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Geoffrey H Willis, Thomas A Kramer, Paul A Spence, George T Christakis, Timothy J McCoy, John W Davis, Bradley D Blackwood, Peter Callas, Michael Francis Wei, Jonathan L Podmore, Andrew Knight, Thomas J Ward, Warren P Williamson IV: Method and apparatus for performing anastomosis with eversion of tissue edges and joining of exposed intima of the everted tissue. MAQUET Cardiovascular, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, March 3, 2009: US07497865 (35 worldwide citation)

A ring for use in anastomosis. Preferably, the ring is integrally formed from metal, and includes a ring portion and tines and docking members that extend from the ring portion. The ring portion and tines are malleable, and preferably also the docking members are malleable. The ring portion and tine ...


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Geoffrey H Willis, Thomas A Kramer, Paul A Spence, George T Christakis, Timothy J McCoy, John W Davis, Bradley D Blackwood, Peter Callas, Michael Francis Wei, Jonathan L Podmore, Andrew Knight, Thomas J Ward, Warren P Williamson IV: Method and apparatus for performing anastomosis with eversion of tissue edges and joining of exposed intima of the everted tissue. Origin Medsystems, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, November 2, 2004: US06811555 (19 worldwide citation)

A ring for use in anastomosis. Preferably, the ring is integrally formed from metal, and includes a ring portion and tines and docking members that extend from the ring portion. The ring portion and tines are malleable, and preferably also the docking members are malleable. The ring portion and tine ...


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Michael Francis Wei: Bifurcated tubular graft for treating tricuspid regurgitation. Abbott Cardiovascular Systems, Fulwider Patton, November 20, 2018: US10130465

A lubricated tubular graft is implanted in the inferior vena cava and the superior vena cava in order to control the inflow of blood to the right atrium. A bifurcated leg with a non-collapsing stent extends across the tricuspid valve. A bioprosthetic valve is positioned proximal of the stent in the ...


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Geoffrey H Willis, Thomas A Kramer, Paul A Spence, George T Christakis, Timothy J McCoy, John W Davis, Bradley D Blackwood, Peter Callas, Michael Francis Wei, Jonathan L Podmore, Andrew Knight, Thomas J Ward, Warren P Williamson: Method and apparatus for performing anastomosis with eversion of tissue edges and joining of exposed intima of the everted tissue. Law Office Of Alan W Cannon, November 4, 2004: US20040220597-A1

A ring for use in anastomosis. Preferably, the ring is integrally formed from metal, and includes a ring portion and tines and docking members that extend from the ring portion. The ring portion and tines are malleable, and preferably also the docking members are malleable. The ring portion and tine ...


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Jonathan L Podmore, Michael Francis Wei, Timothy J McCoy, Timothy B McFann, Peter Callas, Geoffrey H Willis, Paul A Spence: Method and apparatus for performing end-to-end and end-to-side anastomosis with eversion of tissue edges. Alan W Cannon, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, January 1, 2004: US20040002721-A1

An element for use in anastomosis and a method and apparatus for installing the element (having tines that extend from a central portion) at the open end of a blood vessel (or other tubular body structure). To install an embodiment of the element; a carriage holds the element and shields the tines, ...