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Richard S Stack, Richard A Glenn, Trevor J Moody, Fred E Silverstein, Nathan Every, William S Eubanks Jr: Satiation devices and methods. Stallman & Pollock, January 13, 2004: US06675809 (332 worldwide citation)

A device for inducing weight loss in a patient includes a tubular prosthesis self-expandable from a collapsed position in which the prosthesis has a first diameter to an expanded position in which the prosthesis has a second, larger, diameter. In a method for inducing weight loss, the prosthesis is ...


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Richard S Stack, Richard A Glenn, William L Athas, Michael S Williams: Satiation devices and methods. Stallman & Pollock, January 25, 2005: US06845776 (241 worldwide citation)

A device for inducing weight loss in a patient includes a tubular prosthesis positionable at the gastro-esophageal junction region, preferably below the z-line. In a method for inducing weight loss, the prosthesis is placed such that an opening at its proximal end receives masticated food from the e ...


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Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Kevin D Holbrook, Joseph M DeSimone: Endoprostheses and methods of manufacture. SyneCor, Deanna J Shirley, May 3, 2005: US06887266 (234 worldwide citation)

Improved endoprostheses comprising a delivery configuration and a deployed configuration and methods of manufacture are disclosed. Some embodiments according to the invention comprise woven tubular structures and means for maintaining said structures in their expanded configurations. In one embodime ...


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Richard S Stack, Fred E Silverstein, Nathan Every, William L Athas, Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, John Lunsford, Dan Balbierz: Method and apparatus for modifying the exit orifice of a satiation pouch. Synecor, Stallman & Pollock, December 12, 2006: US07146984 (200 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic device is described that is positionable within the gastro-esophageal junction region of a patient. The prosthetic device includes a proximal opening and a distal orifice that is adjustable in size prior to and/or following implantation. During use, the prosthetic device is attached to ...


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Richard S Stack, Richard A Glenn, Trevor J Moody, Fred E Silverstein, Nathan Every, William S Eubanks Jr: Satiation devices and methods. Synecor, Stallman & Pollock, April 8, 2008: US07354454 (165 worldwide citation)

A device for inducing weight loss in a patient includes a tubular prosthesis self-expandable from a collapsed position in which the prosthesis has a first diameter to an expanded position in which the prosthesis has a second, larger, diameter. In a method for inducing weight loss, the prosthesis is ...


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Richard S Stack, Richard A Glenn, Trevor J Moody, Fred E Silverstein, Nathan Every, William S Eubanks Jr: Satiation devices and methods. Synecor, Stallman & Pollock, October 17, 2006: US07121283 (163 worldwide citation)

A device for inducing weight loss in a patient includes a tubular prosthesis self-expandable from a collapsed position in which the prosthesis has a first diameter to an expanded position in which the prosthesis has a second, larger, diameter. In a method for inducing weight loss, the prosthesis is ...


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Richard S Stack, Richard A Glenn, William L Athas, Michael S Williams: Satiation devices and methods. Synecor L L C, Stallman & Pollock, December 26, 2006: US07152607 (156 worldwide citation)

A device for inducing weight loss in a patient includes a tubular prosthesis positionable at the gastro-esophageal junction region, preferably below the z-line. In a method for inducing weight loss, the prosthesis is placed such that an opening at its proximal end receives masticated food from the e ...


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Richard S Stack, Dan Balbierz, John Lunsford, Kevin van Bladel, William S Eubanks Jr, William L Athas, Richard A Glenn, Richard Kouri: Devices and methods for retaining a gastro-esophageal implant. Synecor, Stallman & Pollock, October 7, 2008: US07431725 (124 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are described for retaining a medical implant within a body cavity. According to one aspect, one or more plications are formed and the medical device is coupled to or seated against the plication(s). A patch may be positioned between tissue layers forming the plication so ...


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Richard S Stack, Richard A Glenn, Trevor J Moody, Fred E Silverstein, Nathan Every, William S Eubanks Jr: Satiation devices and methods. Synecor, Stallman & Pollock, September 26, 2006: US07111627 (110 worldwide citation)

A device for inducing weight loss in a patient includes a tubular prosthesis self-expandable from a collapsed position in which the prosthesis has a first diameter to an expanded position in which the prosthesis has a second, larger, diameter. In a method for inducing weight loss, the prosthesis is ...


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Michael S Williams, Terrance Ransbury, Richard A Glenn, Daniel W Fifer, Kevin Holbrook: Intravascular electrophysiological system and methods. Synecor, May 5, 2009: US07529589 (108 worldwide citation)

The present application describes an intravascular implantable pacing and/or defibrillation system. The described system includes a pulse generator that is implantable within a blood vessel and proportioned to blood flow through the blood vessel, and at least one electrode attachable to the pulse ge ...