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Steven Neuenfeldt, James H Brauker: Tissue implant systems. Baxter International, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, February 3, 1998: US05713888 (252 worldwide citation)

An implant assembly for a host tissue is provided. The implant assembly comprises a pouch including wall means defining a chamber for holding a second member, the wall means including an outer vascularizing membrane having a conformation that results in growth of vascular structures by the host tiss ...


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Steven Neuenfeldt, James Brauker, Robert Clarke: Ported tissue implant systems and methods of using same. Baxter International, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, March 31, 1998: US05733336 (232 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for implanting cells in a host is provided. In an embodiment, an implant assembly for a host tissue is provided comprising wall means defining a chamber for holding cells for implantation, the wall means including means for forming a porous boundary between the host tissue and ...


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Steven Neuenfeldt, James Brauker, Robert Clarke: Ported tissue implant systems and methods of using same. Baxter International, Hill Steadman & Simpson, August 13, 1996: US05545223 (204 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for implanting cells in a host is provided. In an embodiment, an implant assembly for a host tissue is provided comprising wall means defining a chamber for holding cells for implantation, the wall means including means for foxing a porous boundary between the host tissue and ...


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Steven Neuenfeldt, James Brauker, Robert Clarke, Victoria Carr Brendel: Method for implanting tissue in a host. Baxter International, Hill Steadman & Simpson, August 27, 1996: US05549675 (185 worldwide citation)

A method for implanting cells into a host tissue is provided. The method comprises the steps of: creating an implant assembly for holding cells including wall means for forming a porous boundary between the host tissue and the implanted cells in the device, the pore size of the boundary being suffic ...


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Steven Neuenfeldt, Joanne Daugird, James Brauker, Robin Lee Geller, Scott Fredericksen, Mark Jones, Thomas Loudovaris, David Maryanov, Stephanie Shors: Implantation assembly. Baxter International, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, October 12, 1999: US05964261 (102 worldwide citation)

An implant assembly and methods for loading implant devices which avoids the accidental deposition of transplanted material or other contaminates on the exterior of the device during transportation, storage, and handling are disclosed. The implant assembly of the invention may be used with a large v ...


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Robert A Clarke, Steven Neuenfeldt: Ultrasonic welding horn with sonics dampening insert. Baxter International, Hill Steadman & Simpson, June 6, 1995: US05421923 (81 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic welding horn is provided that has an insert connected to the body of the horn proximal to the welding edge, the insert being dampened from the ultrasonic operating frequency by attaching it to the horn body at a nodal point that has little or no vibration during the operational vibrati ...


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Robin G Pauley, Donna L McLarty, Atul R Khare, Shmuel Sternberg, Daniel R Boggs, Steven Neuenfeldt, Mark Jones, James H Brauker, Laura A Martinson: Multiple-layer, formed-in-place immunoisolation membrane structures for implantation of cells in host tissue. Baxter International, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, May 9, 2000: US06060640 (59 worldwide citation)

A permeable structure forms a chamber to hold living cells. The structure includes a first permeable region surrounding at least a portion of the chamber having a conformation that, when implanted in host tissue, substantially blocks penetration of host cells into the chamber while permitting solute ...


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Kevin L Houser, Sarah A Noschang, Steven Neuenfeldt, Craig N Faller, Jeffrey J Vaitekunas: Ultrasonic surgical shears and tissue pad for same. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Verne E Kreger Jr, May 21, 2013: US08444663 (5 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic-surgical-shears tissue pad has a tissue-pad body including a base material and at least one filler material. An alternate ultrasonic-surgical-shears tissue pad has a tissue-pad body having adjoining first and second regions, wherein the first region includes a first material and wherei ...


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Kevin L Houser, Sarah A Noschang, Steven Neuenfeldt, Craig N Faller, Jeffrey J Vaitekunas: Ultrasonic surgical shears and tissue pad for same. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, September 1, 2005: US20050192610-A1

An ultrasonic-surgical-shears tissue pad has a tissue-pad body including a base material and at least one filler material. An alternate ultrasonic-surgical-shears tissue pad has a tissue-pad body having adjoining first and second regions, wherein the first region includes a first material and wherei ...


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Remedios Dato, Koon wah Leong, Steven Neuenfeldt: Syringe Adapter. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, April 23, 2009: US20090105664-A1

The present invention includes syringes for dispensing liquids. The devices of the invention increase ease of volume control and hence application thereof while minimizing any spillage or fluid migration up the side of the syringe tip.