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Michael J McMahon, Peter Moran: Surgical instruments. Thomas R Vigil, John G Bisbikis, November 21, 1995: US05467763 (241 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument includes a plurality of segments which can be moved relative to each other from a first position in which the segments extend in a straight direction and can be inserted through an opening in a body to a second position in which segments are brought tight against each other to ...


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Peter Moran, Stuart Moran, Mike White: Laparoscopic forceps handle. Surgical Innovations, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, November 4, 2003: US06641595 (177 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic forceps comprising a handle; a tubular housing extending axially from the handle and carrying an actuator rod; a jaws mechanism disposed at the end of the tubular housing remote from the handle engaged to the actuation rod and arranged so that the jaws may be opened or closed by actua ...


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Peter Moran, Barry Vyse: Integrated circuit packages. Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, June 9, 1987: US04672418 (23 worldwide citation)

An integrated circuit package including a lead frame (11) sealed between base and cap portions (1 and 3) of the package enclosure. Outwards of the seal each lead (13) in the frame (11) follows an angled path so that manipulation of leads outside the package is unlikely to damage the seal. The anglin ...


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Edward Almond, Peter Moran: Surgical seal. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, John F Heal, David G Majdali, James E Austin, May 25, 2010: US07722570 (9 worldwide citation)

A seal for laparoscopic port comprising: a base adapted to engage a cannula, the base including an axial aperture for a surgical instrument; a multiplicity of jaws mounted on the base, the jaws being moveable radially with respect to the aperture between an open position wherein the shaft of the sur ...


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Stuart S Moran, Peter Moran, Michael J White: Instruments including tools. Rolls-Royce, Oliff, May 6, 2014: US08714038 (4 worldwide citation)

A tool has a flange attached to an engine housing. A primary cam is rotated to advance segments into the housing and a second rotational cam causes the segments to turn relative to each other as they are being inserted into the housing. This causes the segments to follow a predetermined path as they ...


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David Main, Anna Sophia Hellinga, Peter Moran: Handle for a surgical instrument and surgical instrument assembly. Surgical Innovations, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 8, 2013: US08551077 (3 worldwide citation)

A handle for a surgical instrument used in keyhole, endoscopic, and laparoscopic surgery, having a pivoting or articulated end portion and a mechanism for indexing the pivoting movement of the end portion. The indexing mechanism allows adjustment of the angle of the end portion for improved control ...


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Scott Alberts, Peter Moran, Stella Jin, Kewei Yang, Ning Zhu: Remote controller for mobile device. Analogix Semiconductor, Carr & Ferrell, July 14, 2015: US09084106

A remote controller for a mobile device is described. The remote controller includes a communications transceiver configured for bidirectional communications with the mobile device, and a computer processing system communicatively coupled to the communications transceiver. The computer processing sy ...


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Edward Almond, Peter Moran: Surgical seal. Surgical Innovations, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, October 28, 2004: US20040215209-A1

A seal for laparoscopic port comprising: a base adapted to engage a cannula, the base including an axial aperture for a surgical instrument; a multiplicity of jaws mounted on the base, the jaws being moveable radially with respect to the aperture between an open position wherein the shaft of the sur ...


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Peter Moran, Stuart Skeleton Moran: Surgical seal. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Applied Medical Resources Corporation, April 26, 2007: US20070093851-A1

A seal for laparoscopic port comprising: a base adapted to engage a cannula, the base including an axial aperture for a surgical instrument; a multiplicity of jaws mounted on the base, the jaws being movable radially with respect to the aperture between an open position wherein a shaft of the surgic ...



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