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David C Auth, Dale M Lawrence, Tim R Majoch: Fast pulse thermal cautery probe. Regents of the University of Washington, Seed and Berry, April 15, 1986: US04582057 (179 worldwide citation)

A miniaturized, endoscopically deliverable thermal cautery probe for cauterizing internal vessels. The probe is applied to tissues cold, and a large number of electric heating pulses of equal energy are then applied to an internal heating element in the probe. The probe has an internal heating eleme ...


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David C Auth, Dale M Lawrence, Tim R Majoch: Thermal cautery system. Board of Regents University of Washington, Seed and Berry, September 8, 1987: US04691703 (139 worldwide citation)

A thermal cautery system having an endoscopically deliverable probe connected to a power supply and display unit. The power supply and display unit, when triggered by a footswitch, energizes a voltage regulator having a current limited output that supplies power to the probe. The current limiting fu ...


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David C Auth, Dale M Lawrence, Tim R Majoch: Fast pulse thermal cautery probe and method. University of Washington, Seed and Berry, May 22, 1984: US04449528 (116 worldwide citation)

A miniaturized, endoscopically deliverable thermal cautery probe for cauterizing internal vessels. The probe is applied to tissues cold, and a large number of electric heating pulses of equal energy are then applied to an internal heating element in the probe. The probe has an internal heating eleme ...


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Jeffrey A Krinsky, Tim R Majoch: Apparatus for limiting current through a plurality of parallel transistors. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, April 6, 1993: US05200692 (16 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an electrical control circuit (10) for controlling current through a furnace coil or other resistive load (14). The control circuit includes a plurality of current control stages (12(1), 12(2), . . . 12(N)), a minimum circuit (16), and a control system (22) which provides feedback from ...


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Jeffrey A Krinsky, Tim R Majoch: Apparatus for controlling current through a plurality of resistive loads. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, May 4, 1993: US05208485 (9 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an electrical control circuit (10) for controlling current through a plurality of resistive loads (14(1), 14(2) . . . 14(N)). The control circuit includes a plurality of current control stages (12(1), 12(2), . . . 12(N)), a comparator circuit (18), and a plurality of diodes D.sub.1, D.s ...



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