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George S Abela, Stephan E Friedl, Eric D Mathews: Cardiac ablation catheters and method. Abela Laser Systems, University of Florida, William L Feeney, Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke, November 7, 1995: US05464404 (162 worldwide citation)

A catheter uses a steerable outer catheter with an inner catheter rotatable and extendable with respect to the outer catheter. The outer catheter may be positioned within a patient's heart and a portion of the outer catheter may provide movement like that of a windshield wiper by manipulation of a s ...


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George S Abela, Stephan E Friedl, Eric D Mathews: Cardiac ablation catheters and method. Abela Laser Systems, University of Florida, William L Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke P C Feeney, November 19, 1996: US05575787 (60 worldwide citation)

A catheter uses a steerable outer catheter with an inner catheter rotatable and extendable with respect to the outer catheter. The outer catheter may be positioned within a patient's heart and a portion of the outer catheter may provide movement like that of a windshield wiper by manipulation of a s ...


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George S Abela, Stephan E Friedl, Eric D Mathews: Optical fiber catheter and method. Abela Laser Systems, University of Florida Research Foundation, William L Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke P C Feeney, July 29, 1997: US05651785 (32 worldwide citation)

A catheter uses a steerable outer catheter with an inner catheter rotatable and extendable with respect to the outer catheter. The outer catheter may be positioned within a patient's heart and a portion of the outer catheter may provide movement like that of a windshield wiper by manipulation of a s ...


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George S Abela, Stephan E Friedl, Eric D Mathews, Russell W Bowden: Cardiac catheter anchoring. Abela Laser Systems, University of Florida Research Foundation, William L Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke P C Feeney, July 21, 1998: US05782824 (16 worldwide citation)

A catheter uses a steerable outer catheter with an inner catheter rotatable and extendable with respect to the outer catheter. The outer catheter may be positioned within a patient's heart and a portion of the outer catheter may provide movement like that of a windshield wiper by manipulation of a s ...


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George S Abela, Stephan E Friedl, Eric D Mathews: Mapping catheter and method. Abela Laser Systems, University of Florida Research Foundation, William L Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke P C Feeney, July 29, 1997: US05651786 (13 worldwide citation)

A catheter uses a steerable outer catheter with an inner catheter rotatable and extendable with respect to the outer catheter. The outer catheter may be positioned within a patient's heart and a portion of the outer catheter may provide movement like that of a windshield wiper by manipulation of a s ...


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Eric D Mathews, Paul J Dobson: Snare device. Primus Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, December 31, 2002: US06500185 (11 worldwide citation)

An instrument for removal of an object, e.g., a blood clot lodged in a blood vessel, has a longitudinally extending support that defines an axis. The support has a flexible distal section and a rigid proximal section. The flexible distal section has a compressed state, in which it defines a first pa ...


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Eric D Mathews, Paul J Dobson: Snare with anti-skewing. Primus Medical, Fish & Richardson P C, November 25, 2003: US06652536 (11 worldwide citation)

An instrument for removal of an object, e.g., a blood clot lodged in a blood vessel, has a longitudinally extending support that defines an axis. The support has a flexible distal section having a compressed state, in which it defines a first path relative to the axis. A core-wire extending along th ...


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Eric D Mathews, Andrew M Whitehead, John R Panicci: Guidewire formed with composite construction and method for making the same. Concert Medical, Pandiscio & Pandiscio, June 8, 2010: US07731669 (9 worldwide citation)

A composite guidewire comprising a proximal wire segment having a proximal end, a distal end and a longitudinal axis extending therebetween, the distal end being formed with a first flat planar bonding face which extends parallel to the longitudinal axis, the proximal wire segment having a first ela ...


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Eric D Mathews, Andrew M Whitehead, John R Panicci: Guidewire formed with composite construction and method for making the same. Mark J Pandiscio, Pandiscio & Pandiscio, December 6, 2007: US20070282270-A1

A composite guidewire comprising a proximal wire segment having a proximal end, a distal end and a longitudinal axis extending therebetween, the distal end being formed with a first flat planar bonding face which extends parallel to the longitudinal axis, the proximal wire segment having a first ela ...


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Eric D Mathews, Paul J Dobson: Snare with anti-skewing. Faustino A Lichauco, Fish & Richardson PC, October 31, 2002: US20020161397-A1

An instrument for removal of an object, e.g., a blood clot lodged in a blood vessel, has a longitudinally extending support that defines an axis. The support has a flexible distal section having a compressed state, in which it defines a first path relative to the axis. A core-wire extending along th ...