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Georges Boussignac, Jean Claude Labrune: Cardio-vascular catheter for shooting a laser beam. Fisher Christen & Sabol, May 23, 1989: US04832024 (167 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a catheter for shooting a laser beam, comprising an optical fiber contained in a sheath, as well as an optical system, wherein said optical system obturates the distal end of said sheath, and, between the distal end of said optical fiber and said optical system, there is fo ...


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Georges Boussignac, Jean Claude Labrune: Probe intended to be introduced within a living body. Fisher Christen & Sabol, March 19, 1991: US05000734 (130 worldwide citation)

A probe intended to be introduced within a living body, of the type comprising an elongated structure adapted to be introduced in a canal in said living body conveying a fluid, and presenting, at its end intended to be introduced in the canal, a single bag element connected to said structure, surrou ...


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Georges Boussignac, Jean Claude Labrune: Dilatation catheter for perfusion. Laboratoire Nycomed Ingenop, Ladas & Parry, January 3, 1995: US05378237 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a dilatation catheter designed to be introduced into a canal of the body. The invention finds a particular application in the treatment of diseases of the coronary arteries. According to the invention, the balloon has an outer wall designed to come into contact with ...


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Georges Boussignac: Respiratory assistance apparatus. Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, October 22, 2002: US06467482 (62 worldwide citation)

According to the invention, the respiratory assistance apparatus comprising a chamber (


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Georges Boussignac, Pierre Hilaire: Implantable device and delivery system to reestablish or maintain a bodily canal. Laboratoires Nycomed, James J Leary, May 9, 2000: US06059808 (56 worldwide citation)

The subject of the present invention is an implantable device intended to reestablish or maintain the normal passage cross section of a bodily canal, of the type comprising an elongate framework which can expand radially between a first, contracted state of reduced diameter and a second, expanded st ...


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Georges Boussignac, Pierre Hilaire, Pascal Pendaries: System for temporarily obturating an orifice in a perforated organ, such as a vessel. Laboratoire Nycomed, Ladas & Parry, October 3, 1995: US05454833 (55 worldwide citation)

A system for obturating an orifice in a perforated organ or vessel such as a vessel having undergone an operation. In the system a deformable obturator element capable of being introduced in a deformed state inside a member through the orifice is used. In a position of use the obturator element has ...


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Georges Boussignac, Jean Claude Labrune: Device for respiratory assistance. Fisher Christen & Sabol, July 23, 1996: US05538002 (39 worldwide citation)

Device for respiratory assistance, comprising a tube (4) which forms a main channel (5) and which is intended to be connected via its distal end (3) to the respiratory tract of a patient so that said main channel (5) connects the respiratory system of said patient to the outside, with said device mo ...


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Georges Boussignac, Pierre Hilaire: Device for temporarily closing a canal in a body, in particular for assisting the function of the heart by application of counter-pressure. Laboratoires Nycomed, Bierman Muserlian and Lucas, January 19, 1999: US05861010 (28 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a device for temporarily closing a canal in a body, in particular for assisting the function of the heart by application of counter-pressure. The device is characterised in that it comprises a first inflatable structure (1) which, in the inflated state, defines a sleev ...


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Georges Boussignac, Jean Claude Labrune: Breathing aid. Fisher Christen & Sabol, August 6, 1991: US05036847 (25 worldwide citation)

Breathing aid comprising a tube (4) which forms a main channel (5) and which is intended to be connected by its distal end (3) to a breathing tract of a patient so that the main channel (5) connects the breathing system of the patient to the outside. The breathing aid further comprising at least one ...