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Olin J Palmer, Jeff Krolik: Intrasaccular embolic device. Endovascular Technologies, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, July 8, 2003: US06589265 (260 worldwide citation)

An intrasaccular device particularly adapted for treating body lumens. The intrasaccular device includes structure that provides a strong framework as well as improved covering across an opening to an aneurysm sac. The intrasaccular device is intended to retain foreign bodies within the aneurysm sac ...


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Amr Salahieh, Brian D Brandt, Dwight P Morejohn, Ulrich R Haug, Jean Pierre Dueri, Hans F Valencia, Robert A Geshlider, Jeff Krolik: Low profile heart valve and delivery system. Sadra Medical, Shay Glenn, June 3, 2008: US07381219 (240 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for endovascularly replacing a patient's heart valve, including: a delivery catheter having a diameter of 21 french or less; an expandable anchor disposed within the delivery catheter; and a replacement valve disposed within the delivery catheter. The invention also includes a method for e ...


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Amr Salahieh, Brian D Brandt, Dwight P Morejohn, Ulrich R Haug, Jean Pierre Dueri, Hans F Valencia, Robert A Geshlider, Jeff Krolik: Low profile heart valve and delivery system. Sadra Medical, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, November 1, 2011: US08048153 (142 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for endovascularly replacing a patient's heart valve, including: a delivery catheter having a diameter of 21 french or less; an expandable anchor disposed within the delivery catheter; and a replacement valve disposed within the delivery catheter. The invention also includes a method for e ...


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Olin J Palmer, Jeff Krolik: Intrasaccular embolic device. Endovascular Technologies, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, October 11, 2005: US06953472 (140 worldwide citation)

An intrasaccular device particularly adapted for treating body lumens. The intrasaccular device includes structure that provides a strong framework as well as improved covering across an opening to an aneurysm sac. The intrasaccular device is intended to retain foreign bodies within the aneurysm sac ...


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Jeff Krolik, Amr Salahieh, Farhad Khosravi, Richard J Renati: Filter membrane with increased surface area. SciMed Life Systems, Crompton Seager & Tufte, November 29, 2005: US06969396 (109 worldwide citation)

A filtering device with an increased surface area, and method of making and using the same. The present invention comprises a filtering device including an elongate shaft and a filter coupled to the shaft. The filter may include a filter membrane configured to have an increased surface area.


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Amr Salahieh, Brian D Brandt, Dwight P Morejohn, Ulrich R Haug, Jean Pierre Dueri, Hans F Valencia, Robert A Geshlider, Jeff Krolik: Repositionable heart valve and method. Sadra Medical, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, July 31, 2012: US08231670 (97 worldwide citation)

A method for percutaneously replacing a heart valve of a patient. In some embodiments the method includes the steps of percutaneously delivering a replacement valve and an expandable anchor to a vicinity of the heart valve in an unexpanded configuration; expanding the anchor to a deployed configurat ...


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Amr Salahieh, Brian D Brandt, Dwight P Morejohn, Ulrich R Haug, Jean Pierre Dueri, Hans F Valencia, Robert A Geshlider, Jeff Krolik: Method of using a retrievable heart valve anchor with a sheath. Sadra Medical, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, December 10, 2013: US08603160 (90 worldwide citation)

A method for endovascularly replacing a heart valve of a patient. In some embodiments the method includes the steps of: endovascularly delivering a replacement valve and an expandable anchor in an unexpanded configuration within a catheter to a vicinity of the heart valve; deploying the anchor from ...


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Amr Salahieh, Brian D Brandt, Dwight P Morejohn, Ulrich R Haug, Jean Pierre Dueri, Hans F Valencia, Robert A Geshlider, Jeff Krolik: Repositionable heart valve method. Sadra Medical, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, September 23, 2014: US08840663 (81 worldwide citation)

A method for percutaneously replacing a heart valve of a patient. In some embodiments the method includes the steps of percutaneously delivering a replacement valve and an expandable anchor to a vicinity of the heart valve in an unexpanded configuration; expanding the anchor to a deployed configurat ...


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Amr Salahieh, Brian D Brandt, Dwight P Morejohn, Ulrich R Haug, Jean Pierre Dueri, Hans F Valencia, Robert A Geshlider, Jeff Krolik: Assessing the location and performance of replacement heart valves. Sadra Medical, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, April 14, 2015: US09005273 (68 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for assessing the operation of a replacement heart valve. The method includes endovascularly delivering a replacement heart valve to a vicinity of a heart valve in an unexpanded configuration, and assessing the operation of the replacement heart valve in the vicinity of the heart ...


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Amr Salahieh, Jackson Demond, Jeff Krolik: Vascular embolic filter exchange devices and methods of use thereof. Incept, Crompton Seager & Tufte, May 3, 2005: US06887257 (64 worldwide citation)

Vascular embolic filtering systems, as well as methods for using the same, are provided. In general, the subject invention includes a system comprised of an embolic filter assembly and a multiple lumen delivery and retrieval sheath, where the embolic filter assembly includes a guide wire with an emb ...