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Moehle Ryan T, Patterson Ryan C, Zawacki John A, Bright Jeffrey D, Hibdon Dwight: Catheter including arcuate transition region. C R Bard, Moehle Ryan T, Patterson Ryan C, Zawacki John A, Bright Jeffrey D, Hibdon Dwight, LAURENCE Kevin B, October 25, 2007: WO/2007/120505 (1 worldwide citation)

A catheter (10), with one or more lumens, having a first portion (70) and a second portion (80) and an arcuate transition region (90) extending between the first portion and the second portion. Wherein the first portion is nonparallel to the second portion.


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Ryan T Moehle, Ryan C Patterson: Catheter including arcuate transition region. C R Bard, Rutan & Tucker, November 15, 2016: US09492634

A catheter, with one or more lumens, having a first portion and a second portion and an arcuate transition region extending between the first portion and the second portion. The first portion is nonparallel to the second portion.


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Moehle Ryan T, Patterson Ryan C, Zawacki John A, Bright Jeffrey D, Hibdon Dwight: Catheter including arcuate transition region. Bard C R, December 17, 2008: EP2001542-A1

A catheter, with one or more lumens, having a first portion and a second portion and an arcuate transition region extending between the first portion and the second portion. The first portion is nonparallel to the second portion.


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Ryan T Moehle, Ryan C Patterson, John A Zawacki, Jeffrey D Bright, Dwight T Hibdon: Catheter including arcuate transition region. Stoel Rives Slc, October 4, 2007: US20070233042-A1

A catheter, with one or more lumens, having a first portion and a second portion and an arcuate transition region extending between the first portion and the second portion. The first portion is nonparallel to the second portion.


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MOEHLE RYAN T, PATTERSON RYAN C, BRIGHT JEFFREY D, HIBDON DWIGHT, ZAWACKI JOHN A: CATHETER COMPRENANT UNE REGION DE TRANSITION ARQUEE, CATHETER INCLUDING ARCUATE TRANSITION REGION. C R BARD, C R BARD, SMART & BIGGAR, July 16, 2013: CA2645373

A catheter (10), with one or more lumens, having a first portion (70) and a second portion (80) and an arcuate transition region (90) extending between the first portion and the second portion. Wherein the first portion is nonparallel to the second portion.