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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Augé, N Mani Prakash: Electrosurgery devices. NuOrtho Surgical, Janeen Vilven, Vidal A Oaxaca, Peacock Myers P C, June 23, 2009: US07549989 (33 worldwide citation)

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion. Deleterious effects to tissue are minimized by means of control of acid-base shift reactions, which reactions can further be employed to control oxy-hydro combustion reactions. In one embodiment, radiofrequency energy in electrical connect ...


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Wayne K Auge II, Roy E Morgan: Devices for electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Janeen Vilven, Vidal A Oaxaca, Stephen A Slusher, November 4, 2008: US07445619 (27 worldwide citation)

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion and methods for use of such devices in electrosurgical procedures. Provided are devices for combustion of oxygen and hydrogen, or other hydrocarbon fuels, wherein oxygen and hydrogen may be generated by electrolysis or oxygen and hydrogen, ...


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Wayne K Auge II, Roy E Morgan: Devices for electrosurgery. NuOrtho Surgical, Janeen Vilven, Vidal A Oaxaca, Peacock Myers P C, May 11, 2010: US07713269 (22 worldwide citation)

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion and methods for use of such devices in electrosurgical procedures. Provided are devices for combustion of oxygen and hydrogen, or other hydrocarbon fuels, wherein oxygen and hydrogen may be generated by electrolysis or oxygen and hydrogen, ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge II: Electrosurgery devices. NuOrtho Surgical, Janeen Vilven, Vidal A Oaxaca, Peacock Myers P C, October 26, 2010: US07819864 (20 worldwide citation)

Devices for electrosurgery by means of oxy-hydro combustion. Deleterious effects to tissue are minimized by means of control of acid-base shift reactions, which reactions can further be employed to control oxy-hydro combustion reactions. In one embodiment, radiofrequency energy in electrical connect ...


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Ralph I McNall III, Kay W Chang, Paul O Davison: Electrosurgical devices for tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. Peak Surgical, Morrison & Foerster, March 20, 2012: US08137345 (16 worldwide citation)

Monopolar electrosurgery devices adapted for resecting tonsil and adenoid tissue. The devices minimize thermal injury by employing a plasma generated by pulsed electrical signals to precisely and effectively cut or coagulate the tissues. Suction may also be applied to the tissues to enhance the cutt ...


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Ralph I McNall III, Kay W Chang, Paul O Davison: Wire electrode devices for tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. Medtronic Advanced Energy, Jeffrey J Hohenshell, March 17, 2015: US08979842 (9 worldwide citation)

Monopolar electrosurgery devices adapted for resecting tonsil and adenoid tissue. The devices minimize thermal injury by employing a plasma generated by pulsed electrical signals to precisely and effectively cut or coagulate the tissues. Suction may also be applied to the tissues to enhance the cutt ...


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Ralph I McNall III, Kay W Chang, Paul O Davison: Electrosurgical devices for tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. Medtronic Advanced Energy, Jeffrey J Hohenshell, January 21, 2014: US08632537 (3 worldwide citation)

Monopolar electrosurgery devices adapted for resecting tonsil and adenoid tissue. The devices minimize thermal injury by employing a plasma generated by pulsed electrical signals to precisely and effectively cut or coagulate the tissues. Suction may also be applied to the tissues to enhance the cutt ...


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James S Cunningham, Paul R Romero: Split electrode for use in a bipolar electrosurgical instrument. COVIDIEN, April 17, 2018: US09943357 (1 worldwide citation)

An end-effector assembly includes opposing first and second jaw members, at least one of which is movable relative to the other from a first position wherein the jaw members are disposed in spaced relation relative to one another to at least a second position closer to one another wherein the jaw me ...


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David M Garrison: Jaw assemblies for electrosurgical instruments and methods of manufacturing jaw assemblies. COVIDIEN, June 20, 2017: US09681908

A jaw assembly includes an electrically-conductive tissue-engaging structure, a jaw member including a support base, and a non-electrically conductive member including a first portion configured to engage the electrically-conductive tissue-engaging structure and a second portion configured to engage ...


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Gary M Couture: Electrode for use in a bipolar electrosurgical instrument. Covidien, August 1, 2017: US09717548

A end-effector assembly includes opposing first and second jaw assemblies, at least one of the first and second assemblies movable relative to the other from a first position wherein the jaw assemblies are disposed in spaced relation relative to one another to at least a second position closer to on ...