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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Bone replacement.. Haerle Anton, July 8, 1992: EP0493698-A1 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a bone replacement for use in bone defect fillings and/or bone distractions in the body, in which two material components form the shaped body, the first of these material components having a high mechanical "strength", and the second material component having good biologica ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Selfblocking thread.. Haerle Anton, August 14, 1991: EP0441224-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a self-blocking thread, in which the two edges (3, 4) of at least some of the thread pitches of an element, i.e. of the bolt (10) or of the nut (20), are of steeper design than the edges of the other element (1, 2) which interacts therewith, so that the interacting edges are ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Connector for medical cavity tube.. Haerle Anton, January 18, 1995: EP0634190-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a connector for the releasable coupling and decoupling of individual components, especially of medical lines. There is a connector which brings about axial displacement with respect to one another of the line parts to be connected to one another, brings about the connecting ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Bone implant having a cavity.. Haerle Anton, June 22, 1994: EP0602274-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a bone implant (3) in which, according to the invention, there are provided two openings (11, 12) connected to the cavity (10) of the prosthesis interior. In this way, the prosthesis can be used to generate a reduced pressure in a space which surrounds the prosthesis, so tha ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Process for preparing a medical implant.. Haerle Anton, November 9, 1994: EP0623323-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a process for preparing medical implants for use in human and veterinary medicine. An implant with micropores or macropores is produced in such a way that the cavities are open-celled and communicate with the environment and the cavities are evacuated and have a gas pressure ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Fastening element with a thread profile for optimizing tensioning.. Haerle Anton, June 28, 1995: EP0660004-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

Threaded fastening element with thread profile, for optimising tensioning, for internally threaded and, in particular, externally threaded configurations, in the case of which the thread-profile curve is characterised by a multiplicity of different curvatures which merge one into the other preferabl ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Auxiliary osteosynthesis screw.. Haerle Anton, July 17, 1991: EP0436885-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

Auxiliary osteosynthesis screw for the fixation of bones or bone fragments with a bone thread area and a grip, in which the stability at the so-called stress points of the screw has been improved, and changes have been made to the screw design for the purpose of improved contact, and, finally, angul ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Cylindrical bodies with external thread.. Haerle Anton, February 26, 1992: EP0472017-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a sharply threaded screw or a corresponding screw tap, for example for osteosynthesis purposes, a work set being proposed which is defined by several screws and/or screw taps which have different external diameters and, if appropriate, different core diameters, but which all ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Centering element for bone implants. Haerle Anton, November 20, 1996: EP0743048-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

The prosthesis (3) has a hollow shaft set longitudinally into it and openings (11,12) on the outer side which are connected to a hollow body (10). This hollow body is situated axially centrally in the prosthesis. The shaft (4) is held in its required position by radial lugs (8) at the outer end and ...


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Haerle Anton Prof Dr: Load transfer member for osteosynthesis.. Haerle Anton, May 24, 1995: EP0654248-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Load transfer members for osteosynthesis embodied as bone fixating means and load carriers with a coupling device, as well as surgical instruments in which a nominal breaking point is integrated in the shaft at one point. This nominal breaking point ensures that that part of the load transfer member ...