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Richard L Dunn, James P English, Donald R Cowsar, David P Vanderbilt: Biodegradable in-situ forming implants and methods of producing the same. Needle & Rosenberg, July 3, 1990: US04938763 (507 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable polymer is provided for use in providing syringeable, in-situ forming, solid biodegradable implants for animals. The polymer is placed into the animal in liquid form and cures to form the implant in-situ. A thermoplastic system to form said implant comprises the steps of dissolving a ...


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Richard L Dunn, James P English, Donald R Cowsar, David P Vanderbilt: Biodegradable in-situ forming implants and methods of producing the same. Atrix Laboratories, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, January 11, 1994: US05278201 (255 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable polymer is provided for use in providing syringeable, in-situ forming, solid biodegradable implants for animals. The polymer is placed into the animal in liquid form and cures to form the implant in-situ. A thermoplastic system to form said implant comprises the steps of dissolving a ...


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Richard L Dunn, James P English, Donald R Cowsar, David P Vanderbilt: Biodegradable in-situ forming implants and methods of producing the same. Atrix Laboratories, Merchant & Gould P C, November 23, 1999: US05990194 (123 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable polymer is provided for use in providing syringeable, in-situ forming, solid biodegradable implants for animals. The polymer is placed into the animal in liquid form and cures to form the implant in-situ. A thermoplastic system to form said implant comprises the steps of dissolving a ...


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David P Vanderbilt: Composite intraocular lens. American Cyanamid Company, William H Calnan, June 8, 1993: US05217491 (95 worldwide citation)

A one-piece bicomposite intraocular lens having a soft foldable central optic portion and a hard, stiff haptic portion made from two dissimilar polymeric materials wherein the soft polymeric material is soft enough to fold into a smaller dimension for insertion through a surgical incision which is s ...


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Richard L Dunn, James P English, Donald R Cowsar, David P Vanderbilt: Biodegradable in-situ forming implants and methods of producing the same. Atrix Laboratories Incorporated, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, March 31, 1998: US05733950 (94 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable polymer is provided for use in providing syringeable, in-situ forming, solid biodegradable implants for animals. The polymer is placed into the animal in liquid form and cures to form the implant in-situ. A thermoplastic system to form said implant comprises the steps of dissolving a ...


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David P Vanderbilt: Method for making a composite intraocular lens. American Cyanamid Company, Brian R Woodworth, July 5, 1994: US05326506 (44 worldwide citation)

A method for making a composite intraocular lens having an optic portion and haptic portion. The method includes the steps of forming a core of a high refractive material suitable for use as an intraocular lens optic, swelling the core, placing a polymerizable material capable of forming an intraocu ...


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Randolph H Bretton, David P Vanderbilt, George F Green: Intraocular lens implant for the prevention of secondary cataracts. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, Rita D Vacca, September 24, 2002: US06454802 (37 worldwide citation)

A surface treated intraocular lens implant for use in the replacement of a cataractous natural lens to prevent posteriror capsular opacification. The surface treated intraocular lens includes one or more proteins, polypeptides, polyamino acids or polyamines bound to the surface of the intraocular le ...


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David P Vanderbilt: High refractive index hydrogel compositions for ophthalmic implants. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, Rita D Vacca, December 11, 2001: US06329485 (36 worldwide citation)

Optically transparent, high refractive index hydrogels and intraocular lenses fabricated therefrom. The preferred hydrogels have a refractive index of 1.45 or above and a water content of approximately 5 to 30 percent by weight.


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David P Vanderbilt: High refractive index hydrogel compositions for ophthalmic implants. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, Rita D Vacca, December 2, 2003: US06657029 (29 worldwide citation)

Optically transparent, high refractive index hydrogels and intraocular lenses fabricated therefrom. The preferred hydrogels have a refractive index of 1.45 or above and a water content of approximately 5 to 30 percent by weight.


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Joseph C Salamone, Jay F Kunzler, Richard M Ozark, David E Seelye, David P Vanderbilt: High refractive index aromatic-based silyl monomers. Bausch and Lomb, Rita D Vacca, January 25, 2005: US06846897 (23 worldwide citation)

Optically transparent, relatively high refractive index polymeric compositions and ophthalmic devices such as intraocular lenses, contact lenses and corneal inlays made therefrom are described herein. The preferred polymeric compositions are produced through the polymerization of one or more aromati ...