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William J Allen, Joseph N Logan, Jeffrey A Stein, Paul C DiCesare, Douglas M Spranger, Paul J Mulhauser: Linear surgical stapling instrument. American Cyanamid Co, Charles F Costello Jr, March 7, 1995: US05395034 (386 worldwide citation)

A linear surgical stapling instrument includes a magazine for holding a plurality of undeformed surgical staples, and an upper jaw carrying the magazine and having opposed distal and proximal ends. An anvil is formed with staple-deforming pockets, and a lower jaw carries the anvil and has opposing d ...


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Paul J Mulhauser, Paul C DiCesare: Implantable prosthesis. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, July 31, 2001: US06267772 (373 worldwide citation)

An implantable prosthesis for occluding the opening of a muscle or tissue defect. The implant is laparoscopically deliverable with a system for loading and delivering the prosthesis through a trocar cannula. The prosthesis includes an implantable material with a body portion sufficient to extend acr ...


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Paul J Mulhauser, Paul C DiCesare: Implantable prosthesis and method and apparatus for loading and delivering an implantable prothesis. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, June 16, 1998: US05766246 (318 worldwide citation)

An implantable prosthesis and device and method for loading and delivering the implantable prosthesis to a trocar cannula. The implantable prosthesis includes a body portion sufficient to extend across and occlude a defect opening and a semi-rigid ring for supporting the body portion. The implantabl ...


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Paul J Mulhauser, Paul C DiCesare: Implantable prosthesis and method and apparatus for loading and delivering an implantable prosthesis. C R Bard Incorporated, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, December 9, 1997: US05695525 (291 worldwide citation)

An implantable prosthesis and device and method for loading and delivering the implantable prosthesis to a trocar cannula. The implantable prosthesis includes a body portion sufficient to extend across and occlude a defect opening and a semi-rigid ring for supporting the body portion. The implantabl ...


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Jeffrey G Clark, Douglas M Spranger, Paul J Mulhauser, Paul R Lacotta: Wound closure means and method using flowable adhesive. Tri Point Medical, Oliff & Berridge, November 9, 1993: US05259835 (246 worldwide citation)

A wound closure device employs a porous bonding member which receives a flowable adhesive capable of providing long term wound support. The bonding member is positioned by a carrier member that is used to achieve initial apposition of the wound and which may later be removed. An intermediate barrier ...


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Paul J Mulhauser, Diego Y Fontayne, Donald F VanRoyen: Disposable micropump. Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Pennie & Edmonds, July 6, 1999: US05919167 (219 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for delivery of a fluid is disclosed. The apparatus includes a syringe pump with a plunger, an electronic control element which releases at least one electric charge at predetermined time intervals, a shape memory element with a contractible length decreasing from an uncharged length to ...


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Patrick Aebischer, Paul C DiCesare, Moses Goddard, Paul J Mulhauser: Renewable neural implant device and method. Brown University Research Foundation, James F Haley Jr Esq, Ivor R Fish & Neave Elrifi Esq, September 10, 1996: US05554148 (201 worldwide citation)

Refillable immunoisolatory neurological therapy devices for local and controlled delivery of a biologically active factor to the brain of a patient. The devices include a cell chamber adapted for infusion with nsecretory cells and having at least one semipermeable or permselective surface across whi ...


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Paul J Mulhauser, Paul C DiCesare: Implantable prosthesis and method and apparatus for loading and delivering an implantable prosthesis. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 10, 2001: US06214020 (187 worldwide citation)

An implantable prosthesis and device and method for loading and delivering the implantable prosthesis to a trocar cannula. The implantable prosthesis includes a body portion sufficient to extend across and occlude a defect opening and a semi-rigid ring for supporting the body portion. The implantabl ...


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Patrick Aebischer, Moses Goddard, John G Moldauer, Paul J Mulhauser, Anne M Rathbun, Paul R Sanberg, Alfred V Vasconcellos, Nicholas F Warner: Implantable therapy systems and methods. Brown University Research Foundation, Ivor R Elrifi, Barbara A Ruskin, Fish & Neave, January 30, 1996: US05487739 (165 worldwide citation)

Implantable therapy systems are disclosed for the local and controlled delivery of a biologically active factor to the brain, spinal cord and other target regions of a subject suffering from a debilitating condition. The method of the invention involves surgically exposing an insertion site, general ...


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Christopher J Brooks, Jeffrey A Stein, Paul J Mulhauser: Hemostatic clip applicator for applying multiple hemostatic clips. Richard Allan Medical, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, July 25, 1989: US04850355 (158 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an apparatus for applying hemostatic or ligating clips. The apparatus is provided with a unitary chassis on which all other components are attached. A clip housing is disposed at the forward end of the apparatus and stores a plurality of abuttingly arranged forward f ...