1
Jason R Stats: Vascular access port with integral attachment mechanism. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, March 22, 2011: US07909804 (64 worldwide citation)

An implantable port with an integral attachment mechanism. The implantable port includes one or more suture needles enclosed within a port body, the suture needle(s) coupled to a movable member such that movement of the movable member results in movement of the suture needle(s) out of the port body ...


2
David M Butts, Jason R Stats, Bret Hamatake, Sandra J Rome, Walter H Shang: Infusion apparatuses and methods of use. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, April 3, 2012: US08147455 (50 worldwide citation)

An exemplary infusion system for accessing an implanted device is disclosed comprising an insertion assembly, a hub comprising a sealable path configured to receive at least a portion of the insertion assembly, a flexible catheter attached to the hub and configured to receive at least a portion of t ...


3
Jason R Stats, Kelly B Powers: Access port identification systems and methods. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, June 14, 2011: US07959615 (35 worldwide citation)

An access port for subcutaneous implantation is disclosed. Such an access port may comprise a body for capturing a septum for repeatedly inserting a needle therethrough into a cavity defined within the body. Further, the access port may include at least one feature structured and configured for iden ...


4
Shayne Messerly, Jeremy B Cox, Anthony K Misener, Catherine C Breiter, Ryan R Lemon, Christian W Crook, Matthew W Bown, Eddie K Burnside, Kelly J Christian, Amir Orome, Jason R Stats: Integrated system for intravascular placement of a catheter. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, March 5, 2013: US08388541 (34 worldwide citation)

An integrated catheter placement system for accurately placing a catheter within a patient'vasculature is disclosed. In one embodiment, the integrated system comprises a system console, a tip location sensor for temporary placement on the patient's chest, and an ultrasound probe. The tip location se ...


5
Kelly B Powers, Jason R Stats: Access port identification systems and methods. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, February 26, 2013: US08382723 (33 worldwide citation)

An access port for subcutaneous implantation is disclosed. Such an access port may comprise a body for capturing a septum for repeatedly inserting a needle therethrough into a cavity defined within the body. Further, the access port may include at least one feature structured and configured for iden ...


6
Kelly B Powers, Catherine C Breiter, Jordan P Diamond, Jason R Stats, Daniel J Triplett: Connector system for a proximally trimmable catheter. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, September 29, 2009: US07594911 (27 worldwide citation)

A catheter connector system for a subcutaneously placed catheter. The catheter connector system permits proximal trimming of the placed catheter, which is a procedure that provides numerous advantages over traditional methods of trimming catheter distal ends prior to implantation. The catheter conne ...


7
Kelly B Powers, Jason R Stats: Access port identification systems and methods. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, November 19, 2013: US08585663 (24 worldwide citation)

An access port for subcutaneous implantation is disclosed. Such an access port may comprise a body for capturing a septum for repeatedly inserting a needle therethrough into a cavity defined within the body. Further, the access port may include at least one feature structured and configured for iden ...


8
David M Butts, Jason R Stats, Bret Hamatake, Sandra J Rome, Walter H Shang: Infusion apparatuses and methods of use. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, February 4, 2014: US08641676 (24 worldwide citation)

An exemplary infusion system for accessing an implanted device is disclosed comprising an insertion assembly, a hub comprising a sealable path configured to receive at least a portion of the insertion assembly, a flexible catheter attached to the hub and configured to receive at least a portion of t ...


9
Kelly B Powers, Jason R Stats: Access port identification systems and methods. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, December 10, 2013: US08603052 (23 worldwide citation)

An access port for subcutaneous implantation is disclosed. Such an access port may comprise a body for capturing a septum for repeatedly inserting a needle therethrough into a cavity defined within the body. Further, the access port may include at least one feature structured and configured for iden ...


10
Bret Hamatake, Jason R Stats, Amir Orome, Joseph H Barrett, Dallen Glen Herzog: Tip configurations for a multi-lumen catheter. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, December 4, 2012: US08323227 (22 worldwide citation)

Multi-lumen catheters with improved tip configurations, including a triple-lumen catheter which may be useful for apheresis. In one variation, the catheter has three lumens with distal openings angularly spaced apart and staggered axially with respect to one another. In another variation, the cathet ...