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Howard Beroff, Namassivaya Doddi, Stephen J Jewusiak: Non-metallic, bio-compatible hemostatic clips. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, December 6, 1983: US04418694 (51 worldwide citation)

Non-metallic, bio-compatible hemostatic clips of absorbable or nonabsorbable materials are formed by two legs joined with a resilient hinge. One leg terminates in a hook member which secures the other leg when the clip is closed. The clip applier is a forceps-type instrument having channeled jaws es ...


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Stephen J Failla, Stephen J Jewusiak, William J Zwaskis: Non-metallic, bio-compatible hemostatic clips. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, October 16, 1984: US04476865 (49 worldwide citation)

A hemostatic clip fabricated from absorbable or non-absorbable bio-compatible polymeric materials.


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Stephen J Jewusiak: Double-latched non-metallic, bio-compatible hemostatic clip. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, January 27, 1987: US04638804 (36 worldwide citation)

Hemostatic clips of absorbable or nonabsorbable polymeric materials are formed by two hinged leg members which interlock at both ends when the clip is closed. The clip is applied to blood vessels or the like with a conventional, forceps-type instrument.


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Stephen J Jewusiak, Howard Beroff, Michael Schuler: Cartridge for hemostatic clips. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, October 13, 1981: US04294355 (35 worldwide citation)

A cartridge for holding a plurality of plastic, snap-closure hemostatic clips in a manner which allows each clip to be individually loaded into a forceps-type clip applier. The cartridge consists of an elongated body having a stepped central rail on which open clips are positioned with the head of t ...


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Stephen J Jewusiak: Plastic ligating clips. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, January 10, 1984: US04424810 (22 worldwide citation)

Plastic ligating clips of absorbable or nonabsorbable materials are formed by two legs joined with a resilient hinge. One leg terminates in a hook member which secures the other leg when the clip is closed. Each leg of the clip is provided with an indentation extending across its width near the dist ...


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Stephen J Jewusiak: Plastic ligating clips. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, May 8, 1984: US04446865 (20 worldwide citation)

Plastic ligating clips of absorbable or nonabsorbable materials are formed by two legs joined with a resilient hinge. One leg terminates in a hook member which secures the other leg when the clip is closed. Each leg of the clip is provided with an indentation extending across its width near the dist ...


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