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Kenneth Lee Wantink, Jeong Soo Lee, Barbara Stamberg: Catheter with a flexible and pushable shaft. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, January 30, 2001: US06179810 (49 worldwide citation)

A catheter comprising an elongated shaft having a distal shaft section with a first portion having co-axially disposed lumens, and a second portion having laterally off-set, adjacent lumens. The adjacent-lumen portion of the distal shaft section is preferably disposed proximal to the co-axial lumen ...


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Randolf Von Oepen, John Stankus, Barbara Stamberg, Travis R Yribarren, Richard R Newhauser: Expandable member having a covering formed of a fibrous matrix for intraluminal drug delivery. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Baker Botts, July 24, 2012: US08226603 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention generally relates to an intraluminal catheter device for use in angioplasty and delivery of a therapeutic agent. Particularly, the present invention is directed to a catheter having an expandable member having a therapeutic agent disposed thereon and a fibrous matrix covering f ...


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Dagmar Beyerlein, Christopher Feezor, Karim Osman, Denise Horrilleno Burns, Carla Rosa Pienknagura, Barbara Stamberg: Delivery system for a device such as a stent. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Angela M Augustin, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 7, 2013: US08435279 (7 worldwide citation)

A delivery system for a medical device. The delivery system comprises an inner member, a retractable sheath disposed over the inner member and being slideable over the inner member, and a retraction member coupled to the retractable sheath and disposed at least in portion within the retractable shea ...


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Florencia Lim, Mary Suh, Barbara Stamberg, Bin Huang: Tracheobronchial implantable medical device and methods of use. ABBOTT CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMS, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 5, 2017: US09833342

Devices and methods for treating a diseased tracheobronchial region in a mammal. The device can be a stent which can include a sustained-release material such as a polymer matrix with a treatment agent. The stent can be bioabsorbable and a treatment agent can be incorporated therewith. A treatment m ...


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Florencia Lim, Mary Suh, Barbara Stamberg, Bin Huang: Tracheobronchial implantable medical device and methods of use. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Randy Shen Esq, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, November 3, 2015: US09173733

Devices and methods for treating a diseased tracheobronchial region in a mammal. The device can be a stent which can include a sustained-release material such as a polymer matrix with a treatment agent. The stent can be bioabsorbable and a treatment agent can be incorporated therewith. A treatment m ...


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Mina Chow, Barbara Stamberg, William E Webler, John A Simpson, August R Yambao, Gabriel F Asongwe, Jessica G Chiu, Lili Liu, Dagmar Beyerlein: Deflectable catheter assembly and method of making same. James C Scheller, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, March 31, 2005: US20050070844-A1

A deflectable catheter assembly is disclosed. The assembly comprises a catheter shaft having a catheter proximal section and a catheter distal section, and at least one lumen extending therethrough. The catheter distal section is more flexible than the catheter proximal section. A tendon is disposed ...


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Dagmar Beyerlein, Christopher Feezor, Karim Osman, Denise Horrilleno Burns, Carla Rosa Pienknagura, Barbara Stamberg: Delivery system for a device such as a stent. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 14, 2006: US20060282152-A1

A delivery system for a medical device. The delivery system comprises an inner member, a retractable sheath disposed over the inner member and being slideable over the inner member, and a retraction member coupled to the retractable sheath and disposed at least in portion within the retractable shea ...


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Randolf Von Oepen, John Stankus, Barbara Stamberg, Travis R Yribarren, Richard R Newhauser: Expandable Member Having A Covering Formed Of A Fibrous Matrix For Intraluminal Drug Delivery. Baker Botts, March 25, 2010: US20100076401-A1

The present invention generally relates to an intraluminal catheter device for use in angioplasty and delivery of a therapeutic agent. Particularly, the present invention is directed to a catheter having an expandable member having a therapeutic agent disposed thereon and a fibrous matrix covering f ...