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Thomas S Mullane: Articulating toggle bolt bone screw. McHale & Slavin, May 13, 1997: US05628740 (355 worldwide citation)

An articulation toggle bolt bone screw for use in surgical implants having particular usefulness in the stabilization of the human spine by fixation of vertebra. The apparatus employs a self-tapping anchoring screw having a ball joint socket for receipt of a rotatable threaded bolt. The ball joint a ...


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Steven D Gelbard: Spinal stabilization implant system. McHale & Slavin P A, October 14, 1997: US05676703 (339 worldwide citation)

A surgical implant system for the stabilization of a human spine by fixation of the vertebra utilizing a stabilization cross-link spinal implant system. The system utilizes self-tapping screws having bifurcated protruding members to support an alignment rod, the protruding members available for plac ...


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Robert L Doubler, John E Hammill Sr: Split ring bone screw for a spinal fixation system. Hammill Manufacturing Company, McHale & Slavin P A, September 23, 2003: US06623485 (327 worldwide citation)

An adjustable spinal fixation system is composed of a collection of anchoring assemblies attached, via a variety of connectors, to spine-stabilizing rods. The anchoring assemblies include a linking member attached in a ball-and-socket fashion to a bone-engaging member that is adapted to engage a spi ...


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Thomas S Mullane: Spinal fixation system. McHale & Slavin PA, April 18, 2000: US06050997 (280 worldwide citation)

An adjustable spinal fixation system comprises a collection of anchoring assemblies attached, via a variety of connectors, to spine-stabilizing rods. The anchoring assemblies include a linking member attached in a ball-and-socket fashion to a bone-engaging member that is adapted to engage a spinal b ...


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Steven D Gelbard: Spinal stabilization implant system. McHale & Slavin, March 14, 1995: US05397363 (243 worldwide citation)

A surgical implant system for the stabilization of a human spine by fixation of the vertebra utilizing a stabilization cross-link spinal implant system. The system utilizes self-tapping screws having bifurcated protruding members to support an alignment rod, the protruding members available for plac ...


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Elliot D Cohen: Offensive message interceptor for computers. McHale & Slavin P A, August 18, 1998: US05796948 (242 worldwide citation)

A network profanity interception that is installed on computer networks, such as a network mail system, for screening outgoing communication files for profane or offensive language according to a set of pre-defined criteria. Marking profane language for user identification, it places intercepted mes ...


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Bret O Baynham, G Clay Baynham, Matthew G Baynham, David R Campbell: PLIF opposing wedge ramp. Atlas Spine, McHale & Slavin P A, December 14, 2010: US07850733 (220 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion implant for implantation between adjacent vertebrae is formed in the approximate shape of a hollow cube. The device has an upper section and a lower section separated by a distractor all of which are relatively movable. The sidewalls of the upper section and the lower section termina ...


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Dale G Bramlet, Patrick J Cosgrove, John A Sodeika, Peter M Sterghos: Femoral nail intramedullary system. McHale & Slavin, September 3, 2002: US06443954 (205 worldwide citation)

An intramedullary system for securing portions of a bone together has a lag screw assembly extending through a radial bore in an intramedullary nail. The lag screw is inserted into one portion of a bone and deployed to fix the leading end. The intramedullary nail is placed in the intramedullary cana ...


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Neil Winthrop, Harry Bayron: Nasal CPAP/Cannula and securement apparatus. McHale & Slavin PA, November 4, 1997: US05682881 (199 worldwide citation)

A nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) and nasal cannula device, e.g. NCC device, with modular components and a mean airway pressure (MAP) measurement port. The NCC device includes a comfortable foam securement strip which adhesively attaches to the upper lip of an individual. The secure ...


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Steven D Gelbard: Spinal stabilization implant system. McHale & Slavin, June 16, 1998: US05766254 (184 worldwide citation)

A surgical implant system for the stabilization of a human spine by fixation of the vertebra utilizing a stabilization cross-link spinal implant system. The system utilizes self-tapping screws having bifurcated protruding members to support an alignment rod, the protruding members available for plac ...