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David Hathaway, Brian Patton, Keith March: Apparatus and method for positive closure of an internal tissue membrane opening. Indiana University Foundation, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, April 19, 1994: US05304184 (512 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a device having two components: a needle advancing apparatus slidable longitudinally along a catheter to advance needles into a tissue membrane, such as a blood vessel wall, around an opening in the membrane; and, a suture retrieval assembly insertable through the catheter bey ...


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Yaobin Chen, Thomas G Mintun: Intelligent remote visual monitoring system for home health care service. Visiting Nurse Service, Indiana University Foundation, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, September 10, 1996: US05553609 (475 worldwide citation)

A computer-based remote visual monitoring system is provided for in-home patient health care from a remote location via ordinary telephone lines. The system includes a supervisory control center having access to patient and health care professional databases for assigning patients to appropriate hea ...


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Keith L March, David R Hathaway, Robert L Wilensky: Method for delivery of smooth muscle cell inhibitors. Indiana University Foundation, Baker & Daniels, December 15, 1992: US05171217 (278 worldwide citation)

A method and composition for delivering a drug to an affected intramural site for sustained release in conjunction with or following balloon catheter procedures, such as angioplasty. The drug, carried by microparticles of a physiologically-compatible, biodegradable polymer is injected under directed ...


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Keith L March, David R Hathaway, Robert L Wilensky: Method and apparatus for intravascular drug delivery. Indiana University Foundation, Baker & Daniels, April 26, 1994: US05306250 (244 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter assembly, including an expandable, porous outer membrane that is insertable into a blood vessel and positioned adjacent a stenotic atherosclerotic lesion on the interior wall of the blood vessel. The membrane is expanded into contact with the lesion, either mechanically or h ...


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Keith L March, Michael Aita, Randy Kesten, Craig Smith: Therapeutic and diagnostic agent delivery. CardioGenesis Corporation, Indiana University Foundation, Columbia University, Heller Ehrman White McAuliffe, November 24, 1998: US05840059 (168 worldwide citation)

A system for treating a patient's heart which comprises a means to form channels in the heart wall and a means to deliver a therapeutic or diagnostic agent into the channels. Additionally, the system may comprise a way to retain the agent within the channels for a useful period of time. The system m ...


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Scott O Trerotola, Wade M Johnson: Percutaneous stent-graft and method for delivery thereof. Schneider, Indiana University Foundation, Johns Hopkins University, Haugen and Nikolai P A, January 7, 1997: US05591226 (158 worldwide citation)

A percutaneous stent-graft is disclosed for restoring blood flow between vessels. The stent-graft has a body implantable device and first and second peel-away retaining elements. Also disclosed are methods for deploying a stent-graft.


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David A Hathaway, Brian Patton, Keith L March: Apparatus and method for positive closure of an internal tissue membrane opening. Indiana University Foundation, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, December 19, 1995: US05476469 (126 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a device having two components: a needle advancing apparatus slidable longitudinally along a catheter to advance needles into a tissue membrane, such as a blood vessel wall, around an opening in the membrane; and, a suture retrieval assembly insertable through the catheter bey ...


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Keith L March, David R Hathaway, Robert L Wilensky, Brian L Patton: Method for preventing restenosis following reconfiguration of body vessels. Indiana University Foundation, Baker & Daniels, May 26, 1992: US05116864 (120 worldwide citation)

Restenosis following vascular recanalization is prevented by administering a photoactivatable psoralen and, in conjunction with recanalization, delivering ultraviolet radiation to the region of said recanalization.


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Keith L March, Douglas P Zipes: Pericardial delivery of therapeutic and diagnostic agents. Indiana University Foundation, Elliot M Olstein, Raymond J Lillie, August 25, 1998: US05797870 (111 worldwide citation)

A method for treating a patient's heart which comprising delivering a gene therapy agent into the pericardial sac around the patient's heart. The agent is introduced surgically or by transvascular means such as a catheter which has been introduced percutaneously or otherwise. Introducing the gene th ...


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David Hathaway, Brian Patton, Keith L March: Apparatus and method for positive closure of an internal tissue membrane opening. Indiana University Foundation, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty& McNett, September 22, 1998: US05810850 (105 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a device having two components: a needle advancing apparatus slidable longitudinally along a catheter to advance needles into a tissue membrane, such as a blood vessel wall, around an opening in the membrane; and, a suture retrieval assembly insertable through the catheter bey ...



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