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Markus Schultheiss, Lutz Claes, Lothar Kinzl: Bone screw. Aesculap & Co KG, Barry R Lipsitz, Douglas M McAllister, June 29, 2004: US06755835 (223 worldwide citation)

In order to produce a bone screw having a screw body which is provided with an external thread and which comprises a flow-through mechanism for bone cement that is used for the production of a cement jacket around the bone screw, such that the bone screw will be anchored in a highly stable manner af ...


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Samuel G Steinemann, Lutz Claes: Metallic implant anchorable to bone tissue for replacing a broken or diseased bone. Institut Straumann, Anderson Kill Olick & Oshinsky, October 10, 1995: US05456723 (110 worldwide citation)

The prevailing opinion, supported by observations, has been in the art, that any implant of titanium or of another similar material is to have a contact surface roughness of more than 20 .mu.m to yield a good bond between bone and implant. The present invention is based upon the recognition, that th ...


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Orlando Martinelli, Beat Inauen, Erwin Flühler, Lutz Claes, Heinz Gerngross, Götz Rübsaamen: Clamp assembly for an external fixation system. Synthes, Pennie & Edmonds, June 25, 2002: US06409729 (78 worldwide citation)

An external bone fixation system for clamping bone pins and a connecting element is provided. The system includes a jaw and an upper element for retaining bone pins therebetween, a middle element, and a lower element, with the elements being disposed about a common axis. The upper element swivels re ...


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Orlando Martinelli, Beat Inauen, Erwin Flühler, Lutz Claes, Heinz Gerngross, Götz Rübsaamen: Telescopic body for an external fixation system. Synthes, Pennie & Edmonds, December 31, 2002: US06500177 (50 worldwide citation)

A telescopic body for an external bone fixation device includes a central core body and cylindrical outer parts having a bore extending therethrough, all disposed about a center axis. The outer surface of the core body is in the form of a keyed shaft, and the bore in the outer parts has keyways that ...


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Pierre Andre Comte, Caius Burri, Lutz Claes, Heinz Gerngross, Remy Meier: Device for the setting of bone segments. Synthes, Davis Hoxie Faithfull & Hapgood, December 22, 1987: US04714076 (47 worldwide citation)

Bone-setting device comprises two elongated holders which are joined by an elongated connecting link. Pins which can be screwed into bone elements are held in each holder in such a manner that they can be rotated around their axis, moved along that axis, and clamped. At least one holder comprises sp ...


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Lutz Claes, Heinz Gerngross, Götz Rübsaamen, Orlando Martinelli, Erwin Flühler: Device for repositioning fractured bone fragments. Synthes, Pennie & Edmonds, August 6, 2002: US06428540 (41 worldwide citation)

A device for repositioning fractured bone fragments has a rod and a clamping device secured to each end of the rod and bone fasteners for anchoring in the fractured bone fragments to be fixed. The rod has three translation mechanisms and three rotation mechanisms for altering the relative position o ...


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Martin Dauner, Helmut Hierlemann, Heinrich Planck, Lutz Claes, Lutz Duerselen, Anita Ignatius: Medical, bioresorbable implant, process for its production and the use thereof. Deutsche Institute fuer Textil und Faserforschung Stuttgart Stiftung des oeffentlichen Rechts, Lutz Claes, Marvin C Berkowitz, Derek Richmond, Nath & Associates PLLC, August 10, 2004: US06773459 (16 worldwide citation)

A medical, bioresorbable implant, particularly for cruciate ligament augmentation, is constructed as a composite structure in textile construction from at least two biocompatible polymer materials, which differ in their chemical composition and/or polymer structure and which are degradable, the impl ...


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Martin Dauner, Helmut Hierlemann, Heinrich Planck, Lutz Claes, Lutz Duerselen, Anita Ignatius: Medical, bioresorbable implant, process for its production and the use thereof. Nath & Associates Pllc, May 23, 2002: US20020062152-A1

A medical, bioresorbable implant, particularly for crucial ligament augmentation, is constructed as a composite structure in textile construction from at least two biocompatible polymer materials, which differ in their chemical composition and/or polymer structure and which are degradable, the impla ...


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Markus Schultheiss, Lutz Claes, Lothar Kinzl: Bone screw. AESCULAP & Co KG, Law Office Of Barry R Lipsitz, September 5, 2002: US20020123752-A1

In order to produce a bone screw having a screw body which is provided with an external thread and which comprises flow-through means for bone cement that is used for the production of a cement jacket around the bone screw, such that the bone screw will be anchored in a highly stable manner after be ...