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Thomas J Maginot: Catheter systems and associated methods utilizing removable inner catheter or catheters. Maginot Vascular Systems, Paul J Maginot, December 5, 2000: US06156016 (137 worldwide citation)

A catheter system for use in a body of a patient is disclosed. The catheter system includes a guide catheter having a distal guide orifice, a proximal guide orifice, and a guide lumen extending therebetween. The catheter system further includes an original catheter positionable within the guide lume ...


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Paul J Maginot, Thomas J Maginot: Catheter system having retractable working catheter and associated method. Maginot Vascular Systems, Paul J Maginot, February 20, 2001: US06190371 (114 worldwide citation)

A catheter system includes a multi-lumen working catheter having a first distal working orifice and a second distal working orifice. The catheter system further includes a guide catheter having a guide lumen and a distal guide orifice. Also, the catheter system includes a locking mechanism which loc ...


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Thomas J Maginot: Long-term dialysis catheter system and associated method. Maginot Vascular Systems, Maginot Addison & Moore, November 23, 1999: US05989213 (107 worldwide citation)

A long-term dialysis catheter system for use in a body of a patient includes a guide catheter having a guide lumen defined therein, wherein the guide lumen defines a distal guide orifice. The system also includes a tissue ingrowth member secured to an outer surface of the guide catheter. The system ...


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Thomas J Maginot: Method for directing blood flow in the body of a patient with a graft and stent assembly. Maginot Vascular Systems, Maginot Addison & Moore, November 9, 1999: US05979455 (29 worldwide citation)

A method for directing blood flow in the body of a patient with a graft and stent assembly includes the step of positioning the graft and stent assembly in a first blood flow conduit so that (i) a stent sidewall of a stent of the graft and stent assembly conforms to a conduit sidewall of the first b ...


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Thomas J Maginot: Bypass grafting method which uses a number of balloon catheters to inhibit blood flow to an anastomosis site. Maginot Vascular Systems, Maginot Addison & Moore, August 10, 1999: US05934286 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of securing an end portion of a graft to a blood vessel of a patient's circulatory system during a bypass grafting procedure includes the step of inhibiting blood flow to a region of the circulatory system by inflating a number of balloons within the circulatory system, wherein a segment of ...