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John O McWeeney: Compressible ureteral stent for comfort. Boston Scientific SciMed, May 3, 2005: US06887215 (35 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, the invention is directed to a ureteral stent adapted for placement within a patient's urinary tract to facilitate drainage from the patient's kidney to the patient's bladder. The ureteral stent includes an elongated portion, a retention portion and a mesh or coil portion. The elo ...


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John O McWeeney, Michael S H Chu: Anti-reflux ureteral stents and methods. SciMed Life Systems, June 21, 2005: US06908447 (29 worldwide citation)

An anti-reflux ureteral stent includes an elongated member with a distal end having a first retention structure and a proximal end having a second retention structure. A lumen extends between the distal and proximal ends. The elongated member may include a valve near the proximal end and distal to t ...


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John O McWeeney, Benjamin E Morris, David W Robertson, David I Freed, James F Schuermann, John B Golden, Jozef Slanda, Brian Keith Wells, Jesse Leonard Farris III, Michael S H Chu, Oscar R Carrillo Jr, Todd A Hall, Yem Chin, Mark L Adams: Medical visualization system with endoscope and mounted catheter. Boston Scientific Scimed, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, April 12, 2011: US07922650 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to features and aspects of an in-vivo visualization system that comprises a catheter having an access port leading to an interior lumen through which an image transmission member is routed, and an endoscope having an access port leading to an interior lumen through ...


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Christopher R O Keefe, John O McWeeney: Anti-reflux drainage devices and methods. Boston Scientific SciMed, July 26, 2005: US06921378 (17 worldwide citation)

An anti-reflux drainage device includes an elongated member defining a lumen, and a valve disposed along the elongated member. The valve can include one or more lumens in fluid connection with the lumen of the elongated member, a socket, a shaft disposed in the socket, and a stopper connected to the ...


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John O McWeeney, Willet F Whitmore III, Stephanie Rubin: Ureteral stent for improved patient comfort. Boston Scientific Scimed, January 31, 2006: US06991614 (13 worldwide citation)

A ureteral stent for assisting the movement of urine along a patient's ureter and into the patient's bladder. The stent includes an elongated tubular segment extending toward the bladder from a kidney end region for placement in the renal cavity to a bladder end region. A central lumen connects at l ...


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John B Golden, John O McWeeney, Christopher A Benning, Robert Castoldi, John F Howard, Brian Intoccia, Gary Kappel, William Lucas Churchill: Attachment clamp. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, January 15, 2013: US08353493 (3 worldwide citation)

Various apparatuses to attach a first medical device to a second medical device are described that allow the physician to grasp only a single device while the other device remains securely attached to the one being grasped. The apparatuses, once they are attached to the first medical device, are des ...


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John O McWeeney, Willet F Whitmore III, Stephanie Rubin: Ureteral stent for improved patient comfort. Boston Scientific Scimed, March 16, 2010: US07678154 (2 worldwide citation)

A ureteral stent for assisting the movement of urine along a patient's ureter and into the patient's bladder. The stent includes an elongated tubular segment extending toward the bladder from a kidney end region for placement in the renal cavity to a bladder end region. A central lumen connects at l ...


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Christopher R O Keefe, John O McWeeney: Anti-reflux drainage devices and methods. Boston Scientific Scimed, Cooley Godward Kronish, March 2, 2010: US07670332 (2 worldwide citation)

An anti-reflux drainage device includes an elongated member defining a lumen, and a valve disposed along the elongated member. The valve can include one or more lumens in fluid connection with the lumen of the elongated member, a socket, a shaft disposed in the socket, and a stopper connected to the ...


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John O McWeeney: Anti-reflux ureteral stents and methods. Boston Scientific Scimed, March 27, 2012: US08142386 (2 worldwide citation)

An anti-reflux ureteral stent includes an elongated member with a distal end having a first retention structure and a proximal end having a second retention structure. A lumen extends between the distal and proximal ends. The elongated member may include a valve near the proximal end and distal to t ...


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John B Golden, John O McWeeney, Christopher A Benning, Robert Castoldi, John F Howard, Brian Intoccia, Gary Kappel, William Lucas Churchill: Attachment clamp. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, November 25, 2014: US08894028 (2 worldwide citation)

Various apparatuses to attach a first medical device to a second medical device are described that allow the physician to grasp only a single device while the other device remains securely attached to the one being grasped. The apparatuses, once they are attached to the first medical device, are des ...



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