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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Surgical instrument with multiple rotatably mounted offset end effectors and method of using the same. InBae Yoon, Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley, April 10, 2001: US06214028 (463 worldwide citation)

An instrument for operating on anatomical tissue includes a barrel having two or more driver therein which can be manipulated from a proximal end of the barrel. End effectors of each driver are offset from a rotatable shaft by a transverse arm. In an insertion position, the end effectors are confine ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Suture spring device applicator. InBae Yoon, July 21, 1998: US05782844 (409 worldwide citation)

A suture spring device applicator includes a storage portion configured to hold one or more suture spring devices in a substantially relaxed, contracted state and a guide disposed distally of the storage portion to receive a suture spring device in an elastically deformed, expanded state for positio ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Surgical instrument with multiple rotatably mounted offset end effectors. InBae Yoon, Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley, January 25, 2000: US06017358 (359 worldwide citation)

An instrument for operating on anatomical tissue includes a barrel having two or more drivers therein which can be manipulated from a proximal end of the barrel. End effectors of each driver are offset from a rotatable shaft by a transverse arm. In an insertion position, the end effectors are confin ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon, Suzanne J Yoon: Suture tie device system and applicator therefor. Venable Baeter & Howard, March 31, 1992: US05100418 (357 worldwide citation)

A variety of configurations for suture tie devices and suture tie device applicators, as well as methods of suturing, are disclosed. The suture tie devices generally include at least one leg member having a curved or angled distal, tissue engaging portion. A trying member unidirectionally or bidirec ...


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Inbae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon, Suzanne J Yoon: Methods of applying surgical chips and suture tie devices to bodily tissue during endoscopic procedures. August 29, 1995: US05445167 (272 worldwide citation)

A method of applying multiple surgical clips to bodily tissue during an endoscopic procedure includes introducing an applicator carrying a plurality of surgical clips in series through an endoscopic passage and using the applicator to apply at least two of the surgical clips without withdrawing the ...


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Yoon Inbae, Samuel C Yoon: Suture devices particularly useful in endoscopic surgery. Epstein Edell & Retzer, December 24, 1991: US05074874 (214 worldwide citation)

Suture devices, primarily for use in endoscopic surgery, include a suture needle having a length of suture material attached thereto with a contractible loop or passage at the proximal end of the suture material to allow the suture needle to be passed therethrough, the loop or passage contracting to ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Suturing instrument with multiple rotatably mounted offset needle holders and method of using the same. Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley, December 21, 1999: US06004332 (193 worldwide citation)

An instrument for suturing anatomical tissue with a suture needle includes a barrel having two needle holding apparatus therein which can be manipulated from a proximal end of the barrel. Jaws of each needle holding apparatus are offset from a rotatable shaft by a transverse arm. In an insertion pos ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Method of using surgical instrument with rotatably mounted offset end effector. Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley, July 17, 2001: US06261307 (193 worldwide citation)

An instrument for operating on anatomical tissue includes a barrel having at least one shaft. An end is offset from the shaft. In an insertion position, the end effector is confined within the diametrical dimension of the barrel at a distal end thereof. After insertion, the end effector can be manip ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Instrument assemblies for performing anatomical tissue ligation. InBae Yoon, Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley, September 28, 1999: US05957936 (185 worldwide citation)

An instrument assembly for performing anatomical tissue ligation includes a passage defining member having a distal end for being disposed at an internal operative site, a proximal end for being disposed externally of the internal operative site and a passage between the distal and proximal ends. A ...


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InBae Yoon, Samuel C Yoon: Method for suturing with a bioabsorbable needle. InBae Yoon, Epstein Edell & Retzer, January 1, 1991: US04981149 (174 worldwide citation)

Suture devices, primarily for use in endoscopic surgery, include a suture needle made of bioabsorbable material for pulling a length of suture material through bodily tissue allowing the suture needle to be inadvertently or intentionally left in the tissue, and a suture needle having a length of sut ...