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Loc Phan, Simon Stertzer, Michael Froix: Endoprosthetic device with therapeutic compound. Quanam Medical Corporation, Judy M Mohr, Peter J Dehlinger, October 7, 1997: US05674242 (450 worldwide citation)

An endoprosthetic device for insertion at a vascular site is described. The device is composed of a structural member carrying a polymer member having an embedded therapeutic compound. The polymer member is formed of a shape-memory polymer for expansion upon exposed to a selected stimulus. The struc ...


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Peter A Altman, John D Altman, Simon Stertzer: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Biocardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 9, 2002: US06416510 (202 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivered to the inside of the heart, the catheter ca ...


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Loc Phan, Simon Stertzer, Michael Froix: Intravascular stent. Quanam Medical Corporation, Judy M Mohr, Peter J Dehlinger & Associates Dehlinger, September 21, 1999: US05954744 (148 worldwide citation)

A stent designed to be carried on the balloon of a balloon catheter to a target site is described. The stent is formed of a series of expandable, strip-like segments, each formed of a memory polymer and adapted for movement between a closed, high-curvature condition and an expanded, low-curvature co ...


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Loc Phan, Michael Froix, Simon Stertzer: Intravascular stent. Quanam Medical Corporation, Judy M Mohr, Peter J Dehlinger, February 18, 1997: US05603722 (138 worldwide citation)

A stent designed to be carried on the balloon of a balloon catheter to a target site is described. The stent is formed of a series of expandable, strip-like segments, each formed of a memory polymer and adapted for movement between a closed, high-curvature condition and an expanded, low-curvature co ...


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Daniel Rosenman, Daniel Kayser, Michael Keleher, Nick Fravala, Richard Cook, Mark Tale, Frank Arko, Simon Stertzer, Peter A Altman: Steerable guide catheters and methods for their use. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 22, 2008: US07402151 (137 worldwide citation)

Methods for easy, atraumatic access to areas of the vasculature that are otherwise difficult to access, using steerable guide catheters constructed with components that are selected to provide optimal navigability, torque transfer, and push ability for a variety of typical percutaneous access routes ...


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Peter A Altman, John D Altman, Simon Stertzer: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett PC, September 27, 2011: US08027740 (17 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivered to the inside of the heart, the catheter ca ...


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Daniel Rosenman, Daniel Kayser, Michael Keleher, Nick Fravala, Richard Cook, Mark Tale, Frank Arko, Simon Stertzer, Peter A Altman: Steerable guide catheters and methods for their use. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett PC, January 27, 2015: US08939960 (3 worldwide citation)

Methods for easy, atraumatic access to areas of the vasculature that are otherwise difficult to access, using steerable guide catheters constructed with components that are selected to provide optimal navigability, torque transfer, and push ability for a variety of typical percutaneous access routes ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Daniel Kayser, Michael Keleher, Nick Fravala, Richard Cook, Mark Tale, Frank Arko, Simon Stertzer, Peter A Altman: Method of accessing a contralateral femoral artery of a patient. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett PC, July 14, 2015: US09078994

Methods for easy, atraumatic access to areas of the vasculature that are otherwise difficult to access, using steerable guide catheters constructed with components that are selected to provide optimal navigability, torque transfer, and push ability for a variety of typical percutaneous access routes ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Daniel Kayser, Michael Keleher, Nick Fravala, Richard Cook, Mark Tale, Frank Arko, Simon Stertzer, Peter A Altman: Method of implanting a PFO occluder in a patient. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett PC, April 28, 2015: US09017284

Methods for easy, atraumatic access to areas of the vasculature that are otherwise difficult to access, using steerable guide catheters constructed with components that are selected to provide optimal navigability, torque transfer, and push ability for a variety of typical percutaneous access routes ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Daniel Kayser, Michael Keleher, Nick Fravala, Richard Cook, Mark Tale, Frank Arko, Simon Stertzer, Peter A Altman: Method of accessing a carotid artery of a patient. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett PC, April 21, 2015: US09011373

Methods for easy, atraumatic access to areas of the vasculature that are otherwise difficult to access, using steerable guide catheters constructed with components that are selected to provide optimal navigability, torque transfer, and push ability for a variety of typical percutaneous access routes ...