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Gregory T A Kovacs, Terry R Knapp: Implantable biosensing transponder. LipoMatrix, Howell & Haferkamp L C, November 10, 1998: US05833603 (970 worldwide citation)

A biosensing transponder for implantation in an organism including a human comprises a biosensor for sensing one or more physical properties related to the organism after the device has been implanted, including optical, mechanical, chemical, and electrochemical properties, and a transponder for wir ...


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Winston A Andrews, David Nelson, Richard W Novy: Implantable prosthesis with open cell textured surface and method for forming same. Lipomatrix Incorporated, Howell & Haferkamp L C, August 13, 1996: US05545220 (257 worldwide citation)

A method for forming an open cell texturized surface in a silicone elastomer layer of a breast implant, or other medical implant, is created by forming a layer of uncured silicone elastomer, applying a coating of particles to the surface thereof, and curing the layer by heating it at an elevated tem ...


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Terry R Knapp, Thomas L Monsees, Winston A Andrews: Implant with electrical transponder marker. LipoMatrix Incorporated, Rogers Howell & Haferkamp, April 5, 1994: US05300120 (119 worldwide citation)

A passive transponder may be encoded with a number or code of up to 64 binary bits and then mounted to virtually any prosthesis implanted in a human, such as a breast implant. After implantation, the transponder's code may be conveniently read with a hand held electromagnetic reader which may merely ...


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Terry R Knapp, Winston A Andrews, Pierre Comte: Hydraulic foam tissue implant. LipoMatrix Incorporated, Howell & Haferkamp L C, October 20, 1998: US05824081 (98 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a tissue implant having visco-elastic characteristics which simulate the natural tissue that is intended to be augmented or replaced. The implant is comprised of a shell or envelope enclosing a compound foam body and a fluid filler material. Both the foam body and the fluid ...


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Terry R Knapp: Medical information transponder implant and tracking system. Lipomatrix Incorporated, Howell & Haferkamp L C, January 5, 1999: US05855609 (87 worldwide citation)

A passive electrical transponder may be encoded with a code corresponding to medical information, and the transponder directly transplanted in a patient's underarm area. Medical devices may also carry transponders to identify them for use with the system of the present invention. The code may be acc ...


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Terry R Knapp, John Steuart: Living tissue implant with electrical transponder marker. Lipomatrix Incorporated, Howell & Haferkamp L C, November 2, 1999: US05977431 (71 worldwide citation)

A passive transponder may be encoded with a number or code of up to 64 binary bits and then associated with or mounted to virtually any living tissue implant for implantation in a human. After implantation, the transponder's code may be conveniently read with a hand held electromagnetic reader which ...


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Terry R Knapp, John Steuart: Method of rendering identifiable a living tissue implant using an electrical transponder marker. Lipomatrix Incorporated, Howell & Haferkamp L C, February 10, 1998: US05716407 (48 worldwide citation)

A passive transponder may be encoded with a number or code of up to 64 binary bits and then associated with or mounted to virtually any living tissue implant for implantation in a human. After implantation, the transponder's code may be conveniently read with a hand held electromagnetic reader which ...


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Terry R Knapp, Elizabeth Mary Belsey: Temporary implant with transponder and methods for locating and indentifying. Lipomatrix Incoporated, Howell & Haferkamp, March 10, 1998: US05725578 (40 worldwide citation)

A passive transponder may be encoded with a binary number or code of 64 bits or more and then associated with or mounted to virtually any implant intended for implantation in a human including temporary implants such as drug release implants and organ displacement devices. After implantation, the tr ...


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Terry Russell Knapp, Thomas Lawrence Monsees, Winston A Andrews: Implant with transponder marker. LipoMatrix, Howell & Haferkamp L C, October 7, 1997: US05674288 (31 worldwide citation)

A passive transponder may be encoded with a number or code of up to 64 binary bits and then mounted to virtually any prosthesis implanted in a human, such as a breast implant. After implantation, the transponder's code may be conveniently read with a hand held electromagnetic reader which may merely ...


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Knapp Terry, Kovacs Gregory T A: Implantable biosensing transponder. Lipomatrix, January 7, 1999: EP0888079-A1 (24 worldwide citation)

A biosensing transponder for implantation in an organism including a human comprises a biosensor for sensing one or more physical properties related to the organism after the device has been implanted, including optical, mechanical, chemical, and electrochemical properties, and a transponder for wir ...