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Stanley R Kellenberger, Vincent B Newbill, Daniel T Quillin, Wendy L Van Dyke, James Hongxue Wang, Jennifer L Marvin: Elastomeric nonwoven with attached superabsorbent polymer. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Armstrong Teasdale, April 8, 2008: US07355091 (6 worldwide citation)

Absorbent, elastomeric materials and methods of making absorbent, elastomeric materials. The absorbent, elastomeric materials include an elastomeric substrate and a superabsorbent polymer non-adhesively attached to the substrate. The elastomeric substrate includes at least one nonwoven, and may incl ...


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Cass A Hanson, Barry E Rudman, Ajay Gupta, Daniel T Quillin: Integrated crossing balloon catheter. Boston Scientific Scimed, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, July 14, 2015: US09079000

An integrated crossing balloon catheter. The catheter includes a hub assembly secured to the proximal end of the catheter shaft, an inflatable balloon secured to the distal end of the catheter shaft, and a stiffening tube positioned over the inflatable balloon and a distal end portion of the cathete ...


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Cass A Hanson, Hong Cao, John Jianhua Chen, Derek C Sutermeister, Daniel T Quillin, Gary J Pederson Jr: Medical devices for renal nerve ablation. Boston Scientific Scimed, December 5, 2017: US09833283

Medical devices and methods for making and using the same are disclosed. An example medical device may include a medical device for renal nerve ablation. The medical device may include an elongate shaft having a distal region. An expandable member may be coupled to the distal region. A plurality of ...


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James M Anderson, Derek C Sutermeister, Daniel T Quillin, Cass A Hanson, Adam J Royer, Thomas P Jancaric, Jeffrey S Lindquist: Radio frequency (RF) balloon catheter having flushing and cooling capability. BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SCIMED, February 20, 2018: US09895194

An intravascular catheter and related methods of use or manufacture are disclosed. The catheter includes an outer tubular member having a proximal end and a distal end, and an inner tubular member having a proximal end and a distal end. An inflatable balloon have a proximal end waist coupled to the ...


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Patrick A Haverkost, Joel N Groff, Martin R Willard, Timothy A Ostroot, Derek C Sutermeister, Cass A Hanson, Daniel T Quillin, Joel R Munsinger: Renal denervation balloon catheter with ride along electrode support. Boston Scientific Scimed, April 17, 2018: US09943365

A renal nerve ablation device may include an elongate tubular member having a distal region. An expandable member may be coupled to the distal region. An electrode support may be coupled to the distal region of the elongate tubular member and extend over a body of the expandable member. The electrod ...


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Cass A Hanson, Robert N Squire, Daniel T Quillin, Derek C Sutermeister: Medical devices for modulating nerves. Boston Scientific Scimed, July 4, 2017: US09693821

Medical devices and methods for making and using medical devices are disclosed. An example medical device may include a medical device for modulating nerves. The medical device may include an elongate shaft having a distal region. A balloon may be coupled to the distal region. An electrode may be di ...


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Pu Zhou, Huisun Wang, Daniel T Quillin: Subintimal reentry system. BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SCIMED, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, February 28, 2017: US09579489

A subintimal recanalization catheter system for recanalizing a blood vessel. The system includes a support catheter and a balloon catheter configured to extend through the support catheter. The support catheter includes a tubular portion and an extension segment extending distal of the distal openin ...


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Stanley R Kellenberger, Vincent B Newbill, Daniel T Quillin, Wendy L Van Dyke, James Hongxue Wang, Jennifer L Marvin: Elastomeric nonwoven with attached superabsorbent polymer. Pauley Petersen Kinne & Erickson, March 18, 2004: US20040054341-A1

Absorbent, elastomeric materials and methods of making absorbent, elastomeric materials. The absorbent, elastomeric materials include an elastomeric substrate and a superabsorbent polymer non-adhesively attached to the substrate. The elastomeric substrate includes at least one nonwoven, and may incl ...


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Cass A Hanson, Daniel T Quillin, Barry L Rudman, Ajay Gupta: Catheter with variable stiffness. Boston Scientific Scimed, October 4, 2012: US20120253193-A1

Medical devices and methods for making and using medical devices are disclosed. An example medical device may include an elongate inner member having a guidewire lumen extending therethrough. An outer member may be disposed about the inner member. An inflation lumen may be formed between the inner m ...