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James F McGuckin Jr: Surgical apparatus and method. Kenyon & Kenyon, July 24, 2001: US06264086 (802 worldwide citation)

Surgical method and apparatus for resectioning tissue, preferably lumenal tissue, with a remaining portion of an organ being anastomized with staples or other fastening device, preferably endolumenally. The apparatus may be inserted via a naturally occurring body orifice or a surgical incision and t ...


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James F McGuckin Jr: Method and apparatus for endolumenally resectioning tissue. February 9, 1999: US05868760 (698 worldwide citation)

Surgical method and apparatus for resectioning tissue, preferably lumenal tissue, with a remaining portion of an organ being anastomized with staples or other fastening means, preferably endolumenally. The apparatus may be inserted via a naturally occurring body orifice or a surgical incision and th ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Peter W J Hinchliffe: Apparatus and method for resectioning gastro-esophageal tissue. Rex Medical, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, December 28, 2004: US06835199 (621 worldwide citation)

A system for stapling tissue comprises a flexible endoscope and an operative head including a pair of opposed, curved tissue clamping jaws sized to pass through an esophagus, the jaws being moveable with respect to one another between an open tissue receiving configuration and a closed tissue clampi ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Peter W J Hinchliffe: Apparatus and method for resectioning gastro-esophageal tissue. Rex Medical, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, August 15, 2006: US07090684 (385 worldwide citation)

A system for stapling tissue comprises a flexible endoscope and an operative head including a pair of opposed, curved tissue clamping jaws sized to pass through an esophagus, the jaws being moveable with respect to one another between an open tissue receiving configuration and a closed tissue clampi ...


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James F McGuckin Jr: Surgical apparatus and method. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, June 26, 2007: US07235089 (369 worldwide citation)

Surgical method and apparatus for resectioning tissue, preferably lumenal tissue, with a remaining portion of an organ being anastomized with staples or other fastening devices, preferably endolumenally. The apparatus may be inserted via a naturally occurring body orifice or a surgical incision and ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Peter W J Hinchliffe: Vascular device with valve for approximating vessel wall. Rex Medicol, Neil D Gershon, January 13, 2004: US06676698 (367 worldwide citation)

A vascular device comprising a plurality of vessel engaging members and a valve. The device is movable from a collapsed insertion position having a first diameter to a second expanded position having a second diameter larger than the first diameter. The plurality of vessel engaging members extend ou ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Richard T Briganti: Vascular hole closure device. Rex Medical, Neil D Gershon, September 11, 2007: US07267679 (324 worldwide citation)

A device for closing an aperture in a vessel wall comprising an elongated member positionable inside the vessel against an internal opening of the aperture and having a dimension exceeding a dimension of the internal opening of the aperture to prevent egress of fluid through the aperture. At least t ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Peter W J Hinchliffe: Percutaneous aortic valve. Rex Medical, Neil D Gershon, December 13, 2005: US06974476 (316 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a valve configured for insertion on the proximal and distal sides of a heart valve annulus to replace the heart valve of a patient. The valve comprises a first substantially annular portion adapted to be positioned on a proximal side of the annulus of a patient and a s ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Richard T Briganti: Vascular device and method for valve leaflet apposition. Rex Medical, Neil D Gershon, March 4, 2003: US06527800 (275 worldwide citation)

A method for treating venous valve insufficiency comprising inserting a delivery device and a vascular device into a target vessel adjacent valve leaflets of the vessel, deploying the vascular device to an enlarged diameter to securely engage the internal wall of the vessel and reducing the diameter ...


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James F McGuckin Jr, Richard T Briganti: Vascular device for valve leaflet apposition. Rex Medical, Neil D Gershon, February 24, 2004: US06695878 (274 worldwide citation)

A vascular device movable from a collapsed insertion position having a first diameter to a first expanded position and further movable to a second expanded position having a second diameter larger than the first diameter. A plurality of vessel engaging members extend outwardly from the device for se ...