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Kamshad Raiszadeh, Benjamin VerHage, Michael Mindoro, Jared Arambula, Dan K Ahlgren, Michael C Di Lauro: Implants and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Jennifer Russell, December 27, 2011: US08083796 (20 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for performing spinal fusion. The implant includes an implant body having a leading side and a trailing side at opposing ends along a longitudinal axis. Between the leading side and trailing side are an upper surface, a lower surface, an anterior side, and a posterior side. At ...


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James Gharib, Allen Farquhar, Scot Martinelli, David Ivanko, Benjamin VerHage: System and methods for performing neurophysiologic assessments with pressure monitoring. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Heather Prado, June 3, 2014: US08740783 (16 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for performing neurophysiologic assessments of neural tissue including nerve pathology monitoring which may or may not be augmented by adding the ability to assess or monitor the pressure being exerted upon a nerve or nerve root before, during and/or after retraction.


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Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Nathan Lovell: Spinal implant installation device. NuVasive, Jonathan Sprangler, Rory Schermerhorn, January 1, 2013: US08343163 (11 worldwide citation)

An implant installation device is provided for delivering an implant to a target implantation site including a handle with a first and second arms extending distally therefrom. A translation member extends through the handle such that a distal portion lies between the first arm and second arm while ...


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Luiz Pimenta, Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Troy Woolley, Patrick Miles: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, November 17, 2015: US09186261 (10 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion system and related methods involve the use of a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction. The spinal fusion implant is particularly suited for introduction into the disc space via a lateral approach to the spine.


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Luiz Pimenta, Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Troy Woolley, Patrick Miles: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, March 18, 2014: US08673005 (9 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites, in particular into the thoracic region of the spine.


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Kamshad Raiszadeh, Benjamin VerHage, Michael Mindoro, Jared Arambula, Dan K Ahlgren, Michael C Di Lauro: Implants and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Jennifer Russell, October 27, 2015: US09168152 (3 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for performing spinal fusion. The implant includes an implant body having a leading side and a trailing side at opposing ends along a longitudinal axis. Between the leading side and trailing side are an upper surface, a lower surface, an anterior side, and a posterior side. At ...


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Luiz Pimenta, Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Troy Woolley, Patrick Miles: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, November 8, 2016: US09486329 (3 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion system and related methods involve the use of a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction. The spinal fusion implant is particularly suited for introduction into the disc space via a lateral approach to the spine.


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Jared Arambula, Michael Di Lauro, Benjamin VerHage: Surgical access system and related methods. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Rory Schermerhorn, June 2, 2015: US09044280 (1 worldwide citation)

A surgical access system including a tissue distraction assembly and a tissue retraction assembly, both of which may be equipped with one or more electrodes for use in detecting the existence of (and optionally the distance and/or direction to) neural structures before, during, and after the establi ...


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Kamshad Raiszadeh, Benjamin VerHage, Michael Mindoro, Jared Arambula, Dan K Ahlgren, Michael C Di Lauro: Implants and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Rory Schermerhorn, March 6, 2018: US09907672

An implant is provided for performing spinal fusion. The implant includes an implant body having a leading side and a trailing side at opposing ends along a longitudinal axis. Between the leading side and trailing side are an upper surface, a lower surface, an anterior side, and a posterior side. At ...


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