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Qi Bin Bao, Hansen A Yuan: Implantable tissue repair device. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikon & Byron P A, May 1, 2001: US06224630 (541 worldwide citation)

A surgical device and related method and kit for use in sealing a biological aperture in situ. In one embodiment, the device is provided in the form of an expandable, porous material such as poly(vinyl alcohol).


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Jeffrey C Felt, Craig A Bourgeault, Matthew W Baker: Articulating joint repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, March 30, 1999: US05888220 (403 worldwide citation)

A method and related materials and apparatus for using minimally invasive techniques to repair (e.g., reconstruct) tissue such as fibrocartilage, and particularly fibrocartilage associated with diarthroidal and amphiarthroidal joints. The method involves the use of minimally invasive techniques to a ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Richard J Zdrahala, Alexander Arsenyev: Biomaterial system for in situ tissue repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, October 23, 2001: US06306177 (348 worldwide citation)

A method, and related composition and apparatus for repairing a tissue site. The method involves the use of a curable polyurethane biomaterial composition having a plurality of parts adapted to be mixed at the time of use in order to provide a flowable composition and to initiate cure. The flowable ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Richard J Zdrahala, Alexander Arsenyev: Biomaterial for in situ tissue repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, October 31, 2000: US06140452 (296 worldwide citation)

A method, and related composition and apparatus for repairing a tissue site. The method involves the use of a curable polyurethane biomaterial composition having a plurality of parts adapted to be mixed at the time of use in order to provide a flowable composition and to initiate cure. The flowable ...


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Jeffrey C Felt: Joint resurfacing system. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 17, 1996: US05556429 (290 worldwide citation)

A system for resurfacing orthopedic joints by arthroscopic means. The system involves a method that includes the delivery of a curable biomaterial, and the use of minimally invasive means to prepare an injury site, and then deliver, cure and shape a curable biomaterial at the site of injury.


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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Paul J Buscemi, Alexander Arsenyev, Christopher H Porter: Method and system for mammalian joint resurfacing. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, November 25, 2003: US06652587 (273 worldwide citation)

A method and system for the creation or modification of the wear surface of orthopedic joints, involving the preparation and use of one or more partially or fully preformed and procured components, adapted for insertion and placement into the body and at the joint site. In a preferred embodiment, co ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Craig A Bourgeault, Matthew W Baker: Articulating joint repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, June 19, 2001: US06248131 (226 worldwide citation)

A method and related materials and apparatus for using minimally invasive means to repair (e.g., reconstruct) tissue such as fibrocartilage, and particularly fibrocartilage associated with diarthroidal and amphiarthroidal joints. The method involves the use of minimally invasive means to access and ...


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Jeffrey C Felt: Joint resurfacing system. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, August 18, 1998: US05795353 (192 worldwide citation)

A system for resurfacing orthopedic joints by arthroscopic means. The system involves a method that includes the delivery of a curable biomaterial, and the use of minimally invasive means to prepare an injury site, and then deliver, cure and shape a curable biomaterial at the site of injury.


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Mark A Rydell: Static mixer. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron PA, June 27, 2000: US06079868 (77 worldwide citation)

A device for mixing and delivering a curable biomaterial using minimally invasive techniques. The device provides a mixing path that is configured to contribute a longitudinal distance dimension to the device that is considerably less than the length of the mixing path itself. In so doing, the devic ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Paul J Buscemi, Alexander Arsenyev, Christopher H Porter: Method and system for mammalian joint resurfacing. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, January 22, 2008: US07320709 (54 worldwide citation)

A method and system for the creation or modification of the wear surface of orthopedic joints, involving the preparation and use of one or more partially or fully preformed and procured components, adapted for insertion and placement into the body and at the joint site. In a preferred embodiment, co ...