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Bradley Linden, Donald F Palme II, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman: Device for closing a septal defect. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, June 3, 1997: US05634936 (615 worldwide citation)

A device for closing off a septal defect including a polymeric self-hardening material in a specific conformation which is delivered by a catheter device to the area of defect either directly on the cardiac tissue or into a balloon which spans both surfaces of the defect, and hardened in-situ by cha ...


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Joseph Huebsch, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman, Danney Langanki: Apparatus and method for closing a septal defect. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, December 29, 1998: US05853422 (489 worldwide citation)

A catheter delivered device to close a septal defect, the device comprising a cylindrical shaft of metal or polymeric material with concentric parallel cuts through the wall of the device which create flattened support struts. The center of the support struts move radially away from the axis in a hi ...


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Joseph Huebsch, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman, Danney Langanki: Method of reversibly closing a septal defect. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, February 15, 2000: US06024756 (363 worldwide citation)

A catheter delivered device to close a septal defect, the device comprising a cylindrical shaft of metal or polymeric material with concentric parallel cuts through the wall of the device which create flattened support struts. The center of the support struts move radially away from the axis in a hi ...


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Joseph Huebsch, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman, Danney Langanki: Apparatus and method for closing a septal defect. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, September 12, 2000: US06117159 (295 worldwide citation)

A catheter delivered device to close a septal defect, the device comprising a cylindrical shaft of metal or polymeric material with concentric parallel cuts through the wall of the device which create flattened support struts. The center of the support struts move radially away from the axis in a hi ...


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Bradley Linden, Donald F Palme II, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman: Device for closing a septal defect. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, August 7, 2001: US06270515 (250 worldwide citation)

A device for closing off a septal defect including a polymeric self-hardening material in a specific conformation which is delivered by a catheter means to the area of defect either directly on the cardiac tissue or into a balloon which spans both surfaces of the defect, and hardened in-situ by chan ...


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Joseph Huebsch, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman, Danney Langanki: Apparatus and method for closing a septal defect. SciMed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, November 6, 2001: US06312446 (203 worldwide citation)

A catheter delivered device to close a septal defect, the device comprising a cylindrical shaft of metal or polymeric material with concentric parallel cuts through the wall of the device which create flattened support struts. The center of the support struts move radially away from the axis in a hi ...


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Kent D Harrison, Gary L Hendrickson, Thomas J Holman, Daniel M Lafontaine, Matthew J Miller, David B Robinson: Drug delivery catheter with manifold. SciMed, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, September 10, 1996: US05554119 (189 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter which may be inserted into a vessel, such as a blood vessel is disclosed. The drug delivery catheter comprises any elongated tubular member which has a proximal end and a distal end. A drug lumen which provides a communication path for fluid is provided in the elongated tubu ...


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Lixiao Wang, Martin R Willard, Thomas T Tran, Roger Hastings, Dale F Schmaltz, Thomas J Holman: Temporary stent. Scimed Lifesystems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, August 15, 1995: US05441516 (175 worldwide citation)

Apparatus including a spiral coil body as a stent for temporarily supporting a body vessel internally, the spiral coil body being adjustable in diameter by relative rotation of at least one of the ends of the body from a proximal location.


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Thomas J Holman: Memory module controller for providing an interface between a system memory controller and a plurality of memory devices on a memory module. Intel Corporation, Erik M Metzger, November 29, 2005: US06970968 (168 worldwide citation)

A memory module controller for providing interface between a system memory controller and a plurality of memory devices on a memory module. The memory module includes first interface circuitry and control logic. The first interface circuitry is configured to receive from the system memory controller ...


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Mark A Gonzales, Thomas J Holman, Patrick F Stolt: Method and apparatus for automatically scrubbing ECC errors in memory via hardware. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 8, 2000: US06101614 (164 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method and apparatus for automatically scrubbing ECC errors in memory upon the detection of a correctable error in data read from memory. This is performed by providing in a memory controller memory control logic for controlling accesses to memory, an ECC error check ...