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Donald K Chalaire, John A Muller, Halfen L Hoyt: Supply system for oil dampers. United Technologies Corporation, Norman Friedland, November 8, 1988: US04782919 (13 worldwide citation)

The oil supply system for a fluid squeeze film damper carries a high frequency check valve mounted in serial flow relation to a low frequency check valve, wherein the low frequency check valve is disposed between the source of oil and the high frequency check valve so as to maintain the stiffness of ...


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Brian D Snyder, Edward J Vresilovic, Hemal P Mehta, John A Muller: Modular spinal fixation system. Mass Modular Spine Group, Wayne A Keown, Preti Flaherty, August 31, 2010: US07785352 (10 worldwide citation)

A spinal fixation system having a modular construction to allow universal application to varying spine anatomy and load requirements of individual vertebral attachment members, while reducing requirements for large inventories to optimize spinal fixation. Modularity allows the individual attachment ...


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Brian D Snyder, Edward J Vresilovic, Hemal P Mehta, John A Muller: Tension fixation system. Mass Modular Spine Group, Volpe and Koenig P C, July 3, 2012: US08211152 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an apparatus and method for fixation of a bone anchor to a structural member used for spinal fixation, whereby spinal deformity can be corrected and mechanical stability of the spine is provided so that load is carried fully or partially through the structural member. ...


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Brian D Snyder, Edward J Vresilovic, Hemal P Mehta, John A Muller: Tension fixation system. Keown & Zucchero, September 11, 2008: US20080221621-A1

The present invention provides an apparatus and method for fixation of a bone anchor to a structural member used for spinal fixation, whereby spinal deformity can be corrected and mechanical stability of the spine is provided so that load is carried fully or partially through the structural member. ...


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Brian D Snyder, Edward J Vresilovic, Hemal P Mehta, John A Muller: Modular spinal fixation system. Keown & Zucchero, February 28, 2008: US20080051789-A1

A spinal fixation system having a modular construction to allow universal application to varying spine anatomy and load requirements of individual vertebral attachment members, while reducing requirements for large inventories to optimize spinal fixation. Modularity allows the individual attachment ...


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