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Kevin T Stone, Gregory J Denham: Method for tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, March 15, 2011: US07905903 (123 worldwide citation)

A method for securing a strand to a fixation member for arthroscopic fixation, wherein the fixation member includes an aperture therethrough. The method includes passing a strand having first and second ends through a flexible sleeve, passing the sleeve through the aperture of the fixation member in ...


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Kevin T Stone, Gregory J Denham, Ryan Harper: Method for tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, October 30, 2012: US08298262 (80 worldwide citation)

A method for securing a strand to a fixation member for arthroscopic fixation, wherein the fixation member includes a channel on an exterior surface and an aperture therethrough. The method includes passing a strand having first and second ends through a flexible sleeve, passing the sleeve through t ...


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Jun Yang: Method for tissue fixation. AV Healing, Raymond Sun, August 22, 2000: US06106555 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an epoxy compound that has a hydrocarbon backbone, that is water-soluble, and which does not contain an ether or ester linkage in its backbone. Examples of suitable epoxide agents include mono- or diepoxides that have the following basic formulas: ##STR1## where n=1 to ...


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Jun Yang: Method for tissue fixation. AV Healing, Raymond Sun, May 15, 2001: US06231614 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an epoxy compound that has a hydrocarbon backbone, that is water-soluble, and which does not contain an ether or ester linkage in its backbone. Examples of suitable epoxide agents include mono- or diepoxides that have the following basic formulas:


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Kevin T Stone, Gregory J Denham, Ryan Harper: Method for tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 2, 2016: US09402621 (14 worldwide citation)

A method for securing a strand to a fixation member for arthroscopic fixation, wherein the fixation member includes a channel on an exterior surface and an aperture therethrough. The method includes passing a strand having first and second ends through a flexible sleeve, passing the sleeve through t ...


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W J Terry Steele, Vladislav Papper, Robert S Marks: Photoactive bioadhesive compositions. NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Riverside Law, June 26, 2018: US10005936

A novel diazirine-based biocompatible polymer that can be used as on-demand or tunable bioadhesive and applied across various clinically important surfaces. The biocompatible polymer comprises a single strand of repeating units and up to 5,000 photoreactive diazirine groups covalently attached to it ...


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Yang Jun: Method for tissue fixation using epoxides. Av Healing, October 10, 2001: EP1139911-A1

The present invention provides an epoxy compound that has a hydrocarbon backbone, that is water-soluble, and which does not contain an ether or ester linkage in its backbone. Examples of suitable epoxide agents include mono- or diepoxides that have basic formulas: Monoepoxide: (a); Diepoxide: (b) wh ...


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Yang Jun: Method for tissue fixation. Av Healing, ding yebeng, January 9, 2002: CN99814433

The present invention provides an epoxy compound that has a hydrocarbon backbone, that is water-soluble, and which does not contain an ether or ester linkage in its backbone. Examples of suitable epoxide agents include mono- or diepoxides that have the following basic formulas: where n=1 to 10.


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Yang Jun: Methode permettant la fixation de tissus au moyen depoxydes, Method for tissue fixation using epoxides. A V Healing, Grandhope Biotech, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, October 26, 2010: CA2351216

The present invention provides an epoxy compound that has a hydrocarbon backbone, that is water-soluble, and which does not contain an ether orester linkage in its backbone for use in cross-linking bioprosthetic tissue. Examples of suitable epoxide agents include mono- or diepoxides that have the fo ...


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Kevin T Stone, Gregory J Denham: Method for Tissue Fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 13, 2008: US20080065114-A1

A method for securing a strand to a fixation member for arthroscopic fixation, wherein the fixation member includes an aperture therethrough. The method includes passing a strand having first and second ends through a flexible sleeve, passing the sleeve through the aperture of the fixation member in ...