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Michael A Savin, James E Windheuser, Richard A Noddin: Stent delivery system. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, August 21, 1990: US04950227 (625 worldwide citation)

A stent delivery system to facilitate introduction and placement of a stent, including a catheter having an expansible distal portion constructed and arranged for expanding the outer diameter of the catheter from a contracted state to an expanded state; a stent positioned around the distal portion o ...


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Charles D Lennox, Richard A Noddin, Ronald Sahatjian: Device and method for heating tissue in a patients body. Fish & Richardson, September 11, 1990: US04955377 (595 worldwide citation)

Device and method for heating tissue, the device having a catheter shaft for insertion into a patient's body, a chamber formed by a collapsible balloon mounted on the catheter shaft and filled with an electrically conductive fluid, two or more electrical contacts enclosed within the chamber, a power ...


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Charles D Lennox, Richard A Noddin, Ronald Sahatjian: Heated balloon catheters. Prutech Research and Development Partnership II, Fish & Richardson, November 29, 1994: US05368591 (406 worldwide citation)

Device and method for heating tissue, the device having a catheter shaft for insertion into a patient's body, a chamber formed by a collapsible balloon mounted on the catheter shaft and filled with an electrically conductive fluid, two or more electrical contacts enclosed within the chamber, a power ...


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Charles D Lennox, Richard A Noddin, Ronald Sahatjian: Device for heating tissue in a patients body. Prutech Research and Development Partnership II, Fish & Richardson, March 9, 1993: US05191883 (336 worldwide citation)

Device and method for heating tissue, the device having a catheter shaft for insertion into a patient's body, a chamber formed by a collapsible balloon mounted on the catheter shaft and filled with an electrically conductive fluid, two or more electrical contacts enclosed within the chamber, a power ...


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Richard A Noddin, Arthur R Madenjian, Ralph J Barry Jr: Balloon catheter. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, October 16, 1990: US04963313 (153 worldwide citation)

An inflatable medical balloon is formed by fabricating a tubular preform having a tapered region at the end of the portion where the main body of the balloon will form to enable the corresponding transition section of the blown balloon to have a separately controllable thickness profile. The preferr ...


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Richard A Noddin, Arthur R Madenjian, Ralph J Barry Jr, Fernando A de Toledo, Richard M DeMello: Dilation balloon. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, March 6, 1990: US04906241 (132 worldwide citation)

Dilation balloon devices that employ a metal tube for introduction of inflation fluid from distal end into a balloon have special features that enable introduction through very small passages. A distal core wire is shown forming part of a guide wire extending into the distal end of the tube. The cor ...


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John H Burton, Richard A Noddin, Dale L Schreiner, Timothy C Cook: Apparatus and method for inserting an adjustable implantable genitourinary device. Uromedica, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, July 16, 2002: US06419624 (32 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device and method for adjustably restricting a selected body lumen such as a urethra or ureter of a patient to treat urinary incontinence or ureteral reflux. The device includes an adjustable element and a tubular elongate body, where the adjustable element includes a chamber ...


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John H Burton, Richard A Noddin, Dale L Schreiner, Timothy C Cook: Apparatus and method for inserting an adjustable implantable genitourinary device. Uromedica, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, March 21, 2006: US07014606 (8 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device and method for adjustably restricting a selected body lumen such as a urethra or ureter of a patient to treat urinary incontinence or ureteral reflux. The device includes an adjustable element and a tubular elongate body, where the adjustable element includes a chamber ...


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John H Burton, Richard A Noddin, Dale L Schreiner, Timothy C Cook: Apparatus and method for inserting an adjustable implantable genitourinary device. Uromedica, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 10, 2010: US07771346 (7 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device and method for adjustably restricting a selected body lumen such as a urethra or ureter of a patient to treat urinary incontinence or ureteral reflux. The device includes an adjustable element and a tubular elongate body, where the adjustable element includes a chamber ...


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The Thomas Trin Tran, Richard A Noddin: Manufacture of inflatable member for bifurcation catheter assembly. Boston Scientific Scimed, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, January 11, 2011: US07867435 (1 worldwide citation)

A catheter inflatable member forming mold can include first and second frames that mate to define a mold cavity, the mold cavity defining a main cavity portion and a bulge cavity portion, the mold cavity being sized to receive an elongated tube member therein. The mold can also include a pin member ...