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Michael Fonseca, Mark Allen, David Stern, Jason White, Jason Kroh: Implantable wireless sensor for pressure measurement within the heart. Cardiomems, William H Dippert, Reed Smith, February 15, 2005: US06855115 (305 worldwide citation)

The progress of a endovascular cardiac repair can be monitored by inserting a pressure transducer sensor using a catheter into a chamber of the heart during endovascular repair and then using a small, hand-held read out device to measure pressure easily, safely, inexpensively and accurately. In one ...


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Mark Allen, Michael Fonseca, Jason White, Jason Kroh, David Stern: High Q factor sensor. CardioMEMS, Kilpatrick Stockton, December 12, 2006: US07147604 (218 worldwide citation)

A sensor for wirelessly determining a physical property within a defined space comprises an electrical resonance and has a high quality factor Q. The quality factor Q is sufficiently high that a signal generated by the sensor can be received outside the defined space. The sensor may optimally have a ...


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Richard Daniel Pike, Philip Anthony Sasse, Edward Jason White, Ty Jackson Stokes: Fine denier fibers and fabrics made therefrom. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, William D Herrick, June 2, 1998: US05759926 (157 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a splittable conjugate fiber containing at least two incompatible polymers that are arranged in distinct segments across the cross-section of the fiber, wherein the segments are continuous along the length of the fiber. The fiber can be characterized in that the segmen ...


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Jason White, David Stern: Stent with micro-latching hinge joints. Icon Medical, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, Brian E Turung, November 28, 2006: US07141063 (106 worldwide citation)

A stent is constructed using interconnected links having micro-mechanical latching mechanisms. The micro-mechanical latching elements allow relative rotational movement of interconnected links in one rotational direction but restrict relative rotational movement of the two links in the opposite dire ...


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Michael Fonseca, Mark Allen, David Stern, Jason White, Jason Kroh: Implantable wireless sensor for pressure measurement within the heart. CardioMEMS, Kilpatrick Stockton, January 27, 2009: US07481771 (76 worldwide citation)

The progress of a endovascular cardiac repair can be monitored by inserting a pressure transducer sensor using a catheter into a chamber of the heart during endovascular repair and then using a small, hand-held read out device to measure pressure easily, safely, inexpensively and accurately. In one ...


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Jason White: Creating a graphical program to configure one or more switch devices. National Instruments Corporation, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Jeffrey C Hood, October 11, 2005: US06954904 (55 worldwide citation)

A system and method for creating a graphical program operable to configure one or more switch devices. A first node may be displayed in the graphical program, wherein the first node is operable to use route information to control or configure one or more of switch devices in a switching system. The ...


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James Richard Neely, Edward Jason White, Kurtis Lee Brown, John Herbert Conrad, Richard Wallace Hoefer: Controlled loft and density nonwoven webs and method for producing same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen & Erickson, February 14, 2006: US06998164 (33 worldwide citation)

A lofty, nonwoven material having a nonwoven web having a plurality of substantially continuous fibers oriented in a z-direction of the nonwoven web and a method for producing the lofty, nonwoven material from as-formed z-direction fibers. The method is fast, having no mechanical manipulation of the ...


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Edward Jason White, Kurtis Lee Brown, John Herbert Conrad, Robert James Gerndt, Jose Enrique Maldonado: Materials having z-direction fibers and folds and method for producing same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen & Erickson, March 15, 2005: US06867156 (30 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a material having z-direction waves in which a layer of continuous fibers is conveyed on a first moving surface into a nip formed by the first moving surface and a second moving surface which is traveling at a slower speed than the first moving surface, resulting in formation ...


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Stephen R Healy, Jason White: Method of making an angioplasty balloon catheter. Cordis Corporation, Michael W Montgomery, April 2, 2002: US06364894 (30 worldwide citation)

A balloon catheter for medical treatment of a patient has a proximal hub, flexible catheter shaft, a balloon, and an improved tip design. The catheter defines a guidewire lumen defined by a tubular inner body extending from a distal guidewire port to a proximal port located at a position proximal fr ...


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Jason White, David Stern: Stent with micro-latching hinge joints. ICON Medical, Fay Sharpe, Brian E Turung, December 8, 2009: US07628802 (29 worldwide citation)

A stent is constructed using interconnected links having micro-mechanical latching mechanisms. The micro-mechanical latching elements allow relative rotational movement of interconnected links in one rotational direction but restrict relative rotational movement of the two links in the opposite dire ...