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Kevin F Hahnen, Gustavo Aguirre, Peter Kratsch: Arthroscopic surgical instruments. Symbiosis Corporation, David P Gordon, February 14, 1995: US05389104 (445 worldwide citation)

An arthroscopic surgical instrument includes a hollow tube with an actuator coupled to its proximal end and an end effector coupled to its distal end. The actuator and the end effector are coupled by a cylindrical push rod which passes through the hollow tube. The push rod includes a frangible link ...


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Charles R Slater, Matthew A Palmer, Peter Kratsch: Endoscopic end effectors constructed from a combination of conductive and non-conductive materials and useful for selective endoscopic cautery. Symbiosis Corporation, David P Gordon, March 14, 1995: US05396900 (342 worldwide citation)

A non-metallic end effector for use in an endoscopic surgical tool includes a metallic core for strength and for providing a selected electrode surface on the end effector. Selectively conductive end effectors are manufactured by insert molding a plastic or ceramic or other non-conductive body aroun ...


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Charles R Slater, Matthew A Palmer, Peter Kratsch: Endoscopic end effectors constructed from a combination of conductive and non-conductive materials and useful for selective endoscopic cautery. Symbiosis Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, March 28, 2000: US06041679 (240 worldwide citation)

A non-metallic end effector for use in an endoscopic surgical tool includes a metallic core for strength and for providing a selected electrode surface on the end effector. Selectively conductive end effectors are manufactured by insert molding a plastic or ceramic or other non-conductive body aroun ...


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Juergen Andrew Kortenbach, Vincent Turturro, Michael Sean McBrayer, Peter Kratsch: Biopsy forceps instrument having irrigation and aspiration capabilities. Symbiosis Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, April 27, 1999: US05897507 (125 worldwide citation)

A biopsy forceps instrument is provided having a proximal actuation handle, a flexible multi-lumen tubular member, at least one control member extending through a lumen, an irrigation means, an aspiration means, and a distal assembly. The proximal actuation handle includes a shaft and a spool slidab ...


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Juergen Andrew Kortenbach, Vincent Turturro, Michael Sean McBrayer, Peter Kratsch: Biopsy forceps instrument having irrigation and aspiration capabilities. Symbiosis Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, January 16, 2001: US06174292 (30 worldwide citation)

A biopsy forceps instrument is provided having a proximal actuation handle, a flexible multi-lumen tubular member, at least one control member extending through a lumen, an irrigation means, an aspiration means, and a distal assembly. The proximal actuation handle includes a shaft and a spool slidab ...


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Matthew A Palmer, Peter Kratsch: Endoscopic biopsy forceps handle with removable sample removal pick. Symbiosis Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, March 3, 1998: US05722422 (20 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic biopsy forceps instrument includes an actuation handle having a stationary member coupled to a movable member, a tubular member coupled at its proximal end to the stationary member, a control wire extending through the tubular member and coupled at its proximal end to the movable membe ...


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Louis Phillip Arrazola, Jorge Amels Perez, Peter Kratsch: Mobile fishing rod transportation and storage system. Roll A Rod, Mayback & Hoffman P A, Gregory L Mayback, January 9, 2018: US09861087 (1 worldwide citation)

A mobile fishing rod transportation and storage system includes at least two longitudinal rods, at least two horizontal rods, four corner sub-assemblies connecting the at least two longitudinal rods to the at least two horizontal rods to form a frame, the at least two longitudinal rods being longitu ...


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Louis Phillip Arrazola, Jorge Amels Perez, Peter Kratsch: Mobile fishing rod transportation and storage system. Roll A Rod L L C, Mayback & Hoffman P A, Gregory L Mayback, July 17, 2018: US10021866

A mobile fishing rod transportation and storage system includes two longitudinal and two horizontal rods. Four corners connect the longitudinal rods to the horizontal rods to form a frame. A first of the horizontal rods is horizontally and rotationally fixed to the longitudinal rods. A second of the ...


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Thomas Scheel, Christian Hattrup, Max Urban, Peter Kratsch: X-ray device for controlling a DC-AC converter. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, April 7, 2011: US20110080991-A1

The invention provides an X-ray device for controlling a DC-AC converter, wherein the DC-AC converter is adapted for supplying a resonant circuit and a transformer (105) of a computer tomography gantry (91) with electrical energy, wherein the gantry comprises a rotary part (93) and a stationary part ...


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