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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow, John J Flynn, Steve Mitchell, Scott A Yerby, John A Markwart: Interspinous process implant having deployable wing and method of implantation. Kyphon SARL, Coats and Bennett P L L C, July 6, 2010: US07749252 (132 worldwide citation)

Systems and method in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention can includes an implant comprising a first wing, a spacer extending from the first wing, and a distraction guide. The distraction guide is arranged in a first configuration to pierce and/or distract tissue associated with a ...


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, T Wade Fallin, Henry A Klyce: Spine distraction implant and method. Kyphon SARL, Coats and Bennett P L L C, February 23, 2010: US07666209 (97 worldwide citation)

A spine distraction implant alleviates pain associated with spinal stenosis and facet arthropathy by expanding the volume in the spine canal and/or neural foramen. The implant provides a spinal extension stop while allowing freedom of spinal flexion.


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Hai H Trieu: Interspinous spacer. Warsaw Orthopedic, Coats and Bennett P L L C, September 8, 2009: US07585316 (84 worldwide citation)

A method of providing an interspinous spacer between adjacent spinous processes includes: (a) providing a spacer that is configurable to a collapsed configuration and to an expanded configuration, where the collapsed configuration presents an implantation profile that is at least 10% smaller than th ...


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Hai H Trieu: Interspinous devices and methods of use. Warsaw Orthopedic, Coats and Bennett P L L C, March 23, 2010: US07682376 (81 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for spacing the spinous processes of adjacent vertebral members. In one embodiment, the device includes first and second sections and an intermediate section that together form an interior section. An elastic member may be positioned within the interior section. The elastic membe ...


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Roy Lim, Michael C Sherman: Interspinous process spacer. Warsaw Orthopedic, Coats and Bennett P L L C, January 4, 2011: US07862590 (68 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of an interspinous spacer that maintains spacing between a superior vertebra and inferior vertebra following a laminectomy. The interspinous spacer may include a superior arch engaging the spinous process of a superior vertebra and an inferior arch engaging the spinous process of an infe ...


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, T Wade Fallin, Henry A Klyce: Spine distraction implant and method. Kyphon SÀRL, Coats and Bennett P L L C, July 6, 2010: US07749253 (67 worldwide citation)

A spine distraction implant alleviates pain associated with spinal stenosis and facet arthropathy by expanding the volume in the spine canal and/or neural foramen. The implant provides a spinal extension stop while allowing freedom of spinal flexion.


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Philippe Maxy, Jose Gournay: Interspinous device for impeding the movements of two successive vertebrae, and method for making a pad designed for it. Warsaw Orthopedic, Coats and Bennett P L L C, April 21, 2009: US07520887 (62 worldwide citation)

An interspinous device for impeding the movements of two successive vertebrae (8, 9) of the spinal column. In some embodiments, the device includes two pads (2a, 2b; 11a, 11b; 20a, 20b) whose internal faces (3a, 3b; 12a, 12b) are intended to be pressed against the lateral faces of the spinous proces ...


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Marc Peterman: Transverse process/laminar spacer. Warsaw Orthopedic, Coats and Bennett P L L C, September 7, 2010: US07789898 (56 worldwide citation)

An inter-transverse process spacer system comprises a first spacer device. The first spacer device comprises opposing end portions. The first spacer device is adapted for insertion between a first pair of adjacent transverse processes, and the opposing end portions of the first spacer device are ada ...


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, T Wade Fallin, Henry A Klyce: Spine distraction implant and method. Kyphon SARL, Coats and Bennett P L L C, December 22, 2009: US07635378 (55 worldwide citation)

A spine distraction implant alleviates pain associated with spinal stenosis and facet arthropathy by expanding the volume in the spine canal and/or neural foramen. The implant provides a spinal extension stop while allowing freedom of spinal flexion.


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow, Henry A Klyce: Supplemental spine fixation device and method. Kyphon SARL, Coats and Bennett P L L C, November 24, 2009: US07621939 (54 worldwide citation)

A supplemental spine fixation device and method is used in association with a primary spine fixation device. The supplemental spine fixation device includes a guide and spacer for distracting apart adjacent spinous processes and the device has hook members which hook about the first and second spino ...