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Perrin Richard: Intraluminal vein holder. November 4, 1975: US3916874 (16 worldwide citation)

A device for use in the preparation of a vein for arterial grafting. A tubular core, closed at one end and open at the other end to couple with a source of pressurized fluid, rests removably adjacent each end on a frame. The core wall is perforated in an area intermediate the ends of the core and th ...


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William A Dale: Vein holder assembly. Codman and Shurtleff, Donal B Tobin, November 11, 1980: US04232659 (11 worldwide citation)

A vein holder assembly for use in the preparation of a vein segment during surgery comprises a base and a first vein support connected to the base and adapted to close off one end of the vein segment. A second vein support is connected to the base spaced from the first vein support. This second vein ...


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Nizar A Mullani: Vein holder. Welsh Flaxman & Gitler, May 15, 2012: US08177808

The vein holder has an upright wall forming a central opening. The central opening is large enough to allow easy access by a needle. A bottom flange extends outwardly from the wall and rests against the patient's skin. It is the bottom surface of the flange 14 which holds the skin tight to prevent m ...


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Nizar A Mullani: Vein holder. Hoffman Wasson & Gitler PC, August 14, 2008: US20080195142-A1

The vein holder has an upright wall forming a central opening. The central opening is large enough to allow easy access by a needle. A bottom flange extends outwardly from the wall and rests against the patient's skin. It is the bottom surface of the flange 14 which holds the skin tight to prevent m ...


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Stoney Race Harmon: Vein holder. Stoney Race Harmon, April 3, 2008: US20080082047-A1

A vein holder to prevent vein roll during vein puncture procedures while also preventing the caregiver from accidentally sticking themselves. The legs of the vein holder are to be adjusted as needed to straddel the size of vein being used. Once placed on the caregiver's thumb and the legs adjusted t ...


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Mullani Nizar A: Vein holder. Mullani Nizar A, MCDONALD Christopher J, August 21, 2008: WO/2008/100399

The vein holder has an upright wall forming a central opening. The central opening is large enough to allow easy access by a needle. A bottom flange extends outwardly from the wall and rests against the patient's skin. It is the bottom surface of the flange 14 which holds the skin tight to prevent m ...