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Anthony O Ragheb, Brian L Bates, Neal E Fearnot, Thomas G Kozma, William D Voorhees III: Coated implantable medical device. MED Institute, Cook, Richard J Godlewski, August 1, 2000: US06096070 (917 worldwide citation)

A coated implantable medical device 10 includes a structure 12 adapted for introduction into the vascular system, esophagus, trachea, colon, biliary tract, or urinary tract; at least one layer 18 of a bioactive material posited on one surface of structure 12; and at least one porous layer 20 posited ...


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Anthony O Ragheb, Brian L Bates, Neal E Fearnot, Thomas G Kozma, William D Voorhees III: Coated implantable medical device. MED Institute, Richard J Godlewski, October 20, 1998: US05824049 (843 worldwide citation)

A coated implantable medical device 10 includes a structure 12 adapted for introduction into the vascular system, esophagus, trachea, colon, biliary tract, or urinary tract; at least one layer 18 of a bioactive material posited on one surface of structure 12; and at least one porous layer 20 posited ...


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Anthony O Ragheb, Brian L Bates, Neal E Fearnot, Thomas A Osborne, Thomas G Kozma, Joseph W Roberts, William D Voorhees III: Silver implantable medical device. Cook Incorporated, MED Institute, Richard J Godlewski, February 23, 1999: US05873904 (837 worldwide citation)

A silver implantable medical device 29 includes a structure 12 adapted for introduction into the vascular system, esophagus, trachea, colon, biliary tract, or urinary tract; at least one layer 18 of a bioactive material posited on one surface of structure 12; and at least one porous layer 20 posited ...


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Neal E Fearnot: Ablation catheter. Medical Engineering & Development Institute, Richard J Godlewski, March 31, 1992: US05100423 (765 worldwide citation)

An ablation catheter is provided with an elongated member or shaft and a plurality of helically-shaped cutting wires attached to the shaft to form a cutting basket. Each of the cutting wires has a section formed as a circumferentially subscribing arc and together the wires present a circumferential ...


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Neal E Fearnot, Thomas G Kozma, Anthony O Ragheb, William D Voorhees: Coated implantable medical device. MED Institute, Richard J Godlewski, Walter C Danison, March 11, 1997: US05609629 (725 worldwide citation)

A coated implantable medical device 10 includes a structure 12 adapted for introduction into the vascular system, esophagus, trachea, colon, biliary tract, or urinary tract; at least one layer 18 of a bioactive material positioned over the structure 12; and at least one porous layer 20 positioned ov ...


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Timothy A Chuter: Expandable transluminal graft prosthesis for repair of aneurysm. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, February 7, 1995: US05387235 (588 worldwide citation)

A transluminal arrangement for positioning a prosthesis assembly at an aneurysm in the bifurcated lumen of the aorta and the common iliac arteries extending therefrom. The prosthesis assembly includes a bifurcated endovascular graft having a main body and ipsilateral and contralateral limbs extendin ...


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Arthur B Fontaine: Vascular stent. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, May 24, 1994: US05314472 (439 worldwide citation)

A vascular stent includes at least one filament formed into a wave-like pattern, the filament being wound into a substantially spiral shape; and a device for connecting at least one end of the filament to slide on a another portion of the filament so as to form a hoop at each end of the spiral shape ...


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Dusan Pavcnik, Frederick S Keller, Josef Rosch, Thomas A Osborne: Multiple-sided intraluminal medical device. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, Charles W Agnew, March 13, 2001: US06200336 (439 worldwide citation)

A multiple-sided medical device comprises a closed frame of a single piece of wire or other resilient material and having a series of bends and interconnecting sides. The device has both a flat configuration and a second, folded configuration that comprises a self-expanding stent. The stent is pushe ...


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Neal E Fearnot, Anthony O Ragheb, William D Voorhees III: Thrombolytic treated intravascular medical device. MED Institute, Richard J Godlewski, January 10, 1995: US05380299 (432 worldwide citation)

An intravascular medical device having a structure shaped and sized for introduction into the vascular system of a patient including a base material and a coating of a thrombolytic agent on the base material. The thrombolytic agent advantageously dissolves or breaks up the formation of thrombus on t ...



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