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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui: Polymer covered vaso-occlusive devices and methods of producing such devices. Scimed Life Systems, Morrison & Foerster, August 28, 2001: US06280457 (200 worldwide citation)

This is a medical device for forming an embolism within the vasculature of a patient. More particularly, it concerns an occlusion device comprising an inner core covered with a polymer. The medical device encourages cellular attachment and growth while maintaining favorable handling, deployment and ...


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Michael P Wallace, Francisco S Villar, Nga Thi Van, Nestor Aganon, Delilah Yin Hui: Vaso-occlusive coil with conical end. Target Therapeutics, Morrison & Foerster, March 31, 1998: US05733329 (126 worldwide citation)

This is an implantable vaso-occlusive coil which is implanted using minimally invasive surgical techniques. It is a complex, helically wound coil made up of a primary helically wound coil which is then wound into a specific secondary shape. The secondary shape is itself a series of helical turns. At ...


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Michael P Wallace, Marc Alan Levine, Delilah Yin Hui, Mary M Chen, Liem Ho: Stable coil designs. Target Therapeutics, Morrison & Foerster, November 27, 2001: US06322576 (115 worldwide citation)

This is an implantable vaso-occlusive device. The device has a complex, three-dimensional structure in a relaxed configuration that may be used in the approximate shape of an anatomical cavity. It may be deployed in the approximate shape of a sphere, an ovoid, a clover, a box-like structure or other ...


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Michael P Wallace, Marc Alan Levine, Delilah Yin Hui, Mary M Chen, Liem Ho: Stable coil designs. Boston Scientific SciMed, Bingham McCuthchen, March 1, 2005: US06860893 (110 worldwide citation)

This is an implantable vaso-occlusive device. The device has a complex, three-dimensional structure in a relaxed configuration that may be used in the approximate shape of an anatomical cavity. It may be deployed in the approximate shape of a sphere, an ovoid, a clover, a box-like structure or other ...


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Michael P Wallace, Francisco S Villar, Nga Thi Van, Nestor Aganon, Delilah Yin Hui: Vaso-occlusive coil with conical end. Target Therapeutics, Bingham McCutchen, December 9, 2003: US06660020 (58 worldwide citation)

This is an implantable vaso-occlusive coil which is implanted using minimally invasive surgical techniques. It is a complex, helically wound coil made up of a primary helically wound coil which is then wound into a specific secondary shape. The secondary shape is itself a series of helical turns. At ...


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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui, Elaine Lee: Absorbable implantable vaso-occlusive member. Scimed Life Systems, Robins & Pasternak, July 1, 2003: US06585754 (37 worldwide citation)

Compositions comprising absorbable implantable vaso-occlusive members are described. Also described are methods of making and using these absorbable vaso-occlusive compositions.


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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui: Polymer covered vaso-occlusive devices and methods of producing such devices. Stryker Corporation, Stryker NV Operations, Vista IP Law Group, May 8, 2012: US08172862 (7 worldwide citation)

This is a medical device for forming an embolism within the vasculature of a patient. More particularly, it concerns an occlusion device comprising an inner core covered with a polymer. The medical device encourages cellular attachment and growth while maintaining favorable handling, deployment and ...


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Alexander Leynov, Delilah Yin Hui, David Barry: Expandable framework with overlapping connectors. Boston Scientific Scimed, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, June 29, 2010: US07744641 (5 worldwide citation)

A stent may comprise a plurality of serpentine bands and connectors. A first connector may overlap a second connector when the stent is unexpanded. The first connector may also overlap the second connector in an unexpanded state when the stent is subject to compressive forces in the local area of th ...


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Masoud Molaei, Beren W Correa, John Peckham, Alexander Leynov, Stephen Christopher Porter, Robert Z Obara, Delilah Yin Hui: Medical devices including metallic films. Boston Scientific Scimed, Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni PLLC, April 7, 2015: US08998973 (1 worldwide citation)

An endoprosthesis for deployment within a body passage includes a framework and a metallic film, which can circumferentially surround the framework or be surrounded by the framework. The framework and metallic film can be attached without using a third material, e.g., without sewing. The framework c ...


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Alexander Leynov, Delilah Yin Hui, David Barry: Expandable framework with overlapping connectors. Boston Scientific Scimed, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, October 16, 2012: US08287588 (1 worldwide citation)

A stent may comprise a plurality of serpentine bands and connectors. A first connector may overlap a second connector when the stent is unexpanded. The first connector may also overlap the second connector in an unexpanded state when the stent is subject to compressive forces in the local area of th ...