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Odom Darren, Hammill Curt, Schechter David A, Tetzlaff Philip, Roy Jeffrey M: Bipolar forceps with multiple electrode array end effector assembly. Sherwood Serv, March 28, 2007: EP1767163-A1 (373 worldwide citation)

A bipolar electrosurgical forceps includes first and second opposing jaw members having respective inwardly facing surfaces associated therewith. The first and second jaw members are adapted for relative movement between an open position to receive tissue and a closed position engaging tissue betwee ...


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Buysse Steven P, Felton Bret, Heard David Nichols, Keppel David, Podhajsky Ronald J, F Schmaltz Dale, Wham Robert H, Meagher Edward C, Ryland Lawes Kate, Schechter Dave A, Shields Chelsea, Tetzlaff Philip M: Method and control system for performing electrosurgical procedures. Sherwood Serv, November 3, 2004: EP1472984-A1 (261 worldwide citation)

A closed-loop control system is disclosed for use with an electrosurgical generator that generates electrosurgical energy. The closed loop control system includes a user interface for allowing a user to select at least one pre-surgical parameter, such as the type of surgical instrument operatively c ...


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Schechter David A, Tetzlaff Philip, Roy Jeffrey M: Bipolar concentric electrode assembly for soft tissue fusion. Sherwood Services, Schechter David A, Tetzlaff Philip, Roy Jeffrey M, DENNINGER Douglas E, September 30, 2004: WO/2004/082495 (202 worldwide citation)

A bipolar electrosurgical forceps for treating tissue includes a pair of opposing first and second jaw members each having a tissue engaging surface disposed thereon. Each of the jaw members is movable relative to one another from a first position to approximate tissue to a second position for engag ...


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Buysse Steven Paul, Moses Michael C, Schechter Dave A, Johnson Kristin D, Tetzlaff Philip Mark, Mihaichuk Carolyn H: Electrosurgical instrument which reduces collateral damage to adjacent tissue. Sherwood Serv, May 4, 2005: EP1527747-A2 (160 worldwide citation)

An electrode assembly for use with an electrosurgical instrument having opposing end effectors and a handle for effecting movement of the end effectors relative to one another. The electrode assembly comprises a housing having at least one portion which is removably engageable with at least one port ...


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Couture Gary M, Weinberg Craig, Tetzlaff Philip M: Vessel sealing instrument with electrical cutting mechanism. Tyco Healthcare, August 20, 2008: EP1958583-A2 (53 worldwide citation)

An end effector assembly for use with an instrument for sealing vessels and cutting vessels includes a pair of opposing first and second jaw members which are movable relative to one another from a first spaced apart position to a second position for grasping tissue therebetween. Each jaw member inc ...


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Hammill Curt, Odom Darren, Schechter David A, Tetzlaff Philip M, Roy Jeffrey M: Electrode assembly for tissue fusion. Sherwood Serv, March 28, 2007: EP1767164-A1 (29 worldwide citation)

A bipolar electrosurgical forceps includes first and second opposing jaw members having respective tissue engaging surfaces associated therewith. The first and second jaw members are adapted for relative movement between an open position to receive tissue and a closed position engaging tissue betwee ...


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COX David A, GOODE Johnson E, TETZLAFF Philip M, WOLOSZKO Jean: APPLICATEUR ÉLECTROCHIRURGICAL ET PROCÉDÉ ET SYSTÈME ASSOCIÉS, ELECTROSURGICAL WAND AND RELATED METHOD AND SYSTEM. ARTHROCARE CORPORATION, COX David A, GOODE Johnson E, TETZLAFF Philip M, WOLOSZKO Jean, SCHEELE Matthew, April 19, 2012: WO/2012/050636 (18 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical wand. At least some of the illustrative embodiments are electrosurgical wands including an elongate housing that defines a handle end and a distal end, a first discharge aperture on the distal end of the elongate housing, a first active electrode of conductive material disposed on ...


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COX David A, GOODE Johnson E, TETZLAFF Philip M, WOLOSZKO Jean: TIGE ÉLECTROCHIRURGICALE ET PROCÉDÉ ET SYSTÈME ASSOCIÉS, ELECTROSURGICAL WAND AND RELATED METHOD AND SYSTEM. ARTHROCARE CORPORATION, COX David A, GOODE Johnson E, TETZLAFF Philip M, WOLOSZKO Jean, SCHEELE Matthew, April 19, 2012: WO/2012/050637 (18 worldwide citation)

Electrosurgical wand. At least some of the illustrative embodiment are electrosurgical wands including: an elongate housing that defines a handle end and a distal end; an aspiration aperture on the distal end of the elongate housing the aspiration aperture fluidly coupled to a first fiuid conduit, t ...


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EVANS DOUG, FOSTER MICHAEL D, TETZLAFF PHILIP M, ALURU RAJITHA, WOLOSZKO JEAN, GOODE JOHNSON E: [en] Fine dissection electrosurgical device. ARTHOCARE, August 15, 2012: GB2488039-A (5 worldwide citation)

[en] At least some of the illustrative embodiments are electrosurgical wands 102 including an elongate shaft 106 that defines a handle end and a distal end 108, a first discharge aperture 208 on the distal end of the elongate shaft 106, a first active electrode 202 of conductive material disposed on ...


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WOLOSZKO JEAN , GOODE JOHNSON E , COX DAVID , TETZLAFF PHILIP : [en] Methods and systems related to electrosurgical wands. ARTHROCARE CORP , November 26, 2014: GB2514442-A (4 worldwide citation)

[en] An electrosurgical wand comprising an elongate housing that defines a handle end and a distal end 108, a tubing member coupled to the elongate housing. A spacer 200 of non-conductive material disposed on the distal end 108. A conductive electrode 202 disposed on the spacer, the conductive elect ...



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