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Kelly R Brown, Iksoo Chun, Joseph J Hammer, Victor F Janas, Jennifer Mandanas, Mora C Melican, Alireza Rezania, Mark C Zimmerman: Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Ethicon, March 20, 2007: US07192604 (49 worldwide citation)

An implantable biodegradable device is disclosed containing a fibrous matrix, the fibrous matrix being constructed from fibers A and fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and fibers B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is pro ...


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Brown Kelly R, Chun Iksoo, Hammer Joseph J, Janas Victor F, Mandanas Jennifer, Melican Mora C, Rezania Alireza, Zimmerman Mark C: Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Ethicon, May 28, 2008: EP1925325-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

An implantable biodegradable device is disclosed containing a fibrous matrix, the fibrous matrix being constructed from fibers A and fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and fibers B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is pro ...


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Brown Kelly R, Chun Iksoo, Hammer Joseph J, Janas Victor F, Mandanas Jennifer, Melican Mora C, Rezania Alireza, Zimmerman Mark C: Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Ethicon, March 10, 2004: EP1395303-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

An implantable biodegradable device is disclosed containing a fibrous matrix, the fibrous matrix being constructed from fibers A and fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and fibers B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is pro ...


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Brown Kelly R, Chun Iksoo, Hammer Joseph J, Janas Victor F, Mandanas Jennifer, Melican Mora C, Rezania Alireza, Zimmerman Mark C: Dispositifs implantables biodegradables pour la reparation ou la regeneration musculosquelettique, Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Ethicon, Ethicon, Ogilvy Renault Sencrl, October 19, 2010: CA2435235

There is provided an implantable, biodegradable device, comprising a fibrous matrix, said fibrous matrix comprising first fibers A and second fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is p ...


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Kelly R Brown, Iksoo Chun, Joseph J Hammer, Victor F Janas, Jennifer Mandanas, Mora C Melican, Alireza Rezania, Mark C Zimmerman: Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Audley A Ciamporcero Jr, Johnson & Johnson, September 19, 2002: US20020131989-A1

An implantable biodegradable device is disclosed containing a fibrous matrix, the fibrous matrix being constructed from fibers A and fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and fibers B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is pro ...


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Alireza Rezania, Joseph John Hammer, Iksoo Chun, Mark Charles Zimmerman, Mora Carolynne Melican: Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Philip S Johnson Esq, Johnson & Johnson, August 29, 2002: US20020119179-A1

An implantable biodegradable device is disclosed containing a fibrous matrix, the fibrous matrix being constructed from fibers A and fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and fibers B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is pro ...


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Brown Kelly R, Chun Iksoo, Hammer Joseph J, Janas Victor F, Mandanas Jennifer, Melican Mora C, Rezania Alireza, Zimmerman Mark C: Implantable biodegradable devices for musculoskeletal repair or regeneration. Ethicon, JOHNSON Philip S, July 4, 2002: WO/2002/051463

An implantable biodegradable device is disclosed containing a fibrous matrix, the fibrous matrix being constructed from fibers A and fibers B, wherein fibers A biodegrade faster than fibers B, fibers A and fibers B are present in relative amounts and are organized such that the fibrous matrix is pro ...


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Methods and Devices for Forming Biomedical Coatings Using Variable Mixing Rations of Multi-Part Compositions. Ethicon, December 27, 2018: US20180368824-A1

The present invention relates devices capable of continuous and simultaneous expression of components of a multi-part biomedical composition with variable mixing ratios. The device has at least two syringes that contain the inter-reactive components of the multi-part biomedical composition. At least ...