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  • Application
    US 10/437767 2003-05-14
  • Publication
    US 20030216739 2003-11-20
  • Granted
    US 6908467 2005-06-21
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granted patent: Supreme Distracter

TitleSupreme Distracter
Granted PatentUS 6908467
Granted Date2005-06-21
Priority Date2003-05-14 US 10/437767
2002-05-14 US 10/380383P
Inventors
Issue Date2005
Citation
US Patent 6908467. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2005 How to Cite?
AbstractA Fixation Device For Internally Or Externally Fixing Fractures Comprising At Least One Nitinol Wire Having An S-Shaped Section And Two Ends Wherein Each Of Said Two Ends Forms A Hook For Hooking Into A Bone Section Of A Fractured Bone. This Device Can Be Made From Nitinol Which Has A Transformation Temperature Between 25 Deg C. And 35 Deg C. In Addition, This Device Can Have A Diameter Between 0.6 Mm And 5 Mm. The Device Can Be Inserted Using The Following Process Which Starts By Cooling The Wire Below A Transfer Temperature Such That The Nitinol Wire Forms In A Martensite State. Next, The Nitinol Wire Is Inserted Into A Interphalangeal Bone Underneath A Patients Skin. Next, The Nitinol Wire To Heats Up Inside A Patients Body Above The Transfer Temperature.; Finally, The Wire Transforms Wire From A Martensite State To An Austenite State Wherein When The Nitinol Wire Elongates In A Longitudinal Direction To Generate A Distraction Force.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/46943
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dc.description.abstractA Fixation Device For Internally Or Externally Fixing Fractures Comprising At Least One Nitinol Wire Having An S-Shaped Section And Two Ends Wherein Each Of Said Two Ends Forms A Hook For Hooking Into A Bone Section Of A Fractured Bone. This Device Can Be Made From Nitinol Which Has A Transformation Temperature Between 25 Deg C. And 35 Deg C. In Addition, This Device Can Have A Diameter Between 0.6 Mm And 5 Mm. The Device Can Be Inserted Using The Following Process Which Starts By Cooling The Wire Below A Transfer Temperature Such That The Nitinol Wire Forms In A Martensite State. Next, The Nitinol Wire Is Inserted Into A Interphalangeal Bone Underneath A Patients Skin. Next, The Nitinol Wire To Heats Up Inside A Patients Body Above The Transfer Temperature.; Finally, The Wire Transforms Wire From A Martensite State To An Austenite State Wherein When The Nitinol Wire Elongates In A Longitudinal Direction To Generate A Distraction Force.en_HK
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