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Matthew R Selmon, Charles F Milo, Robert L Wynne, Suresh S Pai, Kent D Dell, Charles Gresl: Methods and apparatus for treating vascular occlusions. LuMend, Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, June 8, 2004: US06746462 (69 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter system for the treatment of occluded blood vessels that includes tissue displacement or hinged expansion members that are movable from a closed to an open position. An actuating assembly may be provided for moving the tissue expansion members between an open and closed posi ...


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Matthew R Selmon, Charles F Milo, Robert L Wynne, Suresh S Pai, Kent D Dell, Charles Gresl, Gerald Hansen, E Richard Hill III: Method and apparatus for treating vascular occlusions. LuMend, Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, October 28, 2003: US06638247 (69 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter system for the treatment of occluded blood vessels that includes tissue displacement or hinged expansion members that are movable from a closed to an open position. An actuating assembly may be provided for moving the tissue expansion members between an open and closed posi ...


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Charles F Milo, Matthew R Selmon, Richard E Hill, Fred H Co, Ronald G French: Re-entry catheter. Lumend, Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, June 26, 2003: US20030120195-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Total occlusions are crossed by passing a guidewire or other penetrating wire from a point proximal to the occlusion into a subintimal space between the intimal layer and adventitial layer of the blood vessel wall. The wire is advanced to a point distal to the occlusion and thereafter deflected back ...


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Matthew R Selmon, Gerald Hansen, Charles Milo: Catheter system for treating a vascular occlusion. Up Peter Eng, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, September 6, 2001: US20010020172-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a blunt end assembly including a catheter and a blunt end member. The blunt end member includes jaw sections which have a first closed position for locating the blunt end member at the site of the occlusion within the native lumen of the blood vessel and a second open position wh ...


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Matthew R Selmon, Charles F Milo, Robert L Wynne, Suresh S Pai, Kent D Dell, Charles Gresl, Gerald Hansen, E Richard Hill: Methods and apparatus for treating vascular occlusions. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, August 30, 2001: US20010018596-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter system for the treatment of occluded blood vessels that includes tissue displacement or hinged expansion members that are movable from a closed to an open position. An actuating assembly may be provided for moving the tissue expansion members between an open and closed posi ...


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Matthew R Selmon, Charles F Milo, Fred Co, Mark Campello, Ronald French, Amiel Aguilar: Methods and apparatus for crossing vascular occlusions. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, March 15, 2001: US20010000041-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for crossing totally to substantially occluded blood vessels by passing a redirectable wire such as a guidewire from a relatively proximal point past the occlusion within a subintimal space formed between the intimal layer and the adventitial layer of a blood vessel wall. The w ...


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Kurt D Sparks, Jeffrey L Emery, Brent D Seybold, David J Kupiecki, C Danielle Pinson, Allen W Madsen, Michael D Keleher, Sergio Salinas, Benjamin J Clark, Matthew R Selmon: Catheter system for vascular re-entry from a sub-intimal space. Perkins Coie, August 1, 2002: US20020103459-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A catheter system and corresponding methods are provided for accessing a blood vessel true lumen from a sub-intimal plane of the vessel. The catheter system includes visualization elements for determining the orientation of the true lumen with respect to the sub-intimal plane at an identified entry ...


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Charles F Milo, Matthew R Selmon, Richard E Hill, Fred H Co, Ronald G French: Methods and apparatus for crossing total occlusions in blood vessels. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, August 9, 2001: US20010012924-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Total occlusions are crossed by passing a guidewire or other penetrating wire from a point proximal to the occlusion into a subintimal space between the intimal layer and adventitial layer of the blood vessel wall. The wire is advanced to a point distal to the occlusion and thereafter deflected back ...


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Matthew R Selmon, Charles F Milo, Robert L Wynne, Suresh S Pai, Kent D Dell, Charles Gresl, Gerald Hansen, E Richard Hill: Blunt micro-dissection catheter. Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, April 22, 2004: US20040077999-A1

An intravascular catheter system for the treatment of occluded blood vessels that includes tissue displacement or hinged expansion members that are movable from a closed to an open position. An actuating assembly may be provided for moving the tissue expansion members between an open and closed posi ...


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Matthew R Selmon, Kurt Sparks, Ray Betelia, Ben Clark, Jason Kaiser, Rob Deckman, Erik Thai: Catheter systems for crossing total occlusions in vasculature. Courtney Staniford & Gregory, December 7, 2006: US20060276749-A1

Medical devices and methods are described that include catheter systems for use in vasculature. The catheter systems include a re-entry catheter for use with numerous guide wires to direct the guide wire from the extraluminal or subintimal space back into a true lumen after the guide wire has entere ...