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Pankai J Pasricha, Anthony N Kalloo: Method for treating gastrointestinal muscle disorders and other smooth muscle dysfunction. August 1, 1995: US05437291 (228 worldwide citation)

Direct injection of sphincteric botulinum toxin is disclosed as an effective, safe and simple method of treatment for disorders of gastrointestinal muscle or smooth muscles elsewhere in the body, with results that appear to be sustained for several months. Muscle disorders which are suitable for suc ...


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Pankaj J Pasricha, Anthony N Kalloo: Device for treating gastrointestinal muscle disorders and other smooth muscle dysfunction. The Johns Hopkins University, Banner & Witcoff, October 7, 1997: US05674205 (101 worldwide citation)

Direct injection of sphincteric botulinum toxin is disclosed as an effective, safe and simple method of treatment for disorders of gastrointestinal muscle or smooth muscles elsewhere in the body, with results that appear to be sustained for several months. Muscle disorders which are suitable for suc ...


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Pankaj Jay Pasricha, Anthony N Kalloo, John G Baust, Lawrence Potorff: Endoscopic cryospray device. Johns Hopkins University, Cryomedical Sciences, Cushman Darby & Cushman Intellectural Property Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, December 8, 1998: US05846235 (52 worldwide citation)

A cryoprobe instrument for endoscopic use has been provided that permits the delivery of liquid or gaseous cryogens in the form of a spray. In an embodiment, the cryoprobe instrument includes an elongated, flexible tube having a fluid passage defined therethrough; a proximal connector portion provid ...


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Pankaj Jay Pasricha, Anthony N Kalloo: Winged biliary stent. Pankaj Pasricha, Anthony Kalloo, Cushman Darby & Cushman Intellectual Property Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, July 7, 1998: US05776160 (21 worldwide citation)

A stent, for example for maintaining the patency of a duct such as a biliary duct, is provided that includes a plurality of radially extending wings. The wings project from a core which has a guide wire or wire stylet lumen. Each of the wings preferably includes a plurality of minute, longitudinally ...


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Pankaj J Pasricha, Anthony N Kalloo: Winged biliary stent. John Hopkins University, Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 23, 1996: US05486191 (20 worldwide citation)

A stent, for example for maintaining the patency of a duct such as a biliary duct, is provided that includes a plurality of radially extending wings. The wings project from a core which has a guide wire or wire stylet lumen. Each of the wings preferably includes a plurality of minute, longitudinally ...


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Sergey V Kantsevoy, Anthony N Kalloo: Gastrojejunal feeding tube. Chek Med Systems, Eugene Chovanes, May 22, 2007: US07220253 (7 worldwide citation)

An adjustable size balloon at the distal end of a feeding tube is used to aid in positioning, along with an endoscope, the tube in the jejunum or small bowel of a patient, without creating an obstruction in the intestines. The balloon is fully inflated when the endoscope that is used to place the tu ...


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Anthony N Kalloo, Pankaj Jay Pasricha: Clot dissolving method. Chek Med Systems, Eugene Chovanes, December 8, 1998: US05846567 (6 worldwide citation)

A method, composition and kit for effecting hemostasis of a bleeding point and/or dissociating an adherent blood clot at a lesion site on an internal organ, include a composition comprising hydrogen peroxide and surfactant. The composition is applied to the site thereby effecting hemostasis and clot ...


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Sergey V Kantsevoy, Anthony N Kalloo: Gastrojejunal feeding tube. Chek Med Systems, Eugene Chovanes, September 13, 2011: US08016785

A feeding tube apparatus is shown, with self propelled features that provide for placement in the postpyloric region of a patient.


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Anthony N Kalloo, David H Gracias, Florin M Selaru, Evin Gultepe, Mouen A Khashab: Method and device for statistical tissue sampling using microdevices. The Johns Hopkins University, DLA Piper, August 1, 2017: US09717484

The present invention utilizes tetherless microtools to biopsy tissue. The invention provides a device and method for deployment and retrieval of tetherless microtools. The size of the microtools ensures that tissue damage at a site targeted for biopsy is negligible. As such, large numbers of microt ...


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Anthony N Kalloo, Sergey V Kantsevoy: Devices and methods for treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. The Johns Hopkins University, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, Peter F Corless, Lisa Swiszcz, January 18, 2011: US07871415

An implantation device for releasably holding implantable microstimulators can be used to guide one or more microstimulators to any site within the gastrointestinal tract for implantation. The device can further releasably hold one or more ligation clips for securing the one or more microstimulators ...



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