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Steven R Bailey, Christopher T Boyle: Endoluminal cardiac and venous valve prostheses and methods of manufacture and delivery thereof. ABPS Venture One, David G Rosenbaum, Rosenbaum & Associates P C, October 1, 2002: US06458153 (731 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to prosthetic cardiac and venous valves and a single catheter device and minimally invasive techniques for percutaneous and transluminal valvuloplasty and prosthetic valve implantation.


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Frank I Marcus, Kullervo H Hynynen: Apparatus and method for intra-cardiac ablation of arrhythmias. Arizona Board of Regents for and on Behalf of the University of Arizona, Rosenbaum & Associates, March 22, 1994: US05295484 (540 worldwide citation)

The present invention employs ultrasonic energy delivered to myocardial tissue at frequencies sufficient to destroy the myocardial tissue implicated in the arrhythmic. More specifically, the present invention comprises an ultrasonic transducer mounted on a distal end of a catheter and at least one e ...


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Steven R Bailey, Christopher T Boyle: Endoluminal cardiac and venous valve prostheses and methods of manufacture and delivery thereof. ABPS Venture One, David G Rosenbaum, Thomas S Kim, Rosenbaum & Associates P C, November 25, 2003: US06652578 (504 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to prosthetic cardiac and venous valves and a single catheter device and minimally invasive techniques for percutaneous and transluminal valvuloplasty and prosthetic valve implantation.


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Julio C Palmaz, Eugene A Sprague, Cristina Fuss, Denes Marton, Roger W Wiseman, Christopher E Banas, Christopher T Boyle, Steven R Bailey: Valvular prostheses having metal or pseudometallic construction and methods of manufacture. Advanced Bio Prosthetic Surfaces, David G Rosenbaum, Paul J Lee, Rosenbaum & Associates PC, March 27, 2007: US07195641 (305 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to improvements in prosthetic cardiac and venous valves and implantable medical devices having moveable septa. The inventive prosthetic cardiac and venous valves have metallic or pseudometallic valves coupled to metallic or pseudometallic stents that permit percutaneous delive ...


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Steven R Bailey, Christopher T Boyle: Endoluminal cardiac and venous valve prostheses and methods of manufacture and delivery thereof. ABPS Venture One, David G Rosenbaum, Rosenbaum & Associates PC, March 4, 2008: US07338520 (184 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to prosthetic cardiac and venous valves and a single catheter device and minimally invasive techniques for percutaneous and transluminal valvuloplasty and prosthetic valve implantation.


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Julio C Palmaz, Christopher T Boyle, Christopher E Banas, Roger W Wiseman, Denes Marton: Endoluminal implantable devices and method of making same. Advanced Bio Prosthetic Surfaces, David G Rosenbaum, Rosenbaum & Associates P C, March 25, 2003: US06537310 (181 worldwide citation)

An implantable endoluminal device that is fabricated from materials that present a blood or body fluid and tissue contact surface that has controlled heterogeneities in material constitution. An endoluminal stent-graft and web-stent that is made of an monolithic material deposited into a monolayer a ...


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Steven R Bailey, Christopher T Boyle: Endoluminal cardiac and venous valve prostheses and methods of manufacture and delivery thereof. ABPS Venture One, David G Rosenbaum, Rosenbaum & Associates PC, March 28, 2006: US07018408 (175 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to prosthetic cardiac and venous valves and a single catheter device and minimally invasive techniques for percutaneous and transluminal valvuloplasty and prosthetic valve implantation.


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Julio C Palmaz, Christopher T Boyle: Complaint implantable medical devices and methods of making same. Advanced Bio Prosthetic Surfaces, David G Rosenbaum, Rosenbaum & Associates P C, August 30, 2005: US06936066 (174 worldwide citation)

Implantable medical grafts fabricated of metallic or pseudometallic films of biocompatible materials having a plurality of microperforations passing through the film in a pattern that imparts fabric-like qualities to the graft or permits the geometric deformation of the graft. The implantable graft ...


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Christopher T Boyle, Steven R Bailey, Christopher E Banas, Julio C Palmaz: Balloon catheter having metal balloon and method of making same. Advanced BioProsthetic Surfaces, David G Rosenbaum, Rosenbaum & Associates P C, May 11, 2004: US06733513 (148 worldwide citation)

A metal balloon catheter having a main tubular body, a metal balloon proximate a distal end of the main tubular body, a central annulus extending along an entire longitudinal aspect of the catheter for accommodating a guidewire therethrough and an inflation annulus adjacent the central annulus which ...


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Julio C Palmaz: Self-supporting metallic implantable grafts, compliant implantable medical devices and methods of making same. Advanced Bio Prosthetic Surfaces, Rosenbaum & Associates PC, David G Rosenbaum, J Peter Paredes, November 27, 2007: US07300457 (111 worldwide citation)

Implantable medical grafts fabricated of metallic or pseudometallic films of biocompatible materials having a plurality of microperforations passing through the film in a pattern that imparts fabric-like qualities to the graft or permits the geometric deformation of the graft. The implantable graft ...



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