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Timothy A Ringeisen: Compliant osteosynthesis fixation plate. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, April 26, 2011: US07931695 (181 worldwide citation)

A bendable polymer tissue fixation device suitable to be implanted into a living body, comprising a highly porous body, the porous body comprising a polymer, the porous body comprising a plurality of pores, the porous body being capable of being smoothly bent, wherein the bending collapses a portion ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, Amanda Turner, Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Compressed porous materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 25, 2010: US07723395 (107 worldwide citation)

A high strength porous polymeric material manufactured by a compression process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable access for fluid migration throughout the ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, William Christian Wattengel: High density fibrous polymers suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Law Office of Jeffrey Ramberg, May 8, 2007: US07214765 (73 worldwide citation)

This invention includes malleable, biodegradable, fibrous compositions for application to a tissue site in order to promote or facilitate new tissue growth. One aspect of this invention is a fibrous component that provides unique mechanical and physical properties. The invention may be created by pr ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, W Christian Wattengel: High density fibrous polymers suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, December 13, 2005: US06974862 (64 worldwide citation)

This invention includes malleable, biodegradable, fibrous compositions for application to a tissue site in order to promote or facilitate new tissue growth. One aspect of this invention is a fibrous component (e.g., collagen, chitosan, alginate, hyaluronic acid, poly-lactic acid, poly-capralactone, ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, Robert L McDade: Bi-phasic compressed porous reinforcement materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, March 5, 2013: US08389588 (23 worldwide citation)

A high strength porous biphasic polymeric reinforcement material manufactured by a compression and/or sintering process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable ac ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, William Christian Wattengel: High density fibrous polymers suitable for implant. Kensey Nash BVF Technology, Jeffrey R Ramberg, March 22, 2011: US07910690 (18 worldwide citation)

This invention includes malleable, biodegradable, fibrous compositions for application to a tissue site in order to promote or facilitate new tissue growth. One aspect of this invention is a fibrous component that provides unique mechanical and physical properties. The invention may be created by pr ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, William Christian Wattengel: High density fibrous polymers suitable for implant. Kensey Nash BVF Technology, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 29, 2012: US08188229 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention includes malleable, biodegradable, fibrous compositions for application to a tissue site in order to promote or facilitate new tissue growth. One aspect of this invention is a fibrous component that provides unique mechanical and physical properties. The invention may be created by pr ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, W Christian Wattengel: Compressed high density fibrous polymers suitable for implant. Kensey Nash BVF Technology, Jeffrey R Ramberg, March 13, 2012: US08133500 (1 worldwide citation)

An embodiment of the present invention may be made by the following steps: providing a mixture comprising a plurality of fibers, a lubricant, and a suspension fluid, with the suspension fluid filling a void space between said fibers and subjecting said mixture to at least one compressive force. The ...


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Timothy A Ringeisen, Amanda Turner, Joseph DeMeo, Patrick E Hearn, Robert L McDade: Compressed porous materials suitable for implant. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 21, 2013: US08445554 (1 worldwide citation)

A high strength porous polymeric material manufactured by a compression process is disclosed. The material results in a network of interconnected collapsed pores, which forces thin overlapping walls and passages to be created. The network provides permeable access for fluid migration throughout the ...


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Gino Bradica, William Christian Wattengel, Timothy A Ringeisen: Biphasic implant device providing joint fluid therapy. DSM IP ASSETS, Kevin Bull, July 10, 2018: US10016278

Tissue implants prepared for the repair of tissues, especially avascular tissues such as cartilage. One embodiment presents an electric potential capable of receiving and accumulating desirable factors or molecules from surrounding fluid when exposed to dynamic loading. In another embodiment the imp ...