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Mark A Reiley, Arie Scholten, Karen Talmadge: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, May 23, 2000: US06066154 (414 worldwide citation)

A balloon for use in compressing cancellous bone and marrow (also known as medullary bone or trabecular bone) against the inner cortex of bones whether the bones are fractured or not. The balloon comprises an inflatable, non-expandable balloon body for insertion into said bone. The body has a shape ...


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Mark A Reiley, Arie Scholten, Karen Talmadge: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, Ryan Kromholz & Manion, May 22, 2001: US06235043 (397 worldwide citation)

A balloon for use in compressing cancellous bone and marrow (also known as medullary bone or trabecular bone) against the inner cortex of bones whether the bones are fractured or not. The balloon comprises an inflatable, non-expandable balloon body for insertion into said bone. The body has a shape ...


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Mark A Reiley, Arie Scholten, Karen Talmadge: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, July 23, 2002: US06423083 (229 worldwide citation)

A balloon for use in compressing cancellous bone and marrow (also known as medullary bone or trabecular bone) against the inner cortex of bones whether the bones are fractured or not. The balloon comprises an inflatable, non-expandable balloon body for insertion into said bone. The body has a shape ...


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Sheila S Stevens, Ryan P Boucher, Lulu Follmer, Nenita Salom, Paul Reiss, Cesar Ico, Karen D Talmadge, Mark A Reiley, Arie Scholten: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, August 28, 2007: US07261720 (190 worldwide citation)

A balloon for use in compressing cancellous bone and marrow (also known as medullary bone or trabecular bone). The balloon comprises an inflatable balloon body for insertion into said bone. The body has a shape and size to compress at least a portion of the cancellous bone to form a cavity in the ca ...


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Mark A Reiley, Arie Scholten, Karen Talmadge: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, January 3, 2006: US06981981 (187 worldwide citation)

Systems for treating a bone, e.g. a vertebral body, having an interior volume occupied, at least in part, by cancellous bone provide a first tool, a second tool, and a third tool. The first tool establishes a percutaneous access path to bone. The second tool is sized and configured to be introduced ...


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Mark A Reiley, Arie Scholten, Karen Talmadge: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, December 16, 2003: US06663647 (161 worldwide citation)

A balloon for use in compressing cancellous bone and marrow (also known as medullary bone or trabecular bone) against the inner cortex of bones whether the bones are fractured or not. The balloon comprises an inflatable, non-expandable balloon body for insertion into said bone. The body has a shape ...


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Stevens Sheila S, Boucher Ryan P, Follmer Lulu, Reiss Paul, Ico Cesar, Talmadge Karen D, Reiley Mark A, Scholten Arie: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, April 23, 2008: EP1913903-A2 (16 worldwide citation)

A system for compressing cancellous bone is described. The system comprises a cannula (26) for establishing a percutaneous path into a bone having a cortical wall which encloses the cancellous bone and a cavity forming structure (10) that is capable of being inserted through the cannula into the bon ...


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Stevens Sheila S, Boucher Ryan P, Follmer Lulu, Reiss Paul, Ico Cesar, Talmadge Karen D, Reiley Mark A, Scholten Arie: Inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Kyphon, October 6, 2004: EP1463463-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

A balloon for use in compressing cancellous bone and marrow (also known as medullary bone or trabecular bone). The balloon comprises an inflatable balloon body for insertion into said bone. The body has a shape and size to compress at least a portion of the cancellous bone to form a cavity in the ca ...


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Mark A Saab, Michael D Barbere: Apparatus and methods for treating bone structures, tissues and ducts using a narrow gauge cannula system. Nordson Corporation, Baker & Hostetler, October 10, 2017: US09782572

Systems, apparatus and methods are disclosed for medical treatment comprising bone access and dilatation and/or cavity creation or enlargement using a narrow gauge, preferably 11-gauge or smaller, cannula wherein a catheter/expandable element assembly meeting medical protocols for such procedures is ...


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Reiley Mark A, Scholten Arie, Talmadge Karen: Improved inflatable device for use in surgical protocol relating to fixation of bone. Reiley Mark A, Scholten Arie, Talmadge Karen, November 13, 1996: EP0741547-A1

A system for supporting and strengthening a damaged bone that includes inner cancellous bone and outer cortical bone is described. The system comprises a cannula that is adapted to establish an access path to inside bone,a hollow balloon body comprising a flexible, non-elastic material that is capab ...