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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond Andrew McCusker, Dusan Milojevic, John Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, July 8, 2008: US07396265 (95 worldwide citation)

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond A McCusker, Dusan Milojevicrg, John L Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, August 2, 2011: US07988507 (46 worldwide citation)

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Darley Derek Ian, Mccusker Desmond Andrew, Milojevic Dusan, Parker John L: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Darley Derek Ian, Mccusker Desmond Andrew, Milojevic Dusan, Parker John L, F B RICE 605 Darling Street Balmain NSW 2041, April 8, 2004: WO/2004/030159 (4 worldwide citation)

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Darley Derek Ian, Mccusker Desmond Andrew, Milojevic Dusan, Parker John L: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, June 29, 2005: EP1547207-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond A Mccusker, Dusan Milojevic, John L Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, October 2, 2012: US08277227 (3 worldwide citation)

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond A Mccusker, Dusan Milojevic, John Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, August 28, 2008: US20080208289-A1

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond McCusker, Dusan Milojevic, John L Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, September 4, 2008: US20080209723-A1

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond Andrew McCusker, Dusan Milojevic, John Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. Cochlear, Jagtiani Guttag, June 29, 2006: US20060141861-A1

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...


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Derek Ian Darley, Desmond McCusker, Dusan Milojevic, John L Parker: Feedthrough for electrical connectors. December 8, 2011: US20110300764-A1

A method (10) of forming an electrically conducting feedthrough. The method (10) comprises a first step (11) of forming an electrically conductive structure (21) comprising a sacrificial component and a non-sacrificial component. At least a portion of the non-sacrificial component can then be coated ...



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