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Qi Bin Bao, Paul A Higham, Charanpreet S Bagga, Hansen A Yuan: Method and apparatus for injecting an elastic spinal implant. Howmedica, Peter C Richardson, Lawrence C Akers, Elizabeth O Slade, September 1, 1998: US05800549 (319 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for injecting an elastic spinal implant into a cavity in a spinal disc so as to treat disc degeneration are given. The method and apparatus can be used in a variety of surgical approaches with respect to the patient. An elastic spinal nucleus prosthesis is very quickly inserte ...


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Charanpreet S Bagga, Antony Koblish, Maarten Persenaire, Erik M Erbe: System and kit for delivery of restorative materials. Vita Licensing, Woodcock Washburn, September 2, 2003: US06613018 (159 worldwide citation)

Novel kits are provided for the delivery of restorative compositions into an intraosseous space or surgical defect comprising cannulae for accessing an intraosseous space, mandarins insertable into the cannulae and movable therein, catheters and a system for the delivery of aliquots of restorative c ...


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Erik M Erbe, Jeffrey G Marx, Charanpreet S Bagga: Delivery device for biological composites and method of preparation thereof. Vita Licensing, Woodcock Washburn, May 18, 2004: US06736799 (129 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the delivery of a biological composite and a method, kit, and system for preparing a biological composite is described herein. The biological composite includes both inorganic and biological materials.


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Erik M Erbe, Theodore D Clineff, Charanpreet S Bagga, Gina M Nagvajara, Antony Koblish: Biocompatible bone graft material. Vita Special Purpose Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, March 13, 2007: US07189263 (69 worldwide citation)

Biocompatible bone graft material having a biocompatible, resorbable polymer and a biocompatible, resorbable inorganic material exhibiting macro, meso, and microporosities.


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Charanpreet S Bagga, Peter F Ullrich Jr: Composite interbody spinal implant having openings of predetermined size and shape. Titan Spine, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, September 11, 2012: US08262737 (45 worldwide citation)

An interbody spinal implant including a body having a top surface, a bottom surface, opposing lateral sides, opposing anterior and posterior portions, a substantially hollow center, and a single vertical aperture. The single vertical aperture extends from the top surface to the bottom surface, has a ...


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Charanpreet S Bagga, Peter F Ullrich Jr, Michael E Doran: Anterior interbody spinal implant. Titan Spine, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, February 16, 2010: US07662186 (42 worldwide citation)

This present invention relates to interbody spinal implants and methods of using such implants. Certain embodiments of the present invention are particularly suitable for placement using an anterior surgical approach. Certain embodiments of the present invention include a body having a top surface, ...


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Erik M Erbe, Theodore D Clineff, Charanpreet S Bagga, Gina M Nagvajara, Antony Koblish: Bone restorative carrier mediums. Orthovita, Woodcock Washburn, May 19, 2009: US07534451 (40 worldwide citation)

Biocompatible bone graft material having a biocompatible, resorbable polymer and a biocompatible, resorbable inorganic material exhibiting macro, meso, and microporosities.


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Charanpreet S Bagga, David A Hanson, Dale L Brady: Bone instruments and methods. Sulzer Spine Tech, Merchant & Gould PC, January 13, 2004: US06676662 (37 worldwide citation)

Bone guides for sizing or shaping bone are disclosed. The guides can be configured and sized for placement on a surgery table, instrument table or similar structure in an operating room. The guides provide for real time preparation of a bone graft during a surgical procedure.


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Charanpreet S Bagga, Antony Koblish, Erik M Erbe, Theodore D Clineff, Steven B Brown, Gina M Nagvajara: Pliable conformable bone restorative. Orthovita, Woodcock Washburn, May 12, 2009: US07531004 (34 worldwide citation)

A pliable bone restorative having an osteoconductive foam that at least partially surrounds a biocompatible mesh and the foam comprises a biocompatible, resorbable polymer and calcium phosphate.


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Charanpreet S Bagga, Shaun B Hanson, Christopher D Mandeen, Michael J Simpson, Steven B Cohen, Charles F Leinberry, Peter F Sharkey: Implantable devices for subchondral treatment of joint pain. Zimmer Knee Creations, Monument IP Law Group, December 17, 2013: US08608802 (26 worldwide citation)

Devices and associated methods are disclosed for treating bone, and particularly bone tissue at the joints. Disclosed are implantable devices that can be used either alone or in combination with this augmentation or hardening material for the repair of bone defects and which are particularly suited ...