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Joseph C Cauthen: Articulating spinal implant. Cauthen Research Group, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, February 1, 2000: US06019792 (565 worldwide citation)

A spinal implant for intervertebral disc replacement. The implant is formed from two hemicylindrical elements, each engaging one of an adjacent pair of vertebrae. An articulating ball-and-socket joint between the two elements resists compression and lateral movement between the vertebrae, but allows ...


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Joseph C Cauthen: Articulating spinal implant. Cauthen Research Group, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, January 30, 2001: US06179874 (361 worldwide citation)

A spinal implant for intervertebral disc replacement. The implant is formed from two hemicylindrical elements, each engaging one of an adjacent pair of vertebrae. An articulating ball-and-socket joint between the two elements resists compression and lateral movement between the vertebra, but allows ...


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Joseph C Cauthen: Spinal disc annulus reconstruction method and spinal disc annulus stent. Anulex Technologies, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, July 15, 2003: US06592625 (209 worldwide citation)

A surgical method of repair and reconstruction of the spinal disc wall, or annulus fibrosus, after surgical incision or pathologic rupture, through the insertion of a collapsible patch through an aperture into the subannular space and causing or allowing the patch to expand into an expanded configur ...


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Bruce J Roser, Jaap Kampinga, Camilo Colaco, Julian Blair: Solid dose delivery vehicle and methods of making same. Quadrant Drug Delivery, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, November 2, 2004: US06811792 (186 worldwide citation)

The present invention encompasses a solid dose delivery vehicle for ballistic administration of a bioactive material to subcutaneous and intradermal tissue, the delivery vehicle being sized and shaped for penetrating the epidermis. The delivery vehicle further comprises a stabilizing polyol glass lo ...


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Joseph C Cauthen: Spinal implant insertion instrument for spinal interbody prostheses. Cauthen Research Group, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, February 18, 2003: US06520967 (173 worldwide citation)

A spinal implant insertion instrument for intervertebral implant surgery formed from a hollow first element of various external diameters, including a channel to accommodate and incorporate a vertebral pedicle, and a second element joined by a hinge to the first element, allowing reduction of the ex ...


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John M Shea: Method and coding means for error-correction utilizing concatenated parity and turbo codes. University of Florida, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, August 15, 2006: US07093179 (172 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for encoding and decoding data using an overall code comprising an outer parity-check and an inner parallel concatenated convolutional, or turbo code. The overall code provides error probabilities that are significantly lower than can be achieved by using turbo codes alone. Th ...


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John F Alexander Jr: Handheld portable digital geographic data manager. University of Florida, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, July 4, 2000: US06083353 (143 worldwide citation)

The subject invention provides devices and methods for efficiently and accurately gathering image and other field data using a handheld portable Geographic Data Manager (GDMs). The subject GDMs can utilize a combination of GPS antennas and receivers, digital compasses, inclinometers, gyroscopes, and ...


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Dale C McCarthy: Coaxial cable connector. Centerpin Technology, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, September 26, 2000: US06123567 (133 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for coupling to a coaxial cable of the type having an inner conductor enclosed in an inner concentric insulation and having a generally concentric conductive sheath therearound and an outer insulation enclosing the conductive sheath. The connector has a housing having an elec ...


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Bruce J Roser, Jaap Kampinga, Camilo Colaco, Julian Blair: Solid dose delivery vehicle and methods of making same. Quadrant Drug Delivery, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, June 6, 2006: US07056495 (132 worldwide citation)

The present invention encompasses a solid dose delivery vehicle for ballistic administration of a bioactive material to subcutaneous and intradermal tissue, the delivery vehicle being sized and shaped for penetrating the epidermis. The delivery vehicle further comprises a stabilizing polyol glass lo ...