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Greg Lambrecht, Brett Jason Stern, Jacob Einhorn, Kathleen Nydzik Robbins: Guide-pin placement device and method of use. Stryker Technologies Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, March 14, 2000: US06036696 (138 worldwide citation)

A hand instrument and method for use by a surgeon to target the appropriate entry point and trajectory on bony tissue through which an instrument, such as a nail, pin, screw, rod, wire, drill bit, or other implant is passed. Imbedded within the instrument is at least one relatively radio-opaque targ ...


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Greg Lambrecht, Brett Jason Stern, Jacob Einhorn, Kathleen Hydzik Robbins: Guide-pin placement device. Stryker Technologies Corporation, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, February 18, 2003: US06520969 (63 worldwide citation)

A hand instrument and method for use by a surgeon to target the appropriate entry point and trajectory on bony tissue through which an instrument, such as a nail, pin, screw, rod, wire, drill bit, or other implant is passed. Imbedded within the instrument is at least one relatively radio-opaque targ ...


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Greg Lambrecht, Brett Jason Stern, Jacob Einhorn, Kathleen Hydzik Robbins: Method of using a guide-pin placement device. Stryker Technologies Corporation, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, April 10, 2001: US06214013 (52 worldwide citation)

A hand instrument and method for use by a surgeon to target the appropriate entry point and trajectory on bony tissue through which an instrument, such as a nail, pin, screw, rod, wire, drill bit, or other implant is passed. Imbedded within the instrument is at least one relatively radio-opaque targ ...


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Greg Lambrecht, Brett Jason Stern, Jacob Einhorn, Kathleen Hydzik Robbins: Guide-pin placement device and method of use. Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, September 19, 2002: US20020133172-A1

A hand instrument and method for use by a surgeon to target the appropriate entry point and trajectory on bony tissue through which an instrument, such as a nail, pin, screw, rod, wire, drill bit, or other implant is passed. Imbedded within the instrument is at least one relatively radio-opaque targ ...