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Friedman Joshua: Electrosurgery instrument. Demetron Corporation, April 8, 1975: US3875945 (280 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgery instrument having a radio frequency oscillator energized from a power supply controlled by a switching arrangement to produce either dc, full wave rectified ac, or half-wave rectified ac at its output, depending upon whether it is desired to operate in the cut, coagulate, or fulgur ...


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William S Walker: Electrosurgery instrument. Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, January 7, 1986: US04562838 (254 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgery instrument having ducts to direct a stream of fluid past the electrode to dissipate the smoke produced in surgery. The instrument can also be provided with a light-transmitting cable to illuminate a region around the electrode.


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Richard P Fleenor: Laparoscopic electrosurgical pencil. Beacon Laboratories, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, April 26, 1994: US05306238 (196 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical apparatus (10) is disclosed wherein the electrode (12) and nozzle (14) can be maintained in a nested arrangement when the apparatus (10) is in inactive operation, such as when the electrode (12) is being positioned for surgery or when the apparatus (10) is not in use. The apparatu ...


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Ji Zhang, Terence J Gilhuly, Samuel V Lichtenstein: Wireless electrosurgical device and methods thereof. Quantum, April 22, 2003: US06551312 (72 worldwide citation)

An improved wireless electrosurgery instrument comprising at least one surface electrical contact for contactably coupling the wireless instrument to a remote power source through a coupling mechanism, wherein the coupling mechanism comprises an insulated electrical conductor running through a surge ...


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Cary Hata, Ji Zhang: Wireless electrosurgical adapter unit and methods thereof. Quantumcor, May 27, 2003: US06569163 (40 worldwide citation)

A wireless adapter unit that couples to an electrosurgery instrument comprising at least one surface electrical contact for contactably coupling the electrosurgical instrument to a remote power source through a coupling mechanism, wherein the coupling mechanism comprises an insulated electrical cond ...


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Buysse Steven Paul, Moses Michael C, Schechter Dave A, Johnson Kristin D, Tetzlaff Philip Mark, Mihaichuk Carolyn H: Electrosurgery instrument to reduce attendant damage to adjacent tissue. Covidien, July 9, 2009: JP2009-148575 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrode assembly to reduce thermal diffusion to adjacent tissue.SOLUTION: The electrode assembly 21 is used by being combined with an electrosurgery instrument. The electrosurgery instrument includes opposing end effectors 22, 24 and a handle 18 for generating m ...


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Fleenor Richard P, Bromley Robert L: Nickel titanium alloy electrosurgery instrument. Fleenor Richard P, Bromley Robert L, March 5, 2008: GB2441443-A

An electrosurgical instrument including a Nickel Titanium alloy electrode that reduces eschar build-up during surgical procedures. Electrosurgical instruments conforming to aspects of the invention include electrosurgery blades, laparoscopic electrodes, and electrosurgery forceps including one or mo ...


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Fleenor Richard P: Laparoscopic electrosurgical pencil.. Beacon Lab, July 6, 1994: EP0604539-A1

An electrosurgical apparatus (10) is disclosed wherein the electrode (12) and nozzle (14) can be maintained in a nested arrangement when the apparatus (10) is in inactive operation, such as when the electrode (12) is being positioned for surgery or when the apparatus (10) is not in use. The apparatu ...


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Fleenor Richard P: Crayon electrochirurgical pour laparoscopie, Laparoscopic electrosurgical pencil. Birtcher Medical Systems, Birtcher Medical Systems, MOFFAT & CO, April 1, 1993: CA2119382

An electrosurgical apparatus (10) is disclosed wherein the electrode (12) and nozzle (14) can be maintained in a nested arrangement when the apparatus (10) is in inactive operation, such as when the electrode (12) is being positioned for surgery or when the apparatus (10) is not in use. The apparatu ...