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Scott E Boatman, Kimberly D Brummett: Flexible stent having a pattern formed from a sheet of material. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, May 27, 1997: US05632771 (334 worldwide citation)

A flexible stent having a waveform pattern formed from a sheet of biocompatible material and into a tubular shape for maintaining the patency of a lumen such as in a coronary vessel. The waveform pattern of the stent is formed from a flat sheet of malleable, biocompatible material by, for example, p ...


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Zaza A Kavteladze, Aleksandr P Korshok, Scott E Boatman: Stent introducer and method of use. William Cook Europe, Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, January 13, 1998: US05707376 (310 worldwide citation)

An introducer (10) method of percutaneously deploying a self-expanding stent (14) in a body vessel or duct (43). The stent introducer includes an outer elongated member tube (11) having a passage (12) extending longitudinally therein and operable in a first direction (13) for deploying the self-expa ...


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Gerhard R Wittich, Scott E Boatman, Joseph W Roberts: Medical retrieval basket. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, October 15, 1991: US05057114 (181 worldwide citation)

A medical retrieval basket having superelastic metallic alloy wires attached to the distal end of an inner elongated member tube for percutaneously capturing and removing calculi from a cavity or duct of a patient. The basket comprises kink-resistant superelastic metallic alloy wires such as nitinol ...


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Constantin Cope, Scott E Boatman, Joseph W Roberts: Medical retrieval basket. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, November 12, 1991: US05064428 (159 worldwide citation)

A stone retrieval basket having superelastic metallic alloy wires attached to the distal end of an inner elongaged member tube for retrieving calculi and crushing them against an outer introducer tube percutaneously inserted into a patient. The basket comprises kink-resistant superelastic metallic a ...


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Scott E Boatman, Kimberly D Brummett: Flexible stent having a pattern formed from a sheet of material. Cook Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, June 25, 2002: US06409752 (129 worldwide citation)

A flexible stent having a waveform pattern formed from a sheet of biocompatible material and into a tubular shape for maintaining the patency of a lumen such as in a coronary vessel. The waveform pattern of the stent is formed from a flat sheet of malleable, biocompatible material by, for example, p ...


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Brian L Bates, Scott E Boatman, David G Burton, Michael C Hoffa, Darin G Schaeffer, Jason S Sturgeon, Anthony O Ragheb: Coated medical device. Cook Incorporated, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, September 28, 2010: US07803149 (26 worldwide citation)

A coated medical device (10) including a structure (12) adapted for introduction into a passage or vessel of a patient. The structure is formed of preferably a non-porous base material (14) having a bioactive material layer (18) disposed thereon. The medical device is preferably an implantable stent ...


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Scott E Boatman: Weeping balloon catheter. Cook Medical Technologies, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, October 11, 2011: US08034022 (23 worldwide citation)

Multiple-balloon catheters, and methods of treatment therewith, are provided including an inflatable inner balloon at least partially enclosed by an expandable outer balloon that has holes. The annular space between the inner balloon and the outer balloon is configured to promote delivery of the flu ...