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Malcolm D Heaven, Michael Schuler: Specimen reduction device. Advanced Surgical, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, July 19, 1994: US05330483 (97 worldwide citation)

A medical device and method of using the device such as during laparascopic procedures for reducing the size of specimens so that they can be removed from the body by a minimally invasive surgical technique. The device is thermally activated and is useable in conjunction with or as part of a tissue ...


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Michael Schuler, Eberhard H Thyen: Molded suture package. Ethicon, W R Eberhardt, August 3, 1976: US03972418 (85 worldwide citation)

A laminated molded sterilizable package for sutures is constructed of a first molded sheet and a second cover sheet. The molded sheet has a centrally located needle chamber recess and a long, narrow suture channel extending outward of and in a generally spiral path around the needle chamber. In a pr ...


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Michael Schuler: Surgical instrument for suturing tissues and organs. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, September 11, 1984: US04470533 (75 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to surgical instruments used for suturing or stapling tissues and organs.


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Harvey B Mandel, Michael Schuler: Package for double-armed sutures with self-centering pledgets. Ethicon, Wayne R Eberhardt, July 12, 1977: US04034850 (51 worldwide citation)

A package for double-armed sutures equipped with a pledget and means for centering the pledget on the suture during removal of the suture from the package. The package comprises a double-armed suture in a storage compartment with the armed ends of the suture extending out of the compartment, a pledg ...


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Arthur A Gertzman, Barbara L Merboth, Michael Schuler, Anton J Steiner, Eric J Semler, Judith I Yannariello Brown: Vertebral disc repair. Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, Greenberg Traurig, February 1, 2011: US07879103 (39 worldwide citation)

A sterile implant for treatment of a spinal disc defect comprising an allograft cortical bone demineralized to a Type I collagen having a specific shape which is treated to eliminate osteoinductivity. The implant is lyophilized and compressed into smaller first shape which 20 to 80% from its origina ...


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Stephen J Jewusiak, Howard Beroff, Michael Schuler: Cartridge for hemostatic clips. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, October 13, 1981: US04294355 (35 worldwide citation)

A cartridge for holding a plurality of plastic, snap-closure hemostatic clips in a manner which allows each clip to be individually loaded into a forceps-type clip applier. The cartridge consists of an elongated body having a stepped central rail on which open clips are positioned with the head of t ...


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David I Flower, Michael Schuler: Dispenser box for packages of sterile sutures. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, September 20, 1983: US04405044 (26 worldwide citation)

A dispenser for packages of sterile suture materials. The dispenser will dispense either single packages or a plurality of packages. The dispenser has means for determining the quantity of sutures remaining in the dispenser.


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Michael Clauss, Dirk Nissen, Jochen Scheurich, Werner Steinbacher, Rainer Zahn, Michael Schuler: Apparatus for pelletizing strands of polymer. Rieter Automatik, Banner & Witcoff, August 6, 2002: US06428298 (9 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for pelletizing strands of polymer emerging in molten form from dies with a pelletizer, in which apparatus a cooling section carrying a coolant flow and a dewatering section are provided between the dies and the pelletizer, a running-in rest being arranged upstream of the pelletizer, ad ...


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Darrell R Morrow, Michael Schuler: Method of making a disposable package. Edward R Weingram, April 20, 1976: US03950918 (6 worldwide citation)

A disposable container consisting of a tetrahedral-shaped chamber and a base member formed from a folded cardboard blank pre-coated with an adhesive layer and having folding guides at desired locations to provide the base with arms to hold the chamber. The chamber is formed from a segment of flexibl ...


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Darrell R Morrow, Michael Schuler: Disposable container. Edward R Weingram, July 25, 1978: US04102488 (4 worldwide citation)

A disposable container consisting of a tetrahedral-shaped chamber and a base member formed from a paperboard blank pre-coated with an adhesive layer and having folding guides at desired locations to provide the base with arms to hold the chamber. The chamber is formed from a segment of flexible plas ...