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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for femoral resection alignment. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, January 28, 1997: US05597379 (294 worldwide citation)

The apparatus of the present invention includes a number of components including a guide body component, an extension block component, a rotating arm component, an extension rod component, and a tibial referencing component. The guide body component contacts the distal-most surface of the femur. Its ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Prosthetic implant. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, May 26, 1998: US05755803 (236 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for which has an outer bearing surface and an inner attachment surface. The outer bearing surface functions as a joint contact surface for a reconstructed bone joint. The inner attachment surface contacts a bone and is attached thereto. The inner attachment surface of the impl ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for bony material removal. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, September 22, 1998: US05810827 (208 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for cutting bone. In one embodiment, a femur is resected by means of pattern plates having a cutting path with at least two continuous, non-coplanar guide surfaces. The cutting path has a similar profile to the interior profile of a femoral prosthesis. The cutting ...


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David B Goldstein, Timothy Haines: Method and apparatus for femoral resection. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, May 7, 1996: US05514139 (184 worldwide citation)

A distal femur resecting apparatus for use in the preparation of a human distal femur for the implantation of a human femoral prosthesis. The resecting apparatus includes a positioning apparatus and a pattern device. The positioning apparatus includes a positioning block for attachment to a femur, a ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for tibial resection. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, July 1, 1997: US05643272 (183 worldwide citation)

A method an apparatus for resecting a proximal tibia during a knee replacement operation is provided. The apparatus includes an ankle clamp, an alignment rod, a fixation head, cutting guide clamps having cutting guide slots therein, and a milling bit. The method includes the steps of attaching the a ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Prosthetic implant. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, March 9, 1999: US05879354 (149 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for which has an outer bearing surface and an inner attachment surface. The outer bearing surface functions as ajoint contact surface for a reconstructed bone joint. The inner attachment surface contacts a bone and is attached thereto. The inner attachment surface of the impla ...


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Dhadesugoor R Vaman, Tai Noh, Jay D Bose: Transparant non-disruptable ATM network. Stevens Institute of Technology, Friscia & Nussbaum, January 4, 2000: US06011780 (112 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the transparent, non-disruptable transfer of data, particularly multimedia data, through any packet-based network, such as an ATM network is provided. The method of the present invention includes the step of setting a primary path and a secondary path between nodes of a ne ...


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Mathias Trau, Ilhan A Aksay, Dudley A Saville: Method for electrohydrodynamically assembling patterned colloidal structures. The Trustees of Princeton University, Friscia & Nussbaum, January 5, 1999: US05855753 (89 worldwide citation)

A method apparatus is provided for electrophoretically depositing particles onto an electrode, and electrohydrodynamically assembling the particles into crystalline structures. Specifically, the present method and apparatus creates a current flowing through a solution to cause identically charged el ...


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Dhadesugoor R Vaman, Cadathur V Chakravarthy, Kicheon Hong: High integrity transport for time critical multimedia networking applications. Stevens Institute of Technology, Friscia & Nussbaum, November 30, 1999: US05993056 (53 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for recovery of lost cells in an ATM network wherein an error recovery scheme is incorporated into the ATM adaptation layer to allow recovery of cells along the network.


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Ilhan A Aksay, Mathias Trau, Srinivas Manne, Itaru Honma, George Whitesides: Biomimetic pathways for assembling inorganic thin films and oriented mesoscopic silicate patterns through guided growth. The Trustees of Princeton University, Friscia & Nussbaum, December 21, 1999: US06004444 (50 worldwide citation)

A process directed to preparing surfactant-polycrystalline inorganic nanostructured materials having designed microscopic patterns. The process includes forming a polycrystalline inorganic substrate having a flat surface and placing in contact with the flat surface of the substrate a surface having ...