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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Delivery devices with coolable energy emitting assemblies. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, June 3, 2014: US08740895 (41 worldwide citation)

Systems, delivery devices, and methods to treat, ablate, damage, or otherwise affect tissue in an airway of a patient. The treatment systems are capable of delivering a coolable ablation assembly that ablates targeted tissue while cooling non-targeted tissue to protect the non-targeted tissue from d ...


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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Delivery devices with coolable energy emitting assemblies. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, July 15, 2014: US08777943 (41 worldwide citation)

Systems, delivery devices, and methods to treat, ablate, damage, or otherwise affect tissue in an airway of a patient. The treatment systems are capable of delivering a coolable ablation assembly that ablates targeted tissue while cooling non-targeted tissue to protect the non-target tissue from dam ...


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Edwin J Hlavka, Lynn Elliott: System and method for bronchial dilation. Holaira, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, July 9, 2013: US08483831 (22 worldwide citation)

An implantable signal generator can be configured to generate a blocking signal to be delivered to at least a portion of a bronchus. The blocking signal can be configured to inhibit nerve traffic both to and from the lungs, to relieve bronchial smooth muscle contraction, and to inhibit cough. The im ...


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Edwin J Hlavka, Lynn Elliott: System and method for bronchial dilation. Holaira, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, July 16, 2013: US08489192 (21 worldwide citation)

A method of reducing bronchial constriction in a subject includes delivering energy to create one or more lesions on a main bronchus so as to transect pulmonary nerves sufficiently to reduce bronchial constriction in a lung of the patient distal to the main bronchus.


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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Systems, assemblies, and methods for treating a bronchial tree. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, August 19, 2014: US08808280 (19 worldwide citation)

Systems, assemblies, and methods to treat pulmonary diseases are used to decrease nervous system input to distal regions of the bronchial tree within the lungs. Treatment systems damage nerve tissue to temporarily or permanently decrease nervous system input. The treatment systems are capable of hea ...


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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Delivery devices with coolable energy emitting assemblies. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, January 13, 2015: US08932289 (15 worldwide citation)

Systems, delivery devices, and methods to treat to ablate, damage, or otherwise affect tissue. The treatment systems are capable of delivering a coolable ablation assembly that ablates targeted tissue without damaging non-targeted tissue. The coolable ablation assembly damages nerve tissue to tempor ...


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Edwin J Hlavka, Lynn Elliott: System and method for bronchial dilation. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, May 20, 2014: US08731672 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of reducing bronchial constriction in a subject includes delivering energy to create one or more lesions on a main bronchus so as to transect pulmonary nerves sufficiently to reduce bronchial constriction in a lung of the patient distal to the main bronchus.


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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Delivery devices with coolable energy emitting assemblies. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, April 28, 2015: US09017324 (13 worldwide citation)

Systems, delivery devices, and methods to treat, ablate, damage, or otherwise affect tissue in an airway of a patient. The treatment systems are capable of delivering a coolable ablation assembly that ablates targeted tissue while cooling non-targeted tissue to protect the non-targeted tissue from d ...


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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Non-invasive and minimally invasive denervation methods and systems for performing the same. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, December 16, 2014: US08911439 (13 worldwide citation)

A system and method can be used to denervate at least a portion of a bronchial tree. An energy emitter of an instrument is percutaneously delivered to a treatment site and outputs energy to damage nerve tissue of the bronchial tree. The denervation procedure can be performed without damaging non-tar ...


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Martin L Mayse, Steven C Dimmer: Delivery devices with coolable energy emitting assemblies. Holaira, Patterson Thuente Pedersen P A, April 14, 2015: US09005195 (12 worldwide citation)

Systems, delivery devices, and methods to treat to ablate, damage, or otherwise affect tissue. The treatment systems are capable of delivering a coolable ablation assembly that ablates targeted tissue without damaging non-targeted tissue. The coolable ablation assembly damages nerve tissue to tempor ...