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Gregory Scott Kelley: Delivery system for deployment of medical devices. Medtronic CoreValve, May 13, 2014: US08721714 (32 worldwide citation)

A catheter that comprises a sheath that is connected at opposing ends to concentric tubes that move relative to each other in a manner that alternatively covers and exposes a medical device loaded onto the catheter. A portion of the sheath is arranged so as to invert upon itself so that axial moveme ...


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Scott Kelley: Self-measuring dispensing container. Bracewell & Patterson L, December 17, 2002: US06494350 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a self-measuring container that dispenses only a specific amount of fluid each time fluid is poured from the container. This container has a storage chamber where the fluid initially resides and a measuring/dispensing chamber, below the storage chamber, where the specific am ...


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Scott Kelley: Closure device for shoe. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, Kleinberg & Lerner, February 2, 2010: US07654012 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a fitted, supportive, comfortable shoe upper with a laceless closure device comprising one interlaced strap capable of rapid adjustment in multiple planes of movement.


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Scott Kelley, Sam Chou: Article of footwear with interactive system. SKECHERS U II, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, Kleinberg & Lerner, June 16, 2015: US09055778 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention is related to an article of footwear, namely an interactive activity integrated into the article of footwear. The interactive activity may be operated when the article of footwear is either in motion or stationary. The interactive activity instructs the user to respond. Upon a ...


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Gregory Scott Kelley: Methods for deployment of medical devices. Medtronic CV Luxembourg r l, January 3, 2017: US09532873

Methods for delivering a medical device loaded onto a catheter include positioning a first tube relative to a second concentric tube such that sheathing material having a first end affixed to the first tube and a second end affixed to the second tube forms an inner layer and an outer layer having at ...


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Scott Kelley: Acetabular components with radiological markers for a hip replacement implant. Coats & Bennett P L L C, October 25, 2016: US09474614

An acetabular component of a hip replacement implant that is configured to be attached to an acetabulum and to receive a femoral component of the hip replacement implant. The component includes a concave body with a closed end configured to seat against the acetabulum and an open end configured to r ...


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Scott Kelley: Methods and systems for preparing the acetabulum to receive an acetabular component in a hip replacement surgical procedure. Coats & Bennett PLLC, June 6, 2017: US09668760

Methods and devices for preparing an acetabulum for receiving an acetabular component in a hip replacement procedure. The methods may include aligning a first guide in an acetabular notch of the acetabulum and determining a reference point in the acetabulum. The first guide is removed from the aceta ...


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