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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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Mark Eberhart, William T Fisher, John E Nash, Dennis M Sauro: Crimp and cut tool for sealing and unsealing guide wires and tubular instruments. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg Esq, February 28, 2006: US07004914 (9 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for modulating the pressure of a fluid such as a gas within the expandable portion of a guide wire catheter. In one embodiment, the pressure and volume of fluid in the tubular guide wire is maintained by utilizing an apparatus to crimp the end of the tubular guide wire, effectively seal ...


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Mark Eberhart, William T Fisher, John E Nash, Dennis M Sauro: Crimp and cut tool for sealing and unsealing guide wires and tubular instruments. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg Esq, June 5, 2007: US07226425 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for modulating the pressure of a fluid such as a gas within the expandable portion of a guide wire catheter. The apparatus features a means for controllably gripping and releasing the open, proximal end of a tubular guide wire, means for introducing a fluid to a desired pressure and vol ...


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Prashant G Karandikar: Nanotube-containing composite bodies, and methods for making same. Jeffrey R Ramberg Esq, M Cubed Technologies, August 18, 2005: US20050181209-A1

A composite material featuring carbon nanotubes reinforcing a matrix featuring metal or silicon carbide, or both. Such composites can be produced using a molten silicon metal infiltration technique, for example, a siliconizing or a reaction-bonding process. Here, the carbon nanotubes are prevented f ...


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Prashant G Karandikar: Nanotube-containing composite bodies, and methods for making same. Jeffrey R Ramberg Esq, M Cubed Technologies, March 23, 2006: US20060062985-A1

A composite material featuring comminuted or otherwise well dispersed and separated nanotubes reinforcing a matrix featuring metal, ceramic and/or polymer. In a preferred embodiment, the nanotubes feature elemental carbon, and the composites can be produced using a molten silicon metal infiltration ...