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Yegor Sinelnikov, Yong Zou, Reinhard Warnking, James Savage, Robert C Pacheco, Jaime Merino, Patrick David Lopath, John Hotmer, Todd Fjield: Cardiac ablation devices. Recor Medical, Jones Day, Nicola A Pisano, Christopher C Bolten, November 23, 2010: US07837676 (110 worldwide citation)

A cardiac ablation device treats atrial fibrillation by directing and focusing ultrasonic waves into a ring-like ablation region (A). The device desirably is steerable and can be moved between a normal disposition, in which the ablation region lies parallel to the wall of the heart for ablating a lo ...


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Patrick David Lopath, Edward Paul Harhen, Yegor Sinelnikov, James D Savage, Jaime Merino, John Hotmer: Balloon alignment and collapsing system. ProRhythm, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, March 13, 2007: US07189229 (22 worldwide citation)

A balloon catheter is provided with a sleeve and a flexible material where, upon inflation of the balloon, the sleeve is slid over a ball joint, preventing the flexible material and tube from moving through a range of motion in order to prevent the tube from kinking and misaligning.


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Yegor Sinelnikov, Yong Zou, Reinhard Warnking, James Savage, Robert C Pacheco, Jaime Merino, Patrick David Lopath, John Hotmer, Todd Fjield: Cardiac ablation devices. Transurgical, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, September 9, 2004: US20040176757-A1

A cardiac ablation device treats atrial fibrillation by directing and focusing ultrasonic waves into a ring-like ablation region (A). The device desirably is steerable and can be moved between a normal disposition, in which the ablation region lies parallel to the wall of the heart for ablating a lo ...


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Yegor Sinelnikov, Yong Zou, Reinhard Warnking, James Savage, Robert C Pacheco, Jaime Merino, Patrick David Lopath, John Hotmer, Todd Fjield: Cardiac ablation devices. Recor Medical, May 19, 2011: US20110118632-A1

A cardiac ablation device treats atrial fibrillation by directing and focusing ultrasonic waves into a ring-like ablation region (A). The device desirably is steerable and can be moved between a normal disposition, in which the ablation region lies parallel to the wall of the heart for ablating a lo ...