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Wayne K Auge II, Roy E Morgan: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. NuOrtho Surgical, Janeen Vilven, Vidal Z Oaxaca, Peacock Myers P C, August 10, 2010: US07771422 (32 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for electrolytic electrosurgery wherein a detector is located proximal to an active electrode on an electrosurgical probe, optionally disposed between the active electrode and a return electrode, the detector detecting at least on parameter relating to electrolysis. The detected ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge II, N Mani Prakash: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. Stephen A Slusher, Peacock Myers & Adams P C, June 7, 2005: US06902564 (26 worldwide citation)

Method and 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 electri ...


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Morgan Roy E, Auge Wayne K Ii: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. Map Technologies, Morgan Roy E, Auge Wayne K Ii, SLUSHER Stephen A, December 18, 2003: WO/2003/103521 (1 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for electrolytic electrosurgery wherein a detector (270) is located proximal to an active electrode on an electrosurgical probe (260), optionally disposed between the active electrode and a return electrode, the detector detecting at least one parameter relating to electrolysis. ...


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Wayne K Auge II, Roy E Morgan, N Mani Prakash: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. Peacock Myers And Adams P C, December 30, 2004: US20040267255-A1

Method and 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 electri ...


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Roy E Morgan, Wayne K Auge, N Mani Prakash: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. Peacock Myers And Adams P C, February 20, 2003: US20030036753-A1

Method and 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 electri ...


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Wayne K Auge, Roy E Morgan: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. MAP Technologies, Peacock Myers And Adams P C, April 21, 2005: US20050085806-A1

Devices and methods for electrolytic electrosurgery wherein a detector is located proximal to an active electrode on an electrosurgical probe, optionally disposed between the active electrode and a return electrode, the detector detecting at least on parameter relating to electrolysis. The detected ...


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Auge Wayne K Ii, Morgan Roy E, Prakash Narander M: Methods and devices for electrosurgery. Auge Wayne K Ii, Morgan Roy E, Prakash Narander M, SLUSHER Stephen A, February 27, 2003: WO/2003/015865

Method and 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 elect ...


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Methods and Devices for Electrosurgery. NuOrtho Surgical, May 16, 2013: US20130123779-A1

Devices and methods for electrolytic electrosurgery wherein a detector is located proximal to an active electrode on an electrosurgical probe, optionally disposed between the active electrode and a return electrode, the detector detecting at least on parameter relating to electrolysis. The detected ...