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Gregg S Baker: Dynamic intervertebral spacer and method of use. Artifex, BHC Engineering, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, February 2, 1999: US05865848 (543 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion implant assembly for spacing vertebrae and method of using the implant are provided. The implant includes two components each having a vertebral contact surface, a pair of side portions, and an end plate. The two components are complementary such that when placed together they form a ...


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Gregg S Baker, Paul B Hafeli: Implant device and method of installing. BHC Engineering, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, October 29, 1996: US05569251 (147 worldwide citation)

A component is an anchor having a hollow shank with an outer threaded surface for securely fixing to a bone and a threaded interior surface for cooperatively receiving a screw. The anchor cooperates with the screw that engages the interior surface of the shank to form an assembly for holding an elem ...


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Gregg S Baker: Head stabilizing system. BHC Engineering, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, January 2, 2007: US07155747 (25 worldwide citation)

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...


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Baker Gregg S: Head stabilizing device. Bhc Engineering, Baker Gregg S, GARRETT Arthur S, February 27, 2003: WO/2003/015555 (1 worldwide citation)

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...


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Baker Gregg S: Dynamic intervertebral spacer. Bhc Engineering, June 28, 2000: EP1011546-A1

A spinal fusion implant assembly for spacing vertebrae and method of using the implant are provided. The implant includes two components each having a vertebral contact surface, a pair of side portions, and an end plate. The two components are complementary such that when placed together they form a ...


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Baker Gregg S: Head stabilizing device. Bhc Engineering, May 12, 2004: EP1416819-A2

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...


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Baker Gregg S: Head stabilizing system. Bhc Engineering, January 3, 2007: EP1737308-A1

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...


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Gregg S Baker: Head stabilizing system. BHC Engineering, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, August 16, 2007: US20070186329-A1

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...


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Gregg S Baker: Head stabilizing system. BHC Engineering, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, October 25, 2007: US20070245464-A1

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...


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Baker Gregg S: Head stabilizing system. Bhc Engineering, Baker Gregg S, GARRETT Arthur S, October 27, 2005: WO/2005/099503

A head stabilizing system is provided. The head stabilizing system is intended to minimize loads on the head and the neck, some of which may be injurious or even fatal, by generating a reaction force that substantially opposes a force acting on the head and generated by rapid deceleration of a vehic ...