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Vishvaroop Agarwal, Robert Dougherty: Knitted surgical mesh. Ethicon, September 11, 2001: US06287316 (597 worldwide citation)

A knitted surgical mesh formed from a yarn. The knitted mesh has from 18 to 24 courses per inch and from 5 12 to 16 wales per inch, a flexibility of from 400-950 mg-cm/cm, a burst strength greater than 175 pounds per square inch, and a pore size percentage greater than 37%.


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Vishvaroop Agarwal, Carlos Bustamante, Gene W Kammerer, Donald G Hill: Prosthetic device for the repair of a hernia. Ethicon, June 5, 2001: US06241768 (182 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis device for repairing a hernia having an insertion canal made of sheet material for extending through the hernia. The insertion canal is attached at one end to a collar and at the other end to a base that is to be on the inside of the abdominal cavity. The base may be a sheet or a pouch ...


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Vishvaroop Agarwal, Dougherty Robert: Knitted surgical mesh. Ethicon, January 2, 2002: EP1164967-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

A knitted surgical mesh formed from a yarn. The knitted mesh has from 18 to 24 courses per inch and from 12 to 16 wales per inch, a flexibility of from 400-950 mg-cm/cm, a burst strength greater than 175 pounds per square inch, and a pore size percentage greater than 37 %.


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Vishvaroop Agarwal, Alastair W Hunter: Coating mixture for surgical articles. Ethicon, Hal Brent Woodrow, July 28, 1998: US05786022 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a coating mixture composed of a solvent selected from the group consisting of ethyl acetate, ethyl acetate/ethanol, n-propyl acetate/acetone, isopropyl acetate/ethanol, ethyl acetate/acetone and blends thereof; a biocompatable polymer and optionally a fatty acid salt. ...


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Vishvaroop Agarwal, Dougherty Robert: Knitted surgical mesh. Ethicon, CIAMPORCERO Audley A Jr, October 5, 2000: WO/2000/057812

A knitted surgical mesh formed from a yarn. The knitted mesh has from 18 to 24 courses per inch and from 12 to 16 wales per inch, a flexibility of from 400-950 mg-cm/cm, a burst strength greater than 175 pounds per square inch, and a pore size percentage greater than 37 %.