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Mark Deem, Hanson Gifford III, Denise Demarais, Douglas Sutton, Erik Thai, Mark Gelfand, Howard R Levin: Methods and apparatus for renal neuromodulation. Ardian, Perkins Coie, January 26, 2010: US07653438 (380 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for renal neuromodulation using a pulsed electric field to effectuate electroporation or electrofusion. It is expected that renal neuromodulation (e.g., denervation) may, among other things, reduce expansion of an acute myocardial infarction, reduce or prevent the ...


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Denise Demarais, Hanson Gifford III, Mark Deem, Douglas Sutton, Howard R Levin, Mark Gelfand: Methods for catheter-based renal denervation. Ardian, Perkins Coie, April 3, 2012: US08150520 (254 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for treating end-stage renal disease, e.g., via a pulsed electric field, via a stimulation electric field, via localized drug delivery, via high frequency ultrasound, via thermal techniques, etc. Such neuromodulation may effectuate irreversible electroporation or e ...


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Denise Demarais, Hanson Gifford III, Mark Deem, Douglas Sutton, Howard R Levin, Mark Gelfand: Methods for renal neuromodulation. Ardian, Perkins Coie, March 27, 2012: US08145317 (247 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for treating hypertension, e.g., via a pulsed electric field, via a stimulation electric field, via localized drug delivery, via high frequency ultrasound, via thermal techniques, etc. Such neuromodulation may effectuate irreversible electroporation or electrofusio ...


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Denise Demarais, Hanson Gifford III, Mark Deem, Douglas Sutton, Howard R Levin, Mark Gelfand: Methods and apparatus for bilateral renal neuromodulation. Ardian, Perkins Coie, April 3, 2012: US08150519 (247 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for bilateral renal neuromodulation, e.g., via a pulsed electric field, via a stimulation electric field, via localized drug delivery, via high frequency ultrasound, via thermal techniques, etc. Such neuromodulation may effectuate irreversible electroporation or el ...


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Denise Demarais, Hanson Gifford III, Mark Deem, Douglas Sutton, Howard R Levin, Mark Gelfand: Methods for treating a condition or disease associated with cardio-renal function. Ardian, Perkins Coie, May 8, 2012: US08175711 (243 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for treating congestive heart failure, e.g., via a pulsed electric field, via a stimulation electric field, via localized drug delivery, via high frequency ultrasound, via thermal techniques, etc. Such neuromodulation may effectuate irreversible electroporation or ...


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Mark E Deem, Hanson S Gifford III, Ronald French, Douglas Sutton: Methods and devices for use in performing pulmonary procedures. Emphasys Medical, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, January 20, 2004: US06679264 (200 worldwide citation)

Systems, methods and devices for performing pulmonary procedures, and in particular treating lung disease. A flow control element includes a valve that prevents airflow in the inhalation direction but permits airflow in the exhalation direction. The flow control element is guided to and positioned a ...


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Mark Deem, Denise Demarais, Douglas Sutton, Hanson Gifford III, Howard R Levin, Mark Gelfand, Benjamin J Clark: Methods and apparatus for renal neuromodulation. Ardian, Perkins Coie, March 27, 2012: US08145316 (156 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for renal neuromodulation using a pulsed electric field to effectuate electroporation or electrofusion. It is expected that renal neuromodulation (e.g., denervation) may, among other things, reduce expansion of an acute myocardial infarction, reduce or prevent the ...


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Mark E Deem, Hanson S Gifford III, Ronald French, Douglas Sutton: Methods and devices for use in performing pulmonary procedures. Emphasys Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, Fred C Hernandez, Stephanie L Seidman, January 11, 2005: US06840243 (143 worldwide citation)

Systems, methods and devices for performing pulmonary procedures, and in particular treating lung disease. A flow control element includes a valve that prevents airflow in the inhalation direction but permits airflow in the exhalation direction. The flow control element is guided to and positioned a ...


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Mark E Deem, Hanson S Gifford III, Ronald French, Douglas Sutton: Methods and devices for use in performing pulmonary procedures. Emphasys Medical, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, June 7, 2005: US06901927 (115 worldwide citation)

An implantable flow control element is provided which prevents air from entering an isolated portion of a patient's lung. The element may permit air to escape from the isolated portion so that the element acts like a valve. Systems for implanting pulmonary devices are also provided.


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Mark E Deem, Hanson S Gifford III, Ronald French, Douglas Sutton: Methods and devices for use in performing pulmonary procedures. Emphasys Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, Fred C Hernandez, January 23, 2007: US07165548 (60 worldwide citation)

Systems, methods and devices for performing pulmonary procedures, and in particular treating lung disease. A flow control element includes a valve that prevents airflow in the inhalation direction but permits airflow in the exhalation direction. The flow control element is guided to and positioned a ...