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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Lynn Thompson, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, March 23, 2004: US06709667 (137 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Ashish Khera, Don Gurskis, Dai Ton That, Betsy Swann, Steven Bacich: Insertion/deployment catheter system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Mark D Barrish Esq, Townsend & Townsend & Crew, July 20, 2004: US06763833 (81 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. A distal portion of the contraceptive device can function as a guidewire. The proximal portion may rema ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 3, 2011: US07934504 (41 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, March 24, 2009: US07506650 (31 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Quang Tran, Christopher A Stout, Elisa J Aldridge, Betsy Swann: Medical devices and methods of making and using such devices. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 20, 2010: US07699056 (25 worldwide citation)

Devices, such as medical devices for inhibiting conception, and methods of using and/or making these devices. In one aspect of the disclosure, a medical device has a delivery system and a first insert, which is removably coupled to the delivery system and which is designed to be deployed within a po ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 22, 2009: US07591268 (22 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Betsy Swann, Christopher A Stout, Julian Cruzada, Vidya Gopal, Charlotte Hermanto: Devices and methods for occluding a fallopian tube. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 2, 2011: US07987853 (22 worldwide citation)

Devices and method for occluding a fallopian tube. The devices, in one embodiment, may include a plurality of expandable occluding members coupled by respective dissolvable connecting members.


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Betsy Swann, Dai Ton, Ashish Khera: Methods and devices for deployment into a lumen. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 7, 2012: US08235047 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention described is directed to an intracorporeal occluding device having elements with non-traumatic ends and devices, systems and methods for occluding the lumens of anatomical passageways and/or for delivering drugs or other substances to the bodies of human or animal subjects.


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Ashish Khera, Don Gurskis, Dai Ton That, Betsy Swann, Steven Bacich: Insertion/deployment catheter system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 3, 2007: US07237552 (10 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. A distal portion of the contraceptive device can function as a guidewire. The proximal portion may rema ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 20, 2011: US08079364 (8 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...