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Penny Keith, Amoah Francis, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electro surgical instrument and electrosurgical tool converter. Gyrus Medical, May 15, 2001: JP2001-128990 (768 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrosurgical instrument and an electrosurgical tool converter capable of limiting the supply of energy to a place of a requesting tissue without giving an excessive damage to the tissue. SOLUTION: This electrosurgical instrument has coaxial inner and outer cyli ...


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Penny Keith, Amoah Francis Egyin, Goble Colin Charles Owen: An electrosurgical instrument. Gyrus Medical, November 29, 2000: EP1055400-A1 (541 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical instrument has coaxial inner and outer tubular members (1,2) made of a conductive material to form a coaxial transmission line. The inner member (1) is preferably dimensioned to receive a laparoscopic tool with the working elements of the tool projecting beyond a distal end (1D) o ...


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Penny Keith, Amoah Francis Egyin, Goble Colin Charles Owen: An electrosurgical generator and system. Gyrus Medical, November 29, 2000: EP1055399-A1 (533 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator which is operable particularly at UHF or higher frequencies has a circuit (32) for sensing reflected power and a control arrangement (20) coupled to the sensing circuit to cause the frequency of the radio frequency output of the generator to be altered whilst the reflect ...


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Hancock Christopher Paul, Amoah Francis Egyin, Penny Keith, Goble Colin Charles Owen: An electrosurgical generator.. Gyrus Medical, March 7, 2001: EP1080694-A1 (526 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator has sensing circuitry for sensing changes in reflected power fed back from a radio-frequency output of the generator, and a control arrangement coupled to the sensing circuitry for processing a reflected power monitoring signal. The control arrangement acts to reduce or ...


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Penny Keith, Amoah Francis, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electric surgical signal generator and electric surgical system. Gyrus Medical, January 16, 2001: JP2001-008944 (315 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve the efficiency of electric surgical system.SOLUTION: An electric surgical signal generator, which operates in specially UHF(ultra-high frequency) or more higher frequency, has a circuit 32 that is for detecting reflective power, and a control device, which is connect ...


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Hancock Christopher Paul, Penny Keith, Amoah Francis, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electric and surgical signal generator. Gyrus Medical, February 6, 2001: JP2001-029356 (314 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To attain safe usage by reducing or stopping radio frequency power to be added on a generator output from a power source in accordance with the prescribed condition of the signal of a monitor which indicates the change of reflection power caused by means of the change of a tiss ...


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Goble Colin Charles Owen, Penny Keith: Gas plasma tissue resurfacing instrument. Rhytec, Goble Colin Charles Owen, Penny Keith, BLATCHFORD William Michael, September 15, 2005: WO/2005/084569 (21 worldwide citation)

A disposale assembly for a handheld gas plasma tissue treatment instrument has a heat­resistant dielectric tube (516) which is housed in an instrument nose casing (517). The casing has a latch feature permitting releasable attachment of the assembly to the body of an instrument handpiece (501). The ...


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Goble Colin Charles Owen, Penny Keith, Hancock Christopher Paul, Amoah Francis: Plasma device for tissue resurfacing. Gyrus Medical, November 20, 2002: EP1257220-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

A tissue resurfacing system has a handheld surgical instrument with a gas conduit (38) which terminates in an exit nozzle (180N). Inside the conduit is an inner electrode (54). A tubular coaxial outer electrode (70) constitutes part of the wall of the conduit. Coupled to the instrument is a radio fr ...


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Penny Keith, Goble Nigel Mark: Usage limiting electronic key system for plasma device for tissue resurfacing. Rhytec, May 24, 2006: EP1658817-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

In a system for tissue resurfacing, a generator provides pulses of energy to a handheld treatment device at selected energy levels. The supply of energy to the device is controlled by a controller. Accordingly, the system also includes, associated with the device, an electronic key including a memor ...


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Goble Colin Charles Owen, Goble Nigel Mark, Penny Keith: Regenerating the reticular architecture of the dermis. Rhytec, August 23, 2006: GB2423254-A (3 worldwide citation)

A cosmetic method of regenerating the reticular architecture of tissue. The method uses a source of thermal energy with a low thermal time constant, and comprises the step of operating the thermal energy source to form first and second adjacent regions of thermally modified tissue in the region of t ...



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