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Wilton W Webster Jr: Cardiovascular catheter with laterally stable basket-shaped electrode array with puller wire. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, June 30, 1998: US05772590 (366 worldwide citation)

A catheter for cardiac mapping includes a tubular catheter shaft having a proximal end, a distal end, and a lumen, the lumen being optionally closed at the distal end. The catheter further includes a plurality of flexible arms which can bow outwardly to form a three-dimensional shape, such as a bask ...


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Wilton W Webster Jr: Omni-directional steerable catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, September 26, 2000: US06123699 (354 worldwide citation)

A multi-directional electrode catheter comprising an elongated tubular catheter body, a catheter tip section at the distal end of the catheter body and a control handle at the proximal end of the catheter. The catheter body may have a central lumen, and four off-axis lumens symmetrically positioned ...


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Wilton W Webster Jr: Bi-directional steerable catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, March 6, 2001: US06198974 (349 worldwide citation)

A bi-directional electrode catheter comprising an elongated tubular catheter body, a catheter tip section at the distal end of the catheter body and a control handle at the proximal end of the catheter. The tip section comprises two pair of generally diametrically opposed off-axis lumens. Two pair o ...


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Dean M Ponzi: Bi-directional control handle for steerable catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, January 9, 2001: US06171277 (322 worldwide citation)

A bidirectional steerable catheter comprises a catheter body, a tip section, and a control handle. The catheter body has a tubular wall, proximal and distal ends, and at least one lumen extending therethrough. The tip section comprises flexible tubing having proximal and distal ends and at least one ...


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Wilton W Webster Jr: Multi-electrode ablation catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, April 13, 1999: US05893885 (304 worldwide citation)

A multi-electrode ablation catheter comprises a plurality of thick-walled gold alloy electrodes mounted on the tip section of an elongated electrophysiology catheter. Each electrode is electrically connected to a switching unit by leads comprising paired copper and constantan wires. The switching un ...


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Wilton W Webster Jr: Cardiovascular catheter with laterally stable basket-shaped electrode array. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, May 2, 1995: US05411025 (275 worldwide citation)

An electrophysiological mapping device includes an outer catheter, an inner catheter slidable within the outer catheter, and an electronic activation and recording device for electrically activating electrodes on the inner catheter and/or recording electric signals received by the electrodes. The di ...


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Wilton W Webster Jr: Unique electrode configurations for cardiovascular electrode catheter with built-in deflection method and central puller wire. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, July 21, 1998: US05782239 (273 worldwide citation)

An electrophysiological mapping device includes an outer catheter, an inner catheter slidable within the outer catheter, and an electronic activation and recording device for electrically activating electrodes on the inner catheter and/or recording electric signals received by the electrodes. The di ...


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Dean M Ponzi: Steerable direct myocardial revascularization catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, October 12, 1999: US05964757 (247 worldwide citation)

A steerable direct myocardial revascularization catheter comprises a catheter body, a control handle, a tip section, and a means for deflecting the tip section by manipulation of the control handle. The catheter body has an outer wall, proximal and distal ends, and at least one lumen extending there ...


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Wilton W Webster Jr: Steerable open-lumen catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, July 11, 1995: US05431168 (239 worldwide citation)

A steerable catheter comprises an elongated catheter body and a tip portion. First and second lumens extend through the catheter body and tip portion. The first lumen is open at the distal end of the catheter. The second lumen is off-axis. A tightly wound coil spring is disposed in the second lumen ...


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Michele M Fung, Dean M Ponzi, Wilton W Webster Jr: Irrigated tip catheter. Cordis Webster, Christie Parker & Hale, September 19, 2000: US06120476 (224 worldwide citation)

A steerable catheter having an irrigated tip comprises a catheter body having an outer wall, proximal and distal ends, and a single lumen extending therethrough. A control handle is fixedly attached to the proximal end of the catheter body. A tip section comprising a flexible tubing having proximal ...