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Alfred E Mann, James D Causey III, Alan Haubach, Luis J Malave, John Livingston, Cliff Hague, Chad Srisathapat, Jay Yonemoto, Deborah Ruppert, Dennis P Bishop, Adrian Gut, Bob Murtfeldt: External infusion device with remote programming, bolus estimator and/or vibration alarm capabilities. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, March 29, 2005: US06872200 (554 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for infusing a liquid into a body includes an external infusion device and a remote commander. The external infusion device includes a housing, a receiver, a processor and an indication device. The receiver is coupled to the housing and for receiving remotely generated commands. T ...


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Alfred E Mann, James D Causey III, Alan Haubach, Luis J Malave, John Livingston, Cliff Hague, Chad Srisathapat, Jay Yonemoto, Deborah Ruppert, Dennis P Bishop, Adrian Gut, Bob Murtfeldt: External infusion device with remote programming, bolus estimator and/or vibration alarm capabilities. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, August 30, 2005: US06936029 (476 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for infusing a liquid into a body includes an external infusion device and a remote commander. The external infusion device includes a housing, a receiver, a processor and an indication device. The receiver is coupled to the housing and for receiving remotely generated commands. T ...


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Alfred E Mann, James D Causey III, Alan Haubach, Luis J Malave, John Livingston, Cliff Hague, Chad Srisathapat, Jay Yonemoto, Deborah Ruppert, Dennis P Bishop, Adrian Gut, Bob Murtfeldt: External infusion device with remote programming, bolus estimator and/or vibration alarm capabilities. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, December 27, 2005: US06979326 (429 worldwide citation)

An infusion system for infusing a liquid into a body includes an external infusion device and a remote commander. The external infusion device includes a housing, a receiver, a processor and an indication device. The receiver is coupled to the housing and for receiving remotely generated commands. T ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, William Gorman, John Garibotto, Timothy Wood, Patick Gutelius: Transcutaneous fluid delivery system. Insulet Corporation, November 1, 2005: US06960192 (423 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid to a person includes a reservoir for containing a fluid to be delivered to the person; a fluid transport device for dispensing fluid from the reservoir to the person, the fluid transport device including a proximal end in fluid communication with the reservoir and a dis ...


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Andre P Bessette, James L Pacek: Methods and apparatus for skin treatment. Arthrocare Corporation, John T Raffle, Richard R Batt, July 26, 2005: US06920883 (241 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for electrosurgically treating human skin. The skin may be treated by applying thermal energy to the dermis to shrink the skin following liposuction, or to induce collagen deposition at the site of a wrinkle for wrinkle reduction or removal. In another embodiment, a method invo ...


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Michael D Delmore, Patrick R Fleming, Douglas A Huntley, Jamieson C Keister, Cristina U Thomas, Richard H Ferber: Microneedle arrays and methods of manufacturing the same. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Kevin W Raasch, April 19, 2005: US06881203 (210 worldwide citation)

Microneedle arrays, methods of manufacturing microneedles and methods of using microneedle arrays. The microneedles in the microneedle arrays may be in the form of tapered structures that include at least one channel formed in the outside surface of each microneedle. The microneedles may have bases ...


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Jean Woloszko, Craig Tsuji, Theodore C Ormsby: Dual mode electrosurgical clamping probe and related methods. Arthrocare Corporation, John T Raffle, Richard R Batt, December 13, 2005: US06974453 (204 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides systems, apparatus and methods for selectively applying electrical energy to body tissue in order to ablate, contract, coagulate, or otherwise modify a target tissue or organ of a patients. An electrosurgical apparatus of the invention includes a shaft having a shaft d ...


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Ronald A Underwood, Terry S Davison, Hira V Thapliyal, Philip E Eggers: Methods for electrosurgical tissue contraction within the spine. Arthrocare Corporation, John T Raffle, Richard R Batt, August 16, 2005: US06929640 (203 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides systems and methods for selectively applying electrical energy to a target location within a patient's body, particularly including tissue in the spine. The present invention applies high frequency (RF) electrical energy to one or more electrode terminals in the presen ...


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Terry S Davison, Theodore C Ormsby, Jean Woloszko, Robert H Dahla: Electrosurgical ablation and aspiration apparatus having flow directing feature and methods related thereto. Arthrocare Corporation, John T Raffle, Richard R Batt, September 27, 2005: US06949096 (201 worldwide citation)

Electrosurgical methods, systems, and apparatus for the controlled ablation of tissue from a target site of a patient. An electrosurgical apparatus of the invention includes an active electrode assembly having an active electrode screen surrounded by a plurality of flow protectors. Each flow protect ...


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Paul O Davison, Jean Woloszko: Electrosurgical systems and methods for recanalization of occluded body lumens. Arthrocare Corporation, John T Raffle, Richard R Batt, February 15, 2005: US06855143 (174 worldwide citation)

The present invention comprises electrosurgical apparatus and methods for maintaining patency in body passages subject to occlusion by invasive tissue growth. The apparatus includes an electrode support disposed at a shaft distal end having at least one active electrode arranged thereon, and at leas ...