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Pete P Pham, Hong Doan, Ivan Sepetka, Joseph Eder, Edward Snyder: Electrolytically severable joint for endovascular embolic devices. Target Therapeutics, April 29, 1997: US05624449 (146 worldwide citation)

This invention is an apparatus for endovascular occlusion through the formation of thrombi in arteries, veins, aneurysms, vascular malformations, and arteriovenous fistulas. In particular, it deals with an improved sacrificial link between an endovascular device which is introduced to and is intende ...


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Joseph Eder, Guido Guglielmi, Cheng Ji: Partially insulated occlusion device. Target Therapeutics, Morrison & Foerster, April 28, 1998: US05743905 (137 worldwide citation)

This is a device used in the occlusion of various lumen and other cavities in the body. In particular, it may be used to form an endovascular occlusion through the application of a radio-frequency modulated voltage to the device after its placement in the body. The elongated device is distally insul ...


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Erik T Engelson, Robert Hergenrother, Joseph Eder: Lubricious catheters. Target Therapeutics, Morrison & Foerster, July 2, 1996: US05531715 (130 worldwide citation)

This invention is in the general field of surgical instruments. It relates specifically to catheters which may be used in cardiovascular and endovascular procedures to deliver diagnostic, therapeutic, or vaso-occlusive agents to a target site within a human or animal body which is accessible by a sy ...


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Joseph Eder, Christopher G M Ken, Roger Farnholtz: Composite endovascular guidewire. Target Therapeutics, Crompton Seager & Tufte, December 3, 2002: US06488637 (95 worldwide citation)

This invention is a surgical device. It is a composite guidewire for use in a catheter and is used for accessing a targeted site in a lumen system of a patient's body. The composite guidewire assembly is especially useful for accessing peripheral or soft tissue targets. The invention includes m ...


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Joseph Eder, Camran Nezhat, Benjamin Theodore Nordell II: Method for tissue cauterization. Aragon Surgical, Shay Glenn, January 4, 2011: US07862565 (86 worldwide citation)

The invention is concerned with cauterizing and resecting tissue. A pair of electrodes are placed on opposed tissue surfaces, and radio frequency power is applied through the electrodes to cauterizing a tissue mass therebetween. After cauterization has been effected, the tissue may be resected along ...


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Joseph Eder, Camran Nezhat, Benjamin Theodore Nordell II: Apparatus for tissue cauterization. Aragon Surgical, Shay Glenn, May 17, 2011: US07942874 (79 worldwide citation)

The invention is concerned with cauterizing and resecting tissue. A pair of electrodes are placed on opposed tissue surfaces, and radio frequency power is applied through the electrodes to cauterizing a tissue mass therebetween. After cauterization has been effected, the tissue may be resected along ...


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Joseph Eder, Benjamin Theodore Nordell II, Peter Seth Edelstein: Method and apparatus for surgical electrocautery. Aragon Surgical, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, September 28, 2010: US07803156 (65 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a surgical electrocautery method and apparatus that achieves sealing along the entire tissue length, and that also is able to deliver adequate force to produce an effective electrocautery seal. This problem is solved by using an incompressible fluid contained in a sac or sacs ...


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Erik T Engelson, Robert Hergenrother, Joseph Eder: Lubricious catheters. Target Therapeutics, Morrison & Foerster, April 24, 2001: US06221061 (56 worldwide citation)

This invention is in the general field of surgical instruments. It relates specifically to catheters which may be used in cardiovascular and endovascular procedures to deliver diagnostic, therapeutic, or vaso-occlusive agents to a target site within a human or animal body which is accessible by a sy ...


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Erik T Engelson, Robert Hergenrother, Joseph Eder: Lubricious catheters. Target Therapeutics, Morrison & Foerster, August 4, 1998: US05789018 (29 worldwide citation)

This invention is in the general field of surgical instruments. It relates specifically to catheters which may be used in cardiovascular and endovascular procedures to deliver diagnostic, therapeutic, or vaso-occlusive agents to a target site within a human or animal body which is accessible by a sy ...


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Erik T Engelson, Robert Hergenrother, Joseph Eder: Lubricious catheters. Target Therapeutics, Crompton Seager & Tufte, March 16, 2004: US06706025 (23 worldwide citation)

This invention is in the general field of surgical instruments. It relates specifically to catheters which may be used in cardiovascular and endovascular procedures to deliver diagnostic, therapeutic, or vaso-occlusive agents to a target site within a human or animal body which is accessible by a sy ...