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Robert P Skribiski: Torque-control catheter. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Loyal M Hanson, December 13, 1988: US04790831 (87 worldwide citation)

A catheter includes an elongated tube having a size and shape adapted to be inserted into the cardiovascular system that is composed of a material having a modulus of elasticity providing stiffness to enhance catheter torque control, and a sheath coaxially disposed over and bonded to the tube that i ...


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Robert P Skribiski: Guidewire for medical use. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Gordon L Peterson, Frank J Uxa Jr, September 19, 1989: US04867174 (74 worldwide citation)

A structure comprising: an elongated, flexible inner element and a substantially water insoluble, biocompatible sheath disposed over the inner element, the structure having a substantially uniform cross-section, being substantially solid, and sized and shaped for insertion into the body of a medical ...


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Samuel P Baldwin, Robert P Skribiski: Forming a chemically cross-linked particle of a desired shape and diameter. Scimed Life Systems, Fish & Richardson P C, May 30, 2006: US07053134 (19 worldwide citation)

Chemically cross-linked polymeric particles are formed using mechanical rather than chemical processes, facilitating production of small-diameter particles in a manner largely independent of the viscosity or density of the polymer. For example, an uncross-linked resin may be provided in particulate ...


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Samuel P Baldwin, Robert P Skribiski: Forming a chemically cross-linked particle of a desired shape and diameter. Boston Scientific SciMed, Fish & Richardson P C, October 30, 2007: US07288319 (6 worldwide citation)

Chemically cross-linked polymeric particles are formed using mechanical rather than chemical processes, facilitating production of small-diameter particles in a manner largely independent of the viscosity or density of the polymer. For example, an uncross-linked resin may be provided in particulate ...


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Samuel P Baldwin, Robert P Skribiski: Forming a chemically cross-linked particle of a desired shape and diameter. Boston Scientific Scimed, Fish & Richardson P C, March 24, 2009: US07507772

Chemically cross-linked polymeric particles are formed using mechanical rather than chemical processes, facilitating production of small-diameter particles in a manner largely independent of the viscosity or density of the polymer. For example, an uncross-linked resin may be provided in particulate ...


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Samuel P Baldwin, Robert P Skribiski: Forming a chemically cross-linked particle of a desired shape and diameter. Scimed Life Systems a Minnesota corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, October 30, 2003: US20030203985-A1

Chemically cross-linked polymeric particles are formed using mechanical rather than chemical processes, facilitating production of small-diameter particles in a manner largely independent of the viscosity or density of the polymer. For example, an uncross-linked resin may be provided in particulate ...


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Samuel P Baldwin, Robert P Skribiski: Forming a chemically cross-linked particle of a desired shape and diameter. Scimed Life Systems, Fish & Richardson PC, July 24, 2008: US20080174053-A1

Chemically cross-linked polymeric particles are formed using mechanical rather than chemical processes, facilitating production of small-diameter particles in a manner largely independent of the viscosity or density of the polymer. For example, an uncross-linked resin may be provided in particulate ...


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Samuel P Baldwin, Robert P Skribiski: Forming a chemically cross-linked particle of a desired shape and diameter. Scimed Life Systems a Delaware corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, August 3, 2006: US20060173090-A1

Chemically cross-linked polymeric particles are formed using mechanical rather than chemical processes, facilitating production of small-diameter particles in a manner largely independent of the viscosity or density of the polymer. For example, an uncross-linked resin may be provided in particulate ...