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Henry Hsu, Charles R Bisbee III, Michael Lars Palmer, Ronald J Lukasiewicz, Michael W Lindsay, Stephen W Prince: Magnetorheological fluid compositions and prosthetic knees utilizing same. Ossur Engineering, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 5, 2006: US07101487 (63 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates in one embodiment to magnetorheological fluids utilized in prosthetic joints in general and, in particular, to magnetorheological fluids utilized in controllable braking systems for prosthetic knee joints. Preferred magnetorheological fluids of the present invention com ...


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Henry Hsu, Charles R Bisbee III, Michael Lars Palmer, Ronald J Lukasiewicz, Michael W Lindsay, Stephen W Prince: Magnetorheological fluid compositions and prosthetic knees utilizing same. Ossur HF, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 26, 2008: US07335233 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates in one embodiment to magnetorheological fluids utilized in prosthetic joints in general and, in particular, to magnetorheological fluids utilized in controllable braking systems for prosthetic knee joints. Preferred magnetorheological fluids of the present invention com ...


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Tsu Chin Tsao, Steven D Schwartz, Jean Pierre Hubschman, Jason T Wilson, Stephen W Prince, Jean Louis Bourges: Apparatus, system, and method for robotic microsurgery. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Foley & Lardner, Cliff Z Liu, March 15, 2016: US09283043 (1 worldwide citation)

A system for microsurgery includes a first assembly and a second assembly, each including: (1) a planar remote center of motion (RCM) device configured to constrain motion of a surgical instrument attached to the planar RCM device such that an axis of the surgical instrument passes through the RCM w ...


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Michael L Palmer, Stephen W Prince: Microprocessor controlled prosthetic ankle system for footwear and terrain adaptation. Freedom Innovations, Cooley, September 19, 2017: US09763809

A prosthetic ankle includes a pair of prosthetic members movably coupled together to allow movement of the pair of prosthetic members with respect to one another. A hydraulic actuator or damper including hydraulic fluid in a hydraulic chamber is coupled to one of the pair of prosthetic members. A hy ...


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Henry Hsu, Charles R Bisbee, Michael Lars Palmer, Ronald J Lukasiewicz, Michael W Lindsay, Stephen W Prince: Magnetorheological fluid compositions and prosthetic knees utilizing same. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 4, 2004: US20040217324-A1

The present invention relates in one embodiment to magnetorheological fluids utilized in prosthetic joints in general and, in particular, to magnetorheological fluids utilized in controllable braking systems for prosthetic knee joints. Preferred magnetorheological fluids of the present invention com ...


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Henry Hsu, Charles R Bisbee, Michael Lars Palmer, Ronald J Lukasiewicz, Michael W Lindsay, Stephen W Prince: Magnetorheological fluid compositions and prosthetic knees utilizing same. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 7, 2006: US20060197051-A1

The present invention relates in one embodiment to magnetorheological fluids utilized in prosthetic joints in general and, in particular, to magnetorheological fluids utilized in controllable braking systems for prosthetic knee joints. Preferred magnetorheological fluids of the present invention com ...


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Henry Hsu, Charles R Bisbee, Michael Lars Palmer, Ronald J Lukasiewicz, Michael W Lindsay, Stephen W Prince: Magnetorheological fluid compositions and prosthetic knees utilizing same. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 10, 2006: US20060178753-A1

The present invention relates in one embodiment to magnetorheological fluids utilized in prosthetic joints in general and, in particular, to magnetorheological fluids utilized in controllable braking systems for prosthetic knee joints. Preferred magnetorheological fluids of the present invention com ...