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Jonathan S Stinson, Claude O Clerc, David W Mayer: Titanium alloy self-expanding stent. Schneider, Faegre & Benson, March 30, 1999: US05888201 (371 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding stent formed from helically wound and braided filaments of titanium or titanium alloys such as Ti-13Zr-13Nb.


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Roger W Dahl, David W Mayer: Catheter assembly. Cardiac Pacemakers, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, December 24, 1985: US04559951 (299 worldwide citation)

A catheter assembly designed for long term or short term implantation in an animal body comprising a flexible tube of a biocompatible polymeric material in which plural electrical conductors are helically wound at a predetermined pitch with the conductors being laterally offset from one another and ...


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David W Mayer: Clad composite stent. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai P A, May 20, 1997: US05630840 (220 worldwide citation)

A body compatible stent is formed of multiple filaments arranged in at least two sets of oppositely directed helical windings interwoven with one another in a braided configuration. Each of the filaments is a composite including a central core and a case surrounding the core. In the more preferred v ...


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David W Mayer: Clad composite stent. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai P A, May 13, 1997: US05628787 (172 worldwide citation)

A body compatible stent is formed of multiple filaments arranged in two sets of oppositely directed helical windings interwoven with one another in a braided configuration. Each of the filaments is a composite including a central core and a case surrounding the core. In the more preferred version, t ...


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David W Mayer: Clad composite stent. Schneider, Peter C Richardson, Lawrence C Akers, Philip C Strassburger, October 20, 1998: US05824077 (147 worldwide citation)

A body compatible stent is formed of multiple filaments arranged in two sets of oppositely directed helical windings interwoven with one another in a braided configuration. Each of the filaments is a composite including a central core and a case surrounding the core. In the more preferred version, t ...


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Kenneth E Cobian, Michael J Ebert, Peter B McIntyre, David W Mayer: Coiled wire conductor insulation for biomedical lead. Medtronic, Reed A Duthler, Harold R Patton, August 18, 1998: US05796044 (128 worldwide citation)

A biomedical lead conductor body formed of a coiled wire conductor that is sheathed loosely within a coiled insulative sheath of biocompatible and biostable material allowing a gap or space to be present between the exterior surface of the coiled wire conductor and the adjacent interior surface of t ...


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David W Mayer: Clad composite stent. Schneider, Haugen and Nikolai P A, September 1, 1998: US05800511 (118 worldwide citation)

A body compatible stent is formed of multiple filaments arranged in two sets of oppositely directed helical windings interwoven with one another in a braided configuration. Each of the filaments is a composite including a central core and a case surrounding the core. In the more preferred version, t ...


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David W Mayer, Byron L Gilman, Susan M Walgren, June M Berglund: Soluble covering for cardiac pacing electrode. Cardiac Pacemakers, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Frederick W Niebuhr, May 9, 1989: US04827940 (113 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible covering, soluble in body fluids, surrounds the fixation helix of an implantable cardiac electrode as the electrode, and its adjoining lead, are inserted intravenously to a selected cardiac chamber. The covering size and shape are selected for protection of blood vessels and other bo ...


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David W Mayer: Cable management solution for rack-mounted computers. Hewlett Packard Company, Kevin M Hart, October 23, 2001: US06305556 (111 worldwide citation)

A hinging cable management arm is disposed inside a rack behind a slidingly mounted computer. The arm folds and unfolds as the computer slides into and out of the rack. Cables from the computer are secured to the arm with cable ties. The arm includes two elongate members hingingly coupled to one ano ...


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David W Mayer: Clad composite stent. SciMed Life Systems, Fish & Richardson P C, March 4, 2003: US06527802 (103 worldwide citation)

A body compatible stent is formed of multiple filaments arranged in at least two sets of oppositely directed helical windings interwoven with one another in a braided configuration. Each of the filaments is a composite including a central core and a case surrounding the core. In the more preferred v ...