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Samuel M Shaolian, George P Teitelbaum, To V Pham, Thanh Van Nguyen, Hunt Dabney: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. SDGI Holdings, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 15, 2005: US06964667 (190 worldwide citation)

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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Samuel M Shaolian, George P Teitelbaum, To V Pham, Thanh Van Nguyen, James Huntington Dabney: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Warsaw Orthopedic, August 24, 2010: US07780705 (7 worldwide citation)

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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Robert A Rabiner: Apparatus for delivery of reinforcing materials to bone. IlluminOss Medical, Greenberg Traurig, David J Dykeman, Roman Fayerberg, August 8, 2017: US09724147 (2 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and methods for delivery of reinforcing materials to a weakened or fractured bone is disclosed. An apparatus for delivering a reinforcing mixture to a bone including a tube having a proximal end, a distal end, and a longitudinal axis therebetween, wherein the tube has at least one inner ...


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Samuel M Shaolian, George P Teitelbaum, To V Pham, Thanh Van Nguyen, Hunt Dabney: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Warsaw Orthopedic, June 1, 2010: US07727262 (2 worldwide citation)

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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David Greg Anderson, Christopher W Sicvol, George Joseph Ross, Sean P Selover, Ramon Alberto Ruberte: Methods and devices for minimally invasive spinal fixation element placement. DePuy Synthes Products, Nutter McClennen & Fish, September 5, 2017: US09750547 (1 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive methods and devices for introducing a spinal fixation element into a surgical site in a patient's spinal column are provided. In general, the method involves advancing a spinal fixation element in a first, lengthwise orientation along a pathway extending from a minimally invasive ...


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Shaolian Samuel M, Teitelbaum George P, Pham To V, Nguyen Thanh Van, Dabney James H: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Vertelink, July 21, 2004: EP1437974-A2

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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Samuel M Shaolian, George P Teitelbaum, To V Pham, Thanh Van Nguyen, James Huntington Dabney: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, December 26, 2002: US20020198526-A1

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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Samuel M Shaolian, George P Teitelbaum, To V Pham, Thanh Van Nguyen, James Huntington Dabney: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 10, 2005: US20050251140-A1

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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Samuel M Shaolian, George P Teitelbaum, To V Pham, Thanh Van Nguyen, James Huntington Dabney: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 20, 2005: US20050234453-A1

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member, such as a tubular balloon. A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon. The balloon is ...


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Shaolian Samuel M, Teitelbaum George P, Pham To V, Nguyen Thanh Van, Dabney James H: Formed in place fixation system with thermal acceleration. Vertelink Corporation, ALTMAN Daniel E, March 13, 2003: WO/2003/020110

A subcutaneously formed in place orthopedic fixation device is provided, such as for fixation of the spine or other bone or bones. The device comprises an inflatable member (102), such as a tubular balloon (114). A heat source is provided in thermal communication with the interior of the balloon (11 ...