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James C Wang, Albert Chin, James B Daigle, Douglas J Daniels, Richard M Demello, John F Hartnett, Robert E Reid, Christopher A Rowland, Charles Warich, Thomas A Svatek: Polymeric implements for torque transmission. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 14, 1999: US05951494 (211 worldwide citation)

Implements, particularly medical instruments, formed at least in part of elongated polymer members, exhibit high torque fidelity after processing with tension, heat, and twisting. The processing orients the polymer in generally helical paths so that torque imposed at the proximal end can be transmit ...


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James C Wang, Albert Chin, James B Daigle, Douglas J Daniels, Richard M Demello, John F Hartnett, Robert E Reid, Christopher A Rowland, Charles Warich, Thomas A Svatek: Polymeric implements for torque transmission. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, August 20, 2002: US06436056 (117 worldwide citation)

Implements, particularly medical instruments, formed at least in part of elongated polymer members, exhibit high torque fidelity after processing with tension, heat, and twisting. The processing orients the polymer in generally helical paths so that torque imposed at the proximal end can be transmit ...


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Daigle James B, Chin Albert, Svatek Thomas A, Demello Richard M, Wang James C, Daniels Douglas J, Rowland Christopher A, Reid Robert B, Hartnett John F, Warich Charles: Instruments en polymere permettant de transmettre un couple, Polymeric implements for torque transmission. Boston Scientific Corporation, Boston Scientific Corporation, SMART & BIGGAR, September 6, 1996: CA2212808

Implements, particularly medical instruments, formed at least in part of elongated polymer members, exhibit high torque fidelity after processing with tension, heat, and twisting. The processing orients the polymer in generally helical paths so that torque imposed at the proximal end can be transmit ...


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Wang James C, Chin Albert, Daigle James B, Daniels Douglas J, Demello Richard M, Hartnett John F, Reid Robert B, Rowland Christopher A, Warich Charles, Svatek Thomas A: Polymeric implements for torque transmission. Boston Scientific Corporation, Wang James C, Chin Albert, Daigle James B, Daniels Douglas J, Demello Richard M, Hartnett John F, Reid Robert B, Rowland Christopher A, Warich Charles, Svatek Thomas A, GAGEL John J, September 6, 1996: WO/1996/026671

Implements, particularly medical instruments, formed at least in part of elongated polymer members, exhibit high torque fidelity after processing with tension, heat, and twisting. The processing orients the polymer in generally helical paths so that torque imposed at the proximal end can be transmit ...