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David C Yates: Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. September 24, 1996: US05558671 (848 worldwide citation)

An impedance monitoring device is provided for monitoring the electrical impedance of tissue as it is treated with electrosurgical energy. Based on a predicted model of tissue impedance and a number of initial impedance readings, the impedance at which tissue treatment is completed is predicted. Mor ...


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Williamson Warren P, Yates David C: Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, November 28, 2001: EP1157666-A1 (407 worldwide citation)

Query electrodes are provided for monitoring the electrical impedance of tissue as it is treated with electrosurgical energy. In one embodiment, based on a predicted model of tissue impedance and a number of initial impedance readings, the impedance at which tissue treatment is completed is predicte ...


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Yates David C: Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, March 27, 1996: EP0703461-A2 (186 worldwide citation)

An impedance monitoring device is provided for monitoring the electrical impedance of tissue as it is treated with electrosurgical energy. Based on a predicted model of tissue impedance and a number of initial impedance readings, the impedance at which tissue treatment is completed is predicted. Mor ...


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Yates David C: Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, November 7, 2001: EP1151725-A1 (81 worldwide citation)

An impedance monitoring device is provided for monitoring the electrical impedance of tissue as it is treated with electrosurgical energy. Based on a predicted model of tissue impedance and a number of initial impedance readings, the impedance at which tissue treatment is completed is predicted. Mor ...


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Williamson Warren P, Yates David C: Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, June 26, 1996: EP0717967-A2 (30 worldwide citation)

Query electrodes are provided for monitoring the electrical impedance of tissue as it is treated with electrosurgical energy. In one embodiment, based on a predicted model of tissue impedance and a number of initial impedance readings, the impedance at which tissue treatment is completed is predicte ...


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Yates David C: Moniteur avec retroaction dimpedance pour instrument electrochirurgical, Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. Yates David C, Ethicon Endo Surgery, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLSRL, December 12, 2006: CA2158783

An impedance monitoring device is provided for monitoring the electrical impedance of tissue as it is treated with electrosurgical energy. Based on a predicted model of tissue impedance and a number of initial impedance readings, the impedance at which tissue treatment is completed is predicted. Mor ...


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Yates David C: Impedance feedback monitor for electrosurgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, August 6, 1996: JP1996-196543

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To measure the final point of coagulation utilizing a tissue impedance giving varied values depending on changes in the composition of a tissue or the like by comparing a measured impedance with a target impedance to alter a control signal when the measured impedance is higher ...


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METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND DEVICES FOR CONTROLLING ELECTROSURGICAL TOOLS. February 28, 2019: US20190059929-A1

Various exemplary methods, systems, and devices for controlling electrosurgical tools are provided.


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METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND DEVICES FOR CONTROLLING ELECTROSURGICAL TOOLS. February 28, 2019: US20190059972-A1

Various exemplary methods, systems, and devices for controlling electrosurgical tools are provided.


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METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND DEVICES FOR CONTROLLING ELECTROSURGICAL TOOLS. February 28, 2019: US20190059985-A1

Various exemplary methods, systems, and devices for controlling electrosurgical tools are provided.