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Wolfgang W Kohler, Paul Di Cesare, Paul Mulhauser, Douglas Spranger: Venous cuff applicator, cartridge and cuff. Vaso Products Australia, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt, May 18, 1993: US05211649 (410 worldwide citation)

An applicator for applying a strap around a vein at the site of a defective venous valve includes a handle portion and a removable cartridge. One end of the strap is anchored on the anvil of the cartridge and the free end is looped around the vein and passed through an opening in the cartridge to ov ...


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Jeffrey A Stein, David Schiff, Paul Mulhauser, Donald Lamond: Linear surgical stapling instrument. American Cyanamid Company, Ronald A Clayton, Charles F Costello Jr, August 31, 1993: US05240163 (364 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling instrument includes a staple cartridge that may be loaded with surgical staples, an anvil mounted to confront the staple cartridge for deforming staples driven theretoward, and advancer for advancing the staple cartridge from an open position toward the anvil to a closed position ...


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William J Allen, Jeffrey A Stein, Paul DiCesare, Paul Mulhauser, Doug Spranger: Linear surgical stapling instrument. United States Surgical Corporation, November 14, 1995: US05465896 (357 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 Mulhauser, Jeffrey Karg, Thomas Foxen, Christopher J Brooks: Dry powder medicament inhalator having an inhalation-activated piston to aerosolize dose and deliver same. Tenax Corporation, Kramer Brufsky & Cifelli, February 14, 1995: US05388572 (170 worldwide citation)

A dry powder inhalator for delivering a precise dose of a medicament contains a mesh disc impregnated with a series of spaced, medicament doses about the disc periphery. The inhalator is armed by manually retracting a finger pull extending downwardly from the bottom of the inhalator housing or rotat ...


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Joel W Cummings, Roland Deangelis, Brian Clark, David Schiff, Paul Mulhauser, Jesse Gala: Small tissue and membrane fixation apparatus and methods for use thereof. Genzyme Corporation, Richard D Allison, Thomas J DesRosier, November 27, 2001: US06322563 (117 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new surgical fasteners and methods of using the surgical fasteners. The surgical fasteners of the invention are in the form of tacks and comprise generally an elongate rod, a sharp conical head, a tail, and a transverse locking member extending from the tail above th ...


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David Schiff, Paul Mulhauser: Safety mechanism for injection devices. Medi Ject Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, February 2, 1999: US05865795 (96 worldwide citation)

A safety mechanism for aiding in the prevention of accidental or unintentional discharge of a needleless injection device having a power unit, a housing, a plunger disposed within the housing, a trigger assembly, and a nozzle. The safety mechanism includes a locking member which is disposed at least ...


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Michael Rich, Paul Mulhauser, Douglas M Spranger: Breath-activated inhalation device. Tenax Corporation, Kramer Brufsky & Cifelli, October 29, 1991: US05060643 (96 worldwide citation)

Upon inhalation of air from the interior of a housing, a flexible diaphragm-type valve exposed to the ambient air surrounding the housing is moved inwardly due to the difference in ambient air pressure to that in the housing to expose the interior of the housing to the ambient air which is then draw ...


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Michael Rich, Paul Mulhauser, Douglas Spranger: Breath-activated inhalation device. Tenax Corporation, Kramer Brufsky & Cifelli, July 2, 1991: US05027808 (79 worldwide citation)

Upon inhalation of air from the interior of a housing, a flexible diaphragm-type valve exposed to the ambient air surrounding the housing is moved inwardly due to the difference in ambient air pressure to that in the housing to expose the interior of the housing to the ambient air which is then draw ...


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Paul Mulhauser: Brake for device for drying foods. General Housewares, Emrich & Dithmar, February 1, 2000: US06018883 (37 worldwide citation)

A device for drying food is provided. The device includes a bowl having a bottom wall and a sidewall terminating in a top edge, a cover removably connected to the top edge of the bowl, a basket assembly including a basket and a removable lid disposed in the bowl and rotatable relative to the bowl ab ...


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Matthew Marzynski, Paul Mulhauser, Dave Schiff: Injection device having positioning means. Medi Ject Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, November 17, 1998: US05836911 (35 worldwide citation)

A nozzle assembly adapted for an injector, includes a guide for proper application of injections. The guide has first and second wings each extending outwardly and away from the chamber at an angle. These wings are preferably symmetrical and form a V-shape to accommodate appendages such as fingers, ...