1
Joel Tune, Robert L Anderson, Larry Blankenship, Daniel C Colesworthy III, Warren P Heim, Scott A Miller III, Brad H Sherman, Donald R Widrig: Ambulatory infusion pump. Baxter International, Francis C Kowalik, Thomas D Bratschun, May 20, 1997: US05630710 (286 worldwide citation)

A remotely programmable infusion system for administering liquid to a patient includes an infusion pump unit having a pump for infusing liquids operated by means of a control including a programmed processing unit and a memory chip. The processing unit operates in accordance with delivery program da ...


2
Scott A Miller III: Electrosurgical generator. Team Medical L L C, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, May 29, 2001: US06238387 (278 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator is disclosed that provides radio-frequency electrical waveforms for performing surgical operations on a tissue mass. The various aspects of the present invention are embodied in an electrosurgical generator that includes a DC regulator, an amplifier, an energy recovery c ...


3
Scott A Miller III: Electrosurgical generator. Team Medical L L C, Holme Roberts & Owen, November 17, 1998: US05836943 (212 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator is disclosed that provides radio-frequency electrical waveforms for performing surgical operations on a tissue mass. The various aspects of the present invention are embodied in an electrosurgical generator that includes a DC regulator, an amplifier, an energy recovery c ...


4
Scott A Miller III: Personnel monitoring and locating system. Johnson Engineering, O Rourke & Harris, January 22, 1985: US04495496 (173 worldwide citation)

A personnel monitoring and locating system is disclosed that is particularly well suited for monitoring and/or locating underground miners. A plurality of remote terminals having transceivers associated therewith are positioned in a mine and periodically are caused to transmit interrogation signals. ...


5
Warren P Heim, Scott A Miller Iii, James L Brassell: Electrosurgical system for reducing/removing eschar accumulations on electrosurgical instruments. Team Medical, huang min, August 8, 2001: CN98811859

An electrosurgical system is disclosed that applies electrical energy to obtain a predetermined surgical effect, while also reducing eschar deposits on a working surface of an electrosurgical instrument (4), producing an eschar deposit which is easily removed from the working surface, and/or facilit ...


6
Scott A Miller Iii: Electrosurgical generator. Team Medical L L C, ma ying, November 3, 1999: CN97199064

An electrosurgical generator is disclosed that provides radio-frequency electrical waveforms for performing surgical operations on a tissue mass. The various aspects of the present invention are embodied in an electrosurgical generator that includes a DC regulator, an amplifier, an energy recovery c ...