His primary areas of investigation include Surgical instrument, Cartridge, Robot end effector, Mechanical engineering and Surgical stapling. His Surgical instrument research includes themes of Mechanism, Computer hardware and Simulation. His work on Surgical staple is typically connected to Geology as part of general Cartridge study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Robot end effector research incorporates elements of Layer, Actuator, Engineering drawing and Cable gland. The study incorporates disciplines such as Buttress and Tissue thickness in addition to Surgical stapling. His Surgery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dentistry and Biomedical engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgical instrument, Robot end effector, Cartridge, Surgical stapling and Mechanical engineering. He has included themes like Acoustics, Computer hardware, Electrical engineering and Control circuit in his Surgical instrument study. The Robot end effector study combines topics in areas such as Control theory, Rotation, Biomedical engineering and Closed position.
Many of his research projects under Cartridge are closely connected to Geology with Geology, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Surgical stapling is a primary field of his research addressed under Surgery. His research on Mechanical engineering often connects related topics like Structural engineering.
Surgical instrument, Computer hardware, Cartridge, Surgical stapling and Robot end effector are his primary areas of study. Surgical instrument is a subfield of Mechanical engineering that Iv Frederick E. Shelton tackles. In Computer hardware, Iv Frederick E. Shelton works on issues like Scanner, which are connected to Identification.
His work in Cartridge covers topics such as Deck which are related to areas like Clamp. In his research on the topic of Surgical stapling, Surgical staple is strongly related with Authentication. His work carried out in the field of Robot end effector brings together such families of science as Buttress, Clamping and Feature.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Surgical instrument, Surgical stapling, Biomedical engineering, Cartridge and Computer hardware. His Surgical instrument study incorporates themes from Robot end effector, Longitudinal axis, Actuator and Closed position. His study focuses on the intersection of Robot end effector and fields such as Clamping with connections in the field of Deflection.
His Actuator research integrates issues from Mechanical engineering and Position. His Surgical stapling research is under the purview of Surgery. His Cartridge research focuses on Authentication and how it relates to Surgical staple and Key.
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Surgical end effector having buttress retention features
Thomas W. Huitema;Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Jeffrey S. Swayze;Jerome R. Morgan.
Surgical Instrument Having A Multiple Rate Directional Switching Mechanism
Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Richard W. Timm.
Disposable motor-driven loading unit for use with a surgical cutting and stapling apparatus
Kyle P. Moore;Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Ii. William B. Weisenburgh;Jerome R. Morgan.
Electrosurgical stapling instrument with disposable severing / stapling unit
Iv Frederick E. Shelton.
Buttress material for a surgical stapling instrument
Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Thomas W. Huitema;Douglas J. Siebenaler;Jeffrey S. Swayze.
Firing trigger lockout arrangements for surgical instruments
Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Jerome R. Morgan;Steven G. Hall;Richard L. Leimbach.
Surgical instrument comprising a sensor system
Richard L. Leimbach;Shane R. Adams;Mark D. Overmyer;Iv Frederick E Shelton.
Tissue thickness compensator comprising controlled release and expansion
Iii Chester O. Baxter;Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Charles J. Scheib;Christopher W. Widenhouse.
Surgical staple cartridges supporting non-linearly arranged staples and surgical stapling instruments with common staple-forming pockets
Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Christopher J. Schall.
Surgical cutting and fastening instrument having rf electrodes
David C. Yates;Thomas W. Huitema;Frederick E. Shelton.
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