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Denis P Stednitz: Cannulated fixation screw. Denis P Stednitz, Hubbard & Stetina, August 27, 1985: US04537185 (328 worldwide citation)

A self-tapping, self-drilling orthopedic fixation screw includes a cannula through the shaft of the screw for placement over a guide pin mounted in a guide hole in a bone to drill and tap a hole at predetermined location in the bone.


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Alan R Spievack: Apparatus and method for fastening an intramedullary nail to a bone. General Orthopedics, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, April 25, 2000: US06053918 (24 worldwide citation)

A cannulated screw is employed to fasten an intramedullary nail to a bone of a patient. A guide is disposed within the intramedullary nail and registered with a preformed securing hole in the nail. Preferably, the guide is fabricated from a bio-absorbable material such as polyglycolic acid and fixed ...


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Mark Crawford: Spinal surgery apparatus and method. TannerPatent com, Chris Tanner Esq, April 28, 2015: US09017411

A system for implementing an improved spinal fusion cage having a centrally-located fixation screwhole of diameter minimized to accommodate a variable-angle, intervertebral, cannulated fixation screw is disclosed. The system includes a rigid connection between the spinal fusion cage to the shaft of ...


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W David Hovis: Arthroscopic tenodesis tool. Luedeka Neely Group PC, May 23, 2017: US09655714

An arthroscopic tenodesis kit, includes a guide provided by an elongate member having a length with a distal portion having a plurality of angled slots configured to directly and releasably engage a tendon. The kit also includes an inserter with an elongate cannulated body having an interior bore ha ...


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W David Hovis: Arthroscopic tenodesis tool. Luedeka Neely Group PC, March 8, 2016: US09277951

An arthroscopic tenodesis kit, including a guide with an elongate member having a length with a distal portion having a notch configured to releasably engage a suture; a cannulated fixation screw having a longitudinal cannula configured to receive the guide; and an inserter. The inserter includes an ...


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George J Haidukewych: Bone end (epiphysis) fracture fixation device and method of use. Arthur W Fisher III, April 11, 2017: US09615865

A bone end (epiphysis) fracture device including a rotatable fixation plate having a guide pin aperture and a plurality of fixation screw apertures formed therethrough. The guide pin aperture is used by a surgeon to position the fixation plate so that one or more fixation screw apertures are properl ...


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Mark Crawford: Spinal surgery apparatus and method. Chris Tanner Esq, Tanner Patent com, December 8, 2015: US09204976

An apparatus for implementing an improved spinal fusion cage have a centrally-located fixation screwhole of diameter minimized to accommodate a variable-angle, intervertebral, cannulated fixation screw is disclosed. The system includes a rigid connection between the spinal fusion cage to the shaft o ...


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Spinal Surgery Apparatus and Method. June 11, 2015: US20150157466-A1

An apparatus for implementing an improved spinal fusion cage have a centrally-located fixation screwhole of diameter minimized to accommodate a variable-angle, intervertebral, cannulated fixation screw is disclosed. The system includes a rigid connection between the spinal fusion cage to the shaft o ...


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Bone end (epiphysis) fracture fixation device and method of use. February 23, 2017: US20170049490-A9

A bone end (epiphysis) fracture device including a rotatable fixation plate having a guide pin aperture and a plurality of fixation screw apertures formed therethrough. The guide pin aperture is used by a surgeon to position the fixation plate so that one or more fixation screw apertures are properl ...