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Thomas Jenkins, Eric Goldfarb, Tom Thanh Vo, Joshua Makower, Robert N Wood Jr, Ronda M Heiser, Christopher Larsen, Daniel T Harfe: Methods and apparatus for treating disorders of the ear nose and throat. Acclarent, Steptoe & Johnson, April 9, 2013: US08414473 (65 worldwide citation)

A device for dilating an ostium of a paranasal sinus of a human or animal subject may include: a handle; an elongate shaft having a proximal end coupled with the handle and extending to a distal end; a guidewire disposed through at least a portion of the shaft lumen; a dilator having a non-expanded ...


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Eric Goldfarb, Thomas R Jenkins, Isaac J Kim, Tom T Vo, Thomas J Wisted, Daniel T Harfe: Endoscopic methods and devices for transnasal procedures. Acclarent, Steptoe & Johnson, April 3, 2012: US08146400 (57 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, systems and methods that are useable to facilitate transnasal insertion and positioning of guidewires and various other devices and instruments at desired locations within the ear, nose, throat, paranasal sinuses or cranium. Direct viewing of such placements via an endoscope.


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Eric Goldfarb, Thomas R Jenkins, Isaac J Kim, Tom T Vo, Thomas J Wisted, Daniel T Harfe: Endoscopic methods and devices for transnasal procedures. Acclarent, Frost Browd Todd, October 18, 2016: US09468362 (4 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, systems and methods that are useable to facilitate transnasal insertion and positioning of guidewires and various other devices and instruments at desired locations within the ear, nose, throat, paranasal sinuses or cranium. Direct viewing of such placements via an endoscope.


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Eric Goldfarb, Thomas R Jenkins, Isaac J Kim, Tom T Vo, Thomas J Wisted, Daniel T Harfe: Endoscopic methods and devices for transnasal procedures. Acclarent, Frost Brown Todd, January 31, 2017: US09554691 (1 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, systems and methods that are useable to facilitate transnasal insertion and positioning of guidewires and various other devices and instruments at desired locations within the ear, nose, throat, paranasal sinuses or cranium. Direct viewing of such placements via an endoscope.


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Ketan P Muni, Hung V Ha, Randy S Chan, Daniel T Harfe, Howard Levine: Devices and methods for treating maxillary sinus disease. Acclarent, May 31, 2016: US09351750 (1 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are described for improving drainage and/or aeration of maxillary sinuses and for treating maxillary sinus disease. Spacer devices are implanted through natural or man-made openings in the maxillary sinus. In some embodiments, the spacer device is loaded with a therapeutic substa ...


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Thomas R Jenkins, Eric Goldfarb, Tom Thanh Vo, Joshua Makower, Robert N Wood, Ronda M Heiser, Christopher Larsen, Daniel T Harfe: Methods and apparatus for treating disorders of the ear nose and throat. Acclarent, Frost Brown Todd, November 28, 2017: US09826999

A device for dilating an ostium of a paranasal sinus of a human or animal subject may include: a handle; an elongate shaft having a proximal end coupled with the handle and extending to a distal end; a guidewire disposed through at least a portion of the shaft lumen; a dilator having a non-expanded ...


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Randy J Kesten, Daniel T Harfe, Eric Goldfarb: Uncinate process support for ethmoid infundibulum illumination. Acclarent, Frost Brown Todd, April 18, 2017: US09623213

A dilation apparatus comprises an elongate member and a dilation assembly that is slidable along the elongate member. The dilation assembly comprises a platform and an inflatable dilator. The platform and the elongate member cooperate to absorb inflation forces from the dilator directed toward the l ...


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Randy J Kesten, Daniel T Harfe, Eric Goldfarb: Uncinate process support for ethmoid infundibulum illumination. Acclarent, Frost Brown Todd, April 11, 2017: US09615959

A dilation apparatus comprises an elongate member and a dilation assembly that is slidable along the elongate member. The dilation assembly comprises a platform and an inflatable dilator. The platform and the elongate member cooperate to absorb inflation forces from the dilator directed toward the l ...


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Eric Goldfarb, Thomas R Jenkins, Isaac J Kim, Tom T Vo, Thomas J Wisted, Daniel T Harfe: Endoscopic methods and devices for transnasal procedures. Law Office Of Alan W Cannon, December 20, 2007: US20070293726-A1

Medical devices, systems and methods that are useable to facilitate transnasal insertion and positioning of guidewires and various other devices and instruments at desired locations within the ear, nose, throat, paranasal sinuses or cranium. Direct viewing of such placements via an endoscope.


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Eric Goldfarb, Thomas R Jenkins, Isaac J Kim, Tom T Vo, Thomas J Wisted, Daniel T Harfe: Endoscopic methods and devices for transnasal procedures. Law Office Of Alan W Cannon, December 6, 2007: US20070282305-A1

Medical devices, systems and methods that are useable to facilitate transnasal insertion and positioning of guidewires and various other devices and instruments at desired locations within the ear, nose, throat, paranasal sinuses or cranium. Direct viewing of such placements via an endoscope.