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Kurt D Sparks, Jeffrey L Emery, Brent D Seybold, David J Kupiecki, C Danielle Pinson, Allen W Madsen, Michael D Keleher, Sergio Salinas, Benjamin J Clark, Matthew R Selmon: Catheter system for vascular re-entry from a sub-intimal space. LuMend, Courtney Staniford & Gregory, February 28, 2006: US07004173 (142 worldwide citation)

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


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Sergio Salinas De Gotari: Substantially stationary pressure sensitive system for providing input to an electrical device, particularly a computer. Vinson & Elkins L, July 4, 2000: US06084571 (11 worldwide citation)

A substantially stationary sensor for providing an input signal to an electrical device based on the mechanical force applied to a sensor includes first and second laminar springs. The deflection of the laminar springs caused by the force placed on the sensor is measured by opto-electronic systems a ...


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Sergio Salinas De Gotari: Substantially stationary pressure sensitive system for providing input to an electrical device, particularly a computer. Vinson & Elkins L, February 29, 2000: US06031520 (9 worldwide citation)

A substantially stationary sensor for providing an input signal to an electrical device based on the mechanical force applied to a sensor includes first and second laminar springs. The deflection of the laminar springs caused by the force placed on the sensor is measured by opto-electronic systems a ...


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Robert K Deckman, Erik Thai, Amiel R Aguilar, Benjamin J Clark, Sergio Salinas, Daniel E Francis, Kurt D Sparks: Catheter systems and methods for crossing vascular occlusions. April 22, 2014: US08702679 (3 worldwide citation)

Interventional catheter-based systems and methods are described herein for use in generating an initial pathway through vascular occlusions. The catheter systems generally include two elements. A first element is a Blunt Dissection Catheter including a manually actuated assembly located at the dista ...


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Kurt D Sparks, Jeffrey L Emery, Brent D Seybold, David J Kupiecki, C Danielle Pinson, Allen W Madsen, Michael D Keleher, Sergio Salinas, Benjamin J Clark, Matthew R Selmon: Catheter system for vascular re-entry from a sub-intimal space. Perkins Coie, August 1, 2002: US20020103459-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

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


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Kenneth N Horne, Sergio Salinas, Geoffrey C Gurtner, Michael H Rosenthal, Christopher S Jones, Joseph Rimsa: Apparatus and methods for nipple formation via collapsible devices. TauTona Group Research and Development Company L L C, Levine Bagade Han, April 12, 2016: US09308081

Apparatus and methods for nipple and breast formation are described where devices precondition or expand a target nipple tissue to reduce the pressure exerted by the skin on an eventual implant. Generally, the apparatus comprises a mold having a contact surface which is curved in conformance with a ...


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Kenneth N Horne, Michael H Rosenthal, Geoffrey C Gurtner, Christopher S Jones, Sergio Salinas, Joseph Rimsa: TauTona Group Research and Development Company L L C, Levine Bagade Han, April 11, 2017: US09615914

Apparatus and methods for nipple and breast formation are described where devices precondition or expand a target nipple tissue to reduce the pressure exerted by the skin on an eventual implant. Generally, the apparatus comprises a mold having a contact surface which is curved in conformance with a ...


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Robert K Deckman, Erik Thai, Amiel R Aguilar, Benjamin J Clark, Sergio Salinas, Daniel E Francis, Kurt D Sparks: Catheter systems and methods for crossing vascular occlusions. Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, January 27, 2005: US20050021002-A1

Interventional catheter-based systems and methods are described herein for use in generating an initial pathway through vascular occlusions. The catheter systems generally include two elements. A first element is a Blunt Dissection Catheter including a manually actuated assembly located at the dista ...


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Kurt D Sparks, Jeffrey L Emery, Brent D Seybold, David J Kupiecki, C Danielle Pinson, Allen W Madsen, Michael D Keleher, Sergio Salinas, Benjamin J Clark, Matthew R Selmon: Catheter system for vascular re-entry from a sub-intimal space. Courtney Staniford & Gregory, May 4, 2006: US20060094930-A1

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


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Geoffrey C Gurtner, Michael T Longaker, Reinhold H Dauskardt, Paul Yock, John A Zepeda, Kenneth N Horne, Bankim H Mehta, Michael H Rosenthal, Joseph Rimsa, Sergio Salinas, Melanie Harris, Greg Spooner, Kin Chan: Devices and methods for skin tightening. Neodyne Biosciences, September 6, 2012: US20120226214-A1

The methods, procedures, kits, and devices described herein assist with the healing process of tissue that was previously or simultaneously treated for a therapeutic or cosmetic effect. The methods, procedures, kits, and devices described herein can also provide temporary simulated results of a cosm ...