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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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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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Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick: Ceramic-rich composite armor, and methods for making same. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, September 12, 2006: US07104177 (30 worldwide citation)

Silicon infiltration technology, e.g., siliconizing or reaction-bonding, is used to produce ceramic-rich composite bodies having utility as ballistic armor. In the main embodiment of the invention, the ballistic armor includes a reaction-bonded silicon carbide body (RBSC). Good ballistic performance ...


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John E Nash, William T Fisher, Charles W Dodson Jr: System and method of use for agent delivery and revascularizing of grafts and vessels. Kensey Nash Corporation, Law office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 19, 2009: US07534249 (22 worldwide citation)

A system and method for opening a lumen in an occluded blood vessel, e.g., a coronary bypass graft, of a living being. The system comprises an atherectomy catheter having a working head, e.g., a rotary impacting impeller, and a debris extraction sub-system. The atherectomy catheter is located within ...


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Allyn L McCormick, Michael K Aghajanian: Silicon carbide armor bodies, and methods for making same. M Cubed Technologies, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, October 19, 2004: US06805034 (18 worldwide citation)

Silicon infiltration technology is used to produce ceramic bodies having utility as ballistic armor. In a first aspect of the invention, the ballistic armor includes a reaction-bonded silicon carbide body (RBSC). Good ballistic performance can be advanced by loading the permeable mass or preform to ...


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John E Nash, Douglas G Evans, David M Hoganson: Surgical connector systems and methods of use. Kensey Nash Corporation, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, September 4, 2007: US07264624 (12 worldwide citation)

A system and method of use for effecting the bypass or other anastomosis, connection, or port in a portion of a native blood vessel, duct, lumen or other tubular organ within the body of a living being. The system includes a connector assembly and a deployment instrument for carrying the device to t ...


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Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Oriented polymer implantable device and process for making same. Kensey Nash Corporation, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 27, 2008: US07378144 (11 worldwide citation)

A device is formed by the process into a bone screw or fastener, wherein the head has a degree of polymer alignment and strength, and wherein the shank has a higher degree of polymer alignment and strength. In practice of the present invention, the polymer slug is pressed into the die cavity by the ...


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Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick, Bradley N Morgan, Anthony F Liszkiewicz Jr: Boron carbide composite bodies, and methods for making same. M Cubed Technologies, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, February 19, 2008: US07332221 (10 worldwide citation)

A composite body produced by a reactive infiltration process that possesses high mechanical strength, high hardness and high stiffness has applications in such diverse industries as precision equipment and ballistic armor. Specifically, the composite material features a boron carbide filler or reinf ...


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Prashant G Karandikar, Marlene Rossing legal representative: Method for brazing ceramic-containing bodies, and articles made thereby. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, September 18, 2007: US07270885 (10 worldwide citation)

Ceramic-containing bodies can be bonded to other ceramic-containing bodies, or to metals or metal-containing bodies, by way of an aluminum-silicon brazing alloy. Such alloys feature high thermal conductivity and a melting range intermediate to Cu—Sil and Au—Si. By metallizing the surface of an alumi ...