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Paul L Termin, Christopher H Porter: Radially expandable fixation member. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai, December 10, 1991: US05071407 (731 worldwide citation)

An open weave fixation device is secured to a distal end region of a catheter or other diagnostic or treatment device, for either temporarily or permanently fixing the device within a body cavity. In one approach, the fixation element is constructed of braided, helically wound filaments of resilient ...


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Robert M Carr Jr, Paul L Termin, Kimberlie D Condon: Tissue repair fabric. Organogenesis, Hale and Dorr, March 31, 1998: US05733337 (385 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to prosthesis, which, when implanted into a mammalian patient, serve as a functioning replacement for a body part, or tissue structure, and will undergo controlled biodegradation occurring concomitantly with bioremodeling by the patient's living cells. The prosthesis of th ...


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Paul L Termin, Christopher H Porter: Radially expandable body implantable device. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai, March 5, 1996: US05496277 (308 worldwide citation)

An open weave fixation device is secured to a distal end region of a catheter or other diagnostic or treatment device, for either temporarily or permanently fixing the device within a body cavity. In one approach, the fixation element is constructed of braided, helically wound filaments of resilient ...


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Paul L Termin, Christopher H Porter: Radially expandable fixation member. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai, June 22, 1993: US05221261 (239 worldwide citation)

An open weave fixation device is secured to a distal end region of a catheter or other diagnostic or treatment device, for either temporarily or permanently fixing the device within a body cavity. In one approach, the fixation element is constructed of braided, helically wound filaments of resilient ...


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Paul L Termin, Christopher H Porter: Radially expandable fixation member constructed of recovery metal. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai, January 3, 1995: US05378239 (192 worldwide citation)

An open weave fixation device is secured to a distal end region of a catheter or other diagnostic or treatment device, for either temporarily or permanently fixing the device within a body cavity. In one approach, the fixation element is constructed of braided, helically wound filaments of resilient ...


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Paul L Termin, Robert M Carr Jr, Kimberlie D Condon: Method for treating diseased or damaged organs. Organogenesis, Hale and Dorr, January 1, 2002: US06334872 (134 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a method of treating a patient with diseased or damaged organs comprising administering to said patient a bioremodelable collagen-containing material which promotes the production of structural collagen, vascularization and epithelialization by the ingrowth of patient c ...


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Robert M Carr Jr, Kimberlie D Condon, Paul L Termin, Janet Hardin Young: Tissue repair fabric. Organogenesis, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, June 13, 2006: US07060103 (36 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis, which, when implanted into a mammalian patient, serves as a functioning replacement for a body part, or tissue structure, and will undergo controlled biodegradation occurring concomitantly with bioremodeling by the patients living cells. The prosthesis is treated so that it is rendered ...


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Paul L Termin, Robert M Carr Jr, Kimberlie D Condon: Method for treating diseased or damaged organs. Organogenesis, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, May 10, 2005: US06890351 (10 worldwide citation)

A bioremodelable prosthesis for treating a patient with a diseased or damaged organs comprising a first layer that contains acid-extracted fibrillar or non-fibrillar collagen, and a second layer derived from the tunica submucosa of the small intestine that provides structural stability, is pliable a ...


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Robert M Carr Jr, Kimberlie D Condon, Paul L Termin, Janet Hardin Young: Tissue repair fabric. Organogenesis, Edward J Adamson, Ravi Dipali, March 22, 2011: US07909886 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to prosthesis, which, when implanted into a mammalian patient, serves as a functioning replacement for a body part, or tissue structure, and will undergo controlled biodegradation occurring concomitantly with bioremodeling by the patient's living cells. The prosthesis is t ...


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Robert M Carr, Kimberlie D Condon, Paul L Termin, Janet Hardin Young: Tissue repair fabric. Hale And Dorr, July 18, 2002: US20020095218-A1

This invention is directed to prosthesis, which, when implanted into a mammalian patient, serves as a functioning replacement for a body part, or tissue structure, and will undergo controlled biodegradation occurring concomitantly with bioremodeling by the patient's living cells. The prosthesis is t ...