Keith Penny, Francis Amoah, Nigel M Goble: Tissue treatment method. Gyrus Medical, Oliff & Berridge, October 7, 2003: US06629974 (407 worldwide citation)

A method for skin treatment comprises the steps of delivering at least one pulse of radio frequency power to at least one electrode in order to create an electric field; passing gas through the electric field in order to form plasma from the gas; and applying the plasma to the surface of skin. The a ...

Narendra T Sanghvi, Richard Bihrle, Francis J Fry: Focussed ultrasound tissue treatment method. Indianapolis Center for Advanced Research, Barnes & Thornburg, October 14, 1997: US05676692 (254 worldwide citation)

A method of treatment of tissue with focussed ultrasound comprises placing adjacent the tissue to be treated a reflector of ultrasound or an ultrasound energy conversion device which converts received ultrasound energy to heat, stores the heat and then releases the heat over time into the tissue to ...

Mark Leung, Krishan Shah, Laura Conquergood, Subashini Chandran, Neil Godara: Electrosurgical tissue treatment method. Baylis Medical Company, Dimock Stratton, Mark B Eisen, November 13, 2007: US07294127 (249 worldwide citation)

A medical probe assembly, system, and methods for the use thereof to treat tissue are described. The system optionally comprises an energy source, two internally-cooled probe assemblies, and one or more cooling devices to provide cooling to at least one of the probe assemblies. The probe assemblies ...


William W Cimino: Non-invasive ultrasonic soft-tissue treatment method. Body Beam Research, Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, October 23, 2012: US08292835 (23 worldwide citation)

Non-invasive apparatus and methods are disclosed for treatment of soft-tissues of a human or animal body, and, more particularly, non-invasive treatment apparatus and methods for destruction of adipose tissues of a patient using focused delivery of ultrasonic energy in a group focal zone.

Kevin P Connors, Michael W Sasnett: Radiation delivery module and dermal tissue treatment method. Cutera, Morrison & Foerster, April 28, 2009: US07524328 (16 worldwide citation)

A radiation delivery module (8) includes a body (48) supportable on a patient's skin and defines a skin surface plane generally aligned with the patient's skin surface (40). A radiation source (22) is mounted to the body and produces a beam (34) of tissue-damaging radiation directed transverse to an ...

W Gregory Chernoff: Tissue treatment method. Barnes & Thornburg, June 19, 2007: US07232456 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of treatment of a scar comprising applying a topical silicone gel to the scar, and wiping off the excess to leave a thin layer of the gel on the scar. Applications of the topical silicone gel can be alternated with applications of silicone gel sheeting to the scar. The method may further in ...

Robert Harrison, Neil Godara, Laura Man Yee Yu: Electrosurgical tissue treatment method. Avent, Dority & Manning P A, May 24, 2016: US09345537 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods of treating spinal tissue of a patient's body are disclosed, some including providing a system including an energy source and first and second probe assemblies, wherein each of the probe assemblies includes an electrically conductive energy delivery device electrically coupled to the energy ...

Nobuko Matsuo, Takahiro Kogasaka, Kunihide Kaji, Ken Yamatani, Seigo Kitano, Kazuhiro Yasuda: Biological tissue transfer method and biological tissue treatment method. Olympus Medical Systems, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC, October 14, 2014: US08857441 (1 worldwide citation)

The present application relates to a biological tissue transfer method for transferring a biological target tissue within the body, the method comprising: (a) attaching part of a first traction member to a first position which is different from a connecting position at which the target tissue is con ...

Eric R Cosman, Eric R Cosman: Electrosurgical generator. COSMAN INTRUMENTS, Steptoe & Johnson, August 1, 2017: US09717552 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to high-frequency ablation of tissue in the body using a cooled high-frequency electrode connected to a high frequency generator including a computer graphic control system and an automatic controller for control the signal output from the generator, and adapted to display on ...