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Robert Wham, Steven P Buysse, James H Orszulak: Vessel sealing system. Sherwood SErvices, September 28, 2004: US06796981 (458 worldwide citation)

A method for electrosurgically sealing a tissue includes steps of: (A) applying a first pulse of RF energy to the tissue; and (B) applying at least one subsequent RF energy pulse to the tissue and varying RF energy parameters of individual pulses of subsequent RF energy pulses in accordance with at ...


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Robert Wham, Steven P Buysse, James H Orszulak: Vessel sealing system. Sherwood Services, December 4, 2007: US07303557 (355 worldwide citation)

A method for electrosurgically sealing a tissue includes steps of: (A) applying a first pulse of RF energy to the tissue; and (B) applying at least one subsequent RF energy pulse to the tissue and keeping constant or varying RF energy parameters of individual pulses in accordance with at least one c ...


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Robert Wham, Steven P Buysse, James H Orszulak: Vessel sealing system. United States Surgical, a Division of Tyco Healthcare, August 26, 2004: US20040167508-A1

A method for electrosurgically sealing a tissue includes steps of: (A) applying a first pulse of RF energy to the tissue; and (B) applying at least one subsequent RF energy pulse to the tissue and varying RF energy parameters of individual pulses of subsequent RF energy pulses in accordance with at ...


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Robert Wham, Steven P Buysse, James H Orszulak: Vessel sealing system. Chief Patent Counsel, United Staes Surgical, January 2, 2003: US20030004510-A1

A method for electrosurgically sealing a tissue includes steps of: (A) applying a first pulse of RF energy to the tissue; and (B) applying at least one subsequent RF energy pulse to the tissue and varying RF energy parameters of individual pulses of subsequent RF energy pulses in accordance with at ...


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Robert Wham, Steven P Buysse, James H Orszulak: Vessel sealing system. Mark Farber Esq, US Surgical, May 12, 2005: US20050101951-A1

A method for electrosurgically sealing a tissue includes steps of: (A) applying a first pulse of RF energy to the tissue; and (B) applying at least one subsequent RF energy pulse to the tissue and keeping constant or varying RF energy parameters of individual pulses in accordance with at least one c ...