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Dominic P Marro, Thomas T Washburn, Denis E LaBombard: Reservoir electrodes for electroencephalograph headgear appliance. Physiometrix, Frederick C Williams, Williams & Associates, October 9, 2001: US06301493 (307 worldwide citation)

This invention defines a system for monitoring the brain activity of a human patient under anesthesia in order to determine the patient's level of consciousness. The system uses a plurality of receptors which are mounted in predetermined anatomical positions on the patient's head. The rece ...


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Dominic P Marro, Thomas T Washburn, Denis E LaBombard: Self adjusting headgear appliance using reservoir electrodes. Physiometrix, Frederick C Williams, Williams & Associates, October 3, 2000: US06128521 (275 worldwide citation)

This invention defines a system for monitoring the brain activity of a human patient in order to monitor a patient's brain electrical activity. The system uses a plurality of receptors which are mounted in predetermined anatomical positions on the patient's head. The receptors are secured by adhesiv ...


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James T Spivey, Thomas T Washburn: Surgical scissors. Ethicon Endo Surgery, October 18, 2011: US08037591 (196 worldwide citation)

Surgical scissors devices are disclosed. The surgical scissors devices may comprise an end effector with first and second blade members. The first and second blade members may respectively comprise proximally positioned cams and distally positioned blade ends. Also, the first and second blade member ...


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Jeffrey L Scifert, Stephen A Mariano, Richard Stephen Wisdom, Gary Robert Whipple, A David Boccuti, Roger J White, Thomas T Washburn: Graft syringe assembly. Warsaw Orthopedic, Kalow Springut, April 7, 2009: US07513901 (34 worldwide citation)

The invention relates, according to one embodiment, to a graft syringe assembly for delivering bone graft material is disclosed. The graft syringe assembly comprises a syringe subassembly including a syringe barrel having an inner chamber adapted for receiving bone graft material, a plunger adapted ...


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John L Wheeler, Gary Whipple, A David Boccuti, Thomas T Washburn, Andrew Nicholas Gentile, J Brent Ratz, John Spiridigliozzi: Apparatus and method for delivery of biologic sealant. Spinal Restoration, O Keefe Egan Peterman & Enders, November 1, 2011: US08047407 (2 worldwide citation)

A device for delivery of biologic materials, comprising: a cartridge having at least two cylinder bores for fluids to be delivered, wherein each cylinder includes an exit port for a fluid, a plunger within each cylinder for pushing the fluids out of the cylinder, a housing adapted to receive the car ...


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Jeffrey L Scifert, Stephen A Mariano, Richard Stephen Wisdom, Gary Robert Whipple, A David Boccuti, Roger J White, Thomas T Washburn: Graft syringe assembly. Sdgi Holdings, Hunton & Williams, November 23, 2006: US20060264964-A1

The invention relates, according to one embodiment, to a graft syringe assembly for delivering bone graft material is disclosed. The graft syringe assembly comprises a syringe subassembly including a syringe barrel having an inner chamber adapted for receiving bone graft material, a plunger adapted ...


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John L Wheeler, Gary Whipple, A David Boccuti, Thomas T Washburn, Andrew Nicholas Gentile, J Brent Ratz, John Spiridigliozzi: Apparatus and method for delivery of biologic sealant. O Keefe Egan Peterman & Enders, March 13, 2008: US20080060970-A1

A device for delivery of biologic materials, comprising: a cartridge having at least two cylinder bores for fluids to be delivered, wherein each cylinder includes an exit port for a fluid, a plunger within each cylinder for pushing the fluids out of the cylinder, a housing adapted to receive the car ...


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James T Spivey, Thomas T Washburn: Surgical scissors. Ethicon Endo Surgery, K&L Gates, August 5, 2010: US20100198244-A1

Surgical scissors devices are disclosed. The surgical scissors devices may comprise an end effector with first and second blade members. The first and second blade members may respectively comprise proximally positioned cams and distally positioned blade ends. Also, the first and second blade member ...


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John L Wheeler, Gary Whipple, A David Boccuti, Thomas T Washburn, Andrew Nicholas Gentile, J Brent Ratz, John Spiridigliozzi: Apparatus and method for delivery of biological sealant. Spinal Restorations, April 5, 2012: US20120083828-A1

A device for delivery of biologic materials, comprising: a cartridge having at least two cylinder bores for fluids to be delivered, wherein each cylinder includes an exit port for a fluid, a plunger within each cylinder for pushing the fluids out of the cylinder, a housing adapted to receive the car ...