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Eric Miller, Richard Scott Rader, Timothy N Wells, Paul Stoppel: Radiation detection apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, June 5, 2001: US06242741 (25 worldwide citation)

A radiation detection apparatus includes a hand-held probe with a switch assembly removably mounted thereon. The switch assembly having first and second switches, one to initiate transmission of electrical signals representing scintillations detected over a set time period to a remotely located cont ...


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Robert A Rabiner, Richard Scott Rader: Photodynamic bone stabilization and drug delivery systems. IlluminOss Medical, Greenberg Traurig, David J Dykeman, Roman Fayerberg, April 1, 2014: US08684965 (18 worldwide citation)

Photodynamic bone stabilization and drug delivery systems are disclosed herein. In an embodiment, a photodynamic bone stabilization and drug delivery system of the present disclosure includes an insertion catheter having an inner void for passing at least one light-sensitive liquid, and an inner lum ...


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Eric Miller, Richard Scott Rader, Timothy N Wells, Paul Stoppel: Radiation detection apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, March 18, 2003: US06534770 (17 worldwide citation)

A radiation detection apparatus includes a scintillation counter, a download control device for outputting a scintillation count to a utilization device, and a hand-held probe including a scintillation detector. The apparatus also includes a connector for connecting the probe to the counter, and a s ...


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Eric Miller, Richard Scott Rader, Timothy N Wells, Paul Stoppel: Radiation detection apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, Radiation Monitoring Devices, January 10, 2006: US06984826 (9 worldwide citation)

A radiation detection apparatus having a hand-held radiation detection probe with a switch assembly removably mounted thereon is hereinafter disclosed. The switch assembly having first and second switches, one to initiate transmission of electrical signals representing scintillations detected over a ...


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Eric Miller, Richard Scott Rader, Timothy N Wells, Paul Stoppel: Radiation detection apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, October 24, 2006: US07126125 (9 worldwide citation)

A radiation detection apparatus having a hand-held radiation detection probe with a switch assembly removably mounted thereon is hereinafter disclosed. The switch assembly having first and second switches, one to initiate transmission of electrical signals representing scintillations detected over a ...


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Eric Miller, Richard Scott Rader, Timothy N Wells, Paul Stoppel: Radiation detection apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, May 23, 2006: US07049599 (9 worldwide citation)

There is provided a radiation detection apparatus having a hand-held radiation detection probe with a switch assembly removably mounted thereon. The switch assembly having first and second switches, one to initiate transmission of electrical signals representing scintillations detected over a set ti ...


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Robert A Rabiner, Richard Scott Rader, Thomas Gausepohl: Photodynamic articular joint implants and methods of use. IlluminOss Medical, Greenberg Traurig, David J Dykeman, Roman Fayerberg, September 29, 2015: US09144442 (8 worldwide citation)

Photodynamic devices for replacement of an articular head of a bone are provided. In an embodiment, a photodynamic device includes a photodynamic support member and an articular member attachable, either fixedly or removably, to the photodynamic support member and having a bearing surface. In an emb ...


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Richard Scott Rader, Amir Abolfathi: Bone conduction hearing device with open-ear microphone. Sonitus Medical, Levine Bagade Han, April 30, 2013: US08433080 (5 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for transmitting an audio signal through a bone of a user includes receiving an audio signal from a first microphone positioned at an entrance or in a first ear canal; and vibrating a first transducer to audibly transmit the audio signal through the bone. A second microphone can ...


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Kelvin Ning, Richard Scott Rader: Methods and systems for placement of a stent adjacent an ostium. Covidien, November 8, 2016: US09486345

The present invention provides for treatment of ostial occlusions through placement of scaffold in a side-branch adjacent the ostium.


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