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Syed Hossainy, Michael Ngo, Mikael Trollsas, John Stankus, Gene Michal: Methods and compositions for treating tissue using silk proteins. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Randy Shen, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, June 5, 2012: US08192760 (28 worldwide citation)

Compositions for forming a self-reinforcing composite biomatrix, methods of manufacture and use therefore are herein disclosed. Kits including delivery devices suitable for delivering the compositions are also disclosed. In some embodiments, the composition can include at least three components. In ...


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Martin Ridgway Handforth, Anoop Nannra, John Stankus, Larry Marcanti, Brian Vezza: Network element for implementing scheduled high-power PTP and low-power PTMP transmissions. Nortel Networks, Anderson Gorecki & Manaras, December 16, 2008: US07466985 (24 worldwide citation)

A network element is configured to implement scheduled high-power Point-To-Point (PTP) and low-power Point-To-MultiPoint (TMP) transmissions. The high-power PTP and low-power PTMP transmissions may be scheduled as bursts on an 802.16 network to occur in both the downlink subframe and uplink subframe ...


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John Stankus, Syed F A Hossainy, Jinping Wan: Process of making a tubular implantable medical device. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Squire Sanders & Dempsey, November 2, 2010: US07824601 (19 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, such as stents, including a fibrous layer including particles are disclosed. Methods of forming such medical devices using electrospinning are disclosed.


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Lothar W Kleiner, John Stankus, Nam D Pham, Michael H Ngo, Bozena Zofia Maslanka, Syed Faiyaz Ahmed Hossainy, Mikael Trollsas, Yiwen Tang: Bioabsorbable coating with tunable hydrophobicity. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Squire Patton Boggs, February 24, 2015: US08961589 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to implantable medical devices coated with polymer having tunable hydrophobicity and their use in the treatment of vascular diseases.


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Kevin J Ehrenreich, Richard R Newhauser, Randolf von Oepen, John Stankus: Expandable member formed of a fibrous matrix having hydrogel polymer for intraluminal drug delivery. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Randy Shen, November 1, 2011: US08049061 (10 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal catheter device having an expandable member formed of a matrix of fiber elements, the expandable member including a hydrogel polymer having a therapeutic agent incorporated therein. The hydrogel polymer can be coated on the fiber elements in a co-axial configuration. The fiber elemen ...


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John Stankus, Benjamyn Serna: Methods for uniform crimping and deployment of a polymer scaffold. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Squire Sanders, May 20, 2014: US08726483 (9 worldwide citation)

A medical device-includes a scaffold crimped to a catheter having an expansion balloon. The scaffold is crimped to the balloon by a process that includes one or more balloon pressurization steps. The balloon pressurization steps are selected to enhance scaffold retention to the balloon while retaini ...


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Shubhayu Basu, Gene Michal, Florian Ludwig, Jinping Wan, John Stankus: Cytocompatible alginate gels. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Squire Sanders, Randy Shen Esq, October 23, 2012: US08293226 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of making cytocompatible alginate gels and their use in the treatment of cardiomyopathy.


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Randolf Von Oepen, John Stankus, Barbara Stamberg, Travis R Yribarren, Richard R Newhauser: Expandable member having a covering formed of a fibrous matrix for intraluminal drug delivery. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Baker Botts, July 24, 2012: US08226603 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention generally relates to an intraluminal catheter device for use in angioplasty and delivery of a therapeutic agent. Particularly, the present invention is directed to a catheter having an expandable member having a therapeutic agent disposed thereon and a fibrous matrix covering f ...


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Shubhayu Basu, Gene Michal, Florian Ludwig, Jinping Wan, John Stankus: Cytocompatible alginate gels. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Squire Sanders, Randy Shen Esq, July 17, 2012: US08221744 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of making cytocompatible alginate gels and their use in the treatment of cardiomyopathy.


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Kevin J Ehrenreich, Richard R Newhauser, Randolf von Oepen, John Stankus: Expandable member formed of a fibrous matrix for intraluminal drug delivery. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Randy Shen, December 13, 2011: US08076529 (6 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal catheter device having an expandable member formed of a matrix of fiber elements with a therapeutic agent incorporated therein. The therapeutic agent can be coated on the fiber elements in a co-axial configuration. The fiber elements may also have a second coating including a protect ...