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Craig E Mar: Implantable conductor coil formed from cabled composite wire. Ventritex, Steven M Mitchell, M Elizabeth Bush, Mark J Meltzer, January 9, 1996: US05483022 (121 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead conductor comprises at least one helical coil formed from at least one electrical cable. Each cable is formed from several wires twisted in a ropelike configuration with at least some of the wires being helically wound around a central axis of the cable. Each wire is a composite ...


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Pierre Andre Comte: Conductor device, particularly for at least partial insertion in a human or animal body, comprising a spiral formed from at least one conductor. Institut Straumann, Toren McGeady and Goldberg, February 3, 1987: US04640983 (74 worldwide citation)

A conductor device having at least one spiral which is formed from at least one conductor, each conductor consisting of wires which are stranded together to form a bundle. In addition, the wires belonging to a conductor can all consist of the same material or of different materials, one of which has ...


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Francisco J Avellanet: Medical devices incorporating at least one element made from a plurality of twisted and drawn wires. General Science and Technology, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, February 20, 2001: US06191365 (46 worldwide citation)

Medical devices are provided which utilize a highly flexible cable of two and preferably three or more strands of wire. The strands are twined to form a wire rope which is drawn through successive dies to reduce its diameter until the outer surface of the cable is substantially smooth. A cable so-fo ...


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Francisco J Avellanet: Multifilament drawn radiopaque highly elastic cables and methods of making the same. General Science and Technology, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, October 24, 2000: US06137060 (30 worldwide citation)

A highly flexible radiopaque cable includes two, and preferably three or more strands of nickel-titanium (NiTi) alloy wire which are twined about a higher density core wire preferably made of at least one of silver, gold or platinum-iridium to form a wire rope. The wire rope is drawn through success ...


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Francisco J Avellanet: Multifilament drawn radiopaque high elastic cables and methods of making the same. General Science & Technology, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, June 4, 2002: US06399886 (29 worldwide citation)

A highly flexible radiopaque cable includes two, and preferably three or more strands of nickel-titanium (NiTi) alloy wire which are twined about a higher density core wire preferably made of at least one of silver, gold, tungsten, or platinum-iridium to form a wire rope. Other high density core wir ...


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Jurgen Gladenbeck, Gerald Muller, Karl Schorken, Hans Peter Schwindenhammer: Open-air or overhead transmission cable of high tensile strength. Felten & Guilleaume Carlswerk Aktiengesellschaft, Michael J Striker, June 27, 1978: US04097686 (26 worldwide citation)

The cable comprises a plurality of electrical conductor elements and a plurality of tensile load-bearing elements combined with the conductor elements to form the cable. The tensile-load-bearing elements are made of high-tensile strength synthetic plastic material.


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Thomas M Ellison, Arthur K Delusky, Robert Lucke, Stephen P McCarthy: Molded article. The University of Massachusetts, Bachman & LaPointe P C, August 27, 2002: US06440593 (16 worldwide citation)

A molded plastic article having improved electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding properties. The article includes a plastic layer and an outer film layer over the plastic layer. The outer film layer has an inner surface adjacent to and bonded to the plastic layer and an outer surface opposed to ...


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Toru Kojima: Twisted cable. The Furukawa Electric, Pearne Gordon McCoy & Granger, March 30, 1993: US05198621 (15 worldwide citation)

A twisted cable comprising a core including at least one hard steel wire, carbon fibers and resin and conducting metal wires twisted around the core, the hard steel wire having a ratio of cross section of 10 through 40% based on a total of cross sections of the hard steel wire and the carbon fibers.


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George F Cardas: Multi-strand electrical cable. TP Orthodontics, Lloyd L Zickert, December 25, 1990: US04980517 (15 worldwide citation)

A multi-strand electrical cable having electrically conductive strands of different cross-sections, i.e. cross-sectional areas, arranged in ascending order of strand cross-section from the center toward the outer circumference of the cable and sized in accordance with an irrational and preferably go ...