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Ernst Janzen, Gunter Ruttgers, Lawrence Saper: Device and method sealing puncture wounds. Datascope Investment, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, February 21, 1995: US05391183 (441 worldwide citation)

A device is proposed for inserting hemostatic material through a tissue channel and against the outside wall of a blood vessel of a patient, wherein the blood vessel wall has a puncture therein adjacent the tissue channel. The device includes a charge of hemostatic material and a hollow sheath adapt ...


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Ernst Janzen: Percutaneous introducer set and method for sealing puncture wounds. Datascope Investment, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, August 1, 1995: US05437631 (355 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved device for inserting collagen or other hemostatic materials into a puncture wound made during a percutaneous procedure. The device permits precise location of the collagen relative to the artery wall and also enables insertion of the collagen at the outse ...


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Michael P Zelin: Blood constituent measuring device and method. Datascope, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 11, 1989: US04819752 (246 worldwide citation)

A blood constituent measuring apparatus and method, which can be used to measure the oxygen (or other blood constituent) content of the blood. The apparatus includes sources of two or more wavelengths of light for transmitting, e.g., red and infrared light through a portion of the body, and a photod ...


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Ernst Janzen, Gunter Ruttgers, Lawrence Saper, Sid Wolvek: Device and method for sealing puncture wounds. Datascope Investment, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, March 10, 1998: US05725498 (242 worldwide citation)

A device is proposed for inserting hemostatic material through a tissue channel and against the outside wall of a blood vessel of a patient, wherein the blood vessel wall has a puncture therein adjacent the tissue channel. The device includes a charge of hemostatic material and a hollow sheath adapt ...


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Sidney Wolvek, Bruce L Hanson: Elongatable balloon catheter. Datascope, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 7, 1981: US04276874 (229 worldwide citation)

Inflatable and deflatable balloon catheters are disclosed. Catheters according to the invention have an expansion chamber that may be elongated to reduce its radial dimension without producing oblique or transverse folds or wrinkles. The inflatable chamber of the catheter is supported by an elongate ...


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William C Corrigan Jr, Diego Fontayne: Peelable sheath with hub connector. Datascope Investment, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, December 1, 1992: US05167634 (229 worldwide citation)

A peelable sheath includes a sheath formed of a flexible tube having a pair of separation lines arranged longitudinally on radially opposite sides of the tube to form a pair of peelable sheath portions, and a hub connector bonded to the proximal end of the sheath. A pair of wings are bonded to the p ...


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Boris Leschinsky, Jeffrey Urbanski, Mark Follman: Guide wire with releasable barb anchor. Datascope Investment, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, February 16, 1999: US05871501 (211 worldwide citation)

An insertion guide wire with an anchor formed in the distal end for precisely locating a subcutaneous arterial wound and guiding a plug of hemostatic material thereto. When the hemostatic material is properly placed, the anchor can be released and the guide wire removed, leaving no foreign object in ...


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Eric Kinast: Method for storing pulse oximetry sensor characteristics. Datascope Investment, Abraham P Ronai, November 16, 1999: US05987343 (204 worldwide citation)

A memory unit capable of storing calibration data attached to a probe portion of a pulse oximeter and a connector portion of an intra-aortic balloon catheter.


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Lawrence Saper, Bruce L Hanson: Fastener for attaching sensor to the body. Datascope Investment, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, February 25, 1992: US05090410 (198 worldwide citation)

A bandage for attaching a sensor to a part of the human body while protecting the sensor against contamination and permitting its reuse in which the sensor is located within a flexible transparent sleeve which is fastened to the adhesive inner surface of the bandage, the parts of the bandage inner a ...


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Joseph Grayzel: Single-chamber, multi-section balloon for cardiac assistance. Datascope Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon Reilly Carr & Chapin, February 24, 1976: US03939820 (189 worldwide citation)

A device to be inserted in a blood vessel in order to aid the pumping of blood in only one direction within that vessel which comprises a gas inflatable and deflatable chamber mounted on support means and divided into an occluding section and a pumping section in direct communication with each other ...