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N C Joseph Lai, Wilfred Lynch: Apparatus for stomach cavity reduction. Criticare Systems, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, April 26, 1988: US04739758 (157 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for reducing the size of the stomach cavity in humans. A collapsed balloon is packaged in water soluble material and releasably attached to a filler tube. The balloon is inserted into the cavity through the mouth and esophagus and pumped up to a desired volume through the tube ...


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H Wilfred Lynch: Multi-electrode neurological stimulation apparatus. MYO Kinetics Systems, Quarles & Brady, June 19, 1990: US04934368 (85 worldwide citation)

An implantable system for Functional Electro-Stimulation (FES) is disclosed which includes an environmentally sealed implant case and a nerve cuff for attaching to the nerve. A plurality of leads connect the nerve cuffs to the case. The implant case provides redundant seals for entrance of the leads ...


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Henry Wilfred Lynch: Gel filled medical devices. Medical Engineering Corporation, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, October 19, 1976: US03986213 (59 worldwide citation)

A mammary prosthesis or orthopedic pad includes a flexible shell formed of silicone rubber. The shell is filled with a silicone gel, the specific gravity of which is reduced by a dispersion of glass or epoxy microspheres.


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H Wilfred Lynch: Multi-electrode neurological stimulation apparatus. Hassan Hamedi, Quarles & Brady, August 13, 1991: US05038781 (51 worldwide citation)

An implantable system for Functional Electro-Stimulation (FES) is disclosed which includes an environmentally sealed implant case and a nerve cuff for attaching to the nerve. A plurality of leads connect the nerve cuffs to the case. The implant case provides redundant seals for entrance of the leads ...


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Roy P Finney, Henry Wilfred Lynch: Medical Engineering Corporation, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, January 3, 1978: US04066073 (41 worldwide citation)

A penile implant provides a desirable erectness to the penis while at the same time permitting the penis to assume a flaccid position. The implant comprises an elongated rod formed of silicone rubber or other suitable material positionable within the corpus cavernosum of the penis. The rod has axial ...


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Hassan Hamedi, H Wilfred Lynch, Vaughan B Weeks: Method and apparatus for stimulating or monitoring the exercise of muscles adjacent a body cavity. Myo Kinetic Systems, Miller Simon McGinn & Clark S C, September 2, 1997: US05662699 (37 worldwide citation)

Methods, and apparatus used in the methods, for stimulating, and monitoring the exercise of, muscles near a body cavity by transmitting electrical energy between an electrical source or processor and the wall of the body cavity. A flexible airtight sheath with a resilient skeleton and outer conducti ...


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Haitham Matloub, Wilfred Lynch: Method of treating scar tissue. New Medical Technology, W Dennis Drehkoff, Kelly & Krause, November 26, 2013: US08591940 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of treating scar tissue by applying a composite sheet for delivering therapeutic agents to the skin is disclosed. The composite sheet comprises a flexible porous polymer for holding and releasing the therapeutic agent in a polymer enrobing material. Microchannels pass through the polymer en ...


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Haitham Matloub, Wilfred Lynch: Method and device for topical delivery of therapeutic agents to the skin. New Medical Technologies, Vedder Price Kaufman & Kamholz, W Dennis Drehkoff, January 8, 2008: US07316817 (3 worldwide citation)

A composite sheet for delivering therapeutic agents to the skin and method of use is disclosed. The composite sheet comprises a flexible porous polymer for holding and releasing the therapeutic agent in a polymer enrobing material. Micro-channels pass through the polymer enrobing material and flexib ...


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Haitham Matloub, Wilfred Lynch: Method of Treating Scar Tissue. Vedder Price PC, October 2, 2008: US20080241230-A1

A method of treating scar tissue by applying a composite sheet for delivering therapeutic agents to the skin is disclosed. The composite sheet comprises a flexible porous polymer for holding and releasing the therapeutic agent in a polymer enrobing material. Microchannels pass through the polymer en ...


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Haitham Matloub, Wilfred Lynch: Method and device for topical delivery of therapeutic agents to the skin. Ladas & Parry, July 7, 2005: US20050147654-A1

A composite sheet for delivering therapeutic agents to the skin and method of use is disclosed. The composite sheet comprises a flexible porous polymer for holding and releasing the therapeutic agent in a polymer enrobing material. Micro-channels pass through the polymer enrobing material and flexib ...



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