US Patent Application No: 2011/0245,912

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Radiopaque iodinated and iodide-containing crystalline absorbable aliphatic polymeric materials and applications thereof

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Radiopaque, iodinated, absorbable polyesters, polyester urethanes, and polyether-ester-urethanes with and without inorganic iodide micro-/nanoparticles dispersed or solubilized therein, and composite inorganic iodide micro-/nanoparticles in an absorbable polyester, polyester-urethane, polyester-ester, or polyether-ester urethane matrix are employed in medical devices and therapeutic compositions.

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Patent OwnerAddressTotal Patents
POLY-MED, INC.ANDERSON, SC90

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Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Gray, Kenneth David Clemson, SC 10 13
Shalaby, Shalaby W Anderson, SC 277 3699

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POLY-MED, INC. (1)
* 8,808,357 Radiopaque iodinated and iodide-containing crystalline absorbable aliphatic polymeric materials and applications thereof 0 2010
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