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William W Malecki, Wesley D Sterman, Hanson S Gifford III, Scott H Miller: Clamp assembly and method of use. Heartport, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 6, 1997: US05626607 (307 worldwide citation)

A clamp for clamping a body structure in a patient. The clamp includes a flexible cable housed within a sheath. The cable and sheath extend between a clamp and a handle. The cable actuator. The cable extends through a sheath which is anchored at the clamp and the actuator for actuating jaws from a p ...


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Francesco Pompei, Janus Ternullo, William W Malecki: Continuous temperature monitor. Exergen Corporation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, August 5, 1997: US05653239 (282 worldwide citation)

Temperature of a subject is continuously monitored using a remote sensor assembly mounted in a subject's ear canal. The remote assembly connects to a display housing which contains the temperature display and supports electronics for responding to the sensed radiation. In one configuration, the majo ...


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William W Malecki, Wesley D Sterman, Hanson S Gifford III, Scott H Miller: Clamp assembly and method of use. Heartport, Jeffry J Grainger, Jens E Hoekendijk, January 5, 1999: US05855590 (106 worldwide citation)

A clamp for clamping a body structure in a patient. The clamp includes a flexible cable housed within a sheath. The cable and sheath extend between a clamp and a handle. The cable actuator. The cable extends through a sheath which is anchored at the clamp and the actuator for actuating jaws from a p ...


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William W Malecki, Wesley D Sterman, Hanson S Gifford III, Scott H Miller: Clamp assembly and method of use. April 9, 2002: US06368340 (90 worldwide citation)

A clamp for clamping a body structure in a patient. The clamp includes a flexible cable housed within a sheath. The cable and sheath extend between a clamp and a handle. The cable actuator. The cable extends through a sheath which is anchored at the clamp and the actuator for actuating jaws from a p ...


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Mark S Ortiz, M Joshua Tolkoff, William W Malecki, Fernando A de Toledo: Endoscopic tissue manipulator. Ethicon, October 25, 1994: US05358496 (87 worldwide citation)

A tissue manipulator is provided which is insertable through an endoscopic tube to enable a surgeon to manipulate tissue inside a body cavity. The tissue manipulator includes an expandable frame comprising a plurality of flexible, interconnected frame members which are adapted to expand laterally ou ...


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Pinaki Ray, William W Malecki, Jan Komtebedde: Methods and devices for occluding the ascending aorta and maintaining circulation of oxygenated blood in the patient when the patient's heart is arrested. Heartport, Hoekendijk & Lynch, February 26, 2002: US06350252 (63 worldwide citation)

A device and method for occluding a patient's ascending aorta, maintaining circulation of oxygenated blood in the patient and delivering cardioplegic fluid to arrest the patient's heart. An aortic occlusion device has an occluding member in the form of a non-inflatable structure which is m ...


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Francesco Pompei, Janus Ternullo, William W Malecki: Continuous temperature monitor. Exergen Corporation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, November 28, 1995: US05469855 (41 worldwide citation)

Temperature of a subject is continuously monitored using a remote sensor assembly mounted in a subject's ear canal. The remote assembly connects to a display housing which contains the temperature display and supports electronics for responding to the sensed radiation. In one configuration, the majo ...


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Daniel R Burnett, Ric Cote, William W Malecki, Brian M Neil, David Beaulieu, Benjamin D Voiles: Liner for cryogenic treatment systems. Channel Medsystems, Levine Bagade Han, December 26, 2017: US09848933

Methods and apparatus for the treatment of a body cavity or lumen are described where a heated fluid and/or gas may be introduced through a catheter and into treatment area within the body contained between one or more inflatable/expandable members. The catheter may also have optional pressure and t ...


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Daniel R Burnett, Ric Cote, William W Malecki, Brian M Neil, David Beaulieu, Benjamin D Voiles: Liner for cryogenic treatment systems. Channel Medsystems, Levine Bagade Han, November 21, 2017: US09820796

Methods and apparatus for the treatment of a body cavity or lumen are described where a heated fluid and/or gas may be introduced through a catheter and into treatment area within the body contained between one or more inflatable/expandable members. The catheter may also have optional pressure and t ...


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Daniel R Burnett, Ric Cote, William W Malecki, Brian M Neil, David Beaulieu, Benjamin D Voiles: Cryogenic treatment systems. Channel Medsystems, Levine Bagade Han, March 28, 2017: US09603650

Methods and apparatus for the treatment of a body cavity or lumen are described where a heated fluid and/or gas may be introduced through a catheter and into treatment area within the body contained between one or more inflatable/expandable members. The catheter may also have optional pressure and t ...