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Peer Lindemann, Victor M Haughton: Endoprosthesis for repairing a damaged vessel. Servetus Partnership, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, November 7, 1989: US04878906 (952 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis consisting of a flexible thin-walled sleeve for reinforcing and repairing a damaged vessel and a process of placing the flexible sleeve in the vessel by collapsing the sleeve radially onto an expandable and contractable member and encasing the member and sleeve in a sheath; and then sli ...


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Peer Lindemann, Victor M Haughton: Safety syringe. Servetus Partnership, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, October 17, 1989: US04874382 (153 worldwide citation)

A safety syringe includes a protective sheath disposed within the interior of the body portion of the syringe. A needle extends from the body portion of the syringe when the syringe is in an armed condition. A biasing mechanism, such as a stretched coiled spring, is connected to the upper end of the ...


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Victor M Haughton, Anton H Clemens: Catheter placement system utilizing a handle, a sharp, and a releasable retainer mechanism providing retraction of the sharp upon disengagement of the catheter from the handle. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, October 8, 1996: US05562629 (101 worldwide citation)

A trocar and catheter assembly for automatically disarming the trocar after placement of the catheter into a patient's blood vessel includes a spring urging retraction of the trocar and a releasable retainer mechanism for maintaining the trocar in an extended position during insertion of the cathete ...


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Anton H Clemens, Victor M Haughton: Needle retraction system. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, March 7, 1995: US05395337 (58 worldwide citation)

A retractable needle medical assembly includes a barrel and a plunger assembly defining an internal passageway within which a retraction member is mounted. The retraction member is biased into the passageway, by means of a spring or a vacuum located within the passageway. The medical assembly furthe ...


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Anton H Clemens, Victor M Haughton: Needle retraction system. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, July 2, 1996: US05531694 (53 worldwide citation)

A retractable needle medical assembly includes a barrel and a plunger assembly defining an internal passageway. A sleeve is mounted to the barrel and extends into the internal passageway defined by the plunger assembly. An actuator member, in the form of an actuator tube, is mounted within the sleev ...


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Victor M Haughton, Anton H Clemens: Catheter sharp retraction system. Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, December 27, 1994: US05376075 (53 worldwide citation)

A trocar and catheter assembly for automatically disarming the trocar after placement of the catheter into a patient's blood vessel includes a spring urging retraction of the trocar and a releasable retainer mechanism for maintaining the trocar in an extended position during insertion of the cathete ...


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Micah B Brown, Jon A Cappel, Kevin M Johnson, Matthew R Smith, Noelle C Simatic, Arinne N Lyman, Victor M Haughton: Device to facilitate controlled rotation of the cervical spine. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Boyle Fredrickson S C, October 7, 2008: US07430773 (5 worldwide citation)

A device for controlled orientation of a person's cervical spine that is compatible with medical imaging machines. The device is capable of rotation about the axis of a patient's spinal column independent of, or in addition to, flexion/extension of a patient's spinal column. The device may incorpora ...


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Victor M Haughton, M Elizabeth Meyerand, Baxter P Rogers, Ryan Henry Sydnor, Anthony Carl Nelson, Jeremy Robert O Brien, Brian Peter Asti, Rafael Davis Connemara, Michael John Hallam, Scott Richard Wiese, John Paul Puccinelli: Patient support and method for studies of lumbar vertebra rotation. Wisconcin Alumni Research Foundation, Boyle Fredrickson S C, September 2, 2008: US07418750 (1 worldwide citation)

A patient support and software evaluate spinal instability by controlled isocentric rotation of the spine and measurement of rotation among vertebra to detect damaged vertebra having disproportionately large rotations. The patient support comprises a first support, adapted to support the shoulders o ...


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Victor M Haughton, M Elizabeth Meyerand, Baxter P Rogers, Ryan Henry Sydnor, Anthony Carl Nelson, Jeremy Robert O Brien, Brian Peter Asti, Rafael Davis Connemara, Michael John Hallam, Scott Richard Wiese, John Paul Puccinelli: Patient support and method for studies of lumbar vertebra rotation. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz S C, October 24, 2006: US07127281

A patient support and software evaluate spinal instability by controlled isocentric rotation of the spine and measurement of rotation among vertebra to detect damaged vertebra having disproportionately large rotations.


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Victor M Haughton, M Elizabeth Meyerand, Baxter P Rogers, Ryan Henry Sydnor, Anthony Carl Nelson, Jeremy Robert O Brien, Brian Peter Asti, Rafael Davis Connemara, Michael John Hallam, Scott Richard Wiese, John Paul Puccinelli: Patient support and method for studies of lumbar vertebra rotation. Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz Sc, February 15, 2007: US20070033736-A1

A patient support and software evaluate spinal instability by controlled isocentric rotation of the spine and measurement of rotation among vertebra to detect damaged vertebra having disproportionately large rotations.