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Siess Torsten Dipl Ing, Reul Helmut Prof Dr, Hutzenlaub Jens, Rau Guenter Prof Dr, Brown Peter: Improved cannula device. Impella Cardiotech, May 19, 1999: EP0916359-A1 (59 worldwide citation)

A cannula for use as for example on the inflow end of an implantable intravascular heart pump. The stiffness of the cannula is differentiated along its length, wherein its proximal end is stiffer than its distal end, while a substantially constant wall thickness is maintained along its entire length ...


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Hutzenlaub Jens Peter, Schroeder Timm Michael, Van Der, Plaats Arjan, Rakhorst Gerhard: Organ transport container system. Organ Assist, Hutzenlaub Jens Peter, Schroeder Timm Michael, Van Der, Plaats Arjan, Rakhorst Gerhard, HATZMANN MJ, April 2, 2009: WO/2009/041806 (10 worldwide citation)

An organ transport container system for storing and transporting therein an organ coupled to a perfusion system for preserving the viability of the organ for implantation by perfusing the organ with a perfusion liquid. The container system includes a cartridge for carrying the organ and a receptacle ...


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Guldner Norbert, Thuaudet Sylvain, Hutzenlaub Jens: Biomechanical heart for extra-aortic diastolic balloon pumping. Ist Cardiology, January 30, 1998: FR2751549-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A biomechanical heart comprising extra-aortic diastolic balloon pumping means consisting of a pump housing (7) arranged between two ducts (5, 9) of an aortic shunt (6) actuated by a muscle (8) energised by electric pulses. A balloon (15) with a substantially ring-shaped cross-section is inserted bet ...


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Guldner Norbert, Thuaudet Sylvain, Hutzenlaub Jens: (Fr) Coeur bio-mecanique a contre-pulsion diastolique extra-aortique, (En) Biomechanical heart for extra-aortic diastolic balloon pumping. Ist Cardiology, Guldner Norbert, Thuaudet Sylvain, Hutzenlaub Jens, BRUDER Michel, January 29, 1998: WO/1998/003212

(EN) A biomechanical heart comprising extra-aortic diastolic balloon pumping means consisting of a pump housing (7) arranged between two ducts (5, 9) of an aortic shunt (6) actuated by a muscle (8) energised by electric pulses. A balloon (15) with a substantially ring-shaped cross-section is inserte ...


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Sammler Rolf, Siess Thorsten, Nix Christoph, Eisen Max, Hutzenlaub Jens Peter, Meyns Bart: (De) Intrakardiale blutpumpe, (En) Intracardiac blood pump. Impella Cardiotechnik Aktiengesellschaft, Sammler Rolf, Siess Thorsten, Nix Christoph, Eisen Max, Hutzenlaub Jens Peter, Meyns Bart, SELTING Günther, November 18, 1999: WO/1999/058170

(EN) The intracardiac pump (10) comprises a drive section (11) and a pump section (12). Flexible tubing (14) is connected to the pump section (12). A balloon (35) is provided on the distal end of the tubing (14) in order to displace said tubing (14) from the right atrium (21) to the pulmonary artery ...


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SPENCE Paul A, TOMPKINS Landon, WALLING Samuel C, HATTON Ryan D, HUTZENLAUB Jens, SPENCE William, SINGER Alex: SYSTÈMES, DISPOSITIFS ET PROCÉDÉS DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE REFROIDISSEMENT POUR ATHLÈTES, ATHLETIC COOLING AND HEATING SYSTEMS, DEVICES AND METHODS. SCR, SPENCE Paul A, TOMPKINS Landon, WALLING Samuel C, HATTON Ryan D, HUTZENLAUB Jens, SPENCE William, SINGER Alex, ROONEY Kevin G, January 24, 2013: WO/2013/013059

Thermal pads (50) for incorporation into systems (10) and compression garments (54) may be used for various medical or other purposes. The pads (50) include thermal fluid channels and the ability to flex and elastically stretch in multiple directions for conformance to the individual user. Cooling s ...


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HUTZENLAUB Jens: Valvule pour dispositif dassistance ventriculaire, Valve for ventricular assist device. Syncardia Systems, HUTZENLAUB Jens, DURANDO Antonio R, November 10, 2011: WO/2011/140146

A ventricular-assist-device valve (30) includes two flaps (40) hinged to a peripheral wall (50) by means of a couple of flexible struts (42). As each flap (40) opens and closes during each cycle of operation, the struts (42) flex and open passages for flow around them, around the flaps, and between ...


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Guldner Norbert, Thuaudet Sylvain, Hutzenlaub Jens: Biomechanical heart for extra-aortic diastolic balloon pumping. Ist Cardiology, June 30, 1999: EP0925079-A1

A biomechanical heart comprising extra-aortic diastolic balloon pumping means consisting of a pump housing (7) arranged between two ducts (5, 9) of an aortic shunt (6) actuated by a muscle (8) energised by electric pulses. A balloon (15) with a substantially ring-shaped cross-section is inserted bet ...


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Sammler Rolf, Siess Thorsten, Nix Christoph, Eisen Max, Hutzenlaub Jens Peter, Meyns Bart: Intracardiac blood pump. Impella Cardiotechnik Aktienge, May 3, 2000: EP0996472-A1

The cardiac blood pump (10) has a drive (11) and a pump (12) with a peristaltic tube (14). A balloon (35) is positioned around the end of the tube which extends from the right atrium (21) to the pulmonary artery (26). The balloon forms a guide for the blood flow.