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Christopher E Banas, Tarun J Edwin: Endoluminal encapsulated stent and methods of manufacture and endoluminal delivery. Impra, David G Rosenbaum, May 12, 1998: US05749880 (288 worldwide citation)

An radially expandable stent-graft and method of making the same, including at least one a stent member encapsulated between at least two longitudinally expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) coverings. The at least one stent member has openings through wall surfaces of the stent to permit radial ...


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Christopher E Banas, Scott Randall, Tarun J Edwin, Fariba Hurry: Radially expandable vascular graft with resistance to longitudinal compression and method of making same. Impra, David G Rosenbaum, May 13, 1997: US05628786 (275 worldwide citation)

A microporous polytetrafluoroethylene ("PTFE") endovascular graft which has a reinforcing structure integrally bound to the graft which permits radial expansion of the graft and stabilizes the graft against longitudinal compression upon application of an axial force thereto and against axial foresho ...


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Christopher E Banas, Tarun J Edwin: Encapsulated stent. Impra, Graham & James, September 26, 2000: US06124523 (274 worldwide citation)

An encapsulated stent including a stent or structural support layer sandwiched between two biocompatible flexible layers. One preferred embodiment has a stent cover which includes a tubular shaped stent that is concentrically retained between two tubular shaped grafts of expanded polytetrafluoroethy ...


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Christopher E Banas, Tarun J Edwin, David Dalessandro: Endoluminal encapsulated stent and methods of manufacture and endoluminal delivery. Impra, Graham & James, December 21, 1999: US06004348 (221 worldwide citation)

An radially expandable stent-graft and method of making the same, including at least one a stent member encapsulated between at least two longitudinally expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) coverings. The at least one stent member has openings through wall surfaces of the stent to permit radial ...


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Christopher E Banas, Tarun J Edwin: Encapsulated stent. IMPRA a subsidiary of C R Bard, Todd W Wight, Morrison & Foerster, May 7, 2002: US06383214 (183 worldwide citation)

An encapsulated stent having a stent or structural support layer sandwiched between two biocompatible flexible layers. One preferred embodiment has a stent cover which includes a tubular shaped stent that is concentrically retained between two tubular shaped grafts comprised of expanded polytetraflu ...


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Tarun J Edwin, Scott L Randall, Brendan J McCrea, Christopher E Banas: Selective adherence of stent-graft coverings, mandrel and method of making stent-graft device. Impra, Todd W Wight, Morrison & Foerster, June 12, 2001: US06245099 (167 worldwide citation)

A method for selectively bonding layers of polymeric material, especially expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE), to create endoluminal vascular devices. In a preferred method the selective bonding is achieved by applying pressure to selected areas using a textured mandrel. This permits a stent de ...


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Tarun J Edwin, Christopher E Banas: Method of recapturing a stent. Bard Peripheral Vascular, Morrison & Foerster, April 19, 2005: US06881220 (140 worldwide citation)

An endoluminal stent contains a hollow passageway for the circulation of heated and/or cryogenic fluids to recapture a previously implanted shape memory stent. The hollow passageway stent can have one or a plurality of passageways and is configured in a tubular shape with numerous coils, providing a ...


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Tarun J Edwin, Christopher E Banas: Endoluminal graft with integral structural support and method for making same. Impra, Graham & James, April 25, 2000: US06053943 (140 worldwide citation)

A structurally supported graft (10) having a support structure (26) with strain relief sections (30) contained with an internal surface, an external surface, or a wall thickness of a tubular graft member (12). The structurally supported graft (10) may include a beading element (24) which is co-extru ...


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Tarun J Edwin, Fariba Hurry, Christopher E Banas: Radially expandable tubular polytetrafluoroethylene grafts and method of making same. Impra a Division of C R Bard, David G Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal Rosenbaum, March 21, 2000: US06039755 (132 worldwide citation)

Tubular ePTFE materials which are capable of being radially expanded under the influence of a radially outward force applied from the lumen of the ePTFE tubular material to substantially uniformly radially deform the ePTFE material. The ePTFE material is radially expandable to a diameter 700% its un ...


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Brendan J McCrea, Tarun J Edwin, Christopher E Banas: Encapsulated intraluminal stent-graft and methods of making same. Impra, Todd W Wight, Morrison & Foerster, September 17, 2002: US06451047 (125 worldwide citation)

Shape memory alloy and elastically self-expanding endoluminal stents which are at least partially encapsulated in a substantially monolithic expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (“ePTFE”) covering. An endoluminal stent, which has a reduced diametric dimension for endoluminal delivery and a larger in viv ...