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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley: Devices for treating the spine. Benvenue Medical, Cook Alex, June 4, 2013: US08454617 (58 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are disclosed for distracting tissue and particularly spinal tissue. The device and method may include insertion of at least one elongated member and an augmenting member to form a structure between the tissues to be distraction, such that a dimensional aspect of the structure i ...


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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley: Devices for treating the spine. Benvenue Medical, Cook Alex, March 3, 2015: US08968408 (10 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are disclosed for distracting tissue and particularly spinal tissue. The device and method may include insertion of at least one elongated member and an augmenting member to form a structure between the tissues to be distraction, such that a dimensional aspect of the structure i ...


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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley, Larry T Khoo: Devices for treating the spine. Benvenue Medical, Cook Alex, November 26, 2013: US08591583 (8 worldwide citation)

Various features of spinal implants and systems and methods for implanting the same with or between tissue layers in the human body.


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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley, Larry T Khoo: Devices for treating the spine. Benvenue Medical, Cook Alex, May 3, 2016: US09326866 (6 worldwide citation)

Various features of spinal implants and systems and methods for implanting the same with or between tissue layers in the human body.


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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley: Methods for treating the spine. Benvenue Medical, Cook Alex, May 9, 2017: US09642712 (3 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are disclosed for distracting tissue and particularly spinal tissue. The device and method may include insertion of at least one elongated member and an augmenting member to form a structure between the tissues to be distraction, such that a dimensional aspect of the structure i ...


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Timothy J McGrath, Ryan Connolly: Devices and methods for treatment of a bone fracture. Benvenue Medical, Cook Alex, February 10, 2015: US08951288 (1 worldwide citation)

An implant and method are provided for treating a fractured bone. The implant includes a generally elongated member having a first configuration for introduction between body tissue layers and a second configuration in-situ having a curved portion. The generally elongated member includes a plurality ...


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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley: Devices for treating the spine. Cook Alex, September 25, 2008: US20080234687-A1

Method and apparatus are disclosed for distracting tissue and particularly spinal tissue. The device and method may include insertion of at least one elongated member and an augmenting member to form a structure between the tissues to be distraction, such that a dimensional aspect of the structure i ...


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Laurent Schaller, Timothy McGrath, Ryan Connolly, David Needleman, Steven Golden, John Ashley, James Lee, Jeffrey Emery, J Brook Burley, Larry T Khoo: Devices for treating the spine. Cook Alex, September 25, 2008: US20080234827-A1

Various features of spinal implants and systems and methods for implanting the same with or between tissue layers in the human body.


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Ryan Connolly, Edward Cooper, Brian Lamb, Scott Borland: Hand-held, low-flow therapeutic gas dispensers. Capnia Incorporated, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, July 17, 2008: US20080169047-A1

A hand-held, low-flow dispenser comprises an enclosure holding a gas cartridge. A spring-biased needle is advanced to puncture a septum on the gas cartridge, and a separate spring-biased ball valve is used to turn the resulting gas flow off and on as well as to control the flow rate.