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Rolando M Puno, Kevin A Kelly: Transpedicular screw and rod system. Danninger Medical Technology, Pearne Gordon McCoy & Granger, February 21, 1989: US04805602 (527 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for the internal fixation of the spine. The apparatus comprises two sets of implants each consisting of a rod and a plurality of vertebral anchors. A set of implants is positioned on the spine on either side of the spinous process spanning the portion of spine to be immobili ...


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Marc D Taylor: Continuous passive motion exercise device. Danninger Medical Technology, Hudak & Shunk Co, May 23, 1995: US05417643 (69 worldwide citation)

A continuous, passive motion device includes a chair to which a motivator assembly is attached for exercising the arm and shoulder of a patient seated therein. The assembly has two interconnected drive units, one of which provides elevation of the arm and the other its rotation when the arm is posit ...


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Kevin A Kelly, Roman Szpur: Thermal therapy pad. Danninger Medical Technology, Hudak & Shunk Co, January 24, 1995: US05383919 (62 worldwide citation)

A device is provided to enable simultaneous application of continuous passive motion therapy and thermal therapy. The device specifically provides an improved fluid transfer pad having a first membrane in a sealed cooperation with a second membrane to form a fluid receiving cavity, and the device ha ...


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Jan B Yates, Lawrence M Lubbers: Hand exerciser. Danninger Medical Technology, Pearne Gordon McCoy & Granger, February 24, 1987: US04644938 (53 worldwide citation)

A device for exercising an articulated limb such as a finger includes an elastomeric element for biasing the finger to a flexed position and a motorcontrolled cable is provided to oppose the flexion bias. The elastomeric element, motor, and cable are carried on the arm by a splint. A feed mechanism ...


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Kevin A Kelly: Body composition analyzer. Danninger Medical Technology, Pearne Gordon McCoy & Granger, August 14, 1990: US04947862 (41 worldwide citation)

An analyzer determines the amount of body fat on a patient by using a measurement of body impedence is based upon the nature of the conduction of an applied electrical current in the human body. The analyzer has a constant current source circuit for inducing a high frequency low-voltage signal in th ...


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Daniel A Funk, Jan B Yates: Continuous passive motion shoulder unit. Danninger Medical Technology, Pearne Gordon McCoy & Granger, March 24, 1987: US04651719 (40 worldwide citation)

A lightweight portable device is provided to impart continuous passive motion to a user's shoulder. The device causes abduction and adduction and has the option of causing simultaneous rotation as well through use of a single actuator. The base of the device is curved to fit against a lateral portio ...


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Dan Shamir, Mark W Groves: Continuous passive motion device for imparting a spiral motion to the digits of the hand. Danninger Medical Technology, Daniel J Hudak Co, October 16, 1990: US04962756 (10 worldwide citation)

A portable CPM machine is presented for causing controlled continuous passive motion of one or more of the digits of a patient's hand. The device is mounted on the dorsal surface of the hand for motion of the four fingers and is mounted on the palmar aspect of the forearm for motion of the thumb. Th ...


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Kevin A Kelly, Marc D Taylor, Robin L Taylor: Pneumatic fluid actuated continuous passive motion device. Danninger Medical Technology, Hudak & Shunk Co, June 25, 1996: US05529573 (8 worldwide citation)

A continuous passive motion device comprises a leg support frame actuated by alternately, pneumatically inflating and deflating a bladder assembly. The assembly includes a series of interconnected bladders associated with a pump and a three-way solenoid valve, and provided with flaps secured at a co ...


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William Greuloch, Dan Shamir, Mark W Groves: Continuous passive motion device for imparting a spiral motion to the digits of the hand. Danninger Medical Technology, Daniel J Hudak Co, May 26, 1992: US05115806 (6 worldwide citation)

A continuous passive motion device is provided which imparts a reciprocating spiral motion to one or more fingers of a user. The device can also be adapted for use with a thumb. The motion is achieved by linking a rotary motion of the device to a linear motion with respect to the device of a linear ...


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