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William J Frasier, Timothy Beardsley, Connie P Marchek: Non-rigid surgical retractor. DePuy Spine, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, Kevin J Canning, EuiHoon Lee, June 7, 2011: US07955257 (197 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a non-rigid retractor for providing access to a surgical site, such as a patient's spine, during a surgical process. When used in spinal surgery, the non-rigid retractor allows a surgeon to operate on one or more spinal levels. The non-rigid retractor includes at least ...


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Daniel E Williamson, Connie P Marchek, Lance Dean Perry: Apparatus and method for shoulder arthroplasty. Biomet, Harness Dickey & Pierce, September 1, 1998: US05800551 (99 worldwide citation)

A glenoid component for use in shoulder arthroplasty which is adapted to be implanted into a scapula and engaged by a head of a humeral component. The glenoid component includes a body having a first articulating surface and second textured medial surface opposite to the first articulating surface. ...


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William J Frasier, Connie P Marchek, Timothy Beardsley, Michael Zajack: Retractor blade extender tower. Depuy Spine, Lahive & Cockfield, Kevin J Canning, December 1, 2009: US07625339 (1 worldwide citation)

A blade extending tower for setting blade depth on retractors having telescoping or extending blades. The blade extending tower features a base, a column extending from the base, and mating features on the column configured to engage the blades of a retractor to extend the blades to a desired blade ...


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William J Frasier, Connie P Marchek, Timothy Beardsley, Michael Zajack: Retractor blade extender tower. DePuy Synthes Products, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, June 7, 2016: US09357908

A blade extending tower is provided for setting blade depth on retractors having telescoping or extending blades. The blade extending tower features a base, a column extending from the base, and mating features on the column configured to engage the blades of a retractor to extend the blades to a de ...


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William J Frasier, Timothy Beardsley, Connie P Marchek: Non-rigid surgical retractor. DePuy Spine, Lahive & Cockfield, July 5, 2007: US20070156023-A1

The present invention provides a non-rigid retractor for providing access to a surgical site, such as a patient's spine, during a surgical process. When used in spinal surgery, the non-rigid retractor allows a surgeon to operate on one or more spinal levels. The non-rigid retractor includes at least ...


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William J Frasier, Timothy Beardsley, Connie P Marchek, Sara Dziedzic, Holly R Brideau, Sean Selover, Nicholas Pavento, Charles M Bartish, James Roveda, Michael Slivka: Inflatable retractor. DePuy Spine, Lahive & Cockfield, April 3, 2008: US20080081951-A1

The present invention provides an inflatable retractor for providing access to a surgical site, such as a patient's spine, during a surgical process. When used in spinal surgery, the inflatable retractor allows a surgeon to operate on one or more spinal levels. The inflatable retractor includes an i ...


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Connie P Marchek, William J Frasier, Anthony R Carlone, Katherine Herard, Nicholas Pavento, Timothy A Beardsley, John Daniel Malone: Adjustable access device for surgical procedures. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, September 7, 2006: US20060200185-A1

An access device for providing access from a skin incision to a surgical site is described. The access device has a first section having a proximal end and a distal end defining a first path therethrough. The access device has a second section having a proximal end and a distal end defining a second ...


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Connie P Marchek, William J Frasier, Anthony R Carlone, Katherine Herard, Nicholas Pavento, Timothy A Beardsley, John Daniel Malone, Sara Dziedzic, Sheryl Frank, Stephen Connolly, Sean Selover: Adjustable access device for surgical procedures. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, September 7, 2006: US20060200186-A1

An access device for providing access from a skin incision to a surgical site is described. The access device has a first section having a proximal end and a distal end defining a first path therethrough. The access device has a second section having a proximal end and a distal end defining a second ...


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William J Frasier, Connie P Marchek, Timothy Beardsley, Michael Zajack: Retractor blade extender tower. DePuy Spine, Lahive & Cockfield, June 15, 2006: US20060129033-A1

A blade extending tower for setting blade depth on retractors having telescoping or extending blades. The blade extending tower features a base, a column extending from the base, and mating features on the column configured to engage the blades of a retractor to extend the blades to a desired blade ...


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William J FRASIER, Timothy BEARDSLEY, Connie P MARCHEK: Non-rigid surgical retractor. Depuy Spine, September 1, 2011: US20110213207-A1

The present invention provides a non-rigid retractor for providing access to a surgical site, such as a patient's spine, during a surgical process. When used in spinal surgery, the non-rigid retractor allows a surgeon to operate on one or more spinal levels. The non-rigid retractor includes at least ...