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Timothy A Ringeisen, Amanda Turner, Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Compressed porous materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 25, 2010: US07723395 (107 worldwide citation)

A high strength porous polymeric material manufactured by a compression process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable access for fluid migration throughout the ...


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Michael S Coulton, Geoffrey N Ehrman, William F Horvath, Kenneth L Laubsch, Joseph DeMeo: Rolled roof vent and method of making same. Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated, Howson and Howson, October 7, 1997: US05673521 (60 worldwide citation)

An improved roll-form vent for buildings comprises a sequentially thermoformed polymeric vent which provides multiple venting air flow paths between the interior of a building and ambient atmosphere. The vent includes projections extending from a web and a plurality of vent openings that cooperate w ...


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Michael S Coulton, Geoffrey N Ehrman, William F Horvath, Kenneth L Laubsch, Joseph DeMeo: Method of making a rolled roof vent. Benjamin Obdyke, Howson and Howson, May 11, 1999: US05902432 (23 worldwide citation)

An improved roll-form vent for buildings comprises a sequentially thermoformed polymeric vent which provides multiple venting air flow paths between the interior of a building and ambient atmosphere. The vent includes projections extending from a web and a plurality of vent openings that cooperate w ...


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Joseph Opdyke, Kenneth L Laubsch, Joseph DeMeo: Cladding for door and window frames. Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated, Howson and Howson, September 23, 1997: US05669192 (16 worldwide citation)

A do-it-yourself kit for retrofitting without special tools protective weatherproof cladding on an existing door or window frame assembly. Three elongate one-piece sections of extruded plastic are prefabricated in transverse cross section to match the profile of the exterior exposed surfaces of two ...


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Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Oriented polymer implantable device and process for making same. Kensey Nash Corporation, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 27, 2008: US07378144 (11 worldwide citation)

A device is formed by the process into a bone screw or fastener, wherein the head has a degree of polymer alignment and strength, and wherein the shank has a higher degree of polymer alignment and strength. In practice of the present invention, the polymer slug is pressed into the die cavity by the ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, Amanda Turner, Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Compressed porous materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 21, 2013: US08445554 (1 worldwide citation)

A high strength porous polymeric material manufactured by a compression process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable access for fluid migration throughout the ...


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Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Heam, Robert L McDade: Oriented polymer implantable device and process for making same. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, April 8, 2014: US08691136

A device is formed by the process into a bone screw or fastener, wherein the head has a degree of polymer alignment and strength, and wherein the shank has a higher degree of polymer alignment and strength. In practice of the present invention, the polymer slug is pressed into the die cavity by the ...


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Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Heam, Robert L McOade: Oriented polymer implantable device and process for making same. Kensey Nash Corporation, September 18, 2008: US20080228187-A1

A device is formed by the process into a bone screw or fastener, wherein the head has a degree of polymer alignment and strength, and wherein the shank has a higher degree of polymer alignment and strength. In practice of the present invention, the polymer slug is pressed into the die cavity by the ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, Amanda Turner, Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Compressed porous materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Marsh Creek Corporate Center, November 3, 2005: US20050246021-A1

A high strength porous polymeric material manufactured by a compression process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable access for fluid migration throughout the ...


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Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Oriented polymer implantable device and process for making same. Jeffrey C Kelly, Kensey Nash Corporation, August 18, 2005: US20050182411-A1

A device is formed by the process into a bone screw or fastener, wherein the head has a degree of polymer alignment and strength, and wherein the shank has a higher degree of polymer alignment and strength. In practice of the present invention, the polymer slug is pressed into the die cavity by the ...