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Alfred A Iversen, William J Eastman, Allen L Van Beek: Tissue expander system. PMT Corporation, Hugh D Jaeger, August 11, 1987: US04685447 (356 worldwide citation)

Tissue expander system including a tissue expander, an injection port, and a tube connecting the tissue expander to the injection port. The tissue expander is of a one piece molded body of a pancake to waffle like configuration. Within the one piece molded body is a member of non-stick material of a ...


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Alfred A Iversen: Implantable electrode manufactured with flexible printed circuit. PMT Corporation, Anthony G Eggink, February 15, 2000: US06024702 (138 worldwide citation)

An implantable electrode for monitoring tissue electrical activity and for tissue electrical stimulation comprises a flexible electrode body for contacting human body tissue, a connector portion having a plurality of connectors for connection to external monitoring equipment, the connector portion c ...


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Alfred A Iversen: Body stimulation lead. Medtronic, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas Steffey & Arrett, February 22, 1983: US04374527 (91 worldwide citation)

An improved body stimulation lead wherein the electrode is isolated from extraneous forces imparted to the lead body. In a preferred embodiment, a plurality of lobes are formed in the lead body, the lobes being engageable with body tissue to maintain the position of the electrode and being deformabl ...


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Alfred A Iversen: Laminated prosthesis and method of manufacture. PMT Corporaton, Anthony G Eggink, Jeffrey L Cameron, August 10, 1999: US05935164 (85 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a laminated item such as a prosthesis or tissue expander having a flexible, expandable membrane surrounding an interior lumen to enhance the strength and performance of the membrane comprises the steps of applying a first layer of a fluid, resilient, stretchable material to ...


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Alfred A Iversen, William Eastman: Process for manufacturing an expandable member. PMT Corporation, Hugh D Jaeger, February 7, 1989: US04803029 (84 worldwide citation)

A process for manufacturing an expandable member such as a tissue expander or like product for use in plastic, reconstructive, and other surgery. A compression mold with a desired initial, predetermined geometrical configuration shape is filled partially with a layer of unvulcanized flexible materia ...


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Alfred A Iversen, Stephen M Trinter: Internally configured prosthesis. PMT Corporation, Anthony G Eggink, Jeffery L Cameron, October 5, 1999: US05961552 (54 worldwide citation)

An improved mammary prosthesis for implantation in humans comprising: a soft, flexible outer membrane forming an enclosure for receiving a filler material; an enhanced, undulating, random sculptured, irregular, substantially smooth surface of peaks, valleys, slopes and terraces without interstices d ...


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Alfred A Iversen, Thomas E Broome, David M Costello, Timothy A Keeter: Method of manufacture of enhanced surface implant. PMT Corporation, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, June 11, 1996: US05525275 (49 worldwide citation)

An implantable body including an outer membrane forming an enclosure for receiving a filler material. The surface of the outer membrane is characterized by a random distribution of peaks separated by valleys. The peaks and valleys are separated by gradual contoured slopes with a smooth transition be ...


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Alfred A Iversen, Robert F Spetzler, Andrew Iversen, Deron Singer, Benjamin Osa: Surgical headlight assembly. PMT Corporation, Anthony G Eggink, Katrina M Eggink, May 1, 2007: US07210810 (46 worldwide citation)

A surgical headlight assembly having a headset structure constructed of lightweight components. The headset structure has adjustable head strap members comprising a generally circular lateral band and a top band. A removable liner is attached to the inside surface of the adjustable headset structure ...


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Alfred A Iversen, William J Eastman: Halo fixation system. PMT, Hugh D Jaeger, September 17, 1985: US04541421 (38 worldwide citation)

Halo fixation system for fixation of a head about an orthopedic jacket with an attached halo assembly with respect to the cervical region such as for spine trauma. The halo fixation system includes eight fixated round ball-socket and rod assemblies, four assemblies affixed to the jacket and four ass ...


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Robert F Spetzler, Alfred A Iversen: Medical appliance. PMT, Hugh D Jaeger, June 24, 1986: US04596564 (35 worldwide citation)

A medical applicance of a stationary surgical suction device comprised of an ultramalleable formable tube that may readily be shaped in situ. The tube is comprised of a formable, flexible tubular plastic ultramalleable material, having at least one fluid conveying lumen and includes a parallel orien ...