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Frederick E Shelton IV, Jerome R Morgan: Apparatus for closing a curved anvil of a surgical stapling device. Ethicon Endo Surgery, October 14, 2008: US07434717 (554 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a surgical stapler having a staple cartridge, an anvil, and a cutting member having a cutting surface, wherein the cutting member is relatively movable with respect to the anvil and the staple cartridge. In at least one embodiment, the anvil is movable between an open ...


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Shelton Frederick E Iv, Morgan Jerome R: Apparatus for closing a curved anvil of a surgical stapling device. Ethicon Endo Surgery, July 16, 2008: EP1943965-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a surgical stapler having a staple cartridge, an anvil, and a cutting member having a cutting surface, wherein the cutting member is relatively movable with respect to the anvil and the staple cartridge. In at least one embodiment, the anvil is movable between an open ...


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Frederick E Shelton IV, Jerome R Morgan, Stephen J Balek: Surgical stapling device with a curved end effector. Ethicon Endo Surgery, March 28, 2017: US09603598 (1 worldwide citation)

In various embodiments, an end effector for use with a surgical instrument is disclosed. The end effector comprises a first jaw and a second jaw moveable relative to the first jaw, wherein one of the first jaw and the second jaw comprises a plurality of staple cavities arranged in a plurality of cur ...


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Frederick E Shelton IV, Jerome R Morgan: Surgical stapling devices having laterally movable anvils. Ethicon Endo Surgery, September 5, 2017: US09750501

An end effector for stapling tissue is disclosed. The end effector comprises a staple cartridge comprising staples removably stored therein and an anvil configured to deform the staples. The anvil comprises a proximal portion, a distal portion, and a middle portion intermediate the proximal portion ...


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Frederick E Shelton IV, Jerome R Morgan, Stephen J Balek: Surgical stapling device with a curved end effector. Ethicon, May 23, 2017: US09655624

In various embodiments, an end effector for cutting and stapling tissue is disclosed. The end effector comprises a first jaw and a second jaw, wherein one of the first jaw and the second jaw comprises a plurality of staple cavities arranged in a plurality of curved staple cavity rows, wherein the se ...


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Frederick E Shelton IV, Jerome R Morgan: Surgical stapling device with a curved staple cartridge. Ethicon, August 15, 2017: US09730692

In various embodiments, an end effector for use with a surgical instrument is disclosed. The end effector comprises a staple cartridge comprising a plurality of staple cavities arranged in staple cavity rows, a plurality of staples ejectably stored in the staple cavities, and a slot comprising a lon ...


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Frederick E Shelton, Jerome R Morgan: Apparatus for closing a curved anvil of a surgical stapling device. Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis, July 17, 2008: US20080169327-A1

The present invention includes a surgical stapler having a staple cartridge, an anvil, and a cutting member having a cutting surface, wherein the cutting member is relatively movable with respect to the anvil and the staple cartridge. In at least one embodiment, the anvil is movable between an open ...


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Shelton Frederick E, Morgan Jerome R: Apparatus for closing a curved anvil of a surgical stapling device. Ethicon Endo Surgery, sujuan, July 23, 2008: CN200810003402

The present invention discloses an apparatus for closing a curved anvil of a surgical stapling device which includes a surgical stapler having a staple cartridge, an anvil, and a cutting member having a cutting surface, wherein the cutting member is relatively movable with respect to the anvil and t ...


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SURGICAL STAPLING DEVICE HAVING SUPPORTS FOR A FLEXIBLE DRIVE MECHANISM. January 19, 2017: US20170014125-A1

The present invention includes a surgical stapler having a staple cartridge, an anvil, a cutting member having a cutting surface, and a driver operably engaged with the cutting member to move the cutting member relative to the anvil and the staple cartridge. In at least one embodiment, one of the an ...



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