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Nikolai N Kapitanov, Vladimir M Fedotov, Natalya P Petrova, Marya D Patsiora, Kim N Tsatsanidi, Oleg B Milonov: Surgical instrument for suturing organs. Holman & Stern, January 13, 1981: US04244372 (417 worldwide citation)

The instrument comprises a supporting part and a staple-receiving part connected pivotally to each other, their working ends carrying opposing longitudinal jaws. The longitudinal jaw of said staple-receiving part accommodates staple magazines. Made in said staple magazines in opposition to the stapl ...


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Igor S Karapetian, Ivan A Korolkov, Nikolai N Kapitanov, Boris A Smirnov, Tatyana L Ivanova: Surgical staple, a method of and forceps for its removal. Vsesojuzny Nauchno Issledovatelsky I Ispytatelny Institut Meditsinskoi Tekhniki, Murray Schaffer, March 6, 1984: US04434796 (369 worldwide citation)

The staple has two legs interconnected through a web. Each of the legs carries a rod having a pointed bottom end and a head. The head has a slot for the web to pass. A through hole or passage is made in the rod, which is open at the slot in the head and at the side rod surface. The rigidity of the l ...


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Nikolai N Kapitanov: Surgical instrument for stitching up soft tissues with lengths of spiked suture material. Steinberg and Blake, May 27, 1980: US04204541 (241 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for stitching up soft tissues with lengths of spiked suture material comprises a hollow body which houses a tubular needle having a through bore adapted to accommodate said length of suture material to be introduced into the tissue being sutured along with the needle, and a sto ...


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Nikolai N Kapitanov: Surgical apparatus for suturing soft tissues with lengths of suturing material with spicules. McAulay Fields Fisher Goldstein & Nissen, February 23, 1982: US04316469 (208 worldwide citation)

A surgical apparatus for suturing soft tissues with lengths of suturing material with spicules comprises at least one hollow needle, mounted in the apparatus body, with a bore to accommodate a length of suturing material, introduced into the tissue to be sutured together with the needle, as well as ...


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Nikolai N Kapitanov, Svetlana V Kolosova, Vyacheslav D Kolesnikov, Vladimir P Kharchenko: Instrument for suturing with metal staples. Steinberg & Blake, October 31, 1978: US04122989 (11 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for suturing tissue with metal staples includes an anvil unit which has two elongated jaws aligned with each other and having inner surfaces facing each other and formed with longitudinal guiding grooves for a staple. The front ends of the jaws carry anvils for bending the tips ...


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Nikolai N Kapitanov, Natalia P Petrova, Vladimir V Ippolitov: Forceps for isolation of part of blood vessel during anastomosis. Fleit & Jacobson, September 1, 1981: US04286598 (8 worldwide citation)

A forceps for isolation of a part of a blood vessel during anastomosis comprises hinged levers and an automatic lock to hold the levers in the closed position. There are rings at one end of each lever, by which the forceps is held. The other ends of the levers bear jaws arranged at an angle toward t ...


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Nikolai N Kapitanov, Natalya P Petrova, Vsevolod V Judenich, Vladimir P Kharchenko, Boris A Smirnov, Vladimir V Ippolitov, Nadezhda M Lankina: Surgical instrument for suturing cutaneous tissue. Steinberg & Raskin, October 26, 1982: US04355751 (2 worldwide citation)

Described herein is a surgical instrument for suturing cutaneous tissue, especially scar tissue, when stitching on skin grafts, said instrument comprising a supporting body and a staple body which are hinged to each other so as to be capable of being brought together or apart. A staple magazine is p ...


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