Jason L. Harris mostly deals with Cartridge, Surgical instrument, Robot end effector, Mechanical engineering and Structural engineering. His work in Cartridge tackles topics such as Deck which are related to areas like Buttress. His study in Surgical instrument is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Acoustics, Computer hardware, Control circuit, Simulation and Biomedical engineering.
His Robot end effector study incorporates themes from Control engineering, Closed position, Control theory and Stroke. His Structural engineering research focuses on Fastener in particular. His research in Fastener intersects with topics in Staple line and Line.
Jason L. Harris mainly focuses on Surgical instrument, Robot end effector, Cartridge, Surgical stapling and Mechanical engineering. While the research belongs to areas of Surgical instrument, Jason L. Harris spends his time largely on the problem of Control circuit, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Simulation. His work carried out in the field of Robot end effector brings together such families of science as Clamping, Control theory, Biomedical engineering and Closed position.
While working on this project, he studies both Biomedical engineering and Adjunct. His Cartridge study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fastener, Structural engineering, Deck and Composite material. Surgical stapling is a subfield of Surgery that Jason L. Harris tackles.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Surgical instrument, Robot end effector, Cartridge, Surgical stapling and Computer hardware. Surgical instrument is a primary field of his research addressed under Mechanical engineering. His work in Robot end effector addresses issues such as Control theory, which are connected to fields such as Position.
Jason L. Harris works on Cartridge which deals in particular with Surgical staple. His Surgical stapling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Key, Authentication and Retainer. The concepts of his Computer hardware study are interwoven with issues in Robot, Signal, Executable and Modular design.
Jason L. Harris spends much of his time researching Surgical instrument, Robot end effector, Computer hardware, Control circuit and Control theory. His study on Surgical instrument is covered under Mechanical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Surgical stapling and Interface.
His Robot end effector research includes elements of Acoustics, Controller, Clamping and Biomedical engineering. His biological study deals with issues like Signal, which deal with fields such as Control unit. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Control theory, Surgical staple is strongly linked to Closed position.
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Surgical instruments with electrodes
Andrew T. Beckman;Paul Guerra;Jason L. Harris;Prasanna Malaviya.
Surgical instrument comprising an articulatable end effector
Zhifan F. Huang;David A. Witt;Raymond M. Banks;Timothy G. Dietz.
Reloadable laparoscopic fastener deploying device with disposable cartridge for use in a gastric volume reduction procedure
Mark S. Zeiner;Jason L. Harris;Michael J. Stokes;Matthew D. Holcomb.
Surgical instruments and end effectors therefor
Patrick A. Weizman;Jeffrey L. Aldridge;Raymond M. Banks;Andrew T. Beckman.
Fastener cartridges including extensions having different configurations
Thomas W. Huitema;Frederick E. Shelton;Geoffrey C. Hueil;Jason L. Harris.
Surgical instruments with articulatable end effectors and improved firing beam support arrangements
Frederick E. Shelton;Chester O. Baxter;Jason L. Harris;Jeffrey S. Swayze.
Fastener cartridge including a layer attached thereto
Jason L. Harris;Mark S. Zeiner;IV Frederick E. Shelton;Jerome R. Morgan.
Fastener cartridge comprising tissue control features
Emily A. Schellin;Frederick E. Shelton;Jason L. Harris.
Fastener cartridge comprising non-uniform fasteners
Emily A. Schellin;Iv Frederick E. Shelton;Jason L. Harris;Thomas W. Huitema.
Surgical instrument assembly comprising a flexible articulation system
Frederick E. Shelton;Jerome R. Morgan;Jason L. Harris;Jeffrey S. Swayze.
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