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William T Fisher, David E Yaeger, John E Nash, Douglas G Evans: Catheter for conducting a procedure within a lumen, duct or organ of a living being. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, March 9, 2010: US07674253 (189 worldwide citation)

In an embodiment, the invention provides a catheter suitable for use in performing a procedure within a vessel, lumen or organ of a living having a distal end which is steerable, such as upon the application of compression. The catheter may be of the over the wire type, or alternatively may be a rap ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen: Compliant osteosynthesis fixation plate. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, April 26, 2011: US07931695 (181 worldwide citation)

A bendable polymer tissue fixation device suitable to be implanted into a living body, comprising a highly porous body, the porous body comprising a polymer, the porous body comprising a plurality of pores, the porous body being capable of being smoothly bent, wherein the bending collapses a portion ...


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Douglas G Evans, Scott M Goldman, Russell T Kronengold: Devices and methods for treating defects in the tissue of a living being. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg Esq, January 2, 2007: US07156880 (169 worldwide citation)

An implantable material for deployment in select locations or select tissue for tissue regeneration is disclosed. The implant comprises collagen, ceramics, and or other bio-resorbable materials or additives, where the implant may also be used for therapy delivery. Additionally, the implant may be “m ...


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Douglas G Evans, Scott M Goldman, Russell T Kronengold: Devices and methods for treating defects in the tissue of a living being. Kensey Nash Corporation, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, January 23, 2007: US07166133 (167 worldwide citation)

An implant for deployment in select locations or select tissue for regeneration of tissue is disclosed. The implant comprising collagen and or other bio-resorbable materials, where the implant may also be used for therapy delivery. Additionally, the implant may be “matched” to provide the implant wi ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, Amanda Turner, Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Compressed porous materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 25, 2010: US07723395 (107 worldwide citation)

A high strength porous polymeric material manufactured by a compression process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable access for fluid migration throughout the ...


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Douglas G Evans, Scott M Goldman, Russell T Kronengold: Devices and methods for treating defects in the tissue of a living being. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, June 26, 2007: US07235107 (85 worldwide citation)

An implantable material for deployment in select locations or select tissue for tissue regeneration is disclosed. The implant comprises collagen, ceramics, and or other bio-resorbable materials or additives, where the implant may also be used for therapy delivery. Additionally, the implant may be “m ...


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Douglas G Evans, Scott M Goldman, Russell T Kronengold: Devices and methods for treating defects in the tissue of a living being. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, July 10, 2007: US07241316 (80 worldwide citation)

An implant for deployment in select locations or select tissue for regeneration of tissue is disclosed. The implant comprising collagen and or other bio-resorbable materials, where the implant may also be used for therapy delivery. Additionally, the implant may be “matched” to provide the implant wi ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, W Christian Wattengel: High density fibrous polymers suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, December 13, 2005: US06974862 (64 worldwide citation)

This invention includes malleable, biodegradable, fibrous compositions for application to a tissue site in order to promote or facilitate new tissue growth. One aspect of this invention is a fibrous component (e.g., collagen, chitosan, alginate, hyaluronic acid, poly-lactic acid, poly-capralactone, ...


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Mark Eberhart, William T Fisher, John E Nash, Dennis M Sauro: Guide-wire mounted balloon modulation device and methods of use. Kansey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, June 7, 2005: US06902535 (41 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for modulating the pressure of a fluid such as a gas within the expandable portion of a guide wire catheter. A preferred embodiment apparatus features a mechanism for controllably gripping and releasing the open, proximal end of a tubular guide wire, a mechanism for introducing a fluid ...


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Terry Dennis Claar, Vilupanur Alwar Ravi, Michael Allan Richmond, Philip Joseph Roach, Barry Robert Rossing: Method for making self-supporting composite bodies. Lanxide Technology Company, Jeffrey R Ramberg, January 5, 1999: US05855955 (36 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to a novel directed metal oxidation process which is utilized to produce self-supporting bodies. In some of the more specific aspects of the invention, a parent metal (e.g., a parent metal vapor) is induced to react with at least one solid oxidant-containing material ...