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Ingemar Lundquist, Russell B Thompson: Catheter steering mechanism. Fuller Ryan Hohenfeldt & Kees, March 23, 1993: US05195968 (535 worldwide citation)

A steering mechanism including a steering shaft coupled to a controller which includes a handle and apparatus for manipulating the distal end of the steering shaft. The steering shaft includes a flexible coiled spring having a lead spring fixed in position with respect to a distal end thereof in the ...


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Ingemar Lundquist, Russell Blake Thompson: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Lyon & Lyon, March 7, 2000: US06033378 (381 worldwide citation)

A steering mechanism including a steering shaft coupled to a controller which includes a handle and apparatus for manipulating the distal end of the steering shaft. The steering shaft includes a flexible coiled spring having a lead spring fixed in position with respect to a distal end thereof in the ...


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Ingemar Lundquist, Russell B Thompson: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Ryan Kees & Hohenfeldt, October 19, 1993: US05254088 (237 worldwide citation)

A steering mechanism including a steering shaft coupled to a controller which includes a handle and apparatus for manipulating the distal end of the steering shaft. The steering shaft includes a flexible coiled spring having a lead spring fixed in position with respect to a distal end thereof in the ...


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Ingemar Lundquist, Russell B Thompson: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Ryan Maki Mann & Hohenfeldt, July 2, 1996: US05531686 (159 worldwide citation)

A steering mechanism including a steering shaft coupled to a controller which includes a handle and apparatus for manipulating the distal end of the steering shaft. The steering shaft includes a flexible coiled spring having a lead spring fixed in position with respect to a distal end thereof in the ...


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Ingemar Lundquist, Russell B Thompson: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Ryan Kees & Hohenfeldt, March 7, 1995: US05395327 (126 worldwide citation)

A steering mechanism including a steering shaft coupled to a controller which includes a handle and apparatus for manipulating the distal end of the steering shaft. The steering shaft includes a flexible coiled spring having a lead spring fixed in position with respect to a distal end thereof in the ...


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Bert D Heinzelman, Christopher J Brooks: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Ryan Kees & Hohenfeldt, November 15, 1994: US05364351 (89 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an improved catheter steering mechanism for pulling a first catheter steering wire while simultaneously allowing a second catheter steering wire to remain static, and vice versa. The mechanism includes at least one rotatable gear and means, such as a rotatable knob, for manual ...


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Bert D Heinzelman, Christopher J Brooks: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Ryan Maki & Hohenfeldt, October 10, 1995: US05456664 (82 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an improved catheter steering mechanism for pulling a first catheter steering wire while simultaneously allowing a second catheter steering wire to remain static, and vice versa. The mechanism includes at least one rotatable gear and means, such as a rotatable knob, for manual ...


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Ingemar Lundquist, Russell B Thompson: Catheter steering mechanism. EP Technologies, Ryan Kees & Hohenfeldt, August 9, 1994: US05336182 (53 worldwide citation)

A steering mechanism including a steering shaft coupled to a controller which includes a handle and apparatus for manipulating the distal end of the steering shaft. The steering shaft includes a flexible coiled spring having a lead spring fixed in position with respect to a distal end thereof in the ...


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Matthew J Partlett: Catheter steering system. Cathrx, TraskBritt, August 28, 2012: US08251977 (8 worldwide citation)

A catheter steering mechanism includes a tubular member defining a passage. The tubular member has a longitudinally extending cutaway portion defining a bend-enhancing region formed at a predetermined location along a length of the tubular member. An actuator is received in the passage of the tubula ...


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Partlett Matthew: A catheter steering system. Cathrx, June 4, 2008: EP1927375-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

A catheter steering mechanism 10 includes a tubular member 12 defining a passage 14. The tubular member 12 has a longitudinally extending, cutaway portion 16 defining a bend-enhancing region formed at a predetermined location along a length of the tubular member 12. An actuator 20 is received in the ...