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Bencini Robert F, Weitzner Barry D: Disposable biopsy forceps.. Bard C R, August 8, 1990: EP0380874-A1 (40 worldwide citation)

A disposable biopsy forceps includes an elongate tubular member (4) having proximal and distal ends. Manually operated actuating means is mounted to the proximal end of the flexible tubular member. A biopsy jaw assembly (54) is mounted to the distal end of the tubular member and is operatively conne ...


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BROCK DAVID L, LEE WOOJIN, AILENGER ROBERT, WEITZNER BARRY, ROGERS GARY: [fr] Instrument flexible, [de] Flexibles Instrument, [en] Flexible instrument. HANSEN MEDICAL, March 23, 2011: EP2298220-A1 (22 worldwide citation)

[en] A remotely controllable flexible instrument system for performing a medical procedure comprising an instrument shaft (30 528) proximally mounted to a drive unit via a drive shaft characterized in that the instrument shaft supports a medical procedure mechanism and has at least one flexible sect ...


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Bencini Robert Frederick, Remiszewski Stanley Howard, Weitzner Barry David: Surgical gripping instrument.. Bard C R, September 11, 1991: EP0446020-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

A surgical gripping instrument, e.g. for gripping and removing intestinal polyps, includes a sheath (60), gripping means (59) at the distal end of the sheath movable with respect to the sheath by a predetermined distance for actuating the gripping means, a support assembly (10) and a slide (30) mova ...


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Devlin Peter J, Weitzner Barry D, Watson Thomas: Disposable biopsy forceps.. Bard C R, December 15, 1993: EP0573817-A1 (14 worldwide citation)

A disposable biopsy forceps includes an elongate tubular member (12) having proximal and distal ends. Manually operated actuating means is mounted to the proximal end of the flexible tubular member. A biopsy jaw assembly (20) is mounted to the distal end of the tubular member and is operatively conn ...


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Weitzner Barry, Deneault Taryn, Krueger Katie, Clerc Claude, Martins Harold M, Bertolino William: Anti-obesity stent. Boston Scientific Scimed, SCOLA Daniel A Jr, December 13, 2007: WO/2007/142833 (12 worldwide citation)

The anti-obesity stent includes a tubular structure having outer and inner surfaces and proximal and distal ends. The tubular structure is sized to fit within a duodenum in substantially coaxial relation therewith. The tubular structure is impervious or semiĀ¬ permeable to digestive substances and ch ...


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Weitzner Barry, Smith Paul J, Golden John B, Intoccia Brian J, Krueger Katie, Suon Naroun, Kappel Gary S, Shaw William J, Geitz Kurt: Direct drive endoscopy systems and methods. Boston Scientific Scimed, GARRETT Authur S, June 12, 2008: WO/2008/070556 (11 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are various systems and methods for facilitating control of a tool or tools. The systems can allow a user to control multiple degrees of freedom. One such system allows a user to control multiple degrees of freedom of two tools simultaneously. Another such system allows a user to co ...


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Chen Anna, Weitzner Barry, Golden John, Bacon Dan, Dang Kim, Rothstein Richard: Steerable medical device control system. Boston Scientific, GARRETT Arthur S, January 4, 2007: WO/2007/002545 (11 worldwide citation)

A control system for allowing a user to control the orientation of a medical device or a medical instrument in a variety of directions. An actuator selectively tensions one or more control cables having ends secured at or adjacent a distal tip of the medical device in order to bend the distal tip in ...


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Weitzner Barry, Krueger Katie, Clerc Claude, Bertolino William: Anti- obesity dual stent. Boston Scientific Scimed, SCOLA Daniel A Jr, December 13, 2007: WO/2007/142834 (10 worldwide citation)

The anti-obesity dual stent includes a tubular outer structure within which is located a coaxial tubular inner structure. The outer structure is sized to fit within a duodenum in substantially coaxial relation therewith. The outer and inner structures communicate with the pylorus and papilla of Vate ...


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Weitzner Barry: Anti-obesity flow controller. Boston Scientific Scimed, SCOLA Daniel A Jr, December 13, 2007: WO/2007/142832 (9 worldwide citation)

The anti-obesity flow controller includes a tubular structure which is sized to fit within a duodenum in substantially coaxial relation therewith. The anti-obesity flow controller includes a transport structure which is connected to the tubular structure. The tubular structure is secured within the ...