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Nabil Hilal, Said S Hilal: Surgical trocar. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Richard L Myers, September 6, 1994: US05344420 (269 worldwide citation)

A surgical trocar includes an operative sleeve adapted for disposition across a tissue barrier and an obturator removably disposed in the sleeve. A source of energy is introduced to a cutting element disposed at the distal end of the obturator for energizing the cutting element to cut tissue barrier ...


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Ralph V Clayman, Said S Hilal, Michael L Jones: Angioplasty catheter system and method for making same. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Richard L Myers, July 14, 1998: US05779698 (253 worldwide citation)

An angioplasty catheter for increasing the patency of a body vessel by altering an obstruction in the body vessel includes an elongate shaft having a proximal end and a distal end. At least one electrical conductor is disposed at the distal end and movable from a low profile position to a high profi ...


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Charles C Hart, Gary M Johnson, Said S Hilal, John R Brustad, Edward D Pingleton: Tissue fusion/welder apparatus and method. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, John F Heal, Patrick Y Ikehara, Richard L Myers, December 1, 2009: US07625370 (200 worldwide citation)

A tissue welding apparatus is adapted to fuse a first piece of tissue to a second piece of tissue which are disposed in a surface proximate relationship. An elongate shaft carries a first jaw, and a second opposing jaw moveable relative to the first jaw. At least one penetrating member is carried by ...


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Said S Hilal, Robert P Cooper, Donald L Gadberry: Apparatus for sealing around members extending therethrough. Applied Vascular Devices, Richard L Myers, July 7, 1992: US05127626 (200 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for sealing around shafts or tubes of varying diameter. Its basic element comprises an elastomeric sealing body with an axial passage which is radially compressed from more than two sides to compress the passage into sealing engagement with a member extending through the pas ...


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Wassim R Aliahmad, Said S Hilal, Nabil Hilal: Low profile balloon catheter and method for making same. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Richard L Myers, October 19, 1993: US05254091 (135 worldwide citation)

A non-distensible balloon is adapted to be disposed circumferentially on a tube having an elongate axis and to be compressed against the tube to achieve a low profile. The balloon includes an end wall, a central wall, and a transition wall defined by a height transition region having a first axial l ...


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Nabil Hilal, Said S Hilal: Surgical trocar. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Richard L Myers, November 16, 1999: US05984919 (114 worldwide citation)

A surgical trocar includes an operative sleeve adapted for disposition across a tissue barrier and an obturator removably disposed in the sleeve. A source of energy is introduced to a cutting element disposed at the distal end of the obturator for energizing the cutting element to cut tissue barrier ...


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Said S Hilal, Robert P Cooper: Device for power injection of fluids. Applied Vascular Devices, Irell & Manella, July 31, 1990: US04944726 (106 worldwide citation)

A hand-held and operated pneumatically powered device for injecting fluids, such as in medical applications, consisting of a housing that is sized and shaped to be hand held, and connected power and infusion assemblies contained within the housing. The power assembly includes a sealed vessel contain ...


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Guy R Lowery, Said S Hilal, Richard F Carson Jr, Danny L Pastrick: Endoscope having a reusable eyepiece and a disposable distal section. American Hospital Supply, Gordon L Peterson, November 25, 1986: US04624243 (93 worldwide citation)

An endoscope comprising a reusable eyepiece and a disposable distal section mounted on the eyepiece in a predetermined angular orientation so that light can be conducted from the eyepiece through the distal section and an image can be conducted from the distal section to the eyepiece. Image conducti ...


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Said S Hilal, Aws Nashef: Implantable bioprosthetic tendons and ligaments. American Hospital Supply Corporation, Perman & Green, July 1, 1986: US04597766 (75 worldwide citation)

A tendon or ligament bioprosthesis comprised of a naturally occurring tendon or ligament isolated from an animal source, tanned with a bifunctional reagent capable of cross-linking biological tissue, at least one end of the tendon or ligament having attached thereto an intact decalcified chip of the ...


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Wassim Aliahmad, Said S Hilal: Catheter with interior balloon. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Richard L Myers, March 22, 1994: US05295960 (60 worldwide citation)

A catheter includes a body having tubular walls defining a lumen extending along an axis from the distal end of the body to a proximal end of the body. Portions of the walls define at least one balloon hole extending from the lumen through the walls of the body. Elastomeric material restrained to th ...