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Bevil J Hogg, Jeffrey M Garibaldi, Scott G Klimek: Guide for medical devices. Sterotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 4, 2003: US06527782 (204 worldwide citation)

A guide for controlling the orientation of a medical device includes a cannula having a lumen therein for the medical device, and a guide member having a passage therein for receiving and directing the medical device, the guide member being movably mounted in the cannula for movement. The guide memb ...


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Steven J Ferry, Jennifer R Finney, Cam Habeger, Vincent Hackenmueller, Andrew F Hall, Reed A Houge, Scott G Klimek, Michael J Pikus: System and methods for advancing a catheter. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 2, 2007: US07276044 (122 worldwide citation)

An advancer system is described for moving an elongate medical device within a body. The system includes a drive unit having a motor. The drive unit is configured to translate movement of the motor to the device so as to alternately advance and retract the device relative to the body. The advancer s ...


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Bevil J Hogg, Jeffrey M Garibaldi, Scott G Klimek: Guide for medical devices. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 10, 2010: US07771437 (46 worldwide citation)

A guide for controlling the orientation of a medical device includes a cannula having a lumen therein for the medical device, and a guide member having a passage therein for receiving and directing the medical device, the guide member being movably mounted in the cannula for movement. The guide memb ...


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Steven J Ferry, Jennifer R Finney, Cam Habeger, Vincent Hackenmueller, Andrew F Hall, Reed A Houge, Scott G Klimek, Michael J Pikus: System and methods for advancing a catheter. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 3, 2010: US07766856 (12 worldwide citation)

An advancer system is described for moving an elongate medical device within a body. The system includes a drive unit having a motor. The drive unit is configured to translate movement of the motor to the device so as to alternately advance and retract the device relative to the body. The advancer s ...


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Steven J Ferry, Jennifer R Finney, Cam Habeger, Vincent Hackenmueller, Andrew F Hall, Reed A Houge, Scott G Klimek, Michael J Pikus: Systems and methods for medical device advancement and rotation. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 14, 2012: US08114032 (11 worldwide citation)

A system for moving an elongate medical device has at least one drive element for engaging and moving an elongate medical device. Various embodiments provide for moving the separate inner and outer elements of a telescoping medical device. Some systems also provide for the rotation of a rotatable di ...


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Steven J Ferry, Jennifer R Finney, Cam Habeger, Vincent Hackenmueller, Andrew F Hall, Reed A Houge, Scott G Klimek, Michael J Pikus: System and methods for medical device advancement and rotation. Stereotaxis, Harness Dickey & Pierce, December 22, 2009: US07635342 (10 worldwide citation)

A system for moving an elongate medical device has at least one drive element for engaging and moving an elongate medical device. Various embodiments provide for moving the separate inner and outer elements of a telescoping medical device. Some systems also provide for the rotation of a rotatable di ...


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George Gullickson, Mark T Stewart, Joseph E Cardinal, Harry A Puryear, Scott G Klimek, James R Skarda, Richard A Thompson II, Alan L Carlson: Steerable catheter. Medtronic, March 23, 2010: US07682358 (8 worldwide citation)

A deflection mechanism for selectively inducing a bend in a catheter body includes an elongated deflection wire extending within a deflection lumen of the catheter body and into a handle. A guide track is formed within the handle and a thumb wheel is mounted proximal to the elongated guide track wit ...


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Bevil J Hogg, Jeffrey M Garibaldi, Scott G Klimek: Guide for medical devices. Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 8, 2004: US20040006350-A1

A guide for controlling the orientation of a medical device includes a cannula having a lumen therein for the medical device, and a guide member having a passage therein for receiving and directing the medical device, the guide member being movably mounted in the cannula for movement. The guide memb ...


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Steven J Ferry, Jennifer R Finney, Cam Habeger, Vincent Hackenmueller, Andrew F Hall, Reed A Houge, Scott G Klimek, Michael J Pikus: System and Methods for Advancing a Catheter. Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 21, 2008: US20080045892-A1

An advancer system is described for moving an elongate medical device within a body. The system includes a drive unit having a motor. The drive unit is configured to translate movement of the motor to the device so as to alternately advance and retract the device relative to the body. The advancer s ...


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Steven J Ferry, Jennifer R Finney, Cam Habeger, Vincent Hackenmueller, Andrew F Hall, Reed A Houge, Scott G Klimek, Michael J Pikus: System and methods for advancing a catheter. Bryan K Wheelock, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 28, 2002: US20020177789-A1

An advancer system is described for moving an elongate medical device within a body. The system includes a drive unit having a motor. The drive unit is configured to translate movement of the motor to the device so as to alternately advance and retract the device relative to the body. The advancer s ...



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