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Peter K Jarrett, Donald J Casey, Louis Rosati: Absorbable surgical repair devices. American Cyanamid Co, C F Costello Jr, August 30, 1994: US05342395 (564 worldwide citation)

A load-bearing, bioabsorbable surgical repair device manufactured from a copolymer having a plurality of first linkages of lactide or lactide/glycolide, and a plurality of second linkages of a polymer having a glass transition temperature below ambient temperature. The second linkages preferably are ...


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Donald J Casey, Louis Rosati: Polyesters containing alkylene oxide blocks as drug delivery systems. American Cyanamid Company, Alice C Brennan, November 21, 1989: US04882168 (240 worldwide citation)

The invention is a slow release drug delivery system comprising a drug and an ABA or AB block copolymer wherein one block (B) is a poly(alkylene oxide) and the other blocks (A) are comprised of degradable random copolymers of (1) the cyclic ester of an alpha-hydroxy acid and (2) a second cyclic este ...


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Peter K Jarrett, Donald J Casey, Louis Rosati, James W Dwyer: Polymeric surgical staple. American Cyanamid Company, Charles F Costello Jr, June 28, 1994: US05324307 (137 worldwide citation)

A one piece surgical repair device consists essentially of a polymeric wire. The polymeric wire is comprised of an oriented, semicrystalline polymer. The surgical repair device can be a staple and is capable of permanent flexural deformation at ambient temperature.


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Peter K Jarrett, George Jessup, Louis Rosati, Chris Martin, John W Maney: Coating for tissue drag reduction. American Cyanamid Company, C F Costello Jr, October 4, 1994: US05352515 (77 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to materials medical or veterinary use that possess considerably improved properties with regard to friction. The invention also relates to the production of such materials from existing materials that possess suitable bulk properties, but inappropriate frictional properties. ...


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Donald J Casey, Peter K Jarrett, Louis Rosati: Diblock and triblock copolymers. American Cyanamid Company, Charles F Costello Jr, December 29, 1987: US04716203 (67 worldwide citation)

A diblock copolymer is disclosed having a first block of a polyalkylene oxide and a second block of glycolic acid ester and trimethylene carbonate linkages. A triblock copolymer is disclosed having a middle block obtained from an ethylene oxide homopolymer or a copolymer of ethylene oxide and a cycl ...


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Donald J Casey, Louis Rosati, Peter K Jarrett, Leonard T Lehmann: Bioabsorbable surgical suture coating. American Cyanamid Company, David A Warmbold, August 15, 1989: US04857602 (61 worldwide citation)

A bioabsorbable coating for a surgical suture or ligature is disclosed. The coating is manufactured from a diblock or a triblock copolymer.


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Peter K Jarrett, Louis Rosati, Donald J Casey: Segmented absorbable copolymer. American Cyanamid Company, Charles F Costello Jr, October 12, 1993: US05252701 (59 worldwide citation)

A copolymer comprising a bioabsorbable, segmented molecular architecture has been invented. The copolymer has at least two different ester linkages. The segmented molecular architecture comprises a plurality of fast transesterifying linkages. The fast transesterifying linkages have a segment length ...


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Peter K Jarrett, George Jessup, Louis Rosati, Chris Martin, John W Maney: Coating for tissue drag reduction. American Cyanamid Company, Charles F Costello Jr, Ari M Bai, August 15, 1995: US05442016 (25 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to materials for medical or veterinary use that possess considerably improved properties with regard to friction. The invention also relates to the production of such materials from existing materials that possess suitable bulk properties, but inappropriate frictional properti ...


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Haunn Lin Chen, Richard F Rice, Louis Rosati, Paul S Waterman: Stable emulsion blends and methods for their use. Cytec Technology, Claire M Schultz, June 9, 1998: US05763530 (21 worldwide citation)

Stable compositions comprising a blend of at least two inverse emulsions, at least one of which is a polymeric microemulsion, provide effective flocculating performance over time. Methods for preparing stable emulsion blends use stabilizing amounts of aldehyde scavenger.


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Peter K Jarrett, George Jessup, Louis Rosati, Chris Martin, John W Maney: Coating for tissue drag reduction. American Cyanamid Company, Montgomery W Smith, Ari M Bai, Rita D Vacca, June 25, 1996: US05530074 (18 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to materials for medical or veterinary use that possess considerably improved properties with regard to friction. The invention also relates to the production of such materials from existing materials that possess suitable bulk properties, but inappropriate frictional properti ...