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Stanley R Conston, Gregory S Dapper, Aileen L Murphy, Jennifer Raeder Devens, Ronald Yamamoto: Embolization plugs for blood vessels. Vitaphore Corporation, Fish & Richardson, October 10, 1995: US05456693 (277 worldwide citation)

A bioresorbable and hemostatic plug for embolization made from a collagen piece is compressed so as to be longitudinally insertable into a tubular biological vessel such as a blood vessel to be occluded. The collagen piece is capable of expanding radially inside the vessel by absorbing fluid such as ...


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D Laksen Sirimanne, Natalie V Fawzi, Douglas S Sutton, Gail Lebovic, Stanley R Conston, Peter M Wilson: Subcutaneous cavity marking device and method. Vivant Medical, Morrison & Foerster, April 16, 2002: US06371904 (219 worldwide citation)

This is a subcutaneous cavity marking devices and methods. More particularly, upon insertion into a body, the cavity marking device and method enable one to determine the center, orientation, and periphery of the cavity by radiographic, mammographic, echogenic, or other non-invasive imaging techniqu ...


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Ronald K Yamamoto, Stanley R Conston, Matthew Bootman: Percutaneous access device. Vitaphore Corporation, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, October 22, 1991: US05059186 (167 worldwide citation)

A percutaneous access device for aseptically introducing catheters or other tubes into the body, is disclosed. In one aspect, the device comprises a valve housing having a tapered inner bore; a tapered tubular valve means which is inserted into the valve housing bore and comprises one or two valves; ...


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Ronald Yamamoto, Stanley R Conston, Sophia Pesotchinsky: Antimicrobial wound dressing and skin fixator for percutaneous conduits. Vitaphore Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, April 10, 1990: US04915694 (114 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial catheter shield is provided comprising an elastomeric catheter collar and a planar porous elastomeric peripheral flange, with an absorbent patch containing an antimicrobial agent attached to the surface of the flange opposite to the collar. A radial slit extends through the collar, ...


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Jeffrey Christian, Stanley R Conston, David J Kupiecki, John McKenzie: Composite ophthalmic microcannula. IScience Surgical Corporation, Carol D Titus, GSS Law Group, April 24, 2007: US07207980 (113 worldwide citation)

Microcannulae are constructed with multiple components in a composite design, allowing the microcannulae to have varying mechanical and delivery properties that will enable ophthalmic treatments by minimally invasive means. The microcannula includes at least one flexible, tubular communicating eleme ...


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John R McKenzie, Stanley R Conston, David J Kupiecki: Injector for viscous materials. iScience Interventional Corporation, Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampson, June 28, 2011: US07967772 (73 worldwide citation)

An injector is provided to deliver microquantities of viscous materials into the body, such as the eye, for surgical purposes. The injector comprises a syringe body with a plunger disposed therein coupled to a positive displacement mechanism capable of progressively advancing the plunger to precisel ...


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Stanley R Conston, Ronald K Yamamoto, Jodi J Akin, Gitanjali V Barry: Devices and methods for interconnecting vessels. BioConnect Systems, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, February 22, 2011: US07892247 (68 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides implantable devices and associated methods for interconnecting human vessels in a side-to-side or an end-to-side arrangement rapidly, safely and in a minimally invasive manner. The devices comprise a vessel connector and a intravascular support mechanism for establishi ...


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Jodi Akin, Amr Salahieh, Michael Mack, Hani Shennib, Jackson Demond, Ronald K Yamamoto, Stanley R Conston: Devices and methods for interconnecting vessels. Vasconnect, Carol LaSalle, Bozicevic Field & Francis, October 1, 2002: US06458140 (64 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides implantable devices and associated methods forinterconnecting human vessels in a side-to-side or an end-to-side arrangement rapidly, safely and in a minimally invasive manner. The devices comprises at least a first segment, a second component, and a flow opening betwee ...


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Daniel Rachlin, Stanley R Conston: Ultrasound interfacing device for tissue imaging. Iscience Interventional Corporation, GSS Law Group, James J Leary, Carol D Titus, April 26, 2011: US07931596 (59 worldwide citation)

A device (10) used with high frequency ultrasound provides a replaceable barrier between the ultrasound transducer and the tissues being imaged. The device (10) provides an acoustic pathway of minimal effect on the ultrasound signals, and furthermore provides for a safety barrier between a mechanica ...


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Ronald Yamamoto, Stanley R Conston, Sophia Pesotchinsky: Antimicrobial wound dressing and skin fixator for orthopedic pins. Vitaphore, Flehr Hohbach Text Albritton & Herbert, August 15, 1989: US04856504 (55 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial orthopedic pin percutaneous protection kit is provided comprising a shield and a pad and patch combination. The shield comprises a central elastomeric collar having a longitudinal orifice and having one end of the collar substantially orthogonally disposed to an elastomeric peripher ...