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Andrew F Hall, Jonathan C Sell: Magnetically guided atherectomy. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, June 28, 2005: US06911026 (201 worldwide citation)

Atherectomy devices are guided by and manipulated by externally applied magnetic fields to treat total or partial occlusions of a patient's vasculature.


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William M Belef, Eric M DoBrava, Joseph D Farrell, Jaydeep Y Kokate, Daniel M LaFontaine, Brian J Lowe, Jonathan C Sell, Bradley F Slaker, David A White: Percutaneous bypass apparatus and method. SciMed Life Systems, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, November 5, 2002: US06475226 (130 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for percutaneous translumenal minimally invasive coronary surgery, particularly bypass surgery involving the following basic steps: determining a proper location for treatment, navigating a suitable device to the treatment site, creating an extravascular opening and pathway, guid ...


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John W Humphrey, Terry V Brown, Charles L Euteneuer, Nam H Hoang, Leo M Klisch, Christopher R Larson, Jonathan C Sell, Vladimir B Tsukernik, Lawrence W Ulanowski: Stent crimper. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, November 30, 1999: US05992000 (126 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for crimping a stent to a catheter as well as a method for crimping a stent to a catheter are disclosed in several embodiments. The apparatus in its various embodiments involves the application of a uniform radially inward force to a compressible tube in which the stent and catheter are ...


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Jeffrey M Garibaldi, Jonathan C Sell, Roger N Hastings, Andrew F Hall: Magnetically navigated pacing leads, and methods for delivering medical devices. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 16, 2004: US06817364 (115 worldwide citation)

A method of placing a pacing lead in the heart includes introducing a distal end of a delivery catheter into the patient's vasculature; magnetically navigating the distal end of the delivery catheter to the patient's heart; deploying a pacing lead from the distal end of the delivery cathet ...


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Jonathan C Sell, John E Arnold, Daniel M Lafontaine, John W Humphrey, Daniel O Adams, Steven P Mertens: Balloon catheter with improved pressure source. Scimed Life Systems, Todd P Messal, February 20, 2001: US06190354 (47 worldwide citation)

A balloon catheter which has an elongate shaft with an inflatable balloon connected to its distal end and a manifold connected to its proximal end. The manifold may be fixedly or removably attached to the shaft and includes a barrel with a plunger movably disposed inside it. The barrel has an intern ...


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Jonathan C Sell, Hans G Mische, Jon D Gamble, Scott A Hoium, Charles R Lucht, Thomas J Wilke: Low profile valve and balloon catheter. SciMed Life Systems, Crompton Seager & Tufte, July 18, 2000: US06090083 (28 worldwide citation)

A low profile inflation valve includes a first tube having a lumen and at least one region of decreased inner diameter, and a structure, which may be a tube, movably located inside the lumen. The region of decreased inner diameter of the first tube forms a seal with a portion of the structure. A met ...


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Jonathan C Sell: Magnetically navigable balloon catheters. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, April 16, 2013: US08419681 (2 worldwide citation)

A balloon catheter comprising an elongate tube having a proximal end and a distal end, and a lumen therebetween, and a balloon at the distal end of the tube, in fluid communication with the lumen. A magnetically responsive element at the distal end of the device sized and shaped to orient the distal ...


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Jonathan C Sell, Hans G Mische, Jon D Gamble, Scott A Hoium, Charles R Lucht, Thomas J Wilke: Low profile valve and method of making. SciMed Life Systems, Crompton Seager & Tufte, August 9, 2005: US06926729 (2 worldwide citation)

A low profile inflation valve located inside a balloon catheter that enables a user to inflate the balloon and exchange other medical apparatus over the catheter while the balloon remains inflated. The low profile inflation valve of the present invention includes a first tube having a lumen and at l ...


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Raju R Viswanathan, Jonathan C Sell: Stent delivery guide wire. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 8, 2013: US08348858 (1 worldwide citation)

A guide wire for magnetically navigating a medical device through in a subject's body comprising an elongate wire having a proximal and distal end, a portion adjacent the distal end that is more flexible than the more proximal portions of the elongate wire, and a first magnetically responsive elemen ...



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