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Philip C Evard, Timothy R Machold, Bojana Spahic: Composite vascular catheter. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Crosby Heafey Roach & May, January 5, 1993: US05176661 (183 worldwide citation)

An improved vascular catheter having a tubular member of composite structure with a tubular substrate and a resin-impregnated fibrous covering extending over a substantial part of the length thereof. The tubular substrate which is longitudinally flexible but relatively inextendible, is preferably po ...


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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason Brian Whitt, Philip Christopher Evard, Patrick Edward Macaulay, John Thomas Garibotto, Claude A Vidal, Russell J Redmond, Thomas Banks: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Medtronic Vascular, Robert D Buyan, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, November 14, 2006: US07134438 (165 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices, and systems for a) revascularization and/or b) performing other medical procedures at vascular or non-vascular intracorporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vessel to a vascular o ...


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Timothy R Machold, Janine C Robinson, Mary B Michaels, Motasim M Sirhan: Method of delivery therapeutic or diagnostic liquid into tissue surrounding a body lumen. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, March 18, 1997: US05611775 (161 worldwide citation)

A catheter and method of using the catheter for the delivery of therapeutic or diagnostic liquid within a body lumen of a patient. The catheter has an outer inflatable member which has a wall with a plurality of apertures which eject therapeutic or diagnostic liquid in a jet-like form deep within th ...


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John H Stevens, Wesley D Sterman, Hanson S Gifford III, Philip C Evard, Timothy R Machold: Method of delivering cardioplegic fluid to a patients heart. Heartport, Jeffry J Grainger, Jens E Hoekendijk, Michael J Lynch, August 11, 1998: US05792094 (144 worldwide citation)

A system for accessing a patient's cardiac anatomy which includes an endovascular aortic partitioning device that separates the coronary arteries and the heart from the rest of the patient's arterial system. The endovascular device for partitioning a patient's ascending aorta comprises a flexible sh ...


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Philip C Evard, Timothy R Machold, Bojana Spahic: Composite vascular catheter. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, January 1, 1991: US04981478 (143 worldwide citation)

An improved vascular catheter having a tubular member of composite structure with a tubular substrate and a resin-impregnated fibrous covering extending over a substantial part of the length thereof. The tubular substrate which is longitudinally flexible but relatively inextendible, is preferably po ...


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John H Stevens, Philip C Evard, Timothy R Machold: System for cardiac procedures. Heartport, Jens E Hoekendijk, Jeffry J Grainger, March 23, 1999: US05885238 (141 worldwide citation)

A system for accessing a patient's cardiac anatomy which includes an endovascular aortic partitioning device that separates the coronary arteries and the heart from the rest of the patient's arterial system. The endovascular device for partitioning a patient's ascending aorta comprises a flexible sh ...


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Timothy R Machold, Craig E Mar, Richard L Mueller Jr, John P Shanahan: Vascular catheters. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Fulwider Patton & Utecht, December 11, 1990: US04976720 (130 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a very low-profile dilatation catheter having an inner tubular member with an inner lumen with a diameter of not more than 0.003 inch (0.076 mm) greater than the diameter of a guidewire disposed therein. Preferably, the inner diameter of the tubular member is less than 0 ...


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John A Macoviak, Robert T Chang, David A Rahdert, Timothy R Machold, Rick A Soss: Devices, systems, and methods for supplementing, repairing, or replacing a native heart valve leaflet. Ample Medical, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, June 3, 2008: US07381220 (119 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods supplement, repair, or replace a native heart valve. The devices, systems, and methods employ an implant that, in use, extends adjacent a valve annulus. The implant includes a mobile neoleaflet element that occupies the space of at least a portion of one native valve lea ...


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Timothy R Machold, Wade A Keller, Alex T Roth, Nicole Denise Bloom: Method and system for control of a patient's body temperature by way of a transluminally insertable heat exchange catheter. Radiant Medical, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, September 16, 2003: US06620189 (115 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatuses for temperature modification of a patient, or selected regions thereof, including an induced state of hypothermia. The temperature modification is accomplished using an in-dwelling heat exchange catheter within which a fluid heat exchange medium circulates. A heat exchange ca ...


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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason Brian Whitt, Margaret W Tumas, Theodore C Lamson, Marc Jensen: Method and apparatus for transmyocardial direct coronary revascularization. Medtronic Vascular, August 16, 2005: US06929009 (113 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for direct coronary revascularization wherein a transmyocardial passageway is formed between a chamber of the heart and a coronary blood vessel to permit blood to flow therebetween. In some embodiments, the transmyocardial passageway is formed between a chamber of the heart and ...