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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating sim alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Ira D Blecker, May 19, 1987: US04665906 (1461 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elments instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install a ...


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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Jeffrey G Sheldon, March 2, 1993: US05190546 (569 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...


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James E Jervis: Method of inserting medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Jeffrey G Sheldon, November 26, 1991: US05067957 (548 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...


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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Raychem Corporation, Jeffrey G Sheldon & Mak Sheldon, January 28, 1997: US05597378 (498 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made form shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...


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James E Jervis: Medical devices incorporating SIM alloy elements. Medtronic, Sheldon & Mak, October 23, 2001: US06306141 (389 worldwide citation)

Medical devices which are currently proposed to use elements made from shape memory alloys may be improved by the use of stress-induced martensite alloy elements instead. The use of stress-induced martensite decreases the temperature sensitivity of the devices, thereby making them easier to install ...



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