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Patent
ISTO Technologies Inc. | Date: 2013-09-24

The present disclosure provides a delivery device for delivering a tissue repair composition in paste form, such as a bone graft extender and substitute in paste form, for use in surgical procedures including minimally invasive spine (fusion) surgery, open spine surgery and other orthopedic procedures.


Patent
ISTO Technologies Inc. | Date: 2014-10-09

Compositions and methods for repair of tissue defects are disclosed. The compositions are prepared by entangling high molecular weight polycaprolactone polymer molecules with a polysaccharide such as hyaluronic acid by a dual solvent emulsion process to produce a porous flexible matrix which supports cell and tissue growth in vivo and ex vivo.


Patent
ISTO Technologies Inc. | Date: 2012-05-11

The present disclosure describes an injection pressure monitoring device including a pressure sensor, an injection pressure monitoring system and kits for monitoring injection pressure generated at a needle tip when injecting a therapeutic fluid composition into tissue, to avoid generating potentially damaging pressure in the tissue being treated.


Patent
ISTO Technologies Inc. | Date: 2014-03-18

The present application discloses compositions, methods and devices for treatment of a degenerative intervertebral disc. A composition can comprise chondrocytes expressing type II collagen. These chondrocytes can be obtained from human cadavers up to about two weeks following death, and can be grown in vitro. The compositions can further comprise one or more biocompatible molecules. Treatment of a degenerative disc can comprise injecting or implanting a composition comprising the chondrocytes into a degenerative disc through an aperture or incision. If the aperture or incision is closed with a suture or a glue after introduction of the chondrocytes, the closure can withstand over 400 N of compression force.


Patent
Zimmer Inc. and ISTO Technologies Inc. | Date: 2011-12-15

The present invention is directed to compositions having at least one neocartilage particle, juvenile cartilage particle or a combination thereof and a matrix, and methods and devices that include the compositions.

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