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Kurt E Heikkila, James E Fairman, Russell J Pylkki, Michael S Arney, Douglas E Wilken: Optical member with layer having a coating geometry and composition that enhance cleaning properties. Aspen Research Corporation, Merchant & Gould P C, February 26, 2002: US06350397 (36 worldwide citation)

An improved transparent optical member, preferably a glass sheet, comprising a nanostructure layer with an enhanced geometry and a balance of chemical (hydrophobic and hydrophilic) characteristics can be formed on a surface. The geometry and chemistry of the layer combine to obtain improved washabil ...


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Liliana Atanasoska, James Lee Shippy III, Tom Holman, Michael S Arney, Victor Schoenle, Frank Genovese, James Q Feng, Aiden Flanagan, Jan Weber: Self-buffering medical implants. Boston Scientific Scimed, Fish & Richardson P C, September 18, 2012: US08267992 (14 worldwide citation)

A medical implant includes a bioerodible portion that includes a bioerodible polymer and a bioerodible metal. The bioerodible polymer matrix degrades under physiological conditions to form acidic degradation products. The bioerodible metal degrades under physiological conditions to form basic degrad ...


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Liliana Atanasoska, Robert W Warner, Michael S Arney, Jan Weber: Drug eluting medical devices having porous layers. Boston Scientific SciMed, Fish & Richardson P C, August 26, 2014: US08815273 (1 worldwide citation)

In accordance with an aspect of the invention, implantable or insertable medical devices are provided that comprise (a) a substrate and (b) a porous layer comprising close packed spherical pores disposed over the substrate. The porous layer may also comprise a therapeutic agent. In another aspect, t ...


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Steven M Spencer, Robert Warner, Michael S Arney, John Blix: Medical devices and related systems and methods. Boston Scientific Scimed, Crompton Seager & Tufte, May 18, 2010: US07718106 (1 worldwide citation)

Medical devices including a proximal tubular member, a distal tubular member, and an intermediate tubular member connecting the proximal tubular member to the distal tubular member, and related methods.


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Greg Olson, Michael S Arney, Scott R Schewe: Medical devices. Boston Scientific Scimed, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, August 6, 2013: US08500797 (1 worldwide citation)

Medical devices and related methods are disclosed. In some embodiments, a method of manufacturing a medical device or a medical device component includes contacting a non-fluid first member and a second member, the first member comprising a first polymer and an alignable material different from the ...


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Andrew L De Kock, Daniel J Horn, Huisun Wang, Michael S Arney, David A Durand: Medical device with textured surface. Cardiac Pacemakers, Faegre Baker Daniels, March 29, 2016: US09295808 (1 worldwide citation)

Described is a guide catheter for guiding other medical devices into or through a body lumen, comprising: a polymeric, tubular inner liner having a textured inner surface; and, a polymeric jacket bonded to an exterior of the inner liner; wherein the texture of the inner surface of the inner liner re ...


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Liliana L Atanasoska, Shankar Godavarti, Michael S Arney, Joseph T Delaney Jr: Polymer coatings with catalyst for medical devices. Boston Scientific Scimed, Brooks Cameron & Huebsch PLLC, March 5, 2013: US08389083

Coating compositions and coatings for medical devices formed from the coating compositions that include a catalyst in a support polymer, where the support polymer helps to support and retain the catalyst in the coating on the medical device. The catalyst in the support polymer can act to chemically ...


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Michael S Arney, Scott R Schewe: Medical devices. Fish & Richardson PC, March 9, 2006: US20060051535-A1

Medical devices and related methods are disclosed.