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Daniel R Burnett: Pyloric valve corking device and method. Medventure Associates IV, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, February 7, 2006: US06994095 (110 worldwide citation)

Pyloric valve corking devices and methods are described herein. The devices generally include an occluding member which expands from a first configuration to a larger second configuration and a bridging member extending from the occluding member. The bridging member has a length which passes at leas ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. Novashunt, Franco A Serafini Esq, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps, December 25, 2007: US07311690 (103 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett, Gregory W Hall, Jordan T Bajor, Winfield Scott Fisher, Tibor Laszlo Hites: Medical device delivery catheter. BAROnova, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, March 25, 2008: US07347868 (77 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for delivering a medical device to a location in a patient's body includes an elongate catheter body having a proximal end and a distal end, a pod coupled with the distal end of the catheter body and adapted to house the medical device during delivery to the location and to open to release ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. March 27, 2007: US07195608 (48 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett, Gregory W Hall, Roxanne Richman, David A Gallup, Annette Campbell White: Pyloric valve obstructing devices and methods. BAROnova, Levine Bagade Han, November 1, 2011: US08048169 (24 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices and systems facilitate intermittent and/or partial obstruction of a pyloric valve. Devices generally include a support portion for preventing the device from passing through the pyloric valve and a tissue engagement portion for contacting tissue adjacent the pyloric valve to obstruc ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management device for the removal of excess fluid. Sequana Medical, Foley & Lardner, Nicola A Pisano, Christopher C Bolten, March 19, 2013: US08398577 (20 worldwide citation)

A device for removing fluid from a first bodily cavity and for directing that fluid into a second bodily cavity while avoiding risks of infection and, in one embodiment, excessive dehydration of the first bodily cavity. The device includes an uptake tube having a proximal end in fluid communication ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. NovaShunt, Jones Day, Nicola A Pisano, Jaime D Choi, November 24, 2009: US07621886 (17 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. NovaShunt, Jones Day, Nicola A Pisano, Christopher C Bolten, March 22, 2011: US07909790 (16 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett, Gregory W Hall: Dialysis implant and methods of use. Sequana Medical, Jones Day, Nicola A Pisano, Christopher C Bolten, June 19, 2012: US08202248 (12 worldwide citation)

A device and methods for treating renal failure are disclosed. One embodiment of the device is an implantable peritoneal dialysis device. When in use, the device can have a semi-permeable reservoir implanted in the peritoneal cavity. The reservoir can receive blood waste and drain through one or mor ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Methods and devices for performing electrical stimulation to treat various conditions. EMKinetics, Levine Bagade Han, April 7, 2015: US09002477 (10 worldwide citation)

In certain variations, systems and/or methods for electromagnetic induction therapy are provided. One or more ergonomic or body contoured applicators may be included. The applicators include one or more conductive coils configured to generate an electromagnetic or magnetic field focused on a target ...