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Theodor Esser, Thomas E Doherty: Endoscopic biopsy forceps. Esco Precision, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, December 19, 1989: US04887612 (451 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic biopsy forceps device incorporating a novel and unique camming arrangement for selectively opening and closing the biopsy cutting jaws of the biopsy forceps which will render the entire device of a simpler construction and reliable in operation, while concurrently making it considerabl ...


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Theodor Esser: Sampling device for collecting microbiological biopsy specimen. Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, September 15, 1992: US05146928 (19 worldwide citation)

A specimen sampling device for the collection of microbiological biopsy specimen from a body cavity and, more particularly, a device which incorporates a cytology brush which is readily introducible into the biopsy channel of an endoscope. In particular, the cytology brush is especially adapted for ...


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Theodor Esser: Medical instrument driving member and end effector connection. Peter J C Esser, August 22, 2000: US06106543 (11 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument driving member and end effector connection of the type having on the distal end of the instrument drive wire a hemispherical or knob-like terminus (38) which is seated so as to rotate freely in the countersunk bore (22) of the end effector tang (20), considerably reducing operat ...


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Mark R Bilitz, Theodor Esser: Medical instrument handle with integral palm blocking member. T Esser, November 9, 1999: US05980511 (5 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument handle consisting of an ergonomic main handle body incorporating an integral palm blocking arch which will provide a simple and reliable means for preventing the application of palm pressure to the thumb ring of the actuator by the operator, while concurrently making it consider ...


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Theodor Esser: Surgical limb support and positioning structure. Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, March 24, 1998: US05730152 (4 worldwide citation)

A surgical limb support and positioning structure is constructed in the nature of a stand which may be supported on a surgical table or other suitable support surface so as to facilitate ready access thereto by a surgeon or other medical personnel, and which basically consists of an upstanding struc ...