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Gregory G Brucker, Todd Hall, Enrique Malaret, David Byrd, Gerald Hubbs, Gregory Furnish, Josh Barber, Indaka Gunasekara, Benjamin Morris, Valerie Futral, Sava A Chernomordik, William C Mers Kelly, William A Reuss Jr, Simon Furnish, Michael W Wilson, Hacene Bouadi, John C Muskivitch, Matthew L Pease, David A Rahdert, Travis Rowe, Gregory M Ruhf, Brandon G Walsh, Claude Vidal, Thomas Banks, Russ Redmond: Bifurcated stent. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, February 24, 2004: US06695877 (82 worldwide citation)

A bifurcated stent comprises a first stent section and a second stent section. Each stent section is expandable from a predeployed state to a deployed state independently from one another. The second stent section having an end engaged to a receiving region of the first stent section. In the deploye ...


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Timothy B McFann, John C Muskivitch, James D Passafaro, Kathy M Mah: Guidewire for precision catheter positioning. Prolifix Medical, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, June 18, 2002: US06406442 (72 worldwide citation)

The present invention comprises a guidewire having a compressible guide section capable of deflecting a catheter to abut a lumen wall. The compressible guide section exerts an outward radial force while it is at least partially compressed within a lumen. The guide section permits a physician to prec ...


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Gregory G Brucker, Enrique Malaret, Todd Hall, David Byrd, Gerald Hubbs, Gregory Furnish, Josh Barber, Indaka Gunasekara, Benjamin Morris, Valerie Futral, Sava A Chernomordik, William C Mers Kelly, William A Reuss, Simon Furnish, Michael A Wilson, Hacene Bouadi, John C Muskivitch, Matthew L Pease, David A Rahdert, Travis Rowe, Gregory M Ruhf, Brandon G Walsh, Thomas Banks, Russ Redmond, Claude Vidal: Bifurcated stent and delivery system. Boston Scientific Scimed, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, July 20, 2010: US07758634 (1 worldwide citation)

A bifurcated stent includes a first stent section and a second stent section. The first stent section is balloon expandable, has an unexpanded configuration, an expanded configuration, and a tubular wall defining a secondary opening. The secondary stent section is self-expanding and an end of the se ...


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Gregory G Brucker, Todd Hall, Enrique Malaret, David Byrd, Gerald Hubbs, Gregory Furnish, Josh Barber, Indaka Gunasekara, Benjamin Morris, Valerie Futral, Sava A Chernomordik, William C Mers Kelly, William A Reuss, Simon Furnish, Michael W Wilson, Hacene Bouadi, John C Muskivitch, Matthew L Pease, David A Rahdert, Travis Rowe, Gregory M Ruhf, Brandon G Walsh, Thomas Banks, Russ Redmond, Claude Vidal: Bifurcated stent. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus Pa, November 21, 2002: US20020173840-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A bifurcated stent comprises a first stent section and a second stent section. Each stent section is expandable from a predeployed state to a deployed state independently from one another. The second stent section having an end engaged to a receiving region of the first stent section. In the deploye ...


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Gregory G Brucker, Enrique Malaret, Todd Hall, David Byrd, Gerald Hubbs, Gregory Furnish, Josh Barber, Indaka Gunasekara, Benjamin Morris, Valerie Futral, Sava A Chernomordik, William C Mers Kelly, William A Reuss, Simon Furnish, Michael A Wilson, Hacene Bouadi, John C Muskivitch, Matthew L Pease, David A Rahdert, Travis Rowe, Gregory M Ruhf, Brandon G Walsh, Claude A Vidal, Thomas Banks, Russ J Redmond: Bifurcated stent and delivery system. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus Pa, July 19, 2007: US20070168020-A1

A bifurcated stent includes a first stent section and a second stent section. The first stent section is balloon expandable, has an unexpanded configuration, an expanded configuration, and a tubular wall defining a secondary opening. The secondary stent section is self-expanding and an end of the se ...


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Timothy B McFann, John C Muskivitch, James D Passafaro, Ronald G Williams, David J Kupiecki, Kathy M Mah: Guidewire for precision catheter positioning. Townsend And Townsend And Crew, March 14, 2002: US20020032391-A1

The present invention comprises a guidewire having a compressible guide section capable of deflecting a catheter to abut a lumen wall. The compressible guide section exerts an outward radial force while it is at least partially compressed within a lumen. The guide section permits a physician to prec ...