• New Knot Tying Technique for Minimally Invasive approach to Mitral Valve Repair
    R. Rodriguez, f. p. Sutter, f. d. Ferdinand, l. e. Samuels, g. Scott. surgery, Lankenau medical center, Wynnewood, PA, USA.
  •  Clinical Outcomes of Patients More Than One Year after Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair and Replacement Surgery with Sutures Secured using Automated Titanium Fasteners
    Roberto Rodriguez, Francis P. Sutter, Louis E. Samules, Daniel Ice, Susan Morrissey, Kathleen M. Holzerman, Scott Goldman. Lankenau Medical Center, Wynnewood, PA, USA.
  •  Comparison of Strength, Consistency and Speed of Manually-Tied Knots vs. Automated Titanium Fasteners in an Ex-vivo Minimally Invasive Mitral Ring Model Using a New MicroTransducer Pressure Analysis System
    Candice Y. Lee, Peter A. Knight, Jude S. Sauer, Heather R. Gorea, Angelo J. Martellaro  University of Rochester Medical Center/Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY, USA, 2LSI SOLUTIONS, INC., Victor, NY, USA.
  •  Facilitating Technology for Knot Tying During Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair
    Scott Goldman, Francis Sutter, Roberto Rodriguez, Francis Ferdinand Lankenau Medical Center, Wynnewood, PA, USA.
  • Titanium Fasteners in Open Aortic Valve Replacement Surgery: Effective and Significant Savings
    Candice Y. Lee, MD, Juan M. Lehoux, MD, Peter A. Knight, MD. University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY, USA.