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Elliott Rothberg, William Gil De Montes, James M Zardeskas, David I Freed, Michael J Magill, Satish Sharma, Jon Gingrich, Edward Boarini: Endoscopic instruments. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, June 25, 2013: US08469993 (3 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention include a medical device with one or more of a variety of features. More particularly, embodiments of the invention relate to endoscopic devices that include one or more features that improve the use of the device. Examples of such features include chamfered edges and co ...


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Elliott Rothberg, William Gil DeMontes, James M Zardeskas, David I Freed, Michael J Magill, Satish Sharma, Jon Gingrich, Edward Boarini: Endoscopic instruments and methods of manufacture. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, June 20, 2017: US09681857

Embodiments of the invention include a medical device with one or more of a variety of features. More particularly, embodiments of the invention relate to endoscopic devices that include one or more features that improve the use of the device. Examples of such features include chamfered edges and co ...


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David I Freed, Malka S Berndt, Michael J Magill, Otto E Anderhub, Osiris A Nunez, Boris Kesler, Gerardo S Martin, Christopher D Endara, James M Zardeskas, Oscar Carrillo, Satish Sharma: Instrument with sealing device and methods of advancing fluid therethrough. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, January 7, 2014: US08623045

Embodiments of the invention include a medical instrument with a sealing device. In embodiments, the medical instrument is endoscopic device having a seal between an elongate shaft member and/or on a portion of a handle to, for example, prevent flow communication between a lumen of the elongate memb ...


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David I Freed, Malka S Berndt, Michael J Magill, Otto E Anderhub, Osiris A Nunez, Boris Kesler, Gerardo S Martin, Christopher D Endara, James M Zardeskas, Oscar Carrillo, Satish Sharma: Instrument with sealing device and methods of advancing fluid therethrough. Boston Scientific Scimed, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, July 31, 2012: US08231652

Embodiments of the invention include a medical instrument with a sealing device. In embodiments, the medical instrument is an endoscopic device having a seal between an elongate shaft member and/or on a portion of a handle to, for example, prevent flow communication between a lumen of the elongate m ...


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Elliott Rothberg, William Gil De Montes, James M Zardeskas, David I Freed, Michael J Magill, Satish Sharma, Jon Gingrich, Edward Boarini: Endoscopic instruments. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, December 23, 2004: US20040260198-A1

Embodiments of the invention include a medical device with one or more of a variety of features. More particularly, embodiments of the invention relate to endoscopic devices that include one or more features that improve the use of the device. Examples of such features include chamfered edges and co ...


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David I Freed, Malka S Berndt, Michael J Magill, Otto E Anderhub, Osiris A Nunez, Boris Kesler, Gerardo S Martin, Christopher D Endara, James M Zardeskas, Oscar Carrillo, Satish Sharma: Instrument with sealing device and methods of advancing fluid therethrough. Scimed Life Systems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, October 27, 2005: US20050240218-A1

Embodiments of the invention include a medical instrument with a sealing device. In embodiments, the medical instrument is an endoscopic device having a seal between an elongate shaft member and/or on a portion of a handle to, for example, prevent flow communication between a lumen of the elongate m ...


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David I FREED, Malka S Berndt, Michael J Magill, Otto E Anderhub, Osiris A Nunez, Boris Kesler, Gerardo S Martin, Christopher D Endara, James M Zardeskas, Oscar Carrillo, Satish Sharma: Instrument with sealing device and methods of advancing fluid therethrough. Boston Scientific Scimed, November 8, 2012: US20120283512-A1

Embodiments of the invention include a medical instrument with a sealing device. In embodiments, the medical instrument is endoscopic device having a seal between an elongate shaft member and/or on a portion of a handle to, for example, prevent flow communication between a lumen of the elongate memb ...