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James Ernest Leone, Karl Phillip Weissinger, Margaret Frances Yoklavich: Multi-purpose balloon catheter. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, March 17, 1998: US05728068 (302 worldwide citation)

The multi-purpose balloon catheter comprises a tubular body having a proximal end portion, a distal end portion and at least two lumens within the tubular body. The distal end portion has three spaced apart balloons thereon, the distal balloon being an occlusive balloon, the middle balloon being a s ...


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Tjeerd Homsma, Alexander Christiaan Boudewijn: Retractable temporary vena cava filter. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, November 2, 1999: US05976172 (281 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter filter system which includes more particularly, the intravascular catheter filter system includes an outer cylindrical tubing having an inner lumen, an intermediate cylindrical tubing slidably received by the outer cylindrical tubing and an inner cylindrical member slidably ...


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Gjalt Bosma, Hendrik G Breedveld: Vascular filter for controlled release. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, August 8, 2000: US06099549 (271 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a vascular filter which can be placed inside a body cavity, such as a blood vessel. A catheter may be used to deliver the filter, and consists of a tubular basic body with a distal end, a proximal end and a lumen extending between the ends. The vascular filter may be ...


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Kirk Johnson, Merril L Knudtson: Method and catheter system for delivering medication with an everting balloon catheter. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, March 21, 2000: US06039721 (234 worldwide citation)

A balloon catheter having concentric, elongate lumen and guide tubes defining a lumen therebetween. An annular balloon has its proximal end secured to the lumen tube and its distal end secured to the guide tube. Relative axial movement of the tubes adjusts the balloon between retracted and extended ...


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Gjalt Bosma, Hendrik G Breedveld, Horace R Davis: Vascular filter convertible to a stent and method. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, June 5, 2001: US06241746 (226 worldwide citation)

A vascular filter for temporary or permanent implantation within a body vessel to filter particulates or thrombus in the blood stream, is capable of being converted some time after initial implantation into a tubular stent. In this configuration, the stent tends to hold the vessel open without any s ...


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Grant Hieshima, Donald K Jones, Vladimir Mitelberg: Stent aneurysm treatment system and method. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, May 16, 2000: US06063111 (178 worldwide citation)

A vascular stent for opening blood vessel occlusions and for providing support to damaged areas of blood vessel sites includes a proximal end defining a first lumen opening. The helical stent is constructed from a resilient material and has a body portion extending from the proximal end to define a ...


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Gjalt Bosma, Hendrik G Breedveld, Horace R Davis: Vascular filter convertible to a stent and method. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, July 31, 2001: US06267777 (170 worldwide citation)

A vascular filter for temporary or permanent implantation within a body vessel to filter particulates or thrombus in the blood stream, is capable of being converted some time after initial implantation into a tubular stent. In this configuration, the stent tends to hold the vessel open without any s ...


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Jon Buzzard, Frederick Feller III: Locking handle deployment mechanism for medical device and method. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, March 15, 2005: US06866669 (163 worldwide citation)

A system for delivering at least one medical device to a desired location for treatment, and then selectively deploy it in position, includes an improved handle. One of the possible features of the handle may be to selectively hold the delivery system components at any desired configuration during d ...


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Carlos A Fontirroche, Stephen J Querns: Balloon catheter. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, October 13, 1998: US05820594 (163 worldwide citation)

The intravascular balloon catheter has an elongated shaft defining an inflation lumen and a guidewire lumen, as well as a balloon disposed near the distal end of the shaft. The inflation lumen communicates with and provides pressurized inflation fluid to the interior volume of the balloon, and the g ...


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Carlos A Fontirroche, Stephen J Querns: Method for making a balloon catheter. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, October 20, 1998: US05824173 (160 worldwide citation)

A method of making an intravascular balloon catheter that has an elongated shaft defining an inflation lumen and a guidewire lumen, as well as a balloon disposed near the distal end of the shaft. The method may include forming an inner shaft by coextruding a flexible plastic tube by bringing a molte ...