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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating sim alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Ira D Blecker, May 19, 1987: US04665906 (1490 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elments instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install a ...


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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Jeffrey G Sheldon, March 2, 1993: US05190546 (580 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...


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James E Jervis: Method of inserting medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Jeffrey G Sheldon, November 26, 1991: US05067957 (559 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...


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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Jeffrey G Sheldon & Mak Sheldon, January 28, 1997: US05597378 (509 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made form shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...


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Wells Whitney, Brian Kennedy, Chester Sandberg: Self-regulating heater employing reactive components. Raychem Corporation, Timothy H P Richardson, Herbert G Burkard, July 18, 1989: US04849611 (289 worldwide citation)

Novel electrical heater which are self-regulating as a result of appropriate combination of a constant current or constant voltage power source with a resistive heating component and a temperature-sensitive component. Preferred heaters comprise a plurality of heating units, each of which heating uni ...


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Kevin J Friel: Electrical devices comprising conductive polymers. Raychem Corporation, Marguesite E Gerstner, Timothy H P Richardson, Herbert G Burkard, November 21, 1989: US04882466 (258 worldwide citation)

An electrical device includes a laiminar resistive element which exhibits PTC behavior and two electrodes which exhibit ZTC behavior. The electrodes have a geometry which results in a resistance that is greater than the resistance of the resistive elements. The electrical device, which may be a heat ...


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Lee M Middleman, Walter R Pyka, Michael Buhler, Philippe Poncet, Karl Van Dyk, James E Jervis: Device or apparatus for manipulating matter. Raychem Corporation, Sheri M Novack, Herbert G Burkard, January 23, 1996: US05486183 (255 worldwide citation)

The present invention accordingly provides a device or apparatus for manipulating matter in a confined or inaccessible space, comprising manipulator means at least partly constructed of one or more bent or twisted elongate shape memory alloy members having pseudoelasticity at the intended manipulati ...


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Harrison John D, Choi Jei Y, Marchant Peter R: Heat recoverable alloy. Raychem Corporation, August 21, 1973: US3753700 (251 worldwide citation)

An alloy capable of having the property of heat recoverability imparted thereto comprising 49.1 to 50.2 atomic percent of titanium, 2.1 to 4.7 atomic percent of iron and the remainder nickel.


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Walter R Pyka, Hank C K Wuh, Lee M Middleman: Sutures utilizing shape memory alloys. Raychem Corporation, Edith A Rice, Herbert G Burkard, March 26, 1991: US05002563 (246 worldwide citation)

A suture and a suturing method are set forth for suturing a wound in the tissue of a patient and defined by tissue edges. The suture comprises an alloy member having a first end portion, a second end portion, and a first undeformed shape. It is deformable into a second deformed shape. The member has ...


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