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Donald Cohen, Derek J Daw, George F Kick, George M Acosta: Apparatus and method for venous ligation. Endovascular, John L Rogitz, August 1, 1995: US05437664 (241 worldwide citation)

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode which is electrically connected to a power source, and the electrode is percutaneously advanc ...


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Donald Cohen, Derek J Daw, George F Kick, George M Acosta: Apparatus and method for venous ligation. Endovascular, John L Rogitz, July 1, 1997: US05643257 (60 worldwide citation)

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode which is electrically connected to a power source, and the electrode is percutaneously advanc ...


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Kick George F, Cohen Donald, Daw Derek J, Acosta George M: Apparatus and method for venous ligation. Endovascular, November 6, 1996: EP0740533-A1

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus (10) for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode (20) which is electrically connected to a power source (14), and the electrode (20) is p ...


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Kick George F, Cohen Donald, Daw Derek J, Acosta George M: Apparatus and method for venous ligation. Endovascular, ROGITZ John L, July 20, 1995: WO/1995/019148

A minimally-invasive surgery apparatus (10) for causing the lumen of a vein to collapse to prevent blood flow through the vein, e.g., a varicose vein or a side branch of the saphenous vein, includes an electrode (20) which is electrically connected to a power source (14), and the electrode (20) is p ...