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Paul James Miller: Catheter balloon with ultrasonic microscalpel blades. Boston Scientific Scimed, Vidas Arrett Steinkraus, December 26, 2006: US07153315 (252 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a catheter balloon, and balloon catheter incorporating the catheter balloon, useful in medical dilation procedures. The catheter balloon includes at least one microscalpel operatively disposed on an outer surface thereof. The microscalpel may advantageously be operativ ...


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Lixiao Wang, Paul James Miller, Daniel J Horn, Deborah A Frank: Process improvements for preparing catheter balloons. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, February 3, 1998: US05714110 (72 worldwide citation)

A method for forming a balloon for a dilatation catheter may utilize the steps of extruding a tubing preform of a polyester resin and then blowing the tubing into an oriented balloon, wherein the tubing preform is dried prior to blowing into the balloon form. Other process steps by which balloon con ...


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John Jianhua Chen, Douglas A Devens Jr, Paul James Miller, Edward Parsonage: Catheter tubing with improved stress-strain characteristics. Boston Scientific Scimed, Miller Matthias & Hull, June 12, 2007: US07228878 (5 worldwide citation)

A medical tubing is disclosed which includes a first material extending between proximal and distal ends of the tubing and which defines a lumen of the tubing. The tubing also includes a second material extending between at least portion of the distance between the proximal and distal ends of the tu ...


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John Jianhua Chen, Douglas A Devens, Paul James Miller, Edward Parsonage: Catheter tubing with improved stress-strain characteristics. Marshall Gerstein & Borun, June 10, 2004: US20040109966-A1

A medical tubing is disclosed which includes a first material extending between proximal and distal ends of the tubing and which defines a lumen of the tubing. The tubing also includes a second material extending between at least portion of the distance between the proximal and distal ends of the tu ...


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Lixiao Wang, Paul James Miller, Daniel J Horn, Deborah A Frank: Process improvements for preparing catheter balllons. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus Pa, August 15, 2002: US20020110657-A1

A method for forming a balloon for a dilatation catheter involving the steps of extruding a tubing preform of a polyester resin and then blowing the tubing into an oriented balloon, wherein the tubing preform is dried prior to blowing into the balloon form. The addition of this drying step to the ba ...


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Paul James Miller: Catheter balloon with ultrasonic microscalpel blades. Kagan Binder Pllc, December 11, 2003: US20030229370-A1

The present invention provides a catheter balloon, and balloon catheter incorporating the catheter balloon, useful in medical dilation procedures. The catheter balloon includes at least one microscalpel operatively disposed on an outer surface thereof. The microscalpel may advantageously be operativ ...


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John Jianhua Chen, Douglas A Devens, Paul James Miller, Edward Parsonage: Catheter tubing with improved stress-strain characteristics. Boston Scientific Scimed, Miller Matthias & Hull, September 20, 2007: US20070219528-A1

A medical tubing is disclosed which includes a first material extending between proximal and distal ends of the tubing and which defines a lumen of the tubing. The tubing also includes a second material extending between at least portion of the distance between the proximal and distal ends of the tu ...