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Archibald Matthew E, Rattew Alden, Maxwell Timothy J, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, O Malley Michael T, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, John Owen L: Dynamic tensioning system and method. Canica Design, Archibald Matthew E, Rattew Alden, Maxwell Timothy J, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, O Malley Michael T, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, John Owen L, PRATT John S, November 23, 2006: WO/2006/124671 (31 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Maxwell Timothy J: Safety scalpel. Canica Design, Maxwell Timothy J, June 18, 2009: WO/2009/074863 (1 worldwide citation)

A scalpel enabling both safe blade engagement or disengagement and safe passing among personnel during surgical procedures. The scalpel is positionable in three configurations, including a blade shielded position, a blade exposed and operational position and a fully extended position for engagement ...


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ARCHIBALD MATTHEW E, RATTEW ALDEN, MAXWELL TIMOTHY J, LEE LEONARD G, HENDERSON JAMES P, O MALLEY MICHAEL T, BARRY JULIA VAN EYK, ARMSTRONG DAVID W: Dynamic tensioning system and method, System und Verfahren Zur Dynamischen Spannung, Système et procédé de mise sous tension dynamique. CANICA DESIGN, April 25, 2012: EP2444009-A1

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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O& 39, Malley Michael T, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, John Owen L, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, Archibald Matthew E, Maxwell Timothy J, Rattew Alden: Dynamic tensioning system and method. Canica Design, zhangjing qiang, April 30, 2008: CN200680015685

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Bell Michael S G, Lee Leonard G, O Malley Michael T, Maxwell Timothy J: Ensemble scalpel, Scalpel assembly. Canica Design, Canica Design, HENDRY ROBERT G, October 19, 2000: CA2372013

A scalpel assembly utilizing an ejectable blade allowing easy installation and removal of the blade. Use of an ejectable blade permits a used or contaminated blade to fall freely from the scalpel assembly without direct contact with the blade.


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Lee Leonard G, O Malley Michael T, Bell Michael S G, Maxwell Timothy J: Systeme chirurgical de fixation et decartement, Surgical fixation and retraction system. Canica Design, Canica Design, HENDRY ROBERT G, June 8, 2000: CA2353723

A fixation and retraction system utilizing table-like ferromagnetic base components to which shielded magnet components attach in order to locate movable fixation and retraction components or other operating theater devices, such as surgical drapes. Use of rare earth magnets permits system component ...


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Maxwell Timothy J: Safety scalpel. Canica Design, July 25, 2007: EP1809188-A1

A scalpel enabling both safe blade engagement or disengagement and safe passing among personnel during surgical procedures. The blade arm assembly of the scalpel is positionable in three positions, including a retracted position, an operational extended position and a fully extended position for eng ...


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Archibald Matthew E, Rattew Alden, Maxwell Timothy J, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, O& 039, Malley Michael T, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, John Owen L: Dynamic tensioning system and method. Canica Design, January 23, 2008: EP1879508-A2

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Bell Michael S G, Lee Leonard G, O Malley Michael T, Maxwell Timothy J: Scalpel assembly. Canica Design, Bell Michael S G, Lee Leonard G, O Malley Michael T, Maxwell Timothy J, CANICA DESIGN, October 19, 2000: WO/2000/061014

A scalpel assembly utilizing an ejectable blade allowing easy installation and removal of the blade. Use of an ejectable blade permits a used or contaminated blade to fall freely from the scalpel assembly without direct contact with the blade.


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Bell Michael S G, Lee Leonard G, O Malley Michael T, Maxwell Timothy J: Surgical fixation and retraction system. Canica Design, Bell Michael S G, Lee Leonard G, O Malley Michael T, Maxwell Timothy J, CANICA DESIGN, June 8, 2000: WO/2000/032111

A fixation and retraction system utilizing table-like ferromagnetic base components to which shielded magnet components attach in order to locate movable fixation and retraction components or other operating theater devices, such as surgical drapes. Use of rare earth magnets permits system component ...