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Trevor J Barton, Michael J Vendely, Stephen M Torain, John V Hunt, Geoffrey C Hueil, Jacqueline A Anim, Pamela M Attenweiler, Frederick E Shelton IV, Richard L Leimbach, Donna L Korvick, Joshua R Uth, Samardh Onukuri: Tissue thickness compensator having improved visibility. Ethicon Endo Surgery, December 1, 2015: US09198662 (74 worldwide citation)

A staple cartridge assembly for use with a surgical stapler. The assembly has a cartridge body having a support portion with a plurality of staple cavities with openings. There is also a plurality of staples, wherein at least a portion of each the staple is removably stored within a the staple cavit ...


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Jacqueline A Anim, Samardh Onukuri, Anthony Silvestri Jr, Frederick E Shelton IV, Michael F Clem, Tamara S Vetro Widenhouse: Tissue stapler having a thickness compensator comprising incorporating a hemostatic agent. Ethicon Endo Surgery, May 24, 2016: US09345477 (10 worldwide citation)

A staple cartridge assembly for use with a surgical stapler. The assembly has a cartridge body having a support portion with a plurality of staple cavities with openings. There is also a plurality of staples, wherein at least a portion of each the staple is removably stored within the staple cavity. ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brain S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter McClennan & Fish, July 27, 2010: US07762308 (4 worldwide citation)

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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Craig N Faller, Patrick A Weizman, Jacqueline A Anim, John W Willis, Thomas C Gallmeyer, Samardh Onukuri, John B Schulte, Amy L Marcotte, Sean P Conlon, Jacob S Gee, Kevin L Houser, Jeffrey L Aldridge, Ryan M Asher, Foster B Stulen: Clamp arm features for ultrasonic surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Frost Brown Todd, August 8, 2017: US09724120

A surgical apparatus includes an end effector having an ultrasonic blade, a clamp arm, and a clamp pad. The end effector applies ultrasonic energy at the blade. The clamp arm pivots relative to the blade. The clamp pad is positioned on the clamp arm adjacent to the blade. The clamp arm includes a la ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brain S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter McClennen & Fish, December 4, 2007: US07302993

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brian S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter Mcclennen & Fish, May 29, 2008: US20080121365-A1

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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William A Crawford, Tracy J Potter, Donald F Heaney, Brian S DeForce, Samardh Onukuri: Cast parts with improved surface properties and methods for their production. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter Mcclennen & Fish, May 22, 2008: US20080118771-A1

Techniques for forming cast parts for medical devices suitable for contact with internal regions of patients are described herein. Such parts can be small in scale (e.g., having a major axis less than 0.3 inches, and/or a minor axis less than about 0.08 inches), and can be formed from metals that ha ...


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Mark H Ransick, Samardh Onukuri, Thomas W Huitema, Michael A Murray, Darrel M Powell: Surgical implant. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, March 9, 2006: US20060052824-A1

The present invention provides a surgical implant which can be made of a metal that corrodes while implanted in tissue. The implant can include an electrical insulator, such as in the form of a film, coating, or surface layer, for reducing the conductivity of the implant. The surgical implant can in ...


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Jacqueline A Anim, Samardh Onukuri, Anthony Silvestri JR, Frederick E Shelton IV, Michael F Clem, Tamara S Vetro Widenhouse: Tissue stapler having a thickness compensator comprising incorporating a hemostatic agent. December 20, 2012: US20120318842-A1

A staple cartridge assembly for use with a surgical stapler. The assembly has a cartridge body having a support portion with a plurality of staple cavities with openings. There is also a plurality of staples, wherein at least a portion of each the staple is removably stored within the staple cavity. ...