a foot pedal that can be operated by the foot of a surgeon. The robotic system has an end effector that is adapted to hold a surgical instrument such as an endoscope. The end effector is coupled to a robotic arm assemb ...


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Yulun Wang, Keith Phillip Laby: Automated endoscope system optimal positioning. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 12, 1997: US05657429 (280 worldwide citation)

A robotic system that moves a surgical instrument in response to the actuation of a control panel that can be operated by a surgeon. The robotic system has an end effector that is adapted to hold a surgical instrument such as an endoscope. The end effector is coupled to a robotic arm assembly which ...


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Yulun Wang, Keith Phillip Laby: Automated endoscope system for optimal positioning. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 29, 1998: US05815640 (262 worldwide citation)

A robotic system that moves a surgical instrument in response to the actuation of a foot pedal that can be operated by the foot of a surgeon. The robotic system has an end effector that is adapted to hold a surgical instrument such as an endoscope. The end effector is coupled to a robotic arm assemb ...


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Yulun Wang, Keith Phillip Laby, Charles S Jordan, Steven Edward Butner, Jonathan Southard: Medical tele-robotic system. InTouch Health, Irell & Manella, August 2, 2005: US06925357 (233 worldwide citation)

A robotic system that includes a remote controlled robot. The robot may include a camera, a monitor and a holonomic platform all attached to a robot housing. The robot may be controlled by a remote control station that also has a camera and a monitor. The remote control station may be linked to a ba ...


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Yulun Wang, Henry Anthony del Giudice, Keith Phillip Laby: Automated endoscope for optimal positioning. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 19, 1998: US05754741 (225 worldwide citation)

A robotic system that moves a surgical instrument in response to the actuation of a foot pedal that can be operated by the foot of a surgeon. The robotic system has an end effector that is adapted to hold a surgical instrument such as an endoscope. The end effector is coupled to a robotic arm assemb ...


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Yulun Wang, Darrin R Uecker, Keith Phillip Laby, Jeff Wilson, Steve Jordan, James Wright: Method and apparatus for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 14, 1999: US06001108 (192 worldwide citation)

A system for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. The system includes a pair of surgical instruments that are coupled to a pair of robotic arms. The instruments have end effectors that can be manipulated to hold and suture tissue. The robotic arms are coupled to a pair of master handles ...


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Yulun Wang, Darrin R Uecker, Charles S Jordan, James W Wright, Keith Phillip Laby, Jeff D Wilson, Modjtaba Ghoudoussi: Method and apparatus for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. Computer Motion, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 28, 1999: US06007550 (160 worldwide citation)

A system for performing minimally invasive cardiac procedures. The system includes a pair of surgical instruments that are coupled to a pair of robotic arms. The instruments have end effectors that can be manipulated to hold and suture tissue. The robotic arms are coupled to a pair of master handles ...