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Richard A Noddin, Arthur R Madenjian, Ralph J Barry Jr: Balloon catheter. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, October 16, 1990: US04963313 (153 worldwide citation)

An inflatable medical balloon is formed by fabricating a tubular preform having a tapered region at the end of the portion where the main body of the balloon will form to enable the corresponding transition section of the blown balloon to have a separately controllable thickness profile. The preferr ...


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Ronald Sahatjian, Arthur R Madenjian: Balloon for medical catheter. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, April 26, 1994: US05306246 (138 worldwide citation)

An inflatable medical dilation balloon and methods for forming the same wherein the balloon member is comprised of a polymer bled including a predominant amount of a crystalline polymer, e.g. a polyester, and a compliance enhancing additive polymer, e.g. a polyolefin, in amount sufficient to interru ...


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Richard A Noddin, Arthur R Madenjian, Ralph J Barry Jr, Fernando A de Toledo, Richard M DeMello: Dilation balloon. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, March 6, 1990: US04906241 (132 worldwide citation)

Dilation balloon devices that employ a metal tube for introduction of inflation fluid from distal end into a balloon have special features that enable introduction through very small passages. A distal core wire is shown forming part of a guide wire extending into the distal end of the tube. The cor ...


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Gregory T Sydney, Russ Seiber, Arthur R Madenjian, Annette Belovi: Selective coating of a balloon catheter with lubricious material for stent deployment. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, October 23, 2001: US06306144 (114 worldwide citation)

A predetermined arrangement of differentially lubricious areas on a balloon catheter for controlling against unexpected movement of a stent carried thereon when in situ in the body.


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Sheng Ping Zhong, Arthur R Madenjian, Douglas E Godshall, John M Ronan, Samuel A Thompson: Medical devices comprising hydrogel polymers having improved mechanical properties. SciMed Life Systems, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, April 9, 2002: US06368356 (94 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a means of boosting the mechanical performance of shaped shaped medical devices comprising polymer hydrogels, such as stents, so that they may be more easily inserted into or removed from the body. In one aspect, the invention provides shaped medical devices having increased m ...


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Gregory T Sydney, Russ Seiber, Arthur R Madenjian, Annette Belovi: Selective coating of a balloon catheter with lubricious material for stent deployment. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, October 1, 2002: US06458138 (50 worldwide citation)

A predetermined arrangement of differentially lubricious areas on a balloon catheter for controlling against unexpected movement of a stent carried thereon when in situ in the body.


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Gregory T Sydney, Russ Seiber, Arthur R Madenjian, Annette Belovi: Selective coating of a balloon catheter with lubricious material for stent deployment. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus PA, May 10, 2005: US06890348 (45 worldwide citation)

A predetermined arrangement of differentially lubricious areas on a balloon catheter for controlling against unexpected movement of a stent carried thereon when in situ in the body.


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Gregory T Sydney, Russ Seiber, Arthur R Madenjian, Annette Belovi: Selective coating of a balloon catheter with lubricious material for stent deployment. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, January 13, 2009: US07476214 (7 worldwide citation)

A predetermined arrangement of differentially lubricious areas on a balloon catheter for controlling against unexpected movement of a stent carried thereon when in situ in the body.


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George Bourne, Michael Madden, Arthur R Madenjian, Doreen Rao, Marcia Buiser, Jianmin Li, Raymon Rackley, Barry N Gellman: Bulking agents. Boston Scientific Scimed, Mayer & Williams PC, David B Bonham, November 19, 2013: US08586071

The invention relates to bulking agents and apparatus and methods for using the disclosed bulking agents. The bulking agents can be used to treat such conditions as urinary and fecal incontinence, gastro-esophageal reflux, aneurismal blockages, and cosmetic deformities. The invention also relates to ...


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Brett Nowlin, Arthur R Madenjian, Richard Tah, Weenna Bucay Couto: Detachable grid. Boston Scientific Scimed, Brown Rudnick, January 18, 2011: US07871405

Medical devices can be positioned within a patient by use of apparatus and methods according to the invention. The apparatus and methods permit insertion of the medical devices into various locations of the patient's body without requiring removal and reinsertion of already-inserted medical devices. ...