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John H Burton, Bradford G Staehle: Device for slowly dilating the prostatic urethra. American Medical Systems, Peter C Richardson, Lawrence C Akers, J Trevor Lumb, December 31, 1996: US05588965 (39 worldwide citation)

A device for dilating at least an obstructed portion of the urethra, includes a urinary catheter having a proximal portion and a distal portion; a dilation balloon capable of expanding radially outwardly disposed between the proximal and distal portion of the catheter; and a pressure source capable ...


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Rick M Odland, Scott R Wilson, Bradford G Staehle: Flexible catheter. Twin Star Medical, Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 22, 2015: US09138559 (7 worldwide citation)

A catheter (100) is disclosed that includes a reinforced hollow fiber (114) and is suitable for insertion- in a body tissue in order to deliver and/or recover fluids to and/or from the tissue. In one embodiment, the catheter comprises a combination of catheter body (112), hollow fiber region (114), ...


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Rick Mathew Odland, Bradford G Staehle, Scott R Wilson: Conductive injection and aspiration device and method. Twin Star Medical, Fredrikson & Byron PA, September 4, 2012: US08260411 (1 worldwide citation)

A medical device having incorporated electrodes that can be used for delivering drugs or other therapeutic fluids at a uniform rate over an extended area to an internal anatomical location of a patient's body. The device can also be used for aspirating excess fluid from an internal anatomical locati ...


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Stephen L Bolea, Robert L Rykhus Jr, Sidney F Hauschild, Johann J Neisz, Mark Polyak, Bradford G Staehle: Retrievable stent and method of use thereof. American Medical Systems, Attension Jeffrey J Hohenshell, American Medical Systems, December 12, 2002: US20020188344-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A removable stent system and method for extraction of a removable stent from a target site is disclosed. The removable stent includes-a removable stent having a collapsible end and a collapsing element configured for coupling with a removal tool. The collapsing element can be configured as a lasso o ...


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Stephen L Bolea, Robert L Rykhus, Sidney F Hauschild, Johann J Neisz, Mark Polyak, Bradford G Staehle: Retrievable stent and method of use thereof. Kagan Binder Pllc, April 14, 2005: US20050080480-A1

A removable stent system and method for extraction of a removable stent from a target site is disclosed. The removable stent includes a removable stent having a collapsible end and a collapsing element configured for coupling with a removal tool. The collapsing element can be configured as a lasso o ...


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Rick M Odland, Scott R Wilson, Bradford G Staehle: Assay catheter with pressure monitoring. Twin Star Medical, Intellectual Property Group, Fredrikson & Byron Pa, April 29, 2010: US20100106140-A1

An apparatus adapted to position a functional device tip, such as a sensor, in a body site having both fluid and non-fluid tissue components, in a manner that substantially mitigates the impingement of non-fluid tissue impingement on the device tip. One such apparatus can be used to both remove flui ...


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Rich M Odland, Scott R Wilson, Bradford G Staehle: Flexible catheter. Twin Star Medical, July 21, 2011: US20110178505-A1

A catheter (100) is disclosed that includes a reinforced hollow fiber (114) and is suitable for insertion—in a body tissue in order to deliver and/or recover fluids to and/or from the tissue. In one embodiment, the catheter comprises a combination of catheter body (112), hollow fiber region (114), a ...