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Paul F Chouinard, Dennis A Peiffer, Patrick A Haverkost: Braided branching stent, method for treating a lumen therewith, and process for manufacture therefor. SciMed Life Systems, Ratner & Prestia, June 4, 2002: US06398807 (269 worldwide citation)

A bifurcated, braided stent has a body that branches into a plurality of legs and is adapted for deployment in a lumen. At least a portion of each leg of the stent comprises a discrete plurality of continuous filaments braided together, and at least a portion of the body comprises one or more of the ...


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Bradley R White, Paul F Chouinard, Dennis A Peiffer, Patrick A Haverkost: Braided, branched, implantable device and processes for manufacture thereof. SciMed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, November 25, 2003: US06652571 (238 worldwide citation)

A braided, branching implantable device, such as a stent, a graft, or a composite stent-graft, for deployment in a lumen, the device comprising a body that branches into a plurality of legs. At least a first leg portion of each leg comprises a discrete plurality of continuous strands braided togethe ...


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Paul F Chouinard, Patrick A Haverkost: Multi-section filamentary endoluminal stent. SciMed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, July 1, 2003: US06585758 (210 worldwide citation)

A multi-section filamentary stent comprises a braided section, which is a cylindrical mesh of a first set of filaments, connected to at least one wound section comprising a second set of one or more filaments having a repeating configuration with a bent portion. The two sections are preferably conne ...


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Paul F Chouinard, Patrick A Haverkost: Multi-section filamentary endoluminal stent. Scimed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, January 9, 2007: US07160319 (112 worldwide citation)

A multi-section filamentary stent comprises a braided section, which is a cylindrical mesh of a first set of filaments, connected to at least one wound section comprising a second set of one or more filaments having a repeating configuration with a bent portion. The two sections are preferably conne ...


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Paul F Chouinard, Dennis A Peiffer, Patrick A Haverkost, George T Roberts: Braided endoluminal device having tapered filaments. SciMed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, February 3, 2004: US06685738 (84 worldwide citation)

A stent comprising a plurality of continuous filaments braided together, at least one filament comprising a tapered filament having at least one first region having a first, relatively-larger cross-sectional area and at least one second region having a second, relatively-smaller cross-sectional area ...


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Paul F Chouinard, Dennis A Peiffer, Patrick A Haverkost, George T Roberts: Braided stent having tapered filaments. Scimed Life Systems, Ratner & Prestia, December 4, 2001: US06325822 (76 worldwide citation)

A method and stent for treating a lumen, the stent comprising a plurality of continuous filaments braided together, at least one filament comprising a tapered filament having at least one first region having a first, relatively-larger cross-sectional area and at least one second region having a seco ...


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Paul F Chouinard, Dennis A Peiffer, Patrick A Haverkost, George T Roberts: Braided endoluminal device having tapered filaments. SciMed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, October 14, 2008: US07435254 (42 worldwide citation)

A stent comprising a plurality of continuous filaments braided together, at least one filament comprising a tapered filament having at least one first region having a first, relatively-larger cross-sectional area and at least one second region having a second, relatively-smaller cross-sectional area ...


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Patrick A Haverkost, Jason P Hill, Susan M Shoemaker: Venous valve, system, and method with sinus pocket. Boston Scientific Scimed, Brooks Cameron & Huebsch PLLC, August 4, 2009: US07569071 (41 worldwide citation)

A venous valve with a frame and valve leaflets that provide a sinus pocket. The venous valve provides for unidirectional flow of a liquid through the valve.


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Paul F Chouinard, Dennis A Peiffer, Patrick A Haverkost: Braided branching stent, method for treating a lumen therewith, and process for manufacture thereof. SciMed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, September 13, 2005: US06942693 (31 worldwide citation)

A bifurcated, braided stent has a body that branches into a plurality of legs and is adapted for deployment in a lumen. At least a portion of each leg of the stent comprises a discrete plurality of continuous filaments braided together, and at least a portion of the body comprises one or more of the ...


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Patrick A Haverkost, Paul F Chouinard, James Weldon, Karen McDonald, Wade M Johnson, Juan Carlos Parodi: Method and system for deploying multi-part endoluminal devices. Scimed Life Systems, RatnerPrestia, June 26, 2007: US07235095 (27 worldwide citation)

A method for deployment of a multi-part endoluminal device includes deploying a first portion of the device sequentially from its distal end to its proximal end, then deploying a second portion of the device sequentially from its proximal end to its distal end so that its distal end overlaps the fir ...