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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui: Polymer covered vaso-occlusive devices and methods of producing such devices. Johney U Han, Morrison & Foerster, January 3, 2002: US20020002382-A1

This is a medical device for forming an embolism within the vasculature of a patient. More particularly, it concerns an occlusion device comprising an inner core covered with a polymer. The medical device encourages cellular attachment and growth while maintaining favorable handling, deployment and ...


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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui, Elaine Lee: Absorbable implantable vaso-occlusive member. Robins & Pasternak, December 19, 2002: US20020193823-A1

Compositions comprising absorbable implantable vaso-occlusive members are described. Also described are methods of making and using these absorbable vaso-occlusive compositions.


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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui: Polymer covered vaso-occlusive devices and methods of producing such devices. SCIMED Life Systems, Lyon & Lyon, September 12, 2002: US20020128671-A1

This is a medical device for forming an embolism within the vasculature of a patient. More particularly, it concerns an occlusion device comprising an inner core covered with a polymer. The medical device encourages cellular attachment and growth while maintaining favorable handling, deployment and ...


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Masoud Molaei, Beren W Correa, John Peckham, Alexander Leynov, Stephen Christopher Porter, Robert Z Obara, Delilah Yin Hui: Medical devices including metallic films and methods for making same. Fish & Richardson PC, September 8, 2005: US20050197690-A1

An endoprosthesis for deployment within a body passage includes a framework and a metallic film, which can circumferentially surround the framework or be surrounded by the framework. The framework and metallic film can be attached without using a third material, e.g., without sewing. The framework c ...


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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui: Polymer covered vaso-occlusive devices and methods of producing such devices. Scimed Life Systems, Bingham McCutchen, September 1, 2005: US20050192621-A1

This is a medical device for forming an embolism within the vasculature of a patient. More particularly, it concerns an occlusion device comprising an inner core covered with a polymer. The medical device encourages cellular attachment and growth while maintaining favorable handling, deployment and ...


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Kenny King tai Ngan, Ying Yin Hui, Seshadri Ramaswami: Method and apparatus for improving sidewall coverage during sputtering in a chamber having an inductively coupled plasma. Applied Materials, Patent Counsel, Applied Materials, September 22, 2005: US20050205414-A1

Increased sidewall coverage by a sputtered material is achieved by generating an ionizing plasma in a relatively low pressure sputtering gas. By reducing the pressure of the sputtering gas, it is believed that the ionization rate of the deposition material passing through the plasma is corresponding ...


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Yin Hui Wong, Cheen Liao, Jia Shiun Lee, Tu D Hong: Clientless external storage device. Synology, Perkins Coie, Patent Sea, September 29, 2005: US20050216717-A1

A method for installing an external storage device (such as a hard drive) to a computer is disclosed. The external hard drive includes a driver storage formed integral to the external hard drive. The driver storage stores the device driver information. Upon connection to the computer, the external h ...


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Michael P Wallace, Delilah Yin Hui, ELaine Lee: Absorbable implantable vaso-occlusive member. Robins & Pasternak, May 29, 2008: US20080125807-A1

Compositions comprising absorbable implantable vaso-occlusive members are described. Also described are methods of making and using these absorbable vaso-occlusive compositions.


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Alexander Leynov, Delilah Yin Hui, David Barry: Expandable framework with overlapping connectors. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus Pa, January 26, 2006: US20060020322-A1

A stent may comprise a plurality of serpentine bands and connectors. A first connector may overlap a second connector when the stent is unexpanded. The first connector may also overlap the second connector in an unexpanded state when the stent is subject to compressive forces in the local area of th ...


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Masoud Molaei, Beren W Correa, Alexander Leynov, Delilah Yin Hui, William S Henry: Medical devices including metallic films and methods for loading and deploying same. Fish & Richardson PC, June 29, 2006: US20060142838-A1

A method of handling an endoprosthesis includes providing an endoprosthesis having a deposited metal film with a thickness of about 50 microns or less and reducing the diameter of the endoprosthesis by sequentially collapsing different portions of the prosthesis. The collapsed endoprosthesis can be ...



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