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David R Sarver, Barry L Eppley, Keith R D Alessio, William S Pietrzak, Thomas W Sander: Method and apparatus for securing adjacent bone portions. October 29, 1996: US05569250 (113 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible osteosynthesis plate operable for being enhanced in a substantially secured relation to a plurality of adjacent bone portions is provided. The biocompatible osteosynthesis plate includes an elongated section having a top face and a bottom face, at least one fastener opening disposed ...


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Barry L Eppley, Marilyn D Krukowski, Philip A Osdoby: Method for promoting soft connective tissue growth and repair in mammals. Robbins & Robbins, March 3, 1992: US05092883 (69 worldwide citation)

A material with chemically induced surface charges is employed to foster formation of mammalian hard and soft connective tissues. The material may be in the form of beads such as ion exchange resins. Bead materials with a negative surface charge stimulate formation of hard tissue within long bones a ...


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Barry L Eppley, Jeffrey Duncan, Dean R Golden, Manuel DuJovny: Apparatus and method for stabilization of a cranial shunt. Walter Lorenz Surgical, Harness Dickey & Pierce, June 29, 1999: US05916200 (49 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an apparatus and method for stabilization of a shunt relative to a bone. The apparatus includes a body member and a plurality of attachment members forming a part of the body member. Each of the attachment members are operable to receive a bone screw so as to secure the body ...


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Barry L Eppley, Marilyn D Krukowski, Philip A Osdoby: Method for promoting hard tissue growth and repair in mammals. Robbins & Robbins, January 29, 1991: US04988358 (24 worldwide citation)

A material with chemically induced surface charges is employed to foster formation of mammalian hard and soft connective tissues. The material may be in the form of beads such as ion exchange resins. Bead materials with a negative surface charge stimulate formation of hard tissue within long bones a ...


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Daniel B Smith, Barry L Eppley: Reduced exothermic bone replacement cement. Biomet, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 21, 2006: US07138442 (20 worldwide citation)

A bone cement having a dry component including a large constituent and a small constituent. The small constituent fills a substantial volume of the interstitial spaces between the particles of the large constituent. Therefore, only a second or minor interstitial space is left remaining between the i ...


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Barry L Eppley: Implant filler materials and methods comprising nonionic surfactants. Advanced Research and Technology Institute, Leydig Voit & Mayer, February 13, 2001: US06187044 (2 worldwide citation)

Compositions and methods are disclosed for filling prostheses for implantation into human soft tissue. The compositions comprise at least one nonionic surfactant, such as a polysorbate, which can be provided to fill a physiologically compatible shell or containment sac of the prosthesis. The liquid ...


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Daniel B Smith, Barry L Eppley: Reduced exothermic bone replacement cement. Stephen J Foss, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 4, 2004: US20040044096-A1

A bone cement having a dry component including a large constituent and a small constituent. The small constituent fills a substantial volume of the interstitial spaces between the particles of the large constituent. Therefore, only a second or minor interstitial space is left remaining between the i ...



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