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Eric B Stenzel, Ronald A Sahatjian, Sheng ping Zhong, Kinh Luan D Dao, Peter L Dayton, Daniel J Kalashian, Stephen Griffin, Thomas Yung hui Chien: Method and device for providing full protection to a stent. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, December 14, 2004: US06830575 (204 worldwide citation)

A catheter comprises a catheter shaft, at least a portion of which defines a medical device receiving region, and at least one sleeve. The at least one sleeve comprises a tubular member constructed and arranged to transition between an extended state and a retracted state. The tubular member has a f ...


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Kathleen M Miller, Gregory T Sydney, Kurt Geitz, Peter L Dayton, Ronald A Sahatjian: Implantable or insertable medical device resistant to microbial growth and biofilm formation. Boston Scientific SciMed, Mayer Fortkort & Williams PC, David B Bonham Esq, May 3, 2005: US06887270 (191 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are implantable or insertable medical devices that provide resistance to microbial growth on and in the environment of the device and resistance to microbial adhesion and biofilm formation on the device. In particular, the invention discloses implantable or insertable medical devices that ...


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Peter L Dayton, Michael P Boutillette: Flexible device shaft with angled spiral wrap. Boston Scientific Scimed, Christensen O Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, August 25, 2009: US07579550 (69 worldwide citation)

Spiral-wound materials, spirals, and shafts made therefrom that have wraps with edges that may nest within one another are described. Such edges allow the spiral to achieve a smaller bending radius, meaning tighter turns and more flexibility due to the ability of adjacent wraps to nest within each o ...


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Michael P Boutillette, Peter L Dayton, Dennis R Boulais: Selectively rotatable shaft coupler. Boston Scientific Scimed, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, June 12, 2012: US08197400 (28 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system for dissipating loops in an elongated medical device having one end secured to an anchor point, such as a housing. The system includes a selectively rotatable shaft coupler that connects a shaft to the anchor point that allows a limited amount of shaft rotation duri ...


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Eric B Stenzel, Ronald A Sahatjian, Sheng ping Zhong, Kinh Luan D Dao, Peter L Dayton, Daniel J Kalashian, Stephen Griffin, Thomas Yung hui Chien: Method and device for providing full protection to a stent. Boston Scientific Scimed, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, April 6, 2010: US07691138 (22 worldwide citation)

A catheter comprises a catheter shaft, at least a portion of which defines a medical device receiving region, and at least one sleeve. The at least one sleeve comprises a tubular member constructed and arranged to transition between an extended state and a retracted state. The tubular member has a f ...


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Peter L Dayton, Michael P Boutillette: Flexible device shaft with angled spiral wrap. Boston Scientific Scimed, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 28, 2012: US08124876 (8 worldwide citation)

Spiral-wound materials, spirals, and shafts made therefrom that have wraps with edges that may nest within one another are described. Such edges allow the spiral to achieve a smaller bending radius, meaning tighter turns and more flexibility due to the ability of adjacent wraps to nest within each o ...


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Kathleen M Miller, Gregory T Sydney, Kurt Geitz, Peter L Dayton, Ronald A Sahatjian: Implantable or insertable medical device resistant to microbial growth and biofilm formation. Boston Scientific Scimed, Mayer & Williams PC, David B Bonham, July 9, 2013: US08481138 (3 worldwide citation)

Implantable or insertable medical devices that provide resistance to microbial growth on and in the environment of the device and resistance to microbial adhesion and biofilm formation on the device. In particular, the implantable or insertable medical devices include at least one biocompatible matr ...


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Ernest J St Pierre, Ronald A Sahatjian, Peter L Dayton, David Vafiades: Multilayer medical device. Boston Scientific Scimed, Crompton Seager & Tufte, February 10, 2009: US07488339 (2 worldwide citation)

Multilayer medical devices, apparatuses for making such devices, and methods of making such devices are disclosed.


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Robert A Herrmann, Frederick H Strickler, Wendy Naimark, Peter L Dayton: Processes for producing polymer coatings through surface polymerization. Boston Scientific Scimed, Mayer & William PC, David B Bonham, Keum J Park, April 26, 2011: US07931932 (2 worldwide citation)

A medical device with a therapeutic agent-releasing polymer coating. The medical device is provided by a method that comprises: (a) attaching at least one reactive species to a medical device surface, which reactive species leads to chain growth polymerization in the presence of monomer; (b) contact ...


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Dane T Seddon, Sean P Fleury, Mark D Wood, Peter L Dayton, Gary S Kappel, Norman C May: Methods and systems for attaching medical device sections. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, March 1, 2016: US09272128 (1 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the disclosure include methods and systems for attaching an articulation section. In an embodiment, a medical instrument includes a first tubular member including a first end. The medical instrument also includes a second tubular member including a first end. The second tubular member ...