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Frank Scott Bono, George Joseph Ross, Christopher Werner Sicvol, Ian Burgess: Lock cap anchor assembly for orthopaedic fixation. DePuy AcroMed, Nutter McClennen & Fish, June 29, 2004: US06755829 (420 worldwide citation)

An assembly such as an anchor screw, bone plate, offset hook, post, transverse connector or other spinal anchor for anchoring to bone and clamping a linkage such as a rod, wire cable or the like. The assembly has a top member with an open slot to receive the linkage, and a twist-lock closure cap to ...


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Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, George Joseph Ross, Christopher Sicvol, Frank Bono: Locking cap assembly for spinal fixation instrumentation. DePuy Spine SARL, Nutter McClennen & Fish, October 24, 2006: US07125426 (199 worldwide citation)

A spinal anchor assembly for securing a fixation element includes an anchor element and a twist-in cap. The anchor element is configured for attachment to a bone, typically by comprising a mono- or polyaxial screw or hook, and includes a proximal portion having an open slot for receiving the fixatio ...


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Frank Scott Bono, George Joseph Ross, Christopher Werner Sicvol, Ian Burgess: Locking cap assembly for spinal fixation instrumentation. DePuy Acromed, Nutter McClennen & Fish, July 25, 2006: US07081117 (183 worldwide citation)

An assembly such as an anchor screw, bone plate, offset hook, post, transverse connector or other spinal anchor for anchoring to bone and clamping a linkage such as a rod, wire cable or the like. The assembly has a top member with an open slot to receive the linkage, and a twist-lock closure cap to ...


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Robert Labrom, Amie Borgstrom, William Dunbar, SeungKyu Daniel Kwak, John Riley Hawkins, Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Posterior dynamic stabilization x-device. DePay Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, February 9, 2010: US07658752 (137 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are provided for stabilizing the posterior elements of the spine, and more preferably methods and devices are provided for sharing the load with the intervertebral disc, the facet joints, the ligaments, and the muscles of the spinal column. In certain exemplary embodiment ...


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Robert Labrom, Amie Borgstrom, William Dunbar, SeungKyu Daniel Kwak, John Riley Hawkins, Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Posterior dynamic stabilization systems and methods. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, July 27, 2010: US07763051 (89 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are provided for stabilizing the posterior elements of the spine, and more preferably methods and devices are provided for sharing the load with the intervertebral disc, the facet joints, the ligaments, and the muscles of the spinal column. In certain exemplary embodiment ...


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William L Dunbar, Chris Rybicki, Ian Burgess, Ron Sacher: Rod reduction nut and driver tool. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, January 2, 2007: US07156849 (57 worldwide citation)

A rod reduction device is provided having a reduction nut adapted to mate to the rod-receiving portion of a spinal implant, and a driver tool that is effective to engage the reduction nut such that rotation of the driver tool rotates the reduction nut to reduce a rod positioned between the reduction ...


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Ian Burgess: Document handling apparatus. Halo Retail Systems, Dennison Meserole Pollack & Scheiner, March 19, 1991: US05000591 (15 worldwide citation)

Document handling apparatus 10 includes a reception platen 32 disposed below and movable with respect to a dot-matrix printer 28 having a printer head 30. A document placed on the platen 32 can therefore be brought into register with the printer head 30 by the raising and/or lowering of the platen 3 ...


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Mark Faulconer, Tim Bowman, Ian Burgess, Bernie Allen, Rui Parracho, Eric Swartz: Reactive energy apparatus providing a custom fit and ankle support in a shoe upper. Converse, Rogers Howell & Haferkamp, July 11, 1995: US05430961 (13 worldwide citation)

A reactive energy apparatus providing a custom fit and ankle support in a shoe upper is comprised of a pair of fluid filled pads that are positioned in the upper on opposite sides of the Achilles tendon of the wearer. The fluid filled pads each contain one or more interior chambers containing fluid, ...


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Robert Labrom, Amie Borgstrom, William Dunbar, SeungKyu Daniel Kwak, John Riley Hawkins, Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Multi-level posterior dynamic stabilization systems and methods. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, June 28, 2011: US07967844 (5 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are provided for stabilizing the posterior elements of the spine, and more preferably methods and devices are provided for sharing the load with the intervertebral disc, the facet joints, the ligaments, and the muscles of the spinal column. In certain exemplary embodiment ...


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Robert Labrom, Amie Borgstrom, William Dunbar, SeungKyu Daniel Kwak, John Riley Hawkins, Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Posterior dynamic stabilization cross connectors. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, May 31, 2011: US07951169 (5 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are provided for stabilizing the posterior elements of the spine, and more preferably methods and devices are provided for sharing the load with the intervertebral disc, the facet joints, the ligaments, and the muscles of the spinal column. In certain exemplary embodiment ...