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Kenneth Ouriel, Daniel G Clair: Furcated endovascular prosthesis. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino L, March 21, 2006: US07014653 (108 worldwide citation)

An endovascular prosthesis (10) includes a first end (16) a furcated second end (18), and an anchoring means (20). The first end has a longitudinally extending central lumen (32) and means (40) for laterally supporting the first end. The furcated second end (18) includes at least two branches (64) t ...


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Kenneth Ouriel, Karl D, Douglas M Spranger: Two chambered autotransfuser device and method of use. Kenyon & Kenyon, July 11, 1989: US04846800 (47 worldwide citation)

An autotransfuser includes, in a single receptacle, a pair of chambers separated by a common wall. Each receptacle can alternately perform a blood infusion or blood collection function. Each chamber includes at least three inlets/outlets, a blood inlet, a blood outlet and an air inlet. In some embod ...


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Kenneth Ouriel, Karl D Kirk, Donald Lamond: Valvulotome with leaflet disruption heads and fluid supply. Boisurge, Kenyon & Kenyon, August 28, 1990: US04952215 (37 worldwide citation)

A valvulotome for rendering venous valve leaflets incompetent includes a rigid support comprising a fluid supply tube and, molded thereon, a dilator, and first and second valve disrupting heads. Each of the disrupting heads has a plane of symmetry, wherein the planes of symmetry of the two disruptin ...


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Kenneth Ouriel, Karl D Kirk III, Douglas M Spranger: Two chambered autotransfuser device and method of use. Kenyon & Kenyon, March 20, 1990: US04909780 (25 worldwide citation)

An autotransfuser that includes, in a single receptacle, a pair of chambers separated by a common wall. Each receptacle can alternately perform, a blood infusion or blood collection function. Each chamber includes at least three inlets/outlets, a blood inlet, a blood outlet and an air inlet means In ...


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Kenneth Ouriel, Harry B Goodson, Roy K Greenberg: Apparatus and method for eliminating dislodged thrombus. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Tarolli Sundheim Covell Tummino & Szabo, May 22, 2003: US20030097094-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) for eliminating dislodged thrombus (78) in a blood vessel (12) comprises a catheter (72) having a plurality of infusion ports (90) and a filter (76) attached to the catheter for trapping the dislodged thrombus carried by blood flow in the blood vessel. The infusion ports (90) are d ...