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Byron Kent Hayes, William R Hardwick, Charles F White, Mark D Butler: Implantable bioabsorbable article. W L Gore & Associates, Wayne D House, February 29, 2000: US06031148 (191 worldwide citation)

An implantable bioabsorbable article for the separation and regeneration of tissue at a tissue defect site in the form of a fibrous matrix laminarly affixed to both surfaces of a cell-barrier sheet material. When implanted it allows ingrowth of tissue into the fibrous matrix side of the material; si ...


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Roy Biran, Edward H Cully, Ted R Farnsworth, Charles Flynn, Philip P Off, Charles F White: Highly porous self-cohered web materials having haemostatic properties. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Eric J Sheets, February 9, 2010: US07659219 (156 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to implantable bioabsorbable non-woven self-cohered web materials having a high degree of porosity. The web materials are very supple and soft, while exhibiting proportionally increased mechanical strength in one or more directions. The web materials often possess a ...


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Ann M Bauman, Ted R Farnsworth, Charles Flynn, Daniel S Gabrys, Charles F White: Composite self-cohered web materials. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Eric J Sheets, February 2, 2010: US07655288 (134 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to implantable bioabsorbable non-woven self-cohered web materials having a high degree of porosity. The web materials are very supple and soft, while exhibiting proportionally increased mechanical strength in one or more directions. The web materials often possess a ...


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Ted R Farnsworth, Charles Flynn, Charles F White: Highly porous self-cohered web materials. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Andrea W Burke, November 1, 2011: US08048503 (123 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to implantable bioabsorbable non-woven self-cohered web materials having a high degree of porosity. The web materials are very supple and soft, while exhibiting proportionally increased mechanical strength in one or more directions. The web materials often possess a ...


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Charles F White, Charles Flynn, Alonzo D Cook, William R Hardwick, Ulf M E Wikesjo, Robert C Thomson: Methods and articles for regenerating bone or peridontal tissue. June 25, 2002: US06409764 (91 worldwide citation)

There are numerous medical situations involving deficiencies of living bone or periodontal tissue and where increase of living bone or periodontal tissue mass is desired. Methods are described wherein a configured, shell-like device that is capable of being penetrated by living cells and tissues, is ...


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Charles F White: Delay control for a pulse repeat-back jamming system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Robert F Beers, William T Ellis, May 4, 1982: US04328496 (25 worldwide citation)

1. In a repeat-back jammer of the type used to deceive range tracking radar ystems, wherein tracking is accomplished by a gate at the input of said radar system and a servo system which adjusts the relative time position of the input gate to coincide with echo pulses returning from a distant target, ...


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Jerald M Crawley, John M Herman, William D Montgomery, Charles F White: Soft tissue defect repair device. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Eric J Sheets, January 31, 2006: US06991637 (18 worldwide citation)

An inguinal hernia repair device in the form of an implantable plug that is affixed at one end to the center region of a sheet of implantable material. The plug takes the form of a plurality of hollow members, arranged so as to be in substantially parallel relationship when implanted into a defect. ...


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Edward H Cully, James T Walter, Charles F White: Tissue repair device with a bioabsorbable support member. W L Gore & Associates, Amy L Miller, October 22, 2013: US08562633 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a composite medical device having a non-bioabsorbable implantable tissue repair or reconstruction component and a resilient bioabsorbable support member component that aids in deployment and placement of the implantable component at a surgical site. Following deployment, the ...


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William C Bruchman, Paul D Gassler, Cody L Hartman, Peter J Walsh, Charles F White: Durable high strength polymer composite suitable for implant and articles produced therefrom. W L Gore & Associates, Paul J Fordenbacher Esq, February 24, 2015: US08961599 (12 worldwide citation)

A thin, biocompatible, high-strength, composite material is disclosed that is suitable for use in various implanted configurations. In one aspect, the composite material maintains flexibility in high-cycle flexural applications, making it particularly applicable to high-flex implants such as heart p ...


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Ted R Farnsworth, Charles Flynn, Charles F White: Composite self-cohered web materials. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Eric J Sheets, October 20, 2009: US07604668 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to implantable bioabsorbable non-woven self-cohered web materials having a high degree of porosity. The web materials are very supple and soft, while exhibiting proportionally increased mechanical strength in one or more directions. The web materials often possess a ...