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Peter Y Lee, William M Colone, Barbara L Teeter, William L Creer, Kevin G Farl: Delivery system for self-expanding stents and grafts. Endomed, David E Rogers, Michael A Lechter, Squire Sanders & Dempsey, February 6, 2001: US06183481 (155 worldwide citation)

A device for disposing a radially self-expanding endoprosthesis in a body lumen. The implantation device includes an elongated catheter having a distal end and an outer surface over which the endoprosthesis is placed a sheath disposed to releasably surround at least a portion of the endoprosthesis, ...


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William M Colone, Kevin G Farl, Barbara L Teeter, William L Creer, Joseph B Sinnott: Balloon-assisted intraluminal stent graft. Endomed, David E Rogers, Stuart A Whittington, Squire Sanders & Dempsey L, June 11, 2002: US06402779 (84 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal device such as a stent graft is formed of a conformable ePTFE tube and preferably a compressed self-expanding stent affixed to the tube. The conformable tube is made by a special process which insures that the tube is radially deformable up to a predetermined diameter without exceedi ...


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William M Colone, Kevin G Farl, Barbara L Teeter, William L Creer, Joseph B Sinnott: Expandable vascular prosthesis. Endomed, David E Rogers, Stuart A Whittington, Squire Sanders & Dempsey, September 3, 2002: US06443981 (42 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for making vascular prostheses from ePTFE said prostheses having a diameter which is larger, and a wall thickness which is smaller than previously achievable using ram extrusion techniques. The method consists of extruding a PTFE tube, finish processing the tube into an ePTFE t ...


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William M Colone, Kevin G Farl, Barbara L Teeter, William L Creer, Joseph B Sinnott: Method of making large diameter vascular prosteheses and a vascular prosthesis made by said method. Endomed, David E Rogers, Michael A Lechter, Squire Sanders & Dempsey L, February 13, 2001: US06187054 (39 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for making vascular prostheses from ePTFE said prostheses having a diameter which is larger, and a wall thickness which is smaller than previously achievable using ram extrusion techniques. The method consists of extruding a PTFE tube, finish processing the tube into an ePTFE t ...


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William M Colone, Kevin G Farl, Barbara L Teeter, William L Creer, Joseph B Sinnott: Method of making large diameter vascular prostheses and vascular prosthesis made by said method. Endomed, David E Rogers, Stuart A Whittington, Squire Sanders & Dempsey, August 12, 2003: US06605119 (14 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for making vascular prostheses from ePTFE said prostheses having a diameter which is larger, and a wall thickness which is smaller than previously achievable using ram extrusion techniques. The method consists of extruding a PTFE tube, finish processing the tube into an ePTFE t ...