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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Richard J Zdrahala, Alexander Arsenyev: Mold apparatus and kit for in situ tissue repair. Disc Dynamics, Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 3, 2002: US06443988 (553 worldwide citation)

A method, and related composition and apparatus for repairing a tissue site. The method involves the use of a curable polyurethane biomaterial composition having a plurality of parts adapted to be mixed at the time of use in order to provide a flowable composition and to initiate cure. The flowable ...


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Daniel L Mooradian, B Nicholas Oray: Circular stapler buttress combination. Synovis Life Technologies, Fredrikson & Byron P A, October 31, 2006: US07128748 (534 worldwide citation)

A combination medical device comprising a circular stapler instrument and one or more portions of preformed buttress material adapted to be stably positioned upon the staple cartridge and/or anvil components of the stapler prior or at the time of use. Positioned buttress material(s) are delivered to ...


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David L Clapper, Melvin J Swanson, Sheau Ping Hu, Richard A Amos, Terrence P Everson: Polybifunctional reagent having a polymeric backbone and photoreactive moieties and bioactive groups. SurModics, Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 19, 2000: US06121027 (438 worldwide citation)

A polybifunctional reagent is provided having a polymeric backbone, one or more pendent photoreactive moieties, and two or more pendent bioactive groups. The reagent can be activated to form a bulk material or can be brought into contact with the surface of a previously formed biomaterial and activa ...


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Daniel L Mooradian, B Nicholas Oray, William F Kuester: Circular stapler buttress combination. Synovis Life Technologies, Fredrikson & Byron P A, August 17, 2010: US07776060 (412 worldwide citation)

A combination medical device comprising a circular stapler instrument (4) and one or more portions of preformed buttress material (16) adapted to be stably positioned upon the staple cartridge (12) and/or anvil (14) components of the stapler (4) prior or at the time of use. Positioned buttress mater ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Craig A Bourgeault, Matthew W Baker: Articulating joint repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, March 30, 1999: US05888220 (403 worldwide citation)

A method and related materials and apparatus for using minimally invasive techniques to repair (e.g., reconstruct) tissue such as fibrocartilage, and particularly fibrocartilage associated with diarthroidal and amphiarthroidal joints. The method involves the use of minimally invasive techniques to a ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Richard J Zdrahala, Alexander Arsenyev: Biomaterial system for in situ tissue repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, October 23, 2001: US06306177 (348 worldwide citation)

A method, and related composition and apparatus for repairing a tissue site. The method involves the use of a curable polyurethane biomaterial composition having a plurality of parts adapted to be mixed at the time of use in order to provide a flowable composition and to initiate cure. The flowable ...


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Jeffrey C Felt, Mark A Rydell, Richard J Zdrahala, Alexander Arsenyev: Biomaterial for in situ tissue repair. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, October 31, 2000: US06140452 (296 worldwide citation)

A method, and related composition and apparatus for repairing a tissue site. The method involves the use of a curable polyurethane biomaterial composition having a plurality of parts adapted to be mixed at the time of use in order to provide a flowable composition and to initiate cure. The flowable ...


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Curtis Amplatz: Method of forming medical devices; intravascular occlusion devices. Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 26, 2000: US06123715 (294 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method of forming a medical device and medical devices which can be formed in accordance with the method. In one embodiment, the method includes the steps of a) providing a metal fabric formed of a plurality of strands formed of a metal which can be heat treated to s ...


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Ralph T Francis, Qing Hong Zhao, Amy Desmith, B Nicholas Oray: Resorbable implant materials. Bio Vascular, Fredrikson & Byron P A, November 6, 2001: US06312474 (292 worldwide citation)

A non-crosslinked, decellularized and purified mammalian tissue (e.g., bovine pericardium) having particular use as an implantable resorbable material. The material is treated by alkylating its primary amine groups in a manner sufficient to reduce the antigenicity of the tissue, permitting the treat ...


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Jeffrey C Felt: Joint resurfacing system. Advanced Bio Surfaces, Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 17, 1996: US05556429 (290 worldwide citation)

A system for resurfacing orthopedic joints by arthroscopic means. The system involves a method that includes the delivery of a curable biomaterial, and the use of minimally invasive means to prepare an injury site, and then deliver, cure and shape a curable biomaterial at the site of injury.