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Robert S Schwartz, John Bresnahan, Rebecca M Bergman, Arthur J Coury, Elaine Lindell, Vincent W Hull: Intravascular radially expandable stent. Medtronic, Daniel W Latham, Harold R Patton, February 1, 1994: US05282823 (429 worldwide citation)

A radially expandable stent for implantation within a body lumen having a generally cylindrical body with open proximal and distal ends, the cylindrical body comprising a plurality of metal elements joined to allow flexing of the cylindrical body along the longitudinal axis of the body whereby the s ...


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Robert S Schwartz, John Bresnahan, Rebecca M Bergman, Arthur J Coury, Elaine Lindell, Vincent W Hull, Michael Dror: Intravascular radially expandable stent. Medtronic, Daniel W Latham, Harold R Patton, August 22, 1995: US05443496 (378 worldwide citation)

A radially expandable stent for implantation within a body lumen having a generally cylindrical body with open proximal and distal ends, the cylindrical body comprising a plurality of metal elements joined to allow flexing of the cylindrical body along the longitudinal axis of the body whereby the s ...


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Robert S Schwartz, David R Holmes, Frederick S Halverson, James V Donadio III, David Berry: Flexible tubular device for use in medical applications. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt Professional Association, November 12, 1996: US05573520 (363 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for use as a catheter, a guidewire, a catheter sheath for use with catheter introducers or a drug infusion catheter/guidewire. The apparatus includes a flexible tubular member with an encasing covering the tubular member that creates a fluid-tight seal around the periphery of the tubula ...


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Robert S Schwartz, Ronald G Tuch, Rodney G Wolff: Intravascular medical device. Medtronic, Daniel W Latham, Harold R Patton, March 4, 1997: US05607463 (341 worldwide citation)

An indwelling intravascular device having at least one tissue-contacting surface in which the tissue-contacting surface is provided with improved tissue compatibility by applying to the base material comprising the tissue-contacting surface a thin layer of a tissue-compatible metal. Metals from Grou ...


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Thomas Q Dinh, Ronald J Tuch, Robert S Schwartz: Drug eluting stent. Medtronic, Daniel W Latham, Harold R Patton, December 16, 1997: US05697967 (297 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal stent comprising fibrin and an elutable drug is capable of providing a treatment of restenosis.


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Thomas Q Dinh, Ronald J Tuch, Robert S Schwartz: Drug eluting stent. Medtronic, Daniel W Latham, Harold R Patton, January 7, 1997: US05591227 (290 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal stent comprising fibrin and an elutable drug is capable of providing a treatment of restenosis.


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Robert S Schwartz, Ronald R Pfister: Medical instrument for locating and removing occlusive objects. American Hospital Supply Corporation, Tilton Fallon Lungmus Chestnut & Hill, September 6, 1977: US04046150 (285 worldwide citation)

An instrument particularly useful for locating and removing ureteral calculi and other occlusive objects from body passages. The instrument includes a flexible tube or sheath which slidably receives a tightly-twisted multi-stranded cable of a length greater than that of the tube, the cable having an ...


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James V Donadio III, David R Holmes, Robert S Schwartz, David Berry: Flexible tubular device for use in medical applications. Cardia Catheter Company, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, April 21, 1998: US05741429 (276 worldwide citation)

Manufacturing processes for apparatus, including slotted hypotube, for use as a catheter, a guidewire, a catheter sheath for use with catheter introducers or a drug infusion catheter/guidewire are disclosed. The manufacturing process includes creating a pattern of slots or apertures in a flexible me ...


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Robert S Schwartz, Rodney G Wolff: Bioelastomeric stent. Medtronic, Daniel W Latham, Harold R Patton, January 7, 1997: US05591224 (261 worldwide citation)

An bioelastomeric intraluminal stent comprising fibrin and elastin is capable of providing a treatment of restenosis.


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Joshua Makower, Robert S Schwartz, David R Holmes, Robert A Van Tassel: Percutaneous in-situ coronary bypass method and apparatus. TransVascular, Robert D Buyan, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, September 4, 2001: US06283983 (209 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for percutaneous, in situ coronary bypass wherein a tissue puncturing catheter is used to form blood flow paths between an artery and an adjacent vein such that arterial blood will flow through a segment of the adjacent vein, thereby bypassing a lesion in the artery. The tissue p ...



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