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Michael W Dudasik, Matthew P Poggie, Michael J Schulzki: Prosthetic hip implantation method and apparatus. Howmedica, Peter C Richardson, Lawrence C Akers, Raymond W Augustin, March 4, 1997: US05607431 (207 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument system for preparing the medullary canal of the femur for implanting a prosthetic femoral component includes a template to be used in determining osteotomy position from an x-ray. A gauge is provided to locate and mark this position on the anterior femur. A distal reamer having ...


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Marc H Hedrick, John K Fraser, Michael J Schulzki, Bobby Byrnes, Grace Carlson, Robert K Shanahan: Systems and methods for separating and concentrating adipose derived stem cells from tissue. Cytori Therapeutics, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 7, 2009: US07514075 (59 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are described that are used to separate cells from a wide variety of tissues. In particular, automated systems and methods are described that separate regenerative cells, e.g., stem and/or progenitor cells, from adipose tissue. The systems and methods described herein provide rap ...


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Philip C Noble, Anthony K Hedley, Michael J Schulzki, William J Kelly Jr: Asymmetric hip stem. Howmedica, Peter C Richardson, Raymond W Augustin, Laura G Barrow, July 7, 1998: US05776204 (40 worldwide citation)

An improved asymmetric femoral hip stem component for use in cementless hip replacement procedures is described. The stem comprises a proximal region having a novel three-dimensional configuration to allow for better fit and stability of the stem within the femoral intramedullary canal with minimal ...


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Marc H Hedrick, John K Fraser, Michael J Schulzki, Bobby Byrnes, Grace Carlson, Ronda Elizabeth Schreiber, Isabella Wulur: Automated methods for isolating and using clinically safe adipose derived regenerative cells. Cytori Therapeutics, Knobble Martens Olson & Bear, September 8, 2009: US07585670 (33 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are described that are used to separate cells from a wide variety of tissues. In particular, automated systems and methods are described that separate regenerative cells, e.g., stem and/or progenitor cells, from adipose tissue. The systems and methods described herein provide rap ...


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Marc H Hedrick, John K Fraser, Michael J Schulzki, Bobby Byrnes, Grace Carlson, Ronda Schreiber, Isabella Wulur: Systems and methods for isolating and using clinically safe adipose derived regenerative cells. Cytori Therapeutics, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 24, 2012: US08163276 (29 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are described that are used to separate cells from a wide variety of tissues. In particular, automated systems and methods are described that separate regenerative cells, e.g., stem and/or progenitor cells, from adipose tissue. The systems and methods described herein provide rap ...


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Philip C Noble, Anthony K Hedley, Michael J Schulzki, William J Kelly Jr: Asymmetric hip stem. Stryker Technologies Corporation, Laura G Barrow, December 28, 1999: US06007581 (18 worldwide citation)

An improved asymmetric femoral hip stem component for use in cementless hip replacement procedures is described. The stem comprises a proximal region having a novel three-dimensional configuration to allow for better fit and stability of the stem within the femoral intramedullary canal with minimal ...


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Philip C Noble, Anthony K Hedley, Michael J Schulzki, William J Kelly Jr: Asymmetric hip stem. Stryker Technlogies Corporation, Laura G Barrow, August 15, 2000: US06102957 (8 worldwide citation)

An improved asymmetric femoral hip stem component for use in cementless hip replacement procedures is described. The stem comprises a proximal region having a novel three-dimensional configuration to allow for better fit and stability of the stem within the femoral intramedullary canal with minimal ...


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Michael J Schulzki, Carlos E Collazo, Kenneth Trimmer, Emilio Sanchez: Valgus adapter. Howmedica Osteonics, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, October 7, 2003: US06629978 (5 worldwide citation)

IM revision tools include a cutting guide having a coupling (preferably a male dovetail coupling), and a plurality of valgus adapters each having a mating (for example, female dovetail) coupling. According to a preferred embodiment of the invention, ten valgus adapters are provided: left and right w ...


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Marc H Hedrick, John K Fraser, Michael J Schulzki, Bobby Byrnes, Grace Carlson, Ronda Elizabeth Schreiber, Isabella Wulur: Systems for isolating and using clinically safe adipose derived regenerative cells. CYTORI THERAPEUTICS, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 6, 2018: US10119113

Systems and methods are described that are used to separate cells from a wide variety of tissues. In particular, automated systems and methods are described that separate regenerative cells, e.g., stem and/or progenitor cells, from adipose tissue. The systems and methods described herein provide rap ...


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Michael J Schulzki, Carlos E Collazo, Kenneth Trimmer, Emilio Sanchez: Methods and tools for femoral intermedullary revision surgery. Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, October 24, 2002: US20020156479-A1

IM revision tools include a cutting guide having a coupling (preferably a male dovetail coupling), and a plurality of valgus adapters each having a mating (for example, female dovetail) coupling. According to a preferred embodiment of the invention, ten valgus adapters are provided: left and right w ...