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Banning G Lary: Coronary cutting and dilating instrument. Ernest H Schmidt, June 16, 1981: US04273128 (305 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument for the treatment of stenotic and occlusive coronary artery disease is described whereby the lumen of the coronary artery is longitudinally incised sub-epicardially through an area of narrowing or obstruction immediately whereafter dilation of the arterial lumen at the site of ...


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Banning G Lary: Longitudinal reciprocating incisor. Nydegger & Associates, December 13, 1994: US05372601 (151 worldwide citation)

An medical instrument which is insertable into an arterial system to incise an arterial stenosis is provided and includes a cutting member selectively covered by a catheter sheath. The sheath is shaped to provide protection against unintentional incisions during insertion and placement of the device ...


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Banning G Lary: Universal dilator with reciprocal incisor. Interventional Technologies, Nydegger & Associates, September 17, 1996: US05556405 (119 worldwide citation)

A device for incising and dilating a stenosis in a vessel of a patient includes a dilator housing and a plurality of incising blades which can be selectively extended distally from the housing. Specifically, the plurality of blades are mounted on a base member which is attached to the distal end of ...


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Banning G Lary, Paul W Mayer: Device and method for transecting a coronary artery. InterVentional Technologies, Nydegger & Associates, February 3, 1998: US05713913 (104 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a device for creating a transection in a coronary artery. Structurally, the present invention includes an inflatable balloon mounted at the distal end of a catheter. A single blade is mounted to project radially from the surface of the balloon and is aligned with the balloon ...


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Banning G Lary: Balloon with reciprocating stent incisor. Interventional Technologies, Michael E Klicpera, October 23, 2001: US06306151 (81 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument which is insertable into a vascular system to incise a stent embedded within a stenosis is provided herein and includes a multi-luminal catheter with a distal expandable balloon mounted with a reciprocating cutting member. The cutting member is selectively activated by an extern ...


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Banning G Lary: Seatbelt usage indicator. McHale & Slavin, May 9, 2000: US06059066 (37 worldwide citation)

A method of indicating seatbelt usage to observers outside a vehicle. The method employs buckle assemblies, pressure switches, and belt position sensors to send information diagnostic information to a processor. The processor includes control electronics that analyzes the diagnostic information and ...


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Banning G Lary: Cap with removable fluorescent light. Michael E Klicpera, October 22, 1996: US05567038 (35 worldwide citation)

The present invention pertains, generally, to the lighting of darkened areas. More particularly, it pertains to a light removably affixed to a cap worn on the head which permits the wearer to see and perform functions in the dark with both hands free. More particularly, it is a fluorescent light on ...


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Banning G Lary: Prepackaged, injectable pharmaceutical and hypodermic needle combination. Ernest H Schmidt, October 22, 1985: US04548601 (35 worldwide citation)

A prepackaged, injectable pharmaceutical hypodermic needle has semi-rigid outer container, supported within which is a substantially non-resiliant inner container containing a pre-measured dose of the pharmaceutical. A cannula extending through and fixed with respect to the outer container is adapte ...


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Banning G Lary: X-ray film marking system. Banning G Lary, June 21, 1994: US05323443 (35 worldwide citation)

A uniform system for marking X-Ray films with pertinent data. Further, it establishes a technique for manufacturing X-Ray markers which vary only slightly, so that by piggy-backing or stacking, virtually any thickness of marker can be obtained. In addition a method for making a transparent, adherent ...


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Banning G Lary: Passive perfusion sleeve/placement catheter assembly. Michael E Klicpera, January 14, 2003: US06506180 (30 worldwide citation)

A passive perfusion sleeve/placement catheter assembly for performing coronary angioplasty allows prolonged dilatations without blocking blood flow. The perfusion sleeve comprise an elongated shaft with a distally mounted composite balloon including a semi-rigid inner material surrounded by a more f ...