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Marc L Jaker, Anna Maria Bigonzi Jaker: Variably inflatable medical device. RTC, Snell & Wilmer L, October 14, 1997: US05676688 (49 worldwide citation)

A non-contaminating surgical introducer/dilator includes a variably inflatable tubular balloon membrane. The leading section of the membrane is circumferentially folded back over, forming a double walled tubular membrane. The open end of the tubular membrane is fixed to the stem of the guide. The st ...


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Feliziani Roberto, Marc L Jaker: Non-contaminating probe and methods of making and using same. RTC, Snell & Wilmer, July 2, 1996: US05531717 (44 worldwide citation)

A non-contaminating catheter includes a hollow tube having an axial lumen extending along the length thereof, and an elongated, tubular, flexible membrane disposed within the lumen. The leading end of the membrane is circumferentially folded back over the leading edge of the tube and fixed to a guid ...


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Roberto Feliziani, Marc L Jaker: Non-contaminating probe and methods of making and using same. RTC, Snell & Wilmer L, April 27, 1999: US05897535 (39 worldwide citation)

A non-contaminating catheter includes a hollow tube having an axial lumen extending along the length thereof, and an elongated, tubular, flexible membrane disposed within the lumen. The leading end of the membrane is circumferentially folded back over the leading edge of the tube and fixed to a guid ...


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Anna Maria Bigonzi Jaker, Marc L Jaker: Membranes suitable for medical use. RTC, Snell & Wilmer, June 5, 2001: US06240968 (36 worldwide citation)

A modified polytetrafluoroethylene resin membrane material is provided for a variety of medical or other applications. The material may be used as a bandage, tissue barrier, article covering or coating. Layers of the membrane may be combined to form tubes useful alone or tubes which can be combined ...


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Marc L Jaker: Methods of making and using non-contaminating probes. RTC, Snell & Wilmer L, January 27, 1998: US05711841 (28 worldwide citation)

A non-contaminating catheter includes a hollow tube having an axial lumen extending along the length thereof, and an elongated, tubular, flexible membrane disposed within the lumen. The leading end of the membrane is circumferentially folded back over the leading edge of the tube and fixed to a guid ...


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Marc L Jaker, Anna Maria Bigonzi Jaker: Medical probe including an electrically conductive membrane suitable for medical uses. RTC, Snell & Wilmer, December 28, 1999: US06007488 (19 worldwide citation)

A modified membrane material, including a conductive surface, which may be used for a variety of medical or other applications, is provided. Various devices can be formed of the conductive surface materials, including tubes, probes, catheters and the like. Activation of the conductive surface, such ...