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Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr, Randy R Sibbitt: Vascular closure methods and apparatuses. Abbott Vascular, Workman Nydegger, Randy Shen, November 1, 2011: US08048108 (23 worldwide citation)

A vascular closure device comprised of a sheath-delivered expandable, umbrella-like device with structural radial members with terminal and non-terminal hooks that engage the vessel wall. Unlike other vascular closure umbrella-type devices that effect closure by opening of the umbrella to cover an o ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr, Robert M Curtis, Randy R Sibbitt: Redundant tissue closure methods and apparatuses. Abbott Vascular, Workman Nydegger, Randy Shen, January 13, 2015: US08932324 (7 worldwide citation)

A tissue closure device including a tissue eversion apparatus, and a first and a second, redundant closure element that are placed on the external surface of a tissue puncture wound to enhance the efficacy of closure. The first closure element and the second closure element are left resident on the ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr, Randy R Sibbitt: Vascular opening edge eversion methods and apparatuses. Abbott Vascular, Workman Nydegger, Randy Shen, December 30, 2014: US08920442 (3 worldwide citation)

Tissue eversion apparatuses and methods suitable for use, as examples, with vascular closure devices. The tissue eversion apparatuses comprise a tissue engaging element, disposed within a delivery sheath. The delivery sheath protects the tissue engaging element and the surrounding tissue during use. ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr, Randy R Sibbitt: Reciprocating procedure syringes. Avance Medical Devices, June 28, 2011: US07967793 (3 worldwide citation)

A reciprocating syringe that can be used in connection with existing syringe barrels and fittings. Some embodiments comprise a frame, adapted to retain two existing syringe barrels. The frame can accommodate fittings on one or both barrels. The invention also provides a plunger complex, comprising t ...


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Guy R B Elliott, Charles E Holley, Barton L Houseman, Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr: Electrochemical heat engine. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, Dean E Carlson, Paul D Gaetjens, May 16, 1978: US04090012 (3 worldwide citation)

Electrochemical heat engines produce electrochemical work, and mechanical motion is limited to valve and switching actions as the heat-to-work cycles are performed. The electrochemical cells of said heat engines use molten or solid electrolytes at high temperatures. One or more reactions in the cycl ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr, Randy R Sibbitt: Vascular closure methods and apparatuses. ABBOTT VASCULAR, Workman Nydegger, Randy Shen, October 4, 2016: US09456811

A vascular closure device comprised of a sheath-delivered cincture or noose-like device or knot comprised of suture, wire, or other suitable materials, that is placed on the external surface of a puncture wound, and closed. The vascular closure cincture is delivered by a sheath, and after closing is ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt Jr, Randy R Sibbitt: Vascular closure methods and apparatuses. Abbott Vascular, Workman Nydegger, Randy Shen, June 24, 2014: US08758397

A vascular closure device comprising a retrievable sheath-delivered contractible, clip device with structural radial or terminal members with terminal and non-terminal hooks that engage the vessel wall. Unlike other vascular closure clips, this device is delivered on the outside rather than the insi ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt JR, Randy R Sibbitt: Automatic syringes. April 14, 2011: US20110087173-A1

The present invention provides automatic syringes that can be held with one hand in a pencil-grip in which the fingers (thumb or index finger) operate a forwardly based valve that along with selection of needle diameter and length, control the ingress or egress of fluid from the automatic syringe. T ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt JR, Randy R Sibbitt: Vascular Closure Methods and Apparatuses. Avasca Medical, Workman Nydegger, October 8, 2009: US20090254119-A1

A vascular closure device comprised of a sheath-delivered expandable, umbrella-like device with structural radial members with terminal and non-terminal hooks that engage the vessel wall. Unlike other vascular closure umbrella-type devices that effect closure by opening of the umbrella to cover an o ...


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Wilmer L Sibbitt JR, Robert M Curtis, Randy R Sibbitt: Redundant Tissue Closure Methods and Apparatuses. Abbott Vascular, WORKMAN NYDEGGER, May 27, 2010: US20100130965-A1

A tissue closure device including a tissue eversion apparatus, and a first and a second, redundant closure element that are placed on the external surface of a tissue puncture wound to enhance the efficacy of closure. The first closure element and the second closure element closure are left resident ...