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Harry B Goodson IV, Jeffrey M Elkins, Samir R Patel, Aurelio Valencia, Ricardo Aboytes, Craig A Ball, Randy J Kesten, Andrew K Kramer, Sam G Payne, Sophia Pesotchinsky, Michael H Rosenthal: Method and apparatus for selective material delivery via an intra-renal catheter. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, September 6, 2011: US08012121 (13 worldwide citation)

Two renal delivery members have two distal ports that are adapted to be positioned within two renal arteries via their corresponding renal ostia at unique locations along an abdominal aortic wall. A proximal coupler assembly is outside the body and is coupled to deliver material to the two distal po ...


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Meir H Moshe, Valerie L Douglass, Kevin L Moss, Robert M Pearson: Therapeutic energy delivery device with rotational mechanism. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, June 17, 2014: US08753335 (10 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering therapeutic energy to tissue is provided. The device includes a housing and a rotating device coupled to the housing. The device includes a plurality of electrodes, each electrode including: (i) a proximal section longitudinally extending from within the housing to an exterio ...


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Theodore C Johnson, Daniel J Balbierz, Robert M Pearson: Methods and apparatuses for tissue treatment. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, September 24, 2013: US08540710 (6 worldwide citation)

Disclosed in the present application are devices for localized delivery of energy and methods of using such devices, particularly for therapeutic treatment of biological tissues. The disclosed methods may involve positioning and deploying the energy delivery members in a target site, and delivering ...


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Lishan Aklog, Michael Glennon: Systems and methods for removing undesirable material within a circulatory system during a surgical procedure. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, May 27, 2014: US08734374 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for capturing dislodged vegetative growth during a surgical procedure is provided. The method includes maneuvering, into a circulatory system, a first cannula having a distal end and an opposing proximal end, such that the first cannula is positioned to capture the vegetative growth en bloc ...


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William A Cartier, Theodore J Beyer, William M Appling, Giorgio di Palma: Retrievable blood clot filter. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, July 2, 2013: US08475488 (5 worldwide citation)

A compact retrievable blood clot filter has a filter section, a releasable lock and an alignment section connected to the filter section. Alignment ribs of the alignment section have releasable upstream ends that are locked to the filter by the releasable lock. The releasable upstream ends of the al ...


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Nigel Cronin: Microwave applicator. Angio Dynamics, Peter J Flora, November 19, 2013: US08586897 (5 worldwide citation)

A microwave applicator has a coaxial electrical input (4) and a waveguide (1) filled with dielectric (2), an inner conductor (7) of the coaxial input extending longitudinally within one end of the waveguide to launch microwaves in the TM01 mode to travel to the distal end face (8) of the waveguide s ...


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Kevin Moss, Robert Pearson: Multiple treatment zone ablation probe. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, July 14, 2015: US09078665 (5 worldwide citation)

An energy delivery probe and method of using the energy delivery probe to treat a patient is provided herein. The energy delivery probe has at least one probe body having a longitudinal axis and at least a first trocar and a second trocar. Each trocar comprises at least two electrodes that are elect ...


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Harry B Goodson IV, Craig A Ball, Jeffrey M Elkins: Sheath for use in peripheral interventions. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, August 27, 2013: US08518011 (4 worldwide citation)

A dual lumen introducer sheath provides access to at least one renal artery and at least one peripheral blood vessel of a patient. The introducer sheath includes a proximal hub comprising first and second ports, a first lumen, and a second lumen. The first lumen extends from the first port to a firs ...


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Eamonn P Hobbs, William C Hamilton Jr: Device and method for the ablation of fibrin sheath formation on a venous catheter. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, November 3, 2015: US09173704 (4 worldwide citation)

An indwelling venous catheter and method capable of destroying undesirable cellular growth is provided. The catheter includes a shaft having at least one lumen and adapted to be placed inside a vein for long term use. A plurality of electrodes are positioned near a distal section of the shaft and ar ...


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William C Hamilton Jr: Methods, assemblies, and devices for positioning a catheter tip using an ultrasonic imaging system. AngioDynamics, Peter J Flora, May 19, 2015: US09033889 (4 worldwide citation)

A catheter assembly includes an elongated member having an ultrasonic beacon disposed adjacent to a distal end portion of the elongated member, a power supply releasably attachable adjacent to the proximal end of the elongated member, and a catheter. The distal end portion of the elongated member wi ...