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William D McLeod, James J Cassidy: Load bearing polymeric cable. Smith & Nephew Richards, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, October 10, 1995: US05456722 (417 worldwide citation)

A surgical cable for use in the repair of fractures or fusions of small bones and to assist in the repair of torn ligaments and tendons. The surgical cable has unique characteristics of high tensile strength, flexibility and inelasticity or stiffness.


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James J Cassidy, Jeff E Yeung, Jacqueline Anne Schroeder, Vivek Shenoy, Melissa K C Brown: Devices for tissue repair and methods for preparation and use thereof. Neucoll, Morrison & Foerster, August 28, 2001: US06280474 (329 worldwide citation)

Methods and implant devices for use in tissue repair. The implant devices include resorbable, swellable implant bodies, formed from a dehydrated crosslinked biocompatible polymer. The implant devices are capable of swelling after insertion into tissues to become anchored in place.


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George H Chu, Jeff E Yeung, Jacqueline Anne Schroeder, Vivek N Shenoy, Melissa K C Brown, James J Cassidy, John Rice: Devices for tissue repair and methods for preparation and use thereof. Neucoll, Morrison & Foerster, July 4, 2000: US06083522 (161 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are uniformly shaped swellable devices comprising polymeric materials, as well as apparatuses and processes for their manufacture. In one embodiment, the present invention relates to load bearing implant devices for use in tissue repair. The implants consist of a resorbable, swellab ...


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Thomas Buckland, Charles Campion, James J Cassidy: Bone-replacement materials, methods and devices. ApaTech, Bret E Field, Makoto Tsunozaki, Bozicevic Field & Francis, June 28, 2016: US09375511

A bone graft material is provided comprising granules of synthetic bone material, at least some of which have a solid coating comprising a blood-clotting agent. A device for delivering bone-replacement material to a an area to be treated is also provided, the device comprising: a chamber for contain ...


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James J Cassidy, Bradley R Heckendorf, Ying Ko, Brian L Norberg: Dense porous structures for use as bone substitutes. CERAbio, Foley And Lardner, November 14, 2002: US20020169066-A1

A combination dense/porous structure includes a porous element having an outer surface defining a shape having a bulk volume, the element includes a continuous framework having struts defining a plurality of interconnecting interstices throughout the bulk volume. The porous element has interconnecti ...


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Thomas Buckland, Charles Campion, James J Cassidy: Bone-Replacement Materials, Methods and Devices. Apatech, Grossman Tucker Perreault & Pfleger Pllc, December 23, 2010: US20100324500-A1

A bone graft material is provided comprising granules of synthetic bone material, at least some of which have a solid coating comprising a blood-clotting agent. A device for delivering bone-replacement material to a an area to be treated is also provided, the device comprising: a chamber for contain ...


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