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Keiji Igaki: Medical suturing material. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Limbach & Limbach L, June 16, 1998: US05766188 (433 worldwide citation)

A medical suturing material which is loaded into an automatic suturing device having a staple line when used. The medical suturing material has a main suturing material on which a shape maintaining support member made of a film or a sheet having rigidity is superposed, wherein the main suturing mate ...


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Keiji Igaki: Stent for vessel. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, July 2, 2002: US06413272 (84 worldwide citation)

A stent for a vessel inserted in use into the vessel of a living body including a tubular member constituting a passageway from one end to its opposite end. The tubular member includes a main mid portion and low tenacity portions formed integrally with both ends of the main mid portion. The low tena ...


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Keiji Igaki: Stent for vessel. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Limbach & Limbach L, March 13, 2001: US06200335 (59 worldwide citation)

A stent for a vessel inserted in use into the vessel of a living body including a tubular member constituting a passageway from one end to its opposite end. The tubular member includes a main mid portion and low tenacity portions formed integrally with both ends of the main mid portion. The low tena ...


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Keiji Igaki: Luminal stent and device for inserting luminal stent. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Limbach & Limbach, June 9, 1998: US05762625 (53 worldwide citation)

A luminal stent inserted and fixed in a vessel, such as a blood vessel, so as to maintain the shape of the vessel, and a device for inserting and fixing the luminal stent, are disclosed. The luminal stent is formed of a yarn of bioabsorbable polymer fibers, which yarn is shaped in a non-woven non-kn ...


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Keiji Igaki: Stent for vessels. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, December 31, 2002: US06500204 (41 worldwide citation)

A stent for a vessel implanted in the vessel of the living body including a main body portion of the stent formed into a tube by a yarn, which is formed of a biodegradable polymer, exhibiting a shape memory function. The main body portion of the stent is shape-memorized to a size that can be implant ...


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Keiji Igaki: Method for manufacturing yarn for vessel stent. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, June 27, 2006: US07066952 (32 worldwide citation)

A stent for a vessel implanted in the vessel of the living body including a main body portion of the stent formed into a tube by a yarn formed of a biodegradable polymer exhibiting a shape memory function. The main body portion of the stent is shape-memorized to a size that can be inplanted in the v ...


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Keiji Igaki: Stent for vessel. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Bell Boyd &, October 14, 2003: US06632242 (20 worldwide citation)

A stent for a vessel inserted in use into the vessel of a living body including a tubular member constituting a passageway from one end to its opposite end. The tubular member includes a main mid portion and low tenacity portions formed integrally with both ends of the main mid portion. The low tena ...


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Keiji Igaki: Yarn for vessel stent. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, February 26, 2008: US07335226 (3 worldwide citation)

A stent for a vessel implanted in the vessel of the living body including a main body portion of the stent formed into a tube by a yarn formed of a biodegradable polymer exhibiting a shape memory function. The main body portion of the stent is shape-memorized to a size that can be implanted in the v ...


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Keiji Igaki: Stent for vessel. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, K&L Gates, December 6, 2011: US08070793 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a stent for a vessel implanted and left in the vessel of a living body to support the lumen of the vessel from inside. The stent for a vessel consists of a plurality of stent constituting members (4a and 4b), formed by combining a plurality of the tubular-body constituting elements (5a ...


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Keiji Igaki: Thread for vascular stent and vascular stent using the thread. Kabushikikaisha Igaki Iryo Sekkei, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, May 6, 2008: US07367990 (2 worldwide citation)

A thread for forming a vascular stent implanted in vessels is provided. This thread is formed by melt-spinning a biodegradable polymer. On the surface of the thread, there is formed a layer of a drug-containing biodegradable polymer of the same sort as the biodegradable polymer constituting the thre ...