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Jeffrey N Reynolds, Thomas Bourne, Jerome Jackson, Gloria Alvarez, Stuart D Edwards: Large surface cardiac ablation catherter that assumes a low profile during introduction into the heart. EP Technologies, Lyon & Lyon, April 30, 2002: US06379352 (164 worldwide citation)

A cardiac ablation catheter has an energy emitting surface for thermally destroying tissue. The surface normally presents a compact, low profile for introduction into the heart. Once introduced, the energy emitting surface can be significantly enlarged. The enlarged surface emits ablation energy suf ...


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Jeffrey N Reynolds, Thomas Bourne, Jerome Jackson, Gloria Alvarez, Stuart D Edwards: Large surface cardiac ablation catheter that assumes a low profile during introduction into the heart. EP Technologies, Lyon & Lyon, July 11, 2000: US06086581 (139 worldwide citation)

A cardiac ablation catheter has an energy emitting surface for thermally destroying tissue. The surface normally presents a compact, low profile for introduction into the heart. Once introduced, the energy emitting surface can be significantly enlarged. The enlarged surface emits ablation energy suf ...


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Russell A Houser, Gloria Alvarez, Russell B Thompson, Michael Idaomi: Catheter having ring electrodes secured thereon. EP Technologies, Lyon & Lyon, January 5, 1999: US05855552 (53 worldwide citation)

A catheter having an elongated polymeric body with hollow encircling ring electrodes thereon and a method of forming the same are provided by the invention. Ring electrodes are each connected to an external electrical circuit by wires extending through the lumen, the wires each passing through an ap ...


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Russell A Houser, Gloria Alvarez, Russell B Thompson, Michael Idaomi: Method of securing ring electrodes onto catheter. EP Technologies, Ryan Maki Mann & Hohenfeldt, June 11, 1996: US05524337 (10 worldwide citation)

A catheter having an elongated polymeric body with hollow encircling ring electrodes thereon and a method of forming the same are provided by the invention. Ring electrodes are each connected to an external electrical circuit by wires extending through the lumen, the wires each passing through an ap ...