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Kalpana R Kamath, James J Barry, Sepideh H Nott: Polymeric coatings for controlled delivery of active agents. Scimed Life Systems, Kenyon & Kenyon, January 1, 2002: US06335029 (503 worldwide citation)

Implantable medical device having a structure adapted for introduction into a patient wherein the structure is composed of a base material positioned over the structure. The implantable medical device further includes at least one composite layer of a bioactive agent and a polymer material and at le ...


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George T Roberts, Kathleen L Hess, Sepideh H Nott, Michael S H Chu, Yem Chin: Controlled deployment of a medical device. Texas Petrodet, Bush Moseley Riddle & Jackson, August 13, 1996: US05545209 (471 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis delivery system having a balloon catheter with an inflatable balloon on its exterior. The balloon is inflatable by injection of fluid through a lumen in the catheter and the balloon is initially partially constrained against inflation by a constraint. A tubular prosthesis is disposed on ...


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Sepideh H Nott, Hannah S Kim, Naroun Suon, David L Sandock: Blood clot filtering. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, January 20, 1998: US05709704 (314 worldwide citation)

A blood clot filter including an anchoring portion including a generally cylindrical self-expanding body formed from resilient material, the generally cylindrical body having proximal and distal ends and defining an axial direction and having a structure of variable size diameter expandable from a l ...


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Sepideh H Nott, Hannah S Kim, Naroun Suon, David L Sandock deceased: Blood clot filtering. Boston Scientific Corporation, Hoffmann & Baron, January 11, 2000: US06013093 (252 worldwide citation)

This invention is a blood clot filter having an anchoring portion (402) which includes a generally cylindrical self-expanding body. A generally conical filtering portion (400) is axially aligned with the cylindrical body (402), has an open proximal end (406) coupled to a distal end of the anchoring ...


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George T Roberts, Kathleen L Hess, Sepideh H Nott, Michael S H Chu, Yem Chin: Controlled deployment of a medical device. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, March 29, 2005: US06872223 (211 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis delivery system having a balloon catheter with an inflatable balloon on its exterior. The balloon is inflatable by injection of fluid through a lumen in the catheter and the balloon is initially partially constrained against inflation by a constraint. A tubular prosthesis is disposed on ...


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Robert Thistle, Iiya Yampolsky, Sepideh H Nott, Hannah S Kim, Naroun Suon, David Lee Sandock: Self-centering, self-expanding and retrievable vena cava filter. Boston Scientific Corporation, Hoffman & Baron, April 10, 2001: US06214025 (194 worldwide citation)

A self-centering blood clot filter is provided. The filter includes an anchoring portion including a generally cylindrical radially expandable body including an axial lumen extending therethrough. The filter further includes a filtering portion including a conical body concentrically aligned within ...


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Hannah S Kim, David L Sandock, Sepideh H Nott: Vena cava filter. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, November 17, 1998: US05836969 (181 worldwide citation)

A vascular filter comprises an emboli-capturing portion having a set of helical filter-wires joined at a central region and extending in a given direction along the blood vessel in a diverging relationship to the axis of the filter, the wires terminating in free ends constructed to engage the walls ...


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Hannah S Kim, David L Sandock, Sepideh H Nott: Vena cava filter. Boston Scientific Corporation, Hoffman & Baron, October 3, 2000: US06126673 (146 worldwide citation)

A vascular filter-comprises an emboli-capturing portion having a set of helical filter-wires joined at a central region and extending in a given direction along the blood vessel in a diverging relationship to the axis of the filter, the wires terminating in free ends constructed to engage the walls ...


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Sepideh H Nott, Hannah S Kim, Naroun Soun, David L Sandock: Blood clot filtering. Boston Scientific Corporation, Hoffman & Baron, August 14, 2001: US06273900 (102 worldwide citation)

A blood clot filter comprising: an anchoring portion comprising a generally cylindrical self-expanding body formed from resilient material, the generally cylindrical body having proximal and distal ends and defining an axial direction and having a structure of variable size diameter expandable from ...


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Edward W Kaleskas, Thaddeus G Minior Jr, Sepideh H Nott: Rotary centrifuge bowl and seal for blood processing. Haemonetics Corporation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, September 3, 1991: US05045048 (96 worldwide citation)

A seal for a blood processing centrifuge bowl which is formed of a dynamic rotary seal and a static seal. The dynamic rotary seal is formed of an upper graphite or carbon non-rotating ring member and a lower two-piece rotatable ring member formed of a ceramic bearing surface bonded by adhesive to a ...