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Jeffrey L Bleich, Gregory P Schmitz, Roy Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Guidewire exchange systems to treat spinal stenosis. Baxano, Shay Glenn, September 4, 2012: US08257356 (191 worldwide citation)

Guidewire exchange systems, devices and methods, for positioning and actuating surgical devices in a desired position between two tissues in a patient's body are described. A guidewire may be coupled to a surgical device for positioning and actuating (e.g., urging against a target tissue). The guide ...


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Gregory P Schmitz, Jeffrey L Bleich, Steven A Spisak, Roy Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Tissue removal with at least partially flexible devices. Baxano, Shay Glenn, November 22, 2011: US08062300 (32 worldwide citation)

A device for modifying tissue in a patient may include: an elongate body having a rigid proximal portion and a flexible distal portion having first and second major surfaces; a proximal handle coupled with the proximal portion of the body; one or more tissue modifying members disposed along the firs ...


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Gregory P Schmitz, Jeffrey L Bleich, Steven A Spisak, Roy Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Flexible tissue removal devices and methods. Baxano, Shay Glenn, November 22, 2011: US08062298 (32 worldwide citation)

A device for modifying tissue in a patient may include: an elongate body having a rigid proximal portion and a flexible distal portion having first and second major surfaces; a proximal handle coupled with the proximal portion of the body; one or more tissue modifying members disposed along the firs ...


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Jeffrey L Bleich, Ron Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Spinal Access and Neural Localization. Baxano, Baxano & Townsend And Townsend And Crew, November 16, 2006: US20060258951-A1

A method for locating neural tissue in a patient body may involve: advancing a probe along a natural tissue interface between the neural tissue and another tissue in the body, the probe having a first surface oriented toward the neural tissue and a second surface oriented away from the neural tissue ...


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Gregory P Schmitz, Jeffrey L Bleich, Steven A Spisak, Roy Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Flexible Tissue Removal Devices and Methods. Baxano, Shay Law Group, September 27, 2007: US20070225703-A1

A device for modifying tissue in a patient may include: an elongate body having a rigid proximal portion and a flexible distal portion having first and second major surfaces; a proximal handle coupled with the proximal portion of the body; one or more tissue modifying members disposed along the firs ...


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Jeffrey L Bleich, Gregory Schmitz, Roy Leguidleguid, Ronald Leguidleguid, Nestor C Cantorna, Michael P Wallace: Tissue removal devices and methods. Baxano, Shay Glenn, June 19, 2008: US20080147084-A1

A device for modifying tissue in a patient may include: an elongate body having a rigid proximal portion and a flexible distal portion having first and second major surfaces; a proximal handle coupled with the proximal portion of the body; one or more tissue modifying members disposed along the firs ...


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Michael P Wallace, Benjamin Kao Shing Sun, Michael Sheinberg, Jeffrey L Bleich, Gregory P Schimitz, Roy Leguidleguid, Gary A Schniederman: Flexible Neural Localization Devices and Methods. Baxano, Baxano C O Shay Law, January 6, 2011: US20110004207-A1

Described herein are devices, systems and methods for determining if a nerve is nearby a device or portion of a device. The neural stimulation tools described herein are configured to be flexible and low-profile, so that they can be used within body regions that may be tortuous or difficult to reach ...