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Marc Alan Levine, Eduardo U Sucgang, Stephen J Hebert, Estela D Gatchalian, Quang Q Tran, Victor C Esch: Flexible flow apparatus and method for the disruption of occlusions. K Alison de Runtz, Skjerven Morrill, April 3, 2003: US20030065316-A1

The invention encompasses methods and flexible apparatus for creating fluid flow from one location to another through the repetitive expansion and collapse of bubbles generated as a result of the absorption of repetitive pulses of radiation in a fluid. This pumping phenomenon can be used to aid remo ...


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Stephen Hebert, Marc Alan Levine: Manipulatable delivery catheter for occlusive devices (II). Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, Howard Hughes Center, January 5, 2006: US20060004329-A1

This is in the general field of surgical instruments and is specifically a delivery catheter with a flexible, proximally-manipulated hinge or joint region. The inventive catheter may have a balloon region. The catheter may have a shaft of varying flexibility which contains several lumen. The inner, ...


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Stephen Hebert, Marc Alan Levine: Guidewire loaded stent for delivery through a catheter. Counter Clockwise, Neil D Gershon, June 1, 2006: US20060116750-A1

A guidewire loaded stent for delivery through a catheter is described herein. The stent delivery assembly can deliver and place a stent within tortuous regions of the body which are accessible to guidewires but inaccessible to stenting catheters. The assembly comprises a guidewire covered in part by ...


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Stephen Hebert, Marc Alan Levine: Guidewire loaded stent for delivery through a catheter. Counter Clockwise, Neil D Gershon, February 16, 2006: US20060036309-A1

A method of delivering a stent comprising providing an elongate guide having a stent coaxially supported on the guide for placement and movement by the guide, providing a tubular sheath member, advancing the elongate guide into the body to provide initial access to a preselected treatment site withi ...


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Stephen Hebert, Marc Alan Levine: Radially Expandable Stent. Bay Street Medical, Berenbaum Weinshienk & Eason PC, January 22, 2009: US20090024205-A1

A highly compressible stent is described. The stent includes a plurality of circumferentially offset and interconnected undulating rings having intermediate struts disposed between at least some of the undulating ring struts.


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Marc Alan Levine, Stephen Hebert: Long nose manipulatable catheter. Micrus Endovascular Corporation, Fulwider Patton, December 31, 2009: US20090326484-A1

A long nose manipulatable catheter is described herein. The catheter generally comprises a flexible joint region defining a main lumen and an adjacent wire lumen. The wire lumen has an opening near or at a distal end of the flexible joint region and a push/pull wire can be pushed or pulled through t ...


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Stephen Hebert, Marc Alan Levine: Prosthesis and delivery system. Bay Street Medical, Berenbaum Weinshienk PC, December 10, 2009: US20090306760-A1

A prosthesis delivery system including a prosthesis mounted on an elongate member. The prosthesis has longitudinally offset first and second locking members positioned on the prosthesis. The first and second locking members are configured to engage opposing proximal and distal sides of a radially ex ...


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Stephen Hebert, Marc Alan Levine: Prosthesis and delivery system. Bay Street Medical, Berenbaum Weinshienk PC, December 10, 2009: US20090306761-A1

A prosthesis delivery system including a prosthesis mounted on an elongate member. The prosthesis has a locking member positioned on the prosthesis. The locking member includes a reduced diameter portion with two opposing surfaces that are configured to engage opposing proximal and distal sides of a ...


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Marc Alan Levine: Method And Apparatus For Caged Stent Delivery. November 10, 2011: US20110276121-A1

In combination a device for delivering a stent within an intraluminal cavity and a stent including an elongated member configured to receive a stent thereon, a stent mounted on the elongated member and movable between a smaller diameter delivery position and an expanded placement position and a tubu ...


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Marc Alan Levine, Michael Leedle, John D Leedle: Rotational thrombectomy wire. November 17, 2011: US20110282370-A1

A rotational thrombectomy wire for breaking up vascular thrombus or other obstructive material having a core having a proximal portion and a distal portion. The distal portion has a smaller diameter than the proximal portion. A cable extends distally of the core. The cable has a first covering mater ...