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Phil Cripe: Counter-balanced oscillating surgical saw. Exactech, Fish & Richardson P C, December 8, 1998: US05846244 (155 worldwide citation)

A counter-balanced oscillating surgical saw for use in surgical procedures is described which greatly reduces the vibrations caused when the saw blades contact the patient's anatomy. The reduction of vibration is achieved by the present saw which uses two oscillating blades to counter the kinetic en ...


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Albert Burstein, Raymond Cloutier, C Michael Mauldin: Composite bearing inserts for total knee joints. Exactech, Morgan & Finnegan, September 16, 2003: US06620198 (149 worldwide citation)

A composite bearing insert for a total knee joint or a unicondylar knee joint which minimizes or eliminates the production of wear debris resulting from relative motion at the interface between the endoskeleton and a tibial tray of a knee joint prosthesis. The composite bearing insert includes an en ...


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Jose Fernandez, Gary J Miller, C Michael Mauldin: Modular hip prosthesis. Exactech, Dreier & Baritz, November 20, 2001: US06319286 (87 worldwide citation)

A modular hip prosthesis, comprising: (a) a proximal segment including a neck lockingly engageable with a femoral head component and a male tapered portion; (b) a distal segment having a proximal end and a distal tip, the distal segment further formed with a male tapered portion adjacent the proxima ...


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Albert Burstein, Bennie W Gladdish Jr, James Edward Hoyt, Raymond Cloutier, Laurent Angibaud: Mobile bearing knee prosthesis. Exactech, Greenberg Traurig, September 9, 2008: US07422605 (81 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment of the present invention a mobile bearing knee prosthesis may include an interface (e.g., a spherical radius interface) comprised of a concave superior surface on a tibial tray and a convex inferior surface on a tibial insert. In another embodiment of the present invention a mobile ...


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Gary J Miller, Matthew Lyons: Locking surgical tool handle system. Exactech, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, March 2, 1993: US05190550 (71 worldwide citation)

A locking surgical tool handle system. The invention includes a surgical tool handle that has an elongated body portion with a pistol-type grip. The front end of the handle body has a tool retaining structure comprising a contoured engagement face and a moveable tension bar with an engagement end. P ...


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Phil Cripe, Cary M Mauldin: Intramedullary alignment guide tool. Exactech, Fish & Richardson P C, June 8, 1999: US05910143 (68 worldwide citation)

A handling tool for coupling to a cutting guide includes a substantially elongate first end shaped to be grasped by human hand. The tool includes at least two mating tines, disposed at a second end of the tool. The mating tines are biased to move toward each other and are forced apart from each othe ...


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Cary M Mauldin: Medical appliance tool providing one hand actuation. Exactech Incorporated, Sven W Hanson, March 31, 1998: US05732992 (60 worldwide citation)

A tool is disclosed in which components can be grasped and secured using a single actuation motion. A mechanical system converts a single actuation motion into sequential motions at least in part mutually orthogonal. The advantages of this system are one-handed operation and ability to accommodate v ...


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Albert H Burstein: Prosthetic knee joint. Exactech, Greenberg Traurig, May 4, 2004: US06730128 (55 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to prosthetic knee joints having femoral and tibial components. More particularly, in one embodiment the knee joint prosthesis of the present invention includes an auxiliary pair of load bearing surfaces in addition to other load bearing surfaces of the tibial and f ...


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Randall Huebner: Bipolar endoprosthesis. Exactech, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, November 23, 1993: US05263988 (53 worldwide citation)

A bipolar endoprosthesis assembly which provides for a wide-range of motion between a bone and a socket (e.g., a femur and an acetabular socket), comprising a metal outer shell element, a ultra-high molecular weight, low-friction insert formed to fit within the shell element, and a locking ring desi ...


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Joey Camia Reglos, Moti Altarac, Stanley Kyle Hayes, Shawn Tebbe, Daniel H Kim, J Christopher Flaherty: Systems and methods for stabilization of bone structures. Exactech, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, May 3, 2011: US07935134 (48 worldwide citation)

A dynamic bone stabilization system is provided. The system may be placed through small incisions and tubes. The system provides systems and methods of treating the spine, which eliminate pain and enable spinal motion, which effectively mimics that of a normally functioning spine. Methods are also p ...