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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Steve Landreville, David W Snow: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. Xtent, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, Jeffry Grainger Esq, November 21, 2006: US07137993 (108 worldwide citation)

Delivery catheters and systems are adapted for delivering multiple discreet prostheses in body lumens. An exemplary delivery catheter comprises a sheath, a pusher for moving the prostheses relative to the sheath, and a valve member for selectively retaining the prostheses in the sheath. For balloon ...


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Acosta Pablo, Andreas Bernard, Landreville Steve, Snow David W: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. Xtent, Acosta Pablo, Andreas Bernard, Landreville Steve, Snow David W, SMITH Scott M, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/091441 (36 worldwide citation)

Delivery catheters and systems are adapted for delivering multiple discreet prostheses in body lumens. An exemplary delivery catheter comprises a sheath, a pusher for moving the prostheses relative to the sheath, and a valve member for selectively retaining the prostheses in the sheath. For balloon ...


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Sunmi Chew, Bernard Andreas, Hanson S Gifford III, Ron French, Mark E Deem, Allan Will: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. Xtent, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, March 15, 2011: US07905913 (31 worldwide citation)

Blood vessels and other body lumens are stented using multiple, discreet stent structures. Stent structures may be balloon expandable or self-expanding and are delivered by a delivery catheter which is repositioned to spaced-apart delivery sights. By coating the stents with particular biologically a ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Steve Landreville, David W Snow: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. Xtent, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, April 12, 2011: US07922755 (23 worldwide citation)

Delivery catheters and systems are adapted for delivering multiple discreet prostheses in body lumens. An exemplary delivery catheter comprises a sheath, a pusher for moving the prostheses relative to the sheath, and a valve member for selectively retaining the prostheses in the sheath. For balloon ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Steve Landreville, David W Snow: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. J W Medical Systems, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, April 22, 2014: US08702781 (6 worldwide citation)

Delivery catheters and systems are adapted for delivering multiple discreet prostheses in body lumens. An exemplary delivery catheter comprises a sheath, a pusher for moving the prostheses relative to the sheath, and a valve member for selectively retaining the prostheses in the sheath. For balloon ...


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Chew Sunmi, Andreas Bernard, Gifford Hanson S Iii, French Ron, Deem Mark E: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. Xtent, Chew Sunmi, Andreas Bernard, Gifford Hanson S Iii, French Ron, Deem Mark E, SMITH Scott M, June 12, 2003: WO/2003/047651 (4 worldwide citation)

Blood vessels and other body lumens are stented using multiple, discreet stent structures (30). Stent structures (30) may be balloon expandable or self-expanding and are delivered by a delivery catheter (10) which is repositioned to spaced-apart delivery sights. By coating the stents (30) with parti ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Steve Landreville, David W Snow: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. J W Medical Systems, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, May 3, 2016: US09326876 (2 worldwide citation)

Delivery catheters and systems are adapted for delivering multiple discreet prostheses in body lumens. An exemplary delivery catheter comprises a sheath, a pusher for moving the prostheses relative to the sheath, and a valve member for selectively retaining the prostheses in the sheath. For balloon ...


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Sunmi Chew, Bernard Andreas, Hanson S Gifford III, Ron French, Mark E Deem, Allan Will: Apparatus and methods for delivery of multiple distributed stents. Xtent, Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, September 13, 2011: US08016871 (2 worldwide citation)

Blood vessels and other body lumens are stented using multiple, discreet stent structures. Stent structures may be balloon expandable or self-expanding and are delivered by a delivery catheter which is repositioned to spaced-apart delivery sights. By coating the stents with particular biologically a ...


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Bernard Andreas, Joseph Karratt, James R Flom, Bradley Blackwood: Devices and methods for controlling and indicating the length of an interventional element. J W Medical Systems, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, February 14, 2017: US09566179

Devices and methods are provided for controlling and indicating the deployed length of an interventional element on an interventional catheter. The interventional element may be a stent or series of stents, a balloon, or any other interventional element for which length control is necessary or desir ...


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Robert A Connor, Tariq M Janjua: Method of radially-asymmetric stent expansion. Aneuclose, March 6, 2018: US09907684

This invention gives physicians in situ control to create differences in wall porosity between different areas of a stent wall. This enables a physician to customize the stent within a blood vessel to selectively block blood flow to an aneurysm with a low-porosity area of the stent wall, but allow b ...