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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt, Jeffrey J Shultz, John D Ockuly, John J Fleischhacker: Coronary sinus catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, June 13, 1995: US05423772 (111 worldwide citation)

A catheter for insertion in the ostium of the coronary sinus in the right atrium comprised of a main reinforced portion, an intermediate zone portion and a soft tip portion wherein a portion of the catheter is curved in a double curve, wherein the first curve is a first longitudinal curve, wherein t ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt, Jeffrey J Shultz, John D Ockuly, John J Fleischhacker: Coronary sinus catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, August 27, 1996: US05549581 (99 worldwide citation)

A catheter for insertion in the ostium of the coronary sinus in the right atrium comprised of a main reinforced portion, an intermediate zone portion and a soft tip portion wherein a portion of the catheter is curved in a double curve, wherein the first curve is a first longitudinal curve, wherein t ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt: Methods and devices for performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. CPRX, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 1, 2001: US06224562 (98 worldwide citation)

Provided are exemplary devices and methods for increasing cardiopulmonary circulation when performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In one exemplary method, a patient's chest is actively compressed during a compression phase. At least some of the respiratory muscles are stimulated to contract ...


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Keith G Lurie, Jean Jacques Blanc, David G Benditt, Daniel J Starks: Guiding introducer for introducing medical devices into the coronary sinus and process for using same. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, August 21, 2001: US06277107 (97 worldwide citation)

A coronary sinus guiding introducer utilized to introduce medical devices, such as electrode leads, into the coronary sinus of a human heart. This guiding introducer contains a precurved distal portion, which curves through an arc of about 50 to 150 degrees. Preferably, the distal portion contains a ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt, Todd M Zielinski, Wolfgang Voeckel, Robert Patterson: Stimulatory device and methods to enhance venous blood return during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. CPRx, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, November 6, 2001: US06312399 (81 worldwide citation)

The invention provides exemplary devices and methods for increasing cardiopulmonary circulation when performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In one exemplary method, a patient's chest is actively compressed during a compression phase. At least some of the respiratory muscles are stimulated to ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt: Device and method for performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. CPRX, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 22, 2001: US06234985 (75 worldwide citation)

Exemplary devices and methods for increasing cardiopulmonary circulation when performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In one exemplary method, a patient's chest is actively compressed during a compression phase. The diaphragm is then stimulated to contract during a recovery phase to cause an ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt, Jeffrey J Shultz, John David Ockuly, John J Fleischhacker: Coronary sinus catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, March 3, 1998: US05722963 (65 worldwide citation)

A catheter for insertion in the ostium of the coronary sinus in the right atrium comprised of a main reinforced portion, an intermediate zone portion and a soft tip portion wherein a portion of the catheter is curved in a double curve, wherein the first curve is a first longitudinal curve, wherein t ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt, Jeffrey J Shultz, John David Ockuly, John J Fleischhacker: Coronary sinus catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, November 16, 1999: US05984909 (64 worldwide citation)

A catheter for insertion in the ostium of the coronary sinus in the right atrium comprised of a main reinforced portion, an intermediate zone portion and a soft tip portion wherein a portion of the catheter is curved in a double curve, wherein the first curve is a first longitudinal curve, wherein t ...


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Keith G Lurie, David G Benditt, Jeffrey J Shultz, John David Ockuly, John J Fleischhacker: Coronary sinus catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, July 1, 1997: US05643231 (64 worldwide citation)

A catheter for insertion in the ostium of the coronary sinus in the right atrium comprised of a main reinforced portion, an intermediate zone portion and a soft tip portion, wherein a portion of the catheter is curved in a compound curve formed by a first and second curve, wherein the second curve m ...


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Keith G Lurie, Jean Jacques Blanc, David G Benditt, Daniel J Starks: Guiding introducer for introducing medical devices into the coronary sinus and process for using same. St Jude Medical, Scott R Cox, December 2, 2003: US06656166 (63 worldwide citation)

A coronary sinus guiding introducer utilized to introduce medical devices, such as electrode leads, into the coronary sinus of a human heart. This guiding introducer contains a precurved distal portion, which curves through an arc of about 50 to 150 degrees. Preferably, the distal portion contains a ...