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Selmon Matthew R, Sparks Kurt D, Betelia Ray, Clark Benjamin J, Kaiser Jason, Deckman Robert K, Thai Erik: Catheter systems for crossing total occlusions in vasculature. Lumend, Selmon Matthew R, Sparks Kurt D, Betelia Ray, Clark Benjamin J, Kaiser Jason, Deckman Robert K, Thai Erik, GREGORY Richard L Jr, October 5, 2006: WO/2006/105244 (8 worldwide citation)

Medical devices and methods are described that include catheter systems for use in vasculature. The catheter systems include a re-entry catheter for use with numerous guide wires to direct the guide wire from the extraluminal or subintimal space back into a true lumen after the guide wire has entere ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Milo Charles F, Wynne Robert L, Pal Suresh S, Dell Kent D, Gresl Charles, Hansen Gerald, Hill E Richard: Apparatus for treating vascular occlusions. Lumend, July 4, 2001: EP1112103-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

An intravascular catheter system for the treatment of occluded blood vessels that includes tissue displacement or hinged expansion members that are movable from a closed to an open position. An actuating assembly may be provided for moving the tissue expansion members between an open and closed posi ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Milo Charles F, Co Fred, Campello Mark, French Ronald, Aguilar Amiel: Apparatus for crossing vascular occlusions. Lumend, August 1, 2001: EP1119387-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for crossing totally to substantially occluded blood vessels by passing a redirectable wire such as a guidewire from a relatively proximal point past the occlusion within a subintimal space formed between the intimal layer and the adventitial layer of a blood vessel wall. The w ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Sparks Kurt D, Clark Benjamin J, Betelia Ray, Kaiser Jason, Thai Erik, Deckman Robert K: Catheter systems for crossing total occlusions in vasculature. Lumend, Zhang Diedong, Liang Mou, July 29, 2009: CN200680017674

Medical devices and methods are described that include catheter systems for use in vasculature. The catheter systems include a re-entry catheter for use with numerous guide wires to direct the guide wire from the extraluminal or subintimal space back into a true lumen after the guide wire has entere ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Sparks Kurt D, Betelia Ray, Clark Benjamin J, Kaiser Jason, Deckman Robert K, Thai Erik: Catheter systems for crossing total occlusions in vasculature. Lumend, December 26, 2007: EP1868754-A2

Medical devices and methods are described that include catheter systems for use in vasculature. The catheter systems include a re-entry catheter for use with numerous guide wires to direct the guide wire from the extraluminal or subintimal space back into a true lumen after the guide wire has entere ...


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Sparks Kurt D, Emery Jeffrey L, Seybold Brent D, Kupiecki David J, Pinson C Danielle, Madsen Allen W, Keleher Michael D, Salinas Sergio, Clark Benjamin J, Selmon Matthew R: Catheter system for vascular re-entry from a sub-intimal space. Lumend, Sparks Kurt D, Emery Jeffrey L, Seybold Brent D, Kupiecki David J, Pinson C Danielle, Madsen Allen W, Keleher Michael D, Salinas Sergio, Clark Benjamin J, Selmon Matthew R, sGREGORY Richard L, June 13, 2002: WO/2002/045598

A catheter system and corresponding methods are provided for accessing a blood vessel true lumen from a suub-intimal plane of the vessel. The catheter system includes visualiation elements for determining the orientation of the true lumen with respect to the sub-intimal plane at an identified entry ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Milo Charles F, Co Fred, Campello Mark, French Ronald, Aguilar Amiel: Methods and apparatus for crossing vascular occlusions. Lumend, GREGORY Richard L Jr, April 6, 2000: WO/2000/018323

Methods and apparatus for crossing totally to substantially occluded blood vessels by passing a redirectable wire such as a guidewire from a relatively proximal point past the occlusion within a subintimal space formed between the intimal layer and the adventitial layer of a blood vessel wall. The w ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Hansen Gerald, Milo Charles F: Catheter system for treating a vascular occlusion. Lumend, Selmon Matthew R, Hansen Gerald, Milo Charles F, ENG U P Peter, August 19, 1999: WO/1999/040963

Disclosed herein is a blunt end assembly including a catheter and a blunt end member. The blunt end member includes jaw sections which have a first closed position for locating the blunt end member at the site of the occlusion within the native lumen of the blood vessel and a second open position wh ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Hansen Gerald, Milo Charles F: Intravascular catheter system for treating a vascular occlusion. Lumend, Selmon Matthew R, Hansen Gerald, Milo Charles F, sENG U P Peter, August 19, 1999: WO/1999/040853

Disclosed herein is an intravascular catheter system for crossing a severe or total arterial occlusion; particularly, a steerable intravascular catheter providing a working element and the optical guidance thereof in crossing an occlusion. Also disclosed is a method of crossing a severe or total art ...


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Selmon Matthew R, Vetter James W, Hinohara Tomoaki, Milo Charles F: Catheter apparatus for guided transvascular treatment of arterial occlusions. Lumend, Selmon Matthew R, Vetter James W, Hinohara Tomoaki, Milo Charles F, ENG U P Peter, July 22, 1999: WO/1999/035980

An apparatus is described for treating arterial occlusions combining an intraluminally operable catheter having an occlusion-crossing working element, with an extraluminally operable locator for imaging the progress of the working element through the occlusion. Suction coupling means are described f ...