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Kenneth R Kensey: Method and apparatus for surgically removing remote deposits. Intravascular Surgical Instruments, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, December 23, 1986: US04631052 (391 worldwide citation)

Procedures and devices for opening restrictions, e.g., occlusions, in passageways, e.g., arteries, of living beings. The device basically comprises an elongated, flexible recanalization catheter arranged to be threaded through the passageway to the site of the restriction. The catheter includes a wo ...


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Kenneth R Kensey: Method and apparatus for surgically removing remote deposits. Intravascular Surgical Instruments, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, December 13, 1988: US04790813 (357 worldwide citation)

Procedures and devices for opening restrictions, e.g., occulsions, in passageways, e.g., arteries, of living beings. The device basically comprises an elongated, flexible recanalization catheter arranged to be threaded through the passageway to the site of the restriction. The catheter includes a wo ...


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Kenneth R Kensey: Method and apparatus for surgically removing remote deposits. Intravascular Surgical Instruments, Caesar Rivise Bernstein & Cohen, May 20, 1986: US04589412 (233 worldwide citation)

A procedure and device for use in removing atherosclerotic plaques by inserting a multiple-lumen catheter having a cutting tip into an artery, such as the coronary artery. The cutting tip is rotated by the application of fluid pressure through an inner lumen while, if necessary, negative pressure ca ...


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Kenneth R Kensey: In vivo delivery methods and compositions. Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, November 22, 2001: US20010044584-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Various methods are provided for determining and utilizing the viscosity of the circulating blood of a living being over a range of shear rates for diagnostics and treatment, such as detecting/reducing blood viscosity, work of the heart, contractility of the heart, for detecting/reducing the surface ...


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Kenneth R Kensey: In vivo delivery methods and compositions. Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, May 23, 2002: US20020061835-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Various methods are provided for determining and utilizing the viscosity of the circulating blood of a living being over a range of shear rates for diagnostics and treatment, such as detecting/reducing blood viscosity, work of the heart, contractility of the heart, for detecting/reducing the surface ...


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Sehyun Shin, Young Cho, Kenneth R Kensey, William N Hogenauer, Sangho Kim: Mass detection capillary viscometer. Visco Technologies, Caesar Rivise Bernstein, Cohen & Pokotilow, November 15, 2001: US20010039828-A1

An apparatus and method for determining the viscosity of a fluid over plural shear rates caused by a decreasing pressure differential by monitoring the changing weight of the fluid over time. The apparatus and method utilize a riser, a capillary tube, a collector and a mass detector, such as a preci ...


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Sehyun Shin, Young Cho, Kenneth R Kensey, William Hogenauer, Sangho Kim: Electrorheological and magnetorheological fluid scanning rheometer. Rheolgoics, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, April 10, 2003: US20030066342-A1

A scanning rheometer is presented for the rheological property measurement of electrorheological (ER) and magnetorheological (MR) fluids using a non-linear viscoplastic model, based on the fluid height variation with respect to time. The rheometer basically includes a static (e.g., an overhead reser ...


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Kenneth R Kensey: Non-biohazard blood letting system. Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, December 5, 2002: US20020183652-A1

An apparatus that allows a patient to blood let safely and automatically and which allows for the safe disposal of the withdrawn blood.


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Kenneth R Kensey: Protective work chamber for arts, crafts, and other messy processes. Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, August 8, 2002: US20020105251-A1

A protective work chamber for arts, crafts, and other messy processes is provided that includes a container having at least one integral, substantially see-through panel, where the container is constructed at least partially from a flexible material, and has at least one glove having a hand section ...