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Steven E Scott: Braid Electrode leads and catheters and methods for using the same. Pacing Systems, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, April 9, 1991: US05005587 (99 worldwide citation)

A lead or catheter for implantation in a body for conducting electrical current between an electrical device and a location in the body, including an elongate tubular insulating material, a first portion of electrically conductive braid forming a closely fitting sheath around a portion of the insula ...


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Peter R Accorti Jr, Richard Luceri, Steven E Scott: Temporary catheter. Rhythm Technologies, Leydig Voit & Mayer, September 22, 1998: US05810887 (63 worldwide citation)

A catheter includes a torque transmission assembly coupled to an elongate body and an electrical connector wherein the torque transmission assembly can transmit torque and electrical current along the elongate body.


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William Butler, John Ockuly, Joseph J Florio, Gene A Bornzin, Steven E Scott: Splittable occlusion balloon sheath and process of use. St Jude Medical, Daig Division, Reed R Heimbecher, Heimbecher & Assoc, July 6, 2004: US06758854 (61 worldwide citation)

A splittable occlusion balloon sheath includes a splittable sheath onto which an occlusion balloon has been secured near the distal end of the splittable sheath. A splittable hemostasis valve or a partitioned hemostasis valve system may also be secured within or to the splittable occlusion balloon s ...


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Michael L Hofstad, John D Ockuly, Michael J Coyle, Mark W Kroll, Steven E Scott: Temporary atrial cardioversion catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, April 17, 2001: US06219582 (39 worldwide citation)

A coronary sinus catheter includes a distal electrode portion with optimally-spaced and sized ring electrodes and a proximal electrode portion with at least one optimally-spaced and sized larger surface electrode. The catheter has all or some of the following features. First, at least one ring elect ...


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Michael A Faltys, Roy C Martin, Steven E Scott, Gerald E Loeb: Nerve cuff with pocket for leadless stimulator. SetPoint Medical Corporation, Shay Glenn, November 3, 2015: US09174041 (6 worldwide citation)

An extravascular nerve cuff that is configured to hold a leadless, integral, implantable microstimulator. The nerve cuff may include a cuff body having a pocket or pouch for removably receiving the implantable device within. The nerve cuff can be secured around the nerve such that the electrodes of ...


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Michael L Hofstad, John D Ockuly, Michael J Coyle, Mark W Kroll, Steven E Scott: Temporary atrial cardioversion catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, August 20, 2002: US06438426 (3 worldwide citation)

A coronary sinus catheter includes a distal electrode portion with optimally-spaced and sized ring electrodes and a proximal electrode portion with at least one optimally-spaced and sized larger surface electrode. The catheter has all or some of the following features. First, at least one ring elect ...


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Michael A Faltys, Roy C Martin, Steven E Scott, Gerald E Loeb: Nerve cuff with pocket for leadless stimulator. SetPoint Medical Corporation, Shay Glenn, July 11, 2017: US09700716 (1 worldwide citation)

An extravascular nerve cuff that is configured to hold a leadless, integral, implantable microstimulator. The nerve cuff may include a cuff body having a pocket or pouch for removably receiving the implantable device within. The nerve cuff can be secured around the nerve such that the electrodes of ...


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Alexander Yevzlin, Randall S Nelson, Steven E Scott, Robert James Ziebol: Anastomotic connector. Phraxis, Barbara A Wrigley, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, June 16, 2015: US09055946

An anastomotic connector comprises a generally tubular access port having a first end and a second end and a main body portion in fluid communication with the second end of the access port that is structured to be deployed within a fluid passageway. The main body portion includes an expandable mesh ...


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Steven E Scott, Jahn Stopperan, John Tracy, Greg Closser: Flex circuit ribbon based elongated members and attachments. Evergreen Medical Technologies, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, March 27, 2018: US09925354

A catheter or other elongated member can include an elongated inner portion, an elongated outer portion, a flex circuit ribbon comprising at least one conductor, and an electrical contact. The flex circuit ribbon can be situated between the inner portion and the outer portion. The inner portion and ...


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Michael L Hofstad, John D Ockuly, Michael J Coyle, Mark W Kroll, Steven E Scott: Temporary atrial cardioversion catheter. Daig Corporation, Scott R Cox, November 22, 2001: US20010044645-A1

A coronary sinus catheter includes a distal electrode portion with optimally-spaced and sized ring electrodes and a proximal electrode portion with at least one optimally-spaced and sized larger surface electrode. The catheter has all or some of the following features. First, at least one ring elect ...