1
Leslie Hamilton, Rao S Bezwada, Mark B Roller, Murty N Vyakarnam, David A Dalessandro, Joel S Rosenblatt, Ram L Kataria, Lowell G Saferstein, James F Martin: Foam buttress for stapling apparatus. Ethicon, December 4, 2001: US06325810 (790 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for achieving hemostasis and pneumostasis along a staple line by utilizing a compliant bioabsorbable foam buttress which may be attached to one jaw of a surgical stapling apparatus by a biocompatible releasable adhesive.


2
Woonza M Rhee, Richard A Berg, Joel S Rosenblatt, Jacqueline A Tefft, Larry J Braga, Thomas L Smestad: Method of preparing crosslinked biomaterial compositions for use in tissue augmentation. Collagen Corporation, Kathi Rafayko, August 27, 1996: US05550187 (144 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a novel method for preparing crosslinked biomaterial compositions for use in the augmentation of soft or hard tissue. In general, the method comprises mixing a biocompatible polymer, which is preferably collagen, with a sterile, dry crosslinking agent, which is prefer ...


3
Woonza M Rhee, Richard A Berg, Joel S Rosenblatt, Jacqueline A Schroeder, Larry J Braga, Thomas L Smestad, Abigail Freeman: Process for preparing a sterile, dry crosslinking agent. Collagen Corporation, Kathi Rafayko, July 1, 1997: US05643464 (124 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a novel method for preparing crosslinked biomaterial compositions for use in the augmentation of soft or hard tissue. In general, the method comprises mixing a biocompatible polymer, which is preferably collagen, with a sterile, dry crosslinking agent, which is prefer ...


4
Joel S Rosenblatt, Richard A Berg: Collagen-based injectable drug delivery system and its use. Collagen Corporation, Morrison & Foerster, September 15, 1998: US05807581 (72 worldwide citation)

Drugs are delivered in a sustained manner from an in vivo depot which is formed from a collagen-based injectable composition. The injectable composition is fluid when injected but undergoes crosslinking in situ to form a crosslinked collagen matrix which encloses the drug to be released. The composi ...


5
Shawn T Huxel, Ram L Kataria, Joel S Rosenblatt: Method and composition for deforming soft tissues. Ethicon, July 23, 2002: US06423332 (64 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a composition and method for augmenting soft tissue, which composition includes a continuous phase that is a solid at temperatures less than about 10° C. or greater than about 30° C. and is a fluid at temperatures between about 10° C. and about 30° C., and which contai ...


6
Woonza M Rhee, Richard A Berg, Joel S Rosenblatt, Jacqueline A Tefft, Larry J Braga, Thomas L Smestad: Method of preparing crosslinked biomaterial compositions for use in tissue augmentation. Collagen Corporation, Kathi Rafayko, June 18, 1996: US05527856 (55 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a novel method for preparing crosslinked biomaterial compositions for use in the augmentation of soft or hard tissue. In general, the method comprises mixing a biocompatible polymer, which is preferably collagen, with a sterile, dry crosslinking agent, which is prefer ...


7
Vivek N Shenoy, Timothy T Revak, George H Chu, Hugh R McMullin, Joel S Rosenblatt, George R Martin: Method of controlling structure stability of collagen fibers produced form solutions or dispersions treated with sodium hydroxide for infectious agent deactivation. Collagen Corporation, Shirley L Church, Kathi Rafayko, Freddie K Park, April 1, 1997: US05616689 (45 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, stabilized dispersions of collagen fibers that have been treated in order to inactivate infectious agents and methods of stabilizing such collagen fibers are provided.


8
Richard A Berg, Joel S Rosenblatt, Woonza M Rhee: Crosslinked collagen compositions for in situ administration. Cohesion Technologies, Morrison & Foerster, December 26, 2000: US06165489 (39 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a novel, injectable crosslinked collagen composition which is able to continue crosslinking after injection to a soft or hard tissue site in order to anchor the collagen implant to the host tissue. The composition comprises particulate crosslinked collagen, noncrossli ...


9
David T Rowe, Rodney W Denlinger, Joel S Rosenblatt, Nisha Gupta, Joseph A Runkle, Jeffrey M Vitullo, Philip D Schmidt, William J Vojtasek: Integrated syringe device with self-capping connector. Arrow International, Baker & Hostetler, December 31, 2013: US08617120

An embodiment in accordance with the present invention provides an integrated syringe-device which can store a volume of fluid for infusion, can connect via an air-tight connector to another device (such as a luer connector), can flush fluid through the connector into the other device, and can deliv ...


10
David T Rowe, Rodney W Denlinger, Joel S Rosenblatt, Nisha Gupta, Joseph A Runkle, Jeffrey M Vitullo, Philip D Schmidt, William J Vojtasek: Integrated syringe device with self-capping connector. October 25, 2012: US20120271278-A1

An embodiment in accordance with the present invention provides an integrated syringe-device which can store a volume of fluid for infusion, can connect via an air-tight connector to another device (such as a luer connector), can flush fluid through the connector into the other device, and can deliv ...